Wayne R. Roaix

Born: Sat., May 2, 1964
Died: Mon., Dec. 17, 2012

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Wayne R. Roaix, 48, of Waterbury, former Plymouth resident, died Monday (Dec. 17, 2012) at Bradley Memorial Hospital, Southington.

Wayne was born May 2, 1964 in Waterbury, CT. He is the son of Ann Victoria Santopietro of Wells, Vermont. He was employed at the Siemon Co., Watertown. Wayne was a member of the Plymouth Congregational Church and Stephen Minister of the church. He was very active in his church, volunteering for many group activities including youth groups and Bible Study.

Besides his mother, he is survived by his daughter, Victoria Ann Roaix of Southington, who was the sunshine of his life; his former wives, Cheryl Roaix and Deborah Roaix who cared for him deeply; his brothers, Ora Roaix, Randy Roaix; his sisters, Robin Proudfoot, Susan Turner and Alison Roaix.

Funeral services will be held Saturday (Dec. 22, 2012) 10:00AM at the Plymouth Congregational Church. Burial will be in West Cemetery, Plymouth, CT. Relatives and friends may call at the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville Friday evening from 6:00 to 8:00PM.
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Justine Jalbert

My friend Wayne, it has been many years since I have seen you, but whenever I think of you, it is with a smile because you were always smiling, laughing and thinking of others. You brought joy to everything and everyone around you. Now, you are home with all of the other beautiful angels smiling down on us from Heaven. I can see them at your feet laughing and playing and having the best time of their lives....you will be missed my friend...RIP

Carol Yarrison

Wayne, you have been a friend for many years. I will miss you. There were times I as so down, you could always lift me up with your love and caring. I can only hope that you, Bob F, Bob B and Greg can play Cribbage and that you find the peace you need. I love you and will miss you. May God Bless your soul.

Amy Waraksa

Wayne, I still cannot believe you are gone :( You were always so happy and I really enjoyed working all those years with you. You were always able to place a smile on my face :) I hope you are at peace now. You will be missed :( xo

Susanne Crews

Uncle Wayne, you will be missed deeply. I will remember you making jokes and always laughing. You and Aunt Cheryl did so much for me and I will forever be grateful for those times and memories. May you rest in peace. Love you.

Bob Granitto

Your were a great friend, We spent a lot of days having lunch together at work and laughing. You will be deeply missed.

Thomas W. Cole

Rest in peace my friend. As your next door neighbor in Plymouth I got to share a great friendship with you and Deb. I think fondly of how you beat me at some of my favorite games, golf, pool and what a bowler! We shared that passion for computers and so many laughs together. You loved Victoria so much and I will make she gets copies of all the pictures I took of you. Thomas, Pemberton, B.C. Canada

Matt Hancock

Wayne, May you rest in peace bud. I remember working the night shift with you at Sunoco. We sure had a blast working together, even in the freezing cold days of winter. I always enjoyed joking around with ya and throwing snowballs at the building. I think we even worked on your jeep in the parking lot a few times. You always put a smile on the face of every customer that came to get gas. I wish i could have talk to you again after we worked toghther. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Kathleen A. Troutman

Wayne, I will never forget all of the good times that we had working together, bowling together, and dressing up for Halloween at work together. I will miss the the knocks on the door and the waves as you passed by my office. I will miss your sense of humor and your smile. I am so glad that I had the chance to know you, may you rest in peace. My deepest sympathy for the family, I hope that God can get you through this difficult time.

Jean Morneault/Deb's sister

Ann, I am so sorry for your lost of a son, Ora, Randy, Robin, Susan and Alison, the loss of your brother. Tori, I know how much your Dad loved you, he always made that known. I know how much Debbie had loved him, may God comfort all of you in your loss.

Micaela Werman

Wayne, I always looked forward to going into work and telling you my stories and hearing yours, and walking into the cafe at lunch with you sitting there playing poker on your phone or chatting about the Red Sox. May you rest in peace.