OBITUARY

Terry Wayne Powell

March 5, 1970August 9, 2018
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Terry Wayne Powell, 48, aka Wayne or Bubba, passed away on August 9, 2018 at home with family by his side. He was born March 5, 1970 in Jacksonville, FL, the son of Berlin and Kathy Powell.

Wayne worked for Florida Blue for 28 years. He also had his own lawn care company for over 15 years. His favorite things to do were fishing, horse camping and vacationing in Maggie Valley, North Carolina traveling through the mountains. He never passed up a chance to visit a casino.

Wayne is survived by his wife, Pam; his two children, Collin and Kieristen; sister, Pamula Powell-Galdi; brother, Brian Powell as well as many nephews and a niece. He is well loved by his extended family who considers him the "Fun" Uncle and Brother-in-Law.

Memorial services will be held Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 12:00 noon at Bible Believers Baptist Church, 3857 Hartley Road, Jacksonville, FL.

Services

16 August

Memorial Service

12:00 pm

Bible Believers Baptist Church

3857 Hartley Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32257

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Robin Capley

August 14, 2018

I worked with Wayne and he was a pleasure to work with, the best of the best. My Prayers go out to His Family. Keeping You All In My Prayers. RIP Wayne.

Christine Kangas

August 14, 2018

Wayne was such a kind and genuine person!! He held a strong presence. My favorite memory is him interacting with our kids. He was a great uncle!!! He is greatly missed! I send my love!!

Stephanie O'Neal

August 14, 2018

I worked with Wayne in the late 90's, early 2000's. Such a lovely guy. I am saddened to hear of his passing, so young. May he rest in peace. I will keep him and all of you in my prayers!

Pam Powell

August 14, 2018

I love you more than words can say. I will miss you everyday. I know you will look over me and the kids and be there.

Pamula Galdi

August 14, 2018

My baby brother, I miss you more than words can express.

I will see you again. Until then I will think of you everyday.

Matt Fornito

August 13, 2018

Pam, Collin and Kieristen,

My sincerest love and thoughts and wishes are with you in this difficult time. While I cannot comprehend what you're going through, I do know that you had one of the most amazing husbands/fathers anyone could ask for.

The normal conversations with Wayne were always stellar, but there's two stories that stand out to me about Wayne over the others. Largely because of the absurdity.

1. When I was a youngster living down in Orlando, a new GM took over our store and much of the staff was fired. Although I was actively looking for jobs, rent was looming. After the 1st passed, the complex I was in put an eviction notice on my door (quite lenient right). I had called my folks to ask to borrow funds and they had said you'll figure it out. So I'm freaking out, about to be evicted. Don't even remember how Wayne and I talked but soon as he heard wind of my predicament he drove for hours down and paid my rent right there. Someone who cared so much for family and helping others is one to be cherished.

2. He REALLY wanted to go to a casino. We ended up going and I was poor (this was around the same time). He just shoved some cash in my hand -- don't remember how much 50? 100? It wasn't that he gave me money that stood out; it was that he was so selfless and wanted other people to have a good time that he was fine giving his nephews and nieces a little bit of spending money to have a memorable experience. That has always stuck out with me because you can never take money with you; but the love and experience and memories last a lifetime.

He is loved and missed always.

TETE ADJEVI-NEGLOKPE

August 13, 2018

I am so sorry to hear about your loss.
My Family and I will continue to keep you in our prayers. Be strong.
God bless.
Tete Adjevi-Neglokpe

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY