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Dino W. Wayne

Dino W. Wayne, 57, of Waverly, formerly of Nashua, died Friday, Nov. 4, 2016, at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo.

Funeral Services will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, at Hugeback Johnson Funeral Home-Olson Chapel in Nashua with Jeremy Aschbrenner officiating.

Friends may greet the family from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at Hugeback Johnson Funeral Home-Olson Chapel in Nashua.

Dino William Wayne was born May 21, 1959, in Osage, the son of Burdette and Charlotte (Hubbard) Wayne. He attended Plainfield community schools where he participated in baseball, football and track. Dino was hired at Mienerz Creamery in Fredericksburg, and worked there for several years. During this time, he met Synda Chapin and on Oct. 17, 1980, the couple were married. To this union three children were born. The couple later divorced.

Dino started driving truck for Midwest Connections working for the company for several years. He then took a position working for Featherlite in Nashua. Starting as an aluminum welder and worked his way up to a foreman. Dino decided to drive truck again and began working for BAJJ transport out of Plainfield. Dino spent the last few years enjoying time with his special friend, Raea Kelly.

Dino enjoyed hunting with his brothers and sons, watching NASCAR races, and taking long rides on his Harley–Davidson.

Dino was a jokester and had a great sense of humor. He loved spending time with his family especially his grandchildren.

Dino is survived by his special friend, Raea Kelly of Waverly; five sons, Chad Wayne of Waverly, Denver Wayne of Colorado, Durran Wayne of Nashua, Tristan Wayne of Nashua, Adam (Katelyn) Kelly of Waverly; two daughters, Shanelle (Sean Quinn) Wayne of Rocky Mount, Mont., Angel (Aaron) Kelly of Waverly; 10 grandchildren; two brothers, Jim Wayne of Plainfield, Leland (Jackie) Wayne of Charles City; sister, Cindy (Steve Christensen) Bast of Nashua.

He was preceded in death by his parents and nephew, Dustin. Memorials may be directed to Dino’s family, the American Cancer Society, and Cedar Valley Hospice.


Dino W. Wayne