September 10, 1990 - April 15, 2021
On Thursday April 15th, our Heavenly Father called his son Wayne home. Wayne L. Weary II, the son of Wayne Weary Senior and the late Rochelle Delisa Howard-Weary, was born in Bogalusa, Louisiana on Monday September 10th, 1990. He attended Green Run High School in Virginia Beach. Wayne was accepted to and attended Centura College where he earned an Associates Degree in Computer Programming. But his heart’s desire was to become a teacher.
At the age of 21 Wayne moved to San Antonio, Texas to pursue a career with the “City Year Americorps” dedicating himself to teaching and mentoring young students. This organization allowed him to create a fun-loving learning environment where all his students can succeed. He helped them develop key skills on how to adapt and excel socially and academically.
Wayne will be remembered as a fun loving, kind, and full of energy. He had a quiet and gentle spirit, always willing to serve or help in anyway. He loved his brother Jevan and his sister Abria with all his heart. However, Wayne’s greatest love was the love for his daughter Brielle Elisa Weary. He had an acute awareness that her needs came first. He expressed his love to her by giving her his time, his attention and making the necessary sacrifices to fulfill all her needs and wants. He was a Super-dad like the character of Superman he loved; he used his superpowers to demonstrate his love for Brielle and everyone who crossed his path.
Superman may have seemed timid on the outside but when faced with struggles, enemies and attacks, Superman fought with an unmatched determination that most people would not know how to handle. Wayne somehow had that same fight and determination, even when it seemed he was knocked down and out, his unknown Superpowers kicked in and SuperWayne and his karaoke machine had once again conquered the enemy. And even now, the enemy has been defeated. Wayne is singing and has taken flight, above all that was set out to destroy him he has risen above it all.
Wayne was preceded in death by his beloved mother Rochelle Delisa Howard-Weary and to cherish his memory his father; Wayne Weary Senior, sister; Abria D. Davis (husband Darrell Davis) brother; Jevan Weary, Daughter; Brielle Elisa Weary, Aunts; Stephanie and Taneka, Deiredre (Aunty Dee Dee) & Denise along with a host of other aunts and uncles. Great Uncle; John Oatis Junior, Great Aunt; Regena Oatis, Great Uncle Alvin Keys and Ray Keys, Great Aunt Paulette Young, Cousin; Marquell Oatis, Grandfather; Wallace Howard, Wayne’s God mother; Aunt Jill and a host of other relatives and friends.
Waynard (Wayne) Levell Weary II
Sunrise – September 10, 1990 Sunset – April 15, 2021
1 Peter 3 V 4
But rather what is inside the heart, the imperishable quality of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight. — 1 Peter 3:4 (CSB version)
St. Paul Christian Fellowship Church
2238 Courtney Ave. Norfolk, VA 23504
Pastor Antonio Woolard
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 1.00 pm
In loving memory of my Son
If roses grow in Heaven
If roses in Heaven Lord
Please pick a bunch for me.
Place them in my Son’s arms
And tell him they’re from me
Tell him that I love and miss him
and when he turns to smile,
Place a kiss upon his cheek
And hold him for awhile.
Because remembering him is easy,
I do it everyday.
But there is an ache within my heart
That will never go away.
From your father/Unknown Author
“Fly High Superman”
We would like to express our deepest appreciation for all the prayers and expressions of sympathy extended to us during this time of bereavement. May God Bless you.
The Weary and Davis Family
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and for the safety of all, we will not hold a repast fellowship at this time. However, we will be serving refreshments and ask that everyone to please social distance at that time. We love and appreciate you all.
Cremation & Funeral Services of Tidewater
Croft Street Norfolk, VA 23513
There are currently no services
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