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Wayne Irvin Flax was born on November 03, 1961, in Molesworth England he was the 8th child of the late Ruben O. and Florence Flax Jr. who preceded him in death. After the family returned to the United States, they were living on Edward Air force Base, Edward CA. later the family moved to Sun Village CA, where he spent some of his childhood. Later the family moved to Lancaster CA, Wayne attended elementary, jr. high and high school in the Antelope School District, in Lancaster CA.
As a child he accepted Christ as his personal savior, he attended New Hope Baptist church in Sun Village CA, he also attended Harvest Time Cogic of Lancaster Ca. and was a member of West Valley Community Fellowship in Lancaster CA, Wayne was an Usher and, on the Praise, and Worship Team.
In March of 1995 he reconnected with and old friend Rashamone Hawthorne-Walker and in November of that year they were married and from this union they had 4 children Tyshanae, Wayne jr., Ervin, and Elijah. his children were his world, In October 2004 he moved his family to Salt Lake City Utah for a better life.
While living in Salt Lake City he became member of Ebenezer COGIC. Later he joined Full Gospel Deliverance Center. Wayne was a very hard worker. He had several occupations until he found his passion, Roofing, working for Western Pacific Roofing, until he moved to Salt Lake City, while in Salt Lake he worked for several roofing companies, Superior, Capital, Rooftech, and Contract West roofing companies. he was a member of the local #91 roofers union.
Wayne loved his sports his favorites were football and basketball. We all knew who his teams were Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Lakers. He tried to never miss a game.
Wayne departed this life on 10/05/2022 he is preceded in death two brothers Derrick L. Flax Sr. and David A. Flax his son Wayne I. Flax jr.
He leaves to mourn his death his wife Rashamone Flax and children Tyshanae Flax, Ervin and Elijah Flax all of Salt Lake City, Ut., and his honorary grandson Quanse Bowie of Oklahoma City, Ok also
Seven brothers: Lawrence Flax of Tigard Or. Gerald (Terri) Flax of San Diego Ca. Kenneth (Anita) Flax of McDonough Ga. Ruben (Theresa) Flax of Valrico, Fl. Clifton (Malia) Flax of Denton, Texas, and one sister Barbara Flax of Harvey IL. and a host of nephews, great, nephews, nieces, great nieces, cousin, and friends.
Death is Not the Last Goodbye
I may be gone but please don’t cry
Death is not the last goodbye
Death releases me of my pain
There will come a day we will meet again
Don’t be blue and don’t be sad
Think back to the fun we had
I am always here I hear you speak
In time of trouble it’s me you seek
You don’t see me but I see you
I will do my best to pull you through
Speak to to me and I will hear
Never far I am always near
They say there is a reason, they say time will heal,
neither time nor reason will change the way I feel.
Gone are the days we used to share but, in my heart,
you are always there. The gates of memories will never close
I miss your more than anybody knows.
Love and miss your everyday till we meet again.
Always and forever
THE FAMILY OF WAYNE IRVIN FLAX WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS
OUR SINCERE APPERICATION AND GRATITUDE FOR YOUR GENORSITY,
CARING, LOVE, PHONE CALLS,AND ALL THE EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY AND
ACTS OF KINDNESS SHOWN TO US DURING OUR TIME OF BEREAVEMENT
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