Robert Wayne Lunn

November 13, 1961June 28, 2018

Robert Wayne Lunn, 56 of Beech Grove, passed away June 28, 2018 after a short illness. He was born November 13, 1961 in Beech Grove, Indiana the son of the late Robert and Janet (Rosier) Lunn.

Wayne is survived by his wife, Beth (Riley) Lunn of Beech Grove; daughters, Amanda Jean Stevens and her husband Cody of Pendleton, Indiana, Jessica Lynne Tewell of Spotswood New Jersey, Cheryl Sue (Riley) Whitaker and her husband Craig of Indianapolis, Indiana, Sarah Ann Lunn and Susan Dawn Lunn of Beech Grove, Indiana; his grandchildren, Caleb, Mia, Dakota, Savannah, Grant and Teagan; his brother, Keith Lunn of Indianapolis and his sister, Debra Evans and her husband Tracy of Indianapolis; his niece, Erin and nephews, Trevor and Derek; great niece, Nova and great-nephews, Bentley and Joshua.

A Celebration of Wayne’s Life will be held from 3:00 PM until 7:00 PM Monday July 2, 2018 at Little & Sons Funeral Home in Beech Grove, IN.


  • Celebration of Life Monday, July 2, 2018

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Scott Wynne

July 2, 2018

Only the good die young, This proves it.

David Scott

June 30, 2018

Part 2 of condolences for the family of Wayne Since I ran out of space.

I wanna thank you Beth, Wayne was never Happier in his life I think it's been about 25 years, Thank you for loving and taking Care of my best friend .
I know how much he loved and cherished you, And your 3 daughters, Cheryl Sarah and Susan, I wish I could have gotten to know all of you girls better, And seen the 3 of you grow up, I wanted Wayne so badd to move South, Close to me, When I was raising my 3 kids.
But Wayne always said he loved the 4 seasons change of weather, And his family too much to ever move away from Indy.
I know he loved all of you and was so proud of all of you, God-bless you girls always.
If you ever wanna take a fun vacation in Florida, You know to call Uncle Dave, I will always have room for all of you.
You were all blessed already to have such a great , Loving caring man in your life that I always knew Wayne to be, God-bless all of you again.

David Scott

June 30, 2018

My very deepest heartfelt sympathy and condolences for the family Left Behind.
To Debbie , Wayne's big sister
Wayne was so proud of you, he talked about you all the time, I remember when you 1st met Tracy, Or at least the day you brought him over to introduce, to the family I was there, And Wayne was so proud, Of all of your children , He updated me on a regular basis, He was very proud and loved all of you so much.
To Keith , Wayne's little brother and mine, Or ( Keithy) as we called you
I could write a book on all the fun that Wayne, and I had with You.
I will never forget every time I came to your house, You would update Wayne on every a sporting event, And who did what and made what plays.
Wayne was so proud of you and loved you so very much.
Through the years Wayne and I had many phone calls with me living out of state and he always updated me, He was so thankful and proud of you For dedicating your life to your mother in her last Years.
You will forever be my little brother Keith, my Invitation , And doors are always open for You.
To Amanda and Jessica, Again I could write a book On how much fun I had with you girls and your dad, The 2 of you were his whole world for so long, I know you don't remember how hard he Fought To get custody of the 2 of you.
I was so proud of Wayne and both of you Always.
He tried so hard to be the perfect dad, Because he loved and adored both of you, I was surprised when Amanda told me at the hospital the other day that she only had 2 children, Because I remember You, , like a little mama, To your baby sister always, God-bless both of you, From Uncle Dave.
To Beth Riley Lunn
I'll never forget when Wayne called me up and told me he was going to marry little Beth Reilly.
I told him, Beth is our baby sister you can't do that, Because our families were so close.
I'll never forget the 1st time you guys came down to visit, You was so tiny and beautiful, And Wayne was so happy, He told me you were the love of his life

Brenda Holloway

June 30, 2018

Wayne and I worked together for many years. We became very close. I called him my little brother and he called me Sis. He was a kind, gentle person who was loved by everyone who met him. As a leader, he was fair to everyone. As a friend, he was true blue. I loved him dearly and will miss him terribly.

David Scott

June 29, 2018

My name is David Scott , I grew up with Wayne , he was good at making a lot of friends, everywhere he went.
I don't know of anyone, Whoever had a badd word to say about Wayne, He was a great friend to everyone, He was the kind that would give you the shirt off his back literally. He was the original Mr. Mom. I witnessed him making sacrifice after sacrifice, To be the best dad humanly possible.
Although there are probably many people who could call Wayne their best friend, And who Wayne would have called many of them his best friends.
For me there is only one person I ever called my best friend, From the age of 12 and now to the age of 57 , My best friend has always been Wayne .
I loved him , More than I could ever express, Wayne spent so much time at my house, My mother called him and treated Him like her own son, Even when it came to the chores around the house He was at my house so much that he didn't get out of washing dishes, Cleaning house clean in the yard, You name it. I have 5 siblings Kelly Toby Dennis Annette and Jimmy, Who all like myself, Considered Wayne as a blood brother , And loved him, When I left Florida to come up here, My mother was at my house and wanted to come with me but she hasn't been feeling good, I left her crying her eyes out for Wayne because he was in the hospital. We all loved Wayne.
Wayne And I Had so many 1st experiences together as boys, I don't think I could compare him to anyone else that I've ever met, My Heart Broke when I Visited him in the hospital , I Wanted so badd for him to just open his eyes and wake up As I prayed for Him. I love you and I will miss you greatly Wayne.
My only comfort is to know, That to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.
May the Lord bless you richly Beth, And all of Wayne's 5 beautiful daughters, I know he loved you all and you were all his world.