Kerr, Wayne Kenneth


Born: Sep 26, 1952
Died: May 09, 2017

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Kerr, Wayne Kenneth
Passed away peacefully at Innisfree Hospice, Kitchener on May 9, 2017 in his 65th year.
Loving spouse of Gloria MacKinnon of New Hamburg.  Cherished son of Muriel Luck of London and the late Charles (Dempsy) Kerr.  Cherished father to Sarah Kerr and partner Tom Brazier of London and Elizabeth (Biff) Kerr of Hanover.  Loving Papa to Jean-Marie Kerr-Brazier.  Dearly missed by his sister and brother Kathryn Chabwa and her husband Aaron of Tillsonburg and Kevin Kerr of Ottawa.  Dear Uncle to Kyle and his wife Yasmine Chabwa of London and Tandi Chabwa of Tillsonburg.
As per Wayne’s wishes, cremation has taken place.
Donations to London Public Library, Hamilton Road Branch for their Community Gamers Club, Canadian War Plane Museum or the Innisfree House and can be done by contacting the Mark Jutzi Funeral Home, New Hamburg.
Online condolences and donation information available at www.markjutzifuneralhomes.ca

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Innisfree House
2375 Homer Watson Boulevard
Kitchener, Ontario
N2P 0E9
(519) 208-5055


London Public Library – Community Gamers Club
550 Hamilton Rd
London, Ontario
N5Z 1S4
519-673-0111


Canadian War Plane Heritage Museum
9280 Airport Road
Mount Hope, Ontario
L0R 1W0
905-679-4183


Condolences

Condolence from Jocelyn Wiley sent on May 18, 2017

Dear Gloria, Kathy, Muriel, Kevin, and the extended Kerr family – I am shocked and saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. Please know that my thoughts are with you.

Condolence from Jason Schmidt sent on May 12, 2017

Love and condolences to the family of Wayne Kerr. I first met Wayne in September of 2014 while working at the Victoria street liquor store in Kitchener. Soon after I came to realize Wayne’s vast in-depth knowledge of almost every aspect of the job. I frequently went to him for advice and was always glad I did so. He was always so kind and patient and he so enjoyed helping me as well as others. Wayne was also a voracious reader, books mostly of the world wars. Sometimes when business was slow he would give me a short history lesson, something I was always glad to hear because we shared some of the same interests. I learned a great deal from him. I am glad to have had the privilege to work with Wayne and am deeply saddened of the news of his passing.

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