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Remembering Wayne Mang

From: Brian Quistberg

I have always appreciated your support - way back in the late 70’s when I dated Leanne. Your family treated me as a part of the family. You watched my football games with enthusiasm. I have fond memories of many meals at the Hearthside!!

From: Janet & Lee Lyons

I don’t know how to describe Wayne except to say he was one of the nicest kindest men I ever met. Lee and I have enjoyed his company on several occasions with my best friend Carol. We were so sorry to hear of his passing and he will be greatly missed. May God bless you all.


From: Denise Inglis

Wayne and my late husband Rex met at the Fitness Institute many year ago. They were friends. Condolences to the family, and my dear friend Carol, on the loss of this kind gentle man. May he Rest In Peace.


From: Mario Lowi

Our deepest condolences to the Mang family. Wayne always looked forward to your pep talks and vision. You will be sadly missed. Mario and Wendy Lowi - Filtramax/Wainbee


From: Sandy Johnson

I am so sorry to hear of Wayne's passing. Wayne was Harvey's best friend and whenever he visited Regina and they were together it was as if no time had passed. Harvey passed away on May 7, 2018, Wayne & Carol traveled to Regina for his service and Wayne graciously agreed to do the eulogy. His words were very special. I was so glad to know him. He talked about his family always. My condolences to the entire family. I know that Carol was so special to him and I was so fortunate to know her too. Thinking of all of you. Hugs and Love to Carol & the rest of the family.


From: Bruce Canfield & Family

Hi Allie/James, please accept our most sincere condolences on your loss. May your wonderful memories comfort you through this difficult time. Bruce, Kathy, Laura & Emily


From: Allan Donald

Wayne was always such a fine gentlemen and great to work with. He will be missed. Condolences to the entire family.


From: Virginia Rodriguez

Dear Alli, keeping you and family in my thoughts at this sad time.


From: Diane Palm

Carol, I'm so sorry for the loss of your partner. I didn't know Wayne, but knew that he must have been a wonderful person, from all accounts and because you are a wonderful and gracious person.


From: Nadine Lerner

Your Dad was such special person, I have the most incredible memories of him, he was kind and sweet and loving and warm. I know how much he will be missed Alli, sending you all my love, Dee dee


From: Sharon Figueroa

Carol: Wayne was a thoughtful, considerate, loving partner to you and you Carol were a thoughtful, considerate, loving partner to him. What a gift you were to one another. I pray you find some peace. Sharon.


From: Ken & Patti Curtis

Alli and family, we were so sad to hear of your dad’s passing. He was such a genuine and kind friend whom we’ve always affectionately known as “Charlie” since he was courting your beautiful mom. My mom (Vi Curtis) would be heartbroken as they had such a wonderful and enduring friendship. Heaven’s martini bar will surely be busy right now! Sending our warmest thoughts and love to you all. Ken & Patti Curtis


From: Horace Ho

Wayne, my first and most memorable mentor whose insight, leadership and action forever changed my life. Sincere condolences to the family!


From: Joanne Ehrmantraut

My condolences Alli and family. Although I didn’t get to know Uncle Wayne I do have a very fond memory of dancing with him, while standing on his feet, as a child at grandma and grandpa Mangs 50th anniversary celebration. I remember thinking that he was so tall. Joanne Ehrmantraut (Gibson)

From: Yvette Bazarin

Our heartfelt condolences. Such a strong man will never truly be gone, for he has left such a loving presence in our hearts. Let the wonderful, memories of Wayne’s life provide you with comfort during this difficult time. Sending love Yvette & Ally

From: Barbara Cooper

Carol, I'm so sorry for your loss. Please know that I'm thinking about you with love. Barbara (Bubs)

From: Bryon & Bonnie Downs

Carol, Our heartfelt sympathy in the passing of Wayne. What a true" Gentle Man" he was. We met 3 or 4 years ago when Anne & Tom introduced us and how I wished I had known Wayne longer, as I found him to be such a smart and interesting man. Our world would be a much greater place if there were more Wayne's in it. Unfortunately I am having surgery in London this week and am not sure when we will be back. If we are not back by Friday in time for Wayne's Funeral please know that our thoughts and prayers will be with you Carol and Wayne's Family. We will all miss him. Hugs to you all. Bryon & Bonnie Downs.

From: Bill Schwan, Cindy Harper, and Matt and Meg Schwan

We are very sorry to hear of Wayne's passing. He warmly welcomed our family to the neighbourhood, introduced us to his family members and was a true friend - the big brother that Cindy and I never had, a mentor to each of our children, and always available to listen and provide counsel. Many great parties were held at his home, and we were thrilled to part of more than a few. We will miss you Wayne.


From: Margaret Humphries

Carol, I am so sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing. Please accept my sincere condolences. Margaret


From: Roz and Michael

Dear Carol, Shana, Allison, Hanna and Trevor We were so privileged to have known Wayne for the past 22 years. Whenever we had the opportunity of being with Wayne we were enriched by his kindness, warmth, understanding and sense of humour. He and Carol would light up a room with their presence and laughter. We were so lucky to be with them on Christmas at the farm, sharing Wayne’s amazing turkey and allowing us to avoid Carol’s vegans. Rip dear friend. We know that your memory will be a blessing to all.

