OBITUARY

Wayne Edward Costello

27 April, 195517 March, 2021

Wayne Edward Costello, age 65 passed away peacefully with friends and family gathered on March 17,2021 at Brantford General Hospital. Wayne was born April 27,1955 in Oakville, ON and was preceded in death by parents: Lloyd Victor Costello, Mary Alice Anderson and brother Victor Lloyd Costello. He is survived by siblings Robert Costello, Kathleen Blackmore, Christine Flemming, Marlene Costello, Paul Costello and many nieces and nephews.

Wayne grew up one of seven siblings in Oakville, ON in which he attended Sunnydale Public School. At the young age of 16 Wayne had spent some time in Scotland, in which he had often reflected on his memories there. Wayne then returned to Edmonton, AB and had spent his later years residing in Cambridge, ON working mostly in manufacturing.

You could often find Wayne enjoying time with friends sitting on his porch on sunny afternoons. He enjoyed listening to classic rock and sharing some laughs and cold ones with those closest to him. Wayne was a light hearted humorous man and was much loved by close friends and family.

As per Wayne’s wishes, there will be no funeral or memorial service held. His ashes will be laid with his parents and brother in St Jude’s cemetery in Oakville.

“Cheers to the beer tent in the sky Wayne” you will be missed.

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Marnie Costello

23 March 2021

Wayne,

I know your life at the end was tragic and painful and very difficult for you. I am so glad that you got the rest you deserved before you passed. My wish was that you could feel peace and love before you left this world. Wayne you were a kid at heart that just wanted everyone to get along and be happy. I love you for that heartfelt request and desire. I hope you know those who loved you loved you well. I keep seeing you getting younger and younger every time you show up. Be free, be happy and Wayne be content with what you leave us with as I believe I know your heart and it was one of the best I have ever known. Your Scottish buddy said the most beautiful and funniest remark before you passed. Wayne he said enjoy your beer tent in the sky but watch out for the Irish.


I love you Wayne and I am grateful for our time together especially in recent years the "Trump" talks.

Love your baby sister Marnie

Kelsey Atkinson

23 March 2021

Uncle Wayne - I’m so proud to have had such a great uncle!! From having us watch endless episodes of Oprah and Phil Donahue to playing double trouble, you always remembered our birthdays and talked about the fun things you used to do with us as kids like pretending to call Dairy Queen and ordering the biggest ice cream one could imagine. As an adult we spent time together listening to q107 and watching coronation street with candid conversations and laughs about old times. You were always a true and tell it like it is kinda guy and for that I’m so thankful to have known you. I hope they have an endless amount of jalapeños Cheeto’s and jolly ranchers for ya and you’re at peace. We all luv ya and you will be deeply missed!!xoxoxo

KATHIE BLACKMORE

21 March 2021

Wayne was predeceased by his parents Lloyd and Mary Costello from Oakville, and his brother Victor, Wayne has three sisters Kathie,Chris,Marnie and two brothers Bob and Paul.Wayne was raised in Oakville, lived in Scotland, Alberta and in Cambridge. He will be sadly missed by his family and many friends . Rest in Peace

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