Edward Joseph Wayman

December 3, 1945September 26, 2018

Edward Joseph Wayman, age 72, of Ocoee, Florida passed away on Wednesday September 26, 2018. Edward was born December 3, 1945.

A graveside service for Edward will be held Tuesday, October 2, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Woodlawn Memorial Park & Funeral Home, 400 Woodlawn Cemetery Road, Gotha, FL 34734.

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  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, October 2, 2018


Edward Joseph Wayman

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Glenn Forrest

October 1, 2018

I really enjoyed Ed’s friendship not only through senior softball but definitely also on a personal level. He was even-tempered even in the face of all the ragging that us teammates abundantly lavished upon him.
You could tell he loved being team organizer, Manager, Coach, and just enjoying the camaraderie and fellowship in the dugout, on the field, pre game, post game, practice, you name it, he was a steady force that kept us going. You could count on Ed. He even got his share of hits when he selflessly substituted himself into a game.
I will miss his sincerity, his humor and to this day can clearly recall not only his face but his voice, .. encouraging his team, arguing a call, and best of all being Ed.
My best and condolences to Ed’s family and may he RIP.
Ed’s loyal shortstop, Glenn

Norman Levine

October 1, 2018

Did not have many contacts with Ed, but the last time I talked with him it was so enjoyable and refreshing. We spoke about his passion for sports and electronics. A very nice memory of ED.

Terry Wood

October 1, 2018

Ed, I will miss you dearly. We had so much fun at tennis and bowling, along with our discussions after our sports for the day were over. Tennis was so special with you, "really" as you would say. You were a sincere pleasure to know and be with. RIP my friend.

Ed Wayman

October 1, 2018

My dear Ed loved sports, especially his beloved Senior Softball League of which he was a part for 20+ years, many of those years as team manager. He worked long hours on the logistics; players, lineups, making tournament arrangements; and on and on. Even though he was frustrated sometimes, on the whole, Ed loved the guys and the game.

He also enjoyed 60's music (and never wanted to hear Howard Stern when I was in the car), especially Motown. I preferred 50's music being a year older than him!

Ed loved our dogs; especially in his last months when they gave him some comfort. Never underestimate the power of a pet.

Finally, Ed liked to dance even though we couldn't do much of that once I started having knee problems. But, that's how we met; he asked me to dance. That was 30+ years ago.

He liked a lot of things, but the oddest thing seemed to be his fascination with feathers. He had them all around. Maybe some of you saw feathers in his car. I never got an explanation for the feathers; he just liked how they felt. So, Ed will be buried with an especially lovely specimen.

Ed loved his daughter, Lindsay; my daughter, Robin; and Ed LOVED me. I know he did because he stuck with me through thick and thin. I wish he were here with me right now, and I was waking up from one of my terrible dreams. But I know better, and I will miss him so very much. Jeanne xxx