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Wayne Kelly

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December 4, 1938 - February 7, 2024

Wayne passed very peaceful on Wednesday morning while sitting in his favorite chair watching one of his favorite TV shows – Highway 401. 

Wayne was born and raised at Winnipeg Beach where his parents owned a restaurant. He retired from Richardson Securities after 35 years of service. In his retirement he enjoyed riding his bike and watching trucking shows.

He is survived by his devoted wife of 54 years Audrey, his son Corey (Angelica), daughter Jodie, grandchildren Cody, Cristal (Brad), Dawson and his three beautiful great grandchildren Zayden, Zoey and Zariyah. 

He was predeceased by his son Cameron, father Victor, mother Alice, in laws Joan and Andy.

We extend a sincere thank you to all who have reached out to us during this difficult time showering us with love, care and concern. 

Our family are forever grateful to Dr. David Breckman, Nicole and all the home care staff who attended to Wayne and will miss their cheerful and professional care. Also, thank you to all the first responders who came to our home that morning. What a wonderful group of people!

We also would like to thank Ethical Death Care Cremation and Funeral Home for their excellent and professional service. 

As per Wayne’s request immediate cremation has taken place and there will be no service. One of Wayne’s other requests was that we Love One Another. There is nothing greater than Love.

Rest eternal grant unto to Wayne Dear Lord and let light perpetual shine upon him! Amen.

Wayne's family kindly requests that all of his friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour his memory by sharing photos, memories, and stories, using the comment section on this page.


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Comments (6)
1 day ago

Dear Audrey and family: It is with deep sorrow that we learned that Wayne had passed away. Doug and Wayne shared many memories from their early days at Winnipeg Beach. I was certainly impressed with Wayne's knowledge of the printing processes at work and how well maintained his operations were looked after.

We truly send our sincere wishes that your memories of Wayne will be a reminder of the man he was. With our love and sympathies,

Your sister Linda and Wayne's first cousin Doug


Feb 11

I have fond memories of Wayne from when the Kellys were our neighbours across the backlane from us in Westwood. I remember him taking Corey, Jodie and I of a tour of his work at the printing press in the Richardson building back in the late 70s. He oftern made notepads for us out of scrap paper with our names printed on them. Our family always remembered him on his birthday, December 4th, which he shared with my mom.

Audrey, Jodie, Corey and family, may all of your love and memories comfort you during this difficult time. Hazen joins me in sending our deepest sympathy.

Val (Hiebert) Steeves


Feb 11

Sending caring thoughts and heartfelt prayers to you, Audrey, as well as to Jodie, Corey, and all the family that loved Wayne so much. He was blessed by your constant love and care, and you will all certainly miss him every step of the way.. May the Lord walk with you, and His sure love support you all the day long.

Denise and Roselyn


Feb 10

The Man was a legend ...I was honored to meet him when he received foot care in my salon. We sat and talked about wpg beach his childhood memories and how he was going to be rewarded with his cheese burger after his appointment lol.

Audrey...I appreciate you and Jodie so much. My heart hurts for you both...big hugs and love from all of us ladies at HG . ❤️


Feb 09

Another great Dad gone. 🚲 Rip Mr. Kelly. My condolences to the Kelly family.


You will be very missed dad.

We all love you so much.

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