Wayne F. Cross

It is with heavy hearts that we acknowledge, after fighting a short and terrible battle with cancer, the peaceful passing of Wayne Francis Cross on Friday April 24, 2020 at his home. Son of the late Francis and Agnes Cross (nee Simpson). Husband of Annette Cross (nee Pillon). Father of Wayne Cross Jr (Rebecca), Ryan Cross, Scott Cross and Devon Cross. Step father of Marvin Bisson (Gail), Christine Quellette (Rodney). Grandfather and step grandfather of Wendel, Owen, Dylan and Ashley. Brother of the late Warren Cross. Survived by great friends Cyril and Maureen Papineau

Wayne was a very private man who was very caring, patient and always ready to help others. He will be remembered as a man who loved fishing and boating, car shows and cruising with his 1976 classic car. He enjoyed his pets, black cat Boo and the late Buddy. Wayne often said that ,”Nothing lasts forever”. His most treasured possessions was the love and memories with his wife and best friend Annette. He will surely be missed and forever remembered by lots of his friends & family. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

15 Comments on “Wayne F. Cross”

  1. Sorry to hear, of Wayne’s passing…long ago acquaintance…photo is just as I remember him. Condolences to his family, and especially Wayne and Ryan..my mom used to babysit them, and Wayne would sometimes drop them off to her care. Got to know the family at that time.
    RIP from Jeanine (LeGroulx) Foulon

  2. So sorry to hear this news . Thinking of Wayne Jr. , Ryan, Scott and Devon at this sad time as they cope with the loss of their father .
    Our deepest sympathy to you all !

  3. From Linda and Dave Goff we met Wayne through attending car shows, Wayne and Annette were very laid back and fun loving we shared a lot of good times and Wayne was the most kind hearted and caring person with a great sense of humor he cared very much for the people that he liked and was always there for a good time at the car shows he is going to be very much missed God Bless you Wayne

  4. My sincerest condolences.
    Wayne was my foster dad when I was 14. He came into my life and showed me how a father should be. I have so many great memories with him. Forever in my heart dad rest in peace❤️

  5. We met Wayne & Annette about 10yrs. ago. Always looked forward to meeting up at the car shows.He always enjoyed a good laugh & the companionship of his fellow car guys.He was always trying to trick Jack into eating his hot & spicy food.
    His infectious smile,kindness & caring will be missed but not forgotten.RIP
    Jack & Carol Oliver

  6. “I miss you so much. There is a grieving message that can express how much he meant to me. My heart is aching.” You were my world and I have so many great memories of you. Your suffering has ended and you may now R.I.P. I love you for being such a helpful, caring and wonderful husband. Even your cat missing you. I know you will be my Guardian Angel forever.

  7. Wayne & Annette go along way in friendship & love with us. We will miss Wayne laughter, kindness, jokes generosity too & just having a few drinks together. We have many memories of them both as we were their for their wedding. Car shows going with the duster & mustang. We always had each other back. Annette we will always be their for you. Wayne cheers to our best friend R.I.P Love you always

  8. Our deepest sympathies for the loss of a great Man Aunt Annette. Cherish and reflect often on all the wonderful memories the two of you have shared over the years. Love you ❤️
    Helen Duquette and Families

  9. With our deepest sympathy, Annette,
    Wayne could tell us where all the car shows were, we could always count on him.
    So many good memories. Your smile and your funny little laugh will be missed, but
    not forgotten. RIP
    Doug and Sherilyn Saxby

  10. Annette and family,
    I was sad to hear of Wayne’s passing. I am glad I had the opportunity to get to know both you and Wayne when our paths in life cross through his mother at Hudson Manor. It was also a pleasure chatting with him whenever and wherever I seen him. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. RIP Wayne.
    Debbie Ouellette

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