We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Ponoka Funeral Home
William Wayne Farrell
April 23, 1945 ~ May 20, 2021
We always called him Wayne. He entered into rest on May 20, 2021.
Wayne had many loved ones that were waiting for him in heaven. They held the gates open to welcome him, and put their arms around him.
Wayne's home care nurse Hargie was so good to him. He was very fond of her and her family.
Wayne drove the highways throughout North America in his 18 wheeler. That was his home for many years. Every breaker breaker good buddy brought more friends.
Wayne would always say "Well, I guess we are a family that just loves animals" every time his Kitty Kitty would rub her head against his leg. I would always answer "yes we are."
His sister Mary was always making sure he had enough to eat. He was always grateful for the meals she prepared for him.
One of Wayne's best expression was "Say, when you are out and about, would you mind..." He had the greatest sense of humour and had quick responses to comments he'd heard. Wayne and Mary laughed together a lot, and talked about their childhood and experiences they had growing up.
Wayne will be sadly missed by sister Mary Dykstra and his niece Laurie Pollard and all those he loved, and those who loved him back. Wayne will always be remembered by those who helped him over the years. Unbeknownst to him, he leaves us with memories that we can enjoy and laugh about.
We think of you and miss you everyday, Wayne.