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Billy Mitchell Wayne

June 23, 1990 December 20, 2018
Billy Mitchell Wayne
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Obituary for Billy Mitchell Wayne

Billy Mitchell Wayne, 28, of Mooreland, passed away on December 20, 2018 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Memorial services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 8, 2019 in the Billings Funeral Home Chapel with Justin Coffin of Elmira, New York, Southern Tier Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be held later at the Mooreland Cemetery, friends and family will be notified via Billys Facebook page if they wish to attend. Arrangements are under the direction of the Billings Funeral Home, Woodward.

Billy was born in Woodward, Oklahoma to Jerry J. Wayne and LaGina G. (Graham) Heifner on June 23, 1990. He attended school in Mooreland and Woodward. He was lucky enough to be married to his best friend and soul mate Angelina Nicole Wayne. He worked as a construction and demolition operator for Excel Services. He enjoyed his time helping with the demolition, cleaning and reconstruction of the hurricanes that came through Florida, North Carolina, and Houston.

Billy truly enjoyed drawing, listening to music, playing his guitar and if he could be talked into it, the piano. He had an enviable raw musical talent most people do not just pickup and learn. Music was one way for Billy to relax and erase everything from his mind. Helping others through his music was another path he was wanting to go. He had dreams of being a special education teacher or a counselor for those who suffered with any type of mental illness.

His biggest happiness came when he found out he was going to be a big brother at the age of eight. He then was told about how his brother was going to have special needs when he grew up, that excited him even more, if that was possible. Not only did he now have a little brother, he had a (special) brother. For the last 20 years, Bruce has been doted on and fawned over by his big hero. So many nights, Billy would come to Bruce’s bedroom door, come in, WAKE HIM UP, just to kiss on him and tell him he loved him and to sleep well. Billy was the biggest advocate for his brother and his brother loved his dearly in return. Billy had a special love for people that were vulnerable and was fiercely protective.

Early on at the tender age of 12, Billy realized he needed to know his Savior and was battised at church camp. This was a major moment in his life as he knew there was a stronger power than any earthly man helping him through life.

Billy is preceded in death by his maternal grandpa Billy Graham, aunt Ronda Asher, cousin Jessie James Graham, his cousins Kami and BJ Minick and his paternal great-grandpa Allie Mitchell.

Billy is survived by his wife Angelina of the home and her children Aubrianna, Camila, and Jose; his parents: Jerry Wayne of Canadian, Texas, Mother, LaGina (Graham) Heifner and spouse Dick of Mooreland; his brothers: Kamron Asher of Kansas, Bruce Michael Wayne (BMWx2) of the home and Daniel Wayne of Stephenville, Texas; Maternal grandmother, Betty Graham of Mooreland; paternal grandparents: Richard and Brenda Farquer of Canadian, Texas; Uncles: Randal Graham and Bobby Kehn of Mooreland, Gary Kehn of Enid and Terry Wayne; Aunts: Lynne McConnell of Mooreland, Karen Voorhes of Canadian, Texas and Rikki Farquer of Amarillo, Texas; Paternal Great-grandma, Dollie Mitchell of Canadian, Texas; two very special little cousins that he loved unendingly, Jacie and Alexus Fry; numerous cousins, other relatives and friends that were very special to him.

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1:00 PM 1/8/2019 1:00:00 PM
Billings Funeral Home Chapel

1621 Downs Avenue
Woodward, OK 73801

Billings Funeral Home Chapel
1621 Downs Avenue Woodward 73801 OK

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