Wayne James Henderson

20th July 1951 - 11th July 2019
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Ascot Hotel
17 July 2019, 2:00PM

Henderson Wayne James (Fossell)

It is with great sadness that I had to say goodbye to my best friend and great husband of 45 1/2 years, Wayne.

Loving father of Scott and Emma and their partners Emah and Mark,  and Pop to Mason, Freyja, Lily, Amelia and Ava.

At Wayne’s request he has been cremated, but he would like all his and Diane’s friends to join together for a get together at the Ascot Hotel on Wednesday July 17 at 2.00pm for food, drinks and I am sure many fishing stories.

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Graeme sell(hillbilly)and heather send our sympathy . Graeme has many happy memories of working withWayne at Tiwai and about whitebaiting at the river mouth
Graeme sell, Waimate
Our deepest sympathy Dianne and your family with the passing of Wayne.
Love from Judy Bartlett and John Taylor (JT exTY)
Judy Bartlett, Invercargill
Diane & family,
We are so sorry to hear of Waynes passing. Thinking of you at this difficult time. 'Treasure the memories' there will certainly be plenty of them I am sure . Police auctions, whitebaiting, Aussie trips to name a few !
Take care, John & Arlene
Arlene & John Duffy, Gore
Heather and Graeme Sell (Hillbilly ) send sympathy to you all . Graeme enjoyed Wayne’s company when working with him for 20 yrs at Tiwai and whitebaiting at the Waimatuku river
Heather sell, Waimate
So sorry to hear of Waynes passing, lots of childhood memories of my younger cousin, the brother I never had . Sincere sympathy to Diane ,Scott,Emma and families. Regards Doreen.
Doreen Lewis , Invercargill
Very sad loss, Wayne was always a breath of fresh air and made me laugh a lot when I saw him. Huge sympathy to his friends and family
Lori, Invercargill
Dear Diane and family

Sending our deepest sympathies for the passing of Wayne. I remember Emma telling me some funny stories about him from over the years. Thinking of you all at this time.
Nicola Smith, Steven and Finn Bertie, Christchurch