BOYD WAYNE MAXWELL
With sadness we announce the passing of Wayne on Sunday 12th July in Boddington.
Loving Father of Mark (dec), Barry and Dwayne. Loved Father-in-law of Debbie. Brother to Barry, Graeme (dec), Lyla, Deree and Vicki. Grandfather to 8 grandchildren.
Your battle with cancer is now over. Rest in peace. The world is a sadder place without you in our lives. We will miss you, and our memories of you, will be cherished.
Forever in our Hearts
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BOYD Wayne MAXWELL Dear Wayne (Dad), thank you for the joy and kindness you brought into ours and Mum Pauline's life (dec), we will always be indebted to you for the changes you made to all our lives, you will live on in our hearts and memories.
All our love, Michelle, Michael, Marilyn, Malinda, Rob, Greg, Johnny Len and grandchildren and great grandchildren.
BOYD (WAYNE MAXWELL)
1.11.1946 - 12.7.2020 Your time with us will never be forgotten.
You gave so much pleasure to so many with your art, cars and beautiful garden - The Boyd Walk. My eyes are filled with tears, my heart filled with pain, if only I could turn back the hands of time, and bring you back brother of mine. A day won't go by without saying your name.
We love you Wayne Lyla and family
Our dear friend and member, exposed to asbestos products, passed away with mesothelioma. A true gentleman. Deepest sympathy to the family.
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BOYD Wayne Maxwell
BOYDIE Due to present circumstances, sadly I can't be with you all on the day. Boydie, my life long mate, had a great time with you last Christmas.
I will see you in the future in the land of Vintage Cars.
Deepest sympathy to Lyla and family. A good man gone too soon. RIP. Lou.