From: Sherri Butler (Boland)

Hi Alli, I think of you so often. I am sorry to hear about your dad. You can bet that he is watching over you with your mom and Leanne by his side. I am sending you a big hug and just wanted you to know how sorry I am.


From: Cheryl Kryzaniwsky

A gentleman and cherished human being lived by many.


From: Sally Shkut

Alli, James, Carol. My deepest sympathies to you and extended family on the loss of someone so special to you all. Starting in the late 60’s in Calgary, Wayne and Al had 20 plus years of working together in the Steel Industry. Many wonderful memories. Thinking of you all at this difficult time.. Fondly. Sally Shkut

From: Bud Siegel

I have many fond memories of working and traveling with Wayne from our days at Russel Metals. He was always a gentleman and a very supportive colleague. Sincerest condolences to Ali and extended family.

From: Doug Billyard

Wayne can be described as the consummate business leader and gentlemen. He will be missed by all of those that had the privilege of knowing him. RIP Wayne.

From: Helene Croteau

Allison and your family, Please accept my condolences for your lovely father. He will never be forgotten, he was so nice, respectful and polite with everyone, he really appreciate work we were doing. There is name i will always remember and Wayne is of of them. Take comfort in your memory, you are in my thoughts and prayers Helene

From: Pete, Rachel and Mackenzie

It was apparent from our first meeting , that Wayne was an extraordinary man. He was genuinely interested in others. We were privileged to be Wayne and Carol's neighbours at 'The Farm'. I will always remember Wayne riding the lawn tractor, and his hearty wave across his expanse of well manicured grass. I will cherish the occasions where we would chat, share an occasional beer, and mostly, when Wayne and Carol attended the New Years Eve parties at Massie Hall, when our band entertained . He thanked me for providing the music and what a wonderful time he and Carol had dancing . Wayne was a special person, we are all the better for knowing him , if even for only a few years . He will be sadly missed by us.


From: Ted and Mary Louise Hamill

Although our time with Wayne has been short, we will always treasure it! In life we look forward to surrounding ourselves with people as caring, inspirational and genuine as Wayne. Till we meet again!


\From: Bogdan and Nancy

Please accept our sincere condolences. Mr. Mang has been a part of Oliver’s and The Carriage House family for many years. He was a GENTLEMAN and will be missed by all of us.


From: Bryan H Held

I was honoured to know and work with Wayne. He was a wonderful family man and a pleasure to know. Sincere condolences to the whole family on your sad loss. Bryan Held


From: Mike Atwell

From being a mentor to becoming a friend.


From: Doug Johnston and family

We have lost a long time member of our extended family. He will be in our hearts and memories forever. Our hearts and condolences go out to Carol and Allie and all the relatives and friends who will have an empty spot in their lives going forward. I have lost an amazing friend and will miss him dearly. Love you my friend safe journey.


From: Gary Lawson

Condolences to the family of Wayne Mang on his recent passing. He was an old high school mate of mine and part of our group of friends throughout those school days and after. We called him "Charlie" after an old historical figure, Charlemange. His career success was followed by us old friends and we are saddened to hear of his passing. Gary and Elizabeth Lawson


From: Glen, Laura, Brent, Matt, Andy, Melissa and Olivia Martin

Carol, we were so sorry to hear about the passing of Wayne. He was such a kind and gentle man and will be missed so much by all of us who were lucky enough to know him. Cherish all of your beautiful memories of Wayne. Thinking of you and all the family and sending our deepest condolences to you all.


From: Mark and Cynthia Lemon

Our sympathy Carol on Wayne’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


From:: Peggy Keeling

So sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing. My mother was very fond of Wayne. My heartfelt condolences to Carol

From: Elizabeth Grandbois and Paul Tovee
Wayne was a true gentleman and a wonderful friend. His devotion to family and his care and kindness in leadership will be remembered. We send our deepest condolences. Elizabeth and Paul

From: Dave Gallo

Wayne was a Mentor for me at Russel Steel for 18 years. His Leadership and support help propel me to a successful Management career. I offer my sincere condolences to his daughter Alli. Dave & Jan Gallo Ancaster.

From: Laura McLellan

Alli, You have a trio of angels watching over you - they will forever be your guiding light, inner voice and biggest cheerleaders. Your Dad was the kindest, most gentle man I have ever known. He was always genuinely interested in how and what we were doing & always gave everyone his full attention during those conversations. Cherish the memories & celebrate a life well-lived. Love, Laura

From: Pat and Gary Anderson

We were sorry to hear of “Charlie’s” passing. He was such a good friend of my sister, Shirley Thom and her daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Mario Zinni . He was married to Shirley’s dear friend Alice and their friendship continued after Alice’s death. He was such a caring gentleman. RIP Charlie and eternal life with Alice.


From: Gayle Gallant

My condolences to you Alli and James for your loss, your Dad will always be with you Alli.


From: Helen K Lightbody

Dear Carol and family. My heartfelt condolences to you all - It was an honour to meet and know Wayne, a gentle soul - who loved life and all those around him. He will now be a peace with loved ones gone before him, and we will all miss him here on earth. Helen


From: Bob and Joyce Downey

Carol our sincere sympathy in the passing of your beloved Wayne, Bob and I cherish the friendship we had with Wayne and you over the years since you have lived in Massie. He was a wonderful person and will be so missed by all who knew him


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