Wayne Alexander Bremner

October 14, 1949 - May 4, 2023

In Loving Memory

Wayne Alexander Bremner

Wayne was born in Winnipeg, October 14/1949. He passed away in his home on May 4/2023.

Wayne had an interesting life of varied experiences and activities over the years but unfortunately his health restricted his life and ability to live it how he wanted. In early years he enjoyed fishing and hunting with friends and family, in later years he watched it on television. Like his dad he was meticulous with his gardening until he could no longer do it.. He loved to sit and watch his nature shows, documentaries on history channel and news, fake or otherwise while drinking his coke and eating his snacks

Over the years Wayne drove trucks, short and long hauling, was a volunteer firefighter, owned and operated a Shell service station but his most notable stories came from his years as a referee for professional wrestling in the 80’s.

Wayne was a Shriner and spent many volunteer hours working at community awareness events, parades  and driving those who could not. His driving of others carried over into volunteering to drive seniors to appointments and shopping.

Wayne is survived by his wife Laurie, daughter Charlene (Rob),son William Bremner, stepsons Shohn(Kerry) and Jeffery(Crystal). Grandchildren Daniel, Kaitlynn, Brittany and Sierra, Mathew(Taylor), Karlee and Tyler. Great grandchild Natalia

 Wayne was predeceased by his mother (Ethyl) and father (Henry, better known as Alec), as well as many others of the Bremner family.  There was not a day go by that he did not miss his mom and dad and the hope is they are together again.

There will be a small family gathering to place his remains with his parents in Headingly, Manitoba. 

Wayne’s care over the years involved the support of many amazing doctors, nurses, physio and support workers that we would like to thank for all of their kindness.

Wayne was not an outwardly emotional person but his feelings ran deep for those he cared about. We all loved him despite his quirks and restrictions and are relieved that he has been released from his suffering. 

Please make a donation to your favourite charity in Wayne’s memory.

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-558-0866

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-558-0866

4417 29th St,
Vernon, BC V1T 5B7

E: [email protected]

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