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1962 — 2022

Dear Wayne,

We wanted to make sure we got this in the paper so you know not to go to work today.

You really outdid him by developing the “Little Wayne” tumor in your neck. You have certainly made a name for yourself at the Huntsman Cancer Institute.

Wayne, a loving father, dad, son, brother, friend, neighbor, co-worker, golf instructor, fishing guide, cheerleader and life coach passed away peacefully at home with his three children, Ashlie Lawton (Shelby, son Braxton Elliott), Amy Miller (daughter Aubrey), Ethan Nuttall and his sister Jan Mortensen.

Wayne started working for his father’s heating and air conditioning company at a young age.

He joined the Air Force Reserve and tasted all the great beers in the world before embarking on a career in sales, which sometimes interrupted a tee time or a fishing trip. He landed at Hill Air Force Base as a sheet metal mechanic working on C-130s and A-10s before retiring to fight the good fight.

Wayne loved his children, his grandchildren, his siblings and all of his friends. He made the rounds and you knew Sunday you better answer that phone.

We would be remiss not to mention the most important title he carried being the baby of the Nuttall family. In April 1962 he was born to Donald and Cathryn Nuttall who predeceased him. He was also predeceased by his favorite brother, Donald Nuttall and his best friend, Scott Fish Larsen. Wayne is survived by his favorite sister, Pat Decius, his favorite brother, Dr. William DeVries (Linda), his favorite sister, Ann Burton (Dave), his favorite brother, Doug Nuttall (Beatrice), his favorite sisters, Jan Mortensen and Chris Wempe (Jim) and his favorite brother, John Nuttall (Tammy).

We’re honoring your wishes with a party on Saturday, March 12 at 3 p.m. until closing (at your place… BYOB).

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.

Remember who loves you, Wayne and Jesus!

Remembrances and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lindquistmortuary.com


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