Garland Wayne Addkison II

May 31, 1976June 11, 2020

Garland Wayne Addkison was born on May 31, 1976 and passed away on June 11, 2020 in NAPLES, Florida and is under the care of Hodges Funeral Home at Naples Memorial Gardens.

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Shane Seiber

June 18, 2020

Wayne had a thirst for life, and an unwavering love for his daughters. He was one of my best friends, and as such, we referred to each other as brothers (framily) . Our girls grew up together and share an unbreakable bond to this day. Wayne was a great man, great father , and the best friend anyone could ask for.
Rest easy brother, you will not be forgotten.
Sincerely, Shane Seiber and family

Stephen Wiggins

June 18, 2020

We met Wayne during a friends weekend in Dallas. He was one down to Earth guy! He was definitely full of life and we could all tell he was the type of person that lived life to the fullest. Rest in peace Sir!

Joe Dunavan

June 18, 2020

I have many stores about Wayne. He use to stay at my house in Dallas. He and Colby were inseparable. So they were getting into trouble all the time. Nothing serious just fun stuff.

Shala Digman

June 18, 2020

I remember being nervous the first time meeting Wayne and as soon as he spoke to me my nervousness immediately went away. His energy was bliss and in that moment I understood where Haley and Taylor got their ambition from. You’ll never meet another person anywhere close to what Wayne was. He was definitely one of a kind. I’ll never forget our memories and talks we had in South Padre. He always made me feel included and he was definitely framily. He’ll forever be loved and missed.

Deborah McWhorter

June 17, 2020

I met Wayne when he came to visit his sister Laura and Carl Miller. He was with one of his beautiful daughters and they all had a good visit. He was happy and joking with Laura and looking at the horses. Very kind and polite gentleman. You could see he had a heart of gold. Very sad that he has passed so young at 44 in a horrible way. I send prayers to all of the family in this time of sorrow. He will be truly missed.

Deborah McWhorter

Lindsey Dunavan

June 17, 2020

Wayne was my brother's best friend. They've been friends since high school. Wayne was the type of man that made everyone feel loved. He made us all feel like we were a part of the Framily. We'll miss him till the day we go to join him. Rest easy, Wayne. We love you.

Kyle Lively

June 17, 2020

Wayne thank you for being a friend and coworker , you will be greatly missed ! I enjoyed our talks and laughs in the elevator trade and off work . Life is too short bud and I pray you Rest In Peace . Prayers for your family and friends . Fly high bro !

Kyle lively

Jay Azbell

June 17, 2020

I didn't know Wayne personally but I work with his brother Doug Addkison and Nephew Carlin Addkison. Sending my love, thoughts and prayers to the Addkinson family.

Beverly and Ross Taylor

June 17, 2020

Ross had the opportunity to coach Wayne and our son Ben in soccer and baseball. He was a great little athlete. He was fast and determined. Wayne and Ben were great friends, though we had to keep an eye on both. He spent many days and a few nights at our home. We love his mother, Kally, and step father, Ron. I remember going skiing with the families together. Wayne will always have a special spot in our hearts.

Karen Shrader

June 17, 2020

Fair winds and following seas, Wayne.
We've got the watch.

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