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William (Bill) Waynick

Posted 2018-03-12 by mhenderson
Today's News-Herald, lake Havasu City, AZ -
Posted on March 8, 2018 -

William (Bill) Waynick, 56, went to be with the Lord March 5, 2018.

He was the son of Billy Waynick and Nancy Rudolf, born July 13, 1961
in England. He was raised in San Bernardino, California.

Bill was a loving husband to Kathy Waynick. They shared 32 happy and
wonderful years together. He was a devoted and loving father to Dustin
and Kaylie.

Bill worked for Campbell Redi-Mix for 16 years and was presently
working for Colorado River Sand and Rock. He loved driving commercial
vehicles. Bill enjoyed spending time with family, coaching baseball,
basketball and softball, playing co-ed softball, and being
continuously involved with the church.

Bill loved the Lord with all his heart and loved being his servant. He
attended Calvary Baptist Church since 1992, where he served as a
deacon. His wife and kids were his prized possessions; he lived for
his family.

Bill is remembered for his big hugs and constant smile. He attended
every sporting event that his kids had, and is remembered for his loud
support one could hear from the stands (loud is an understatement). If
his children weren’t playing, he was there to support other kids.

Bill had a heart of gold. His desire to help everyone was so strong
that he often went to the hospital to be with families of people that
he didn’t even know.

Bill is survived by wife Kathy Waynick, son Dustin Waynick, daughter
Kaylie Waynick, mother Nancy Rudolph; stepfather Edward Rudolph,
sister Kathy Lunetta, and was Godfather to two amazing children, Tobin
and Karter Watson. Bill had extended family that meant the world to
him, and he loved them all so very much. His fur babies Mickey and
Chloe will miss him greatly.

Bill was preceded in death by his father, Billy Joe Waynick,
Grandmother Nancy Keating and mother-in-law Elizabeth Mallory.

Bill’s memorial service is Sunday, March 11, 1 p.m., at Calvary
Baptist, 1605 S. McCulloch.

Services were placed in the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home. Thoughts
and condolences can be sent to Bill’s family at www.lietz-

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