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Wayne Paul Basch

In Loving Memory

Basch, Wayne Paul

January 24, 1951 - February 18, 2024

Sunday, February 18, 2024.  Dear son of the late John and Rose Marie Basch.  Loving companion of Patricia Basch.  Dear father of Chloe Basch.  Dear Paw Paw of Savannah Link.  Dear brother of Eric (Susie) Basch, Tim Basch and Carol Wasko. Beloved and adoring brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend to many.

SERVICES:  Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel (10151 Gravois Road) on Tuesday, February 27, 9:00 AM until funeral service at 11:00 AM.  Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Basch, Wayne Paul”

  1. Truly so sorry for you all to lose such a loving & caring person as Wayne. Happy thoughts that he in Gods loving care now
    Chloe & Savannah know you truly miss your Waynie

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  2. Hi Wayno,
    I know you are in a better place but you will be missed immensely.
    You were such a great friend on Facebook. I enjoyed our many times we spoke and I will remember all the memories of us on Facebook and seeing you at reunions. Rest in Peace Wayno!
    To your family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Wayne was such a good guy. He will be missed greatly.

    Respectfully,

    Jan (Vogelgesang) Settles

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  3. Condolences to the Basch family . Wayne was wonderful , kind , generous , man . He will be missed and he was so loved by all! Condolences Scozzari family , we lived in the subdivision growing up . I can’t attend services I have to work .

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  4. Sorry to hear about Wayne. I remember such found memories of him when us cousins were kids. Since he was older, he treated me with kid gloves and tried to mentor me. I was always in awe of him especially when I would see him all dressed in his riding leather gear.
    I never did see him in his military uniform so it was delightful to see the photo above.
    He will be missed and remembered forever.

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  5. Wayne, a great guy. He was always cool and kind. He would protect anyone. He was fun and funny. He has gone to a better place. RIP BUDDY. You will be missed. My deepest sympathy to his family.

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  6. Wayne you will be missed! Although I have some fond memories growing up as cousins with family parties, and thinking how cool Wayne was, my more recent memories are of him doing projects for my dad around the house. Wayne and my dad had a bond and I could see the respect and love they had for one another. I hadn’t seen Wayne for several years but ran into him at a gym working out. I couldn’t miss that face and the long beard. It was nice to chat and catch up.
    Love and prayers to the family.

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