Wayne Munier Smith

August 22, 1958April 18, 2014

Wayne M. Smith, 55, of Forked River, passed away on Friday, April 18, 2014 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Born in Ridgewood, NJ, he grew up in Waldwick and was a longtime resident of Ocean County. Wayne was employed by NAETI in Asbury Park as an Environmental Trainer for 25 years. He later worked on his own as a professional environmental trainer and proudly launched Wayne’s Cactus Salsa. He is survived by his two beloved daughters Amanda and Brittany Smith; his parents Robert and Dorothy Smith; a brother Robert Smith Jr. and his wife Kris; his sister Kerry Guglielmotti and her husband John; his nieces and nephews Tracey, John, Kathy, Robert and Cheryl; and great nieces and nephews Aiden, Dillon and Emma.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home in Toms River is in charge of arrangements.



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August 3, 2014

I miss you so much

Denise Malone

May 13, 2014

I was so sorry to learn of Wayne's passing. I went to high school with him and recently reconnected on
My sincere condolences go out to his family and loved ones.

joe ensinger

May 6, 2014

Wayne is a great guy he would give you the shirt off his back he loved the family dog comet that was his buddy I'm sorry for your loss heaven gained a awesome angel Wayne may you rest in peace and enjoy the warm breezes and spicy salsa the Ensinger family misses you and your warm personality

Bob Davis

April 26, 2014

We will all miss your warm personality and great sense of humor you were a true friend, From all your buddies at Marlins Restaurant

April 25, 2014

Services are tomorrow at the Bethlehem Lutheran church in Ridgewood, NJ at 10:30am for all those who would like to attend.

Jim Schaefer

April 24, 2014

Smthye...many good times in Waldwick, many nightts spent in the 2nd field, 4th of July at the cape, Yankee baseball. Very sad. Deepest condolences from Jim Schaefer and family.

Fred Larson

April 24, 2014

Very sad to hear of Wayne's passing, he will be remembered by countless students for his tremendous humor, He will be remembered by me as a fellow Waldwickian and friend.

Ken and Linda Beverly Family

April 23, 2014

So sorry to hear the news of Wayne's passing. What a great guy he was.....we have so many pictures of fun times that will be in our hearts and memories forever. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the girls and his family. He will be missed. Rest in peace, Wayne.