Obituaries

Wayman, William C. “Bill”

October 22nd, 2011

William C. “Bill” Wayman, age 50, of Wilmington, died suddenly on Saturday, October 22, 2011. Born in Arlington on November 12, 1960, Bill was the beloved son of Charles J., Sr. and Patricia E. (Lawler) Wayman.  Bill was raised in Wilmington and was part of the Wilmington Youth Hockey Program.  Bill then attended Shawsheen Technical High School where he studied the HVAC trade and was a member of the graduating class of 1979. Following high school, Bill enlisted in the United States Navy.  He was very proud to have served this country during the Persian Gulf War and his military career and being part of the Seabees were a great part of his life. Aside from his career in the military, Bill also loved his other job of working at Rocco’s Restaurant in Wilmington where he had a great time with the staff and made many friends.. 
 
Bill enjoyed following sports, he loved to watch NASCAR racing and was an avid Patriots fan.  He liked to play pool and cards, his game of choice was Texas Hold ‘Em.  Among other things, Bill could also be found singing Karaoke every Saturday night with his sister and her husband, he had a great time.  Bill enjoyed hanging out with his beloved dog “Iris” and watching law enforcement shows, mainly NCIS and Law and Order.
 
Bill will be fondly remembered as a kind and caring person, he loved his family and enjoyed hanging out with them.  Bill will also be remembered for his inner strength, even when his health declined he hung in there and made the best of his life, he truly set an amazing example for those around him.  He will be greatly missed by all.
 
Bill is survived by his parents Charles J., Sr. and Patricia E. (Lawler) Wayman of Wilmington.  He was the cherished brother of Donna J. Wayman of Wilmington, Lynne M. Hurley of New Hampshire, Karen A. Wayman-Ward & her husband Mark and Patricia A. Wayman-Fone & her husband Stanley all of Billerica, and Charles J. “Chuck” Wayman, Jr. & his wife Kelly of Ontonagon, MI. Loving uncle of Danielle and Eric Hurley, Allison Bishop-Smith, Courtney Bishop, Dylan and Griffin Ward, Rachel Hewitt, Ryan Wayman, Brendan Wayman, Brittany and Matthew Fone, and his great-nephews Taylor Szalay and Trevor  Wayman. Bill is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his beloved dog Iris.
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Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington on Wednesday, October 26th at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Thomas of Villanova Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington at 10:00 a.m. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Visiting hours Tuesday, October 25th from 4-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations in Bill’s name may be made to The National Brain Tumor Society, Boston Office, 124 Watertown St., Suite 2D, Watertown, MA 02472 or www.braintumor.org..
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15 Entries in Guest Book for “Wayman, William C. “Bill””

  1. Corrine Fallon says:

    My deepest sympathies to the Wayman family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Bill will live on forever in our hearts and memories with that quick beautiful smile of his.

  2. Laura B says:

    With deepest sympathies to Karen and Lynne’s families. RIP Billy

  3. luanne ducas says:

    dear karen and all the wayman family ,so sorry for your loss,i have many fond memories of billy up at the beach we shared some good laughs and card games.may you find comfort through your family and friends at such a hard time in life.my thoughts and prayers are with you love you al

  4. Jenny Kato says:

    Dear Chuck and family, I am so sorry for your loss…please know that y’all are in our thoughts and prayers!
    Yours in Scouting,
    The Kato’s

  5. Mike, Kathy, & Kaetlyn Costello says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Bill will be missed by everyone, but he will continue to live on in our memories.

    Our deepest sympathy -

    - Mike, Kathy & Kaetlyn

  6. Linda and Fred Baker says:

    Dear Karen and Family,
    Sorry to hear about your loss, Bill was a great guy. We enjoyed palying pool with him he always had a positive additude and was a pleasure to be around. He will be missed by all.
    Our Deepest Sympathy,
    The Bakers

  7. Mark and Kathy Costain says:

    Dear Pat and Charlie and Family..

    We are so sorry for your loss.. We were shocked to hear this news, Bill will be missed. We enjoyed going to Six Flags with him and spending time with him at our house. Please if there is anything we can do or help with please let us know..Our thoughts and prayers are with you all…Bless your family.

  8. Bob and Brenda Bailey says:

    Pat, Charlie and family please accept our deepest sympathies. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  9. Chris Winnett & mark Depasquale says:

    We are so sorry for your loss, Bill was a great guy. You are all in our thoughts and prayers

    Chris & Mark

  10. Rene Tirabassi says:

    Wayman Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. I was shocked when I heard the news. The time’s I was around Bill he was always a stand up good guy enjoying Maine like the rest of you. My deepest sympathies to all..He’s in a better place now, watching over all of you..

  11. Jane McAvoy says:

    To Donna Wayman and Family:

    My deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of sorrow.

    Jane McAvoy (Kali’s)

  12. Peter M. Orlando says:

    Wayman Family:

    I am stunned to hear the loss of your son & brother William , All the Great memories in the old neighborhood come to mind. Though Billy was just a few years older than myself he was always kind & thoughtful growing up. It has been a while since I last saw Bill , When I did see Bill last he was very interested on how my whole family was doing. He was a standup type of guy.
    He will certainly be missed by all .
    Good bye Billy

    Peter Orlando

  13. Joan Norton says:

    I didn’t know Bill for very long, he was my neighbor for a short time. He always had a smile on his face. Whenever I would see him it was always out side in the garden. He always asked if he could help me with anything. Once an awhile I would say yes. I have a problem with my speech but that didn’t stop him from talking to me. He was a nice guy and I wil miss talking with him and I will miss Iris too. He was well liked around here and we will all miss him and Iris both. May he rest in peace.

    Joan Norton

  14. Linda and Bob says:

    To the Wayman family: May you be blessed with the many happy memories you share of Bill and his time here. Our gratitude for his service to this country.
    Bob and Linda

  15. Lillian &Walter Lawler says:

    To the Wayman Family
    Our deepest Symathies to all the family in “Bill’s passing .May he rest in Peace. Walt & Lil Lawler

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