Wayne Paul Brazee

Died: Sat., Jun. 17, 2017

Memorial Service

2:00 PM Sat., Jul. 01, 2017
Location: First Congregational Church, Plymouth

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Wayne Paul Brazee, 60, of Spanaway, Washington formerly of Plymouth, CT, husband of Beverly Brazee died June 17, 2017 in Spanaway after a short illness.

Wayne grew up in Plymouth, CT.  He was the son of Patricia (Ferry) Brazee Kopcha of Plymouth and the late Francis Brazee.

Besides his wife and mother, he is survived by his sister, Faith Brazee; his brother, Michael Brazee; his son, Travis Johnson of Maryland; his two grandchildren, Kaylee and Regan, several nieces, nephews, cousins, step brothers and sisters.

Memorial service will be held 2:00PM on July 1, 2017 at the First Congregational of Plymouth.  Burial will be at West Cemetery in Plymouth.  www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com

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Sam Alkas
   Posted Mon June 26, 2017
sorry for your lose may he rest in peace I went to school with him was a great guy

Elaine Goodfield
   Posted Tue June 27, 2017
So sorry for your loss.

Roy Gangloff
   Posted Tue June 27, 2017
Deepest condolences to Beverly, Pat, Faith, Mike and all of Wayne's family. Perfect choice for picture of Wayne in his senior year in high school because he will be forever young. We'll all miss you cuz.

Roy G.

Clare Borkoski
   Posted Wed June 28, 2017
Dear Pat, my deepest sympathy for your great loss. Rich would have shared my sadness for you and your family.

Ellen Bridgman
   Posted Fri June 30, 2017
Faith, Dana and family,

I'm so sorry to read about your brother/uncle's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

XO Ellen

Rev. J. Richard Fowler
   Posted Sat July 01, 2017
Dear Pat and Faith:

How painful for you, in addition to your many painful losses already endured. Words fail me at this time as I try to express my solidarity with and for you; me... who has historically never been at a loss for words. Such is the stuff of shared grief, empathy, and indeed, sympathy. My love and heart go out to you both.

murlene day black
   Posted Mon July 10, 2017
I went to high school with Wayne and we were good friends back in those days. He always had a way to make people smile. My thoughts and prayers to the family. Wayne was a great friend back in 1970's.

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