Mr. Wayne Lee Warren

Sunday, December 9, 1979 - Tuesday, September 29, 2015

In Loving Memory

Photo of Mr. Wayne Lee Warren  - 1979-2015

Leicester - Wayne Lee Warren, age 35, of Leicester, passed away Tuesday, September 29, 2015. Mr. Warren was a lifelong resident of Buncombe County and was the son of late Dorothy Wright Warren. He was employed as a farmer and also worked in the construction industry. Mr. Warren was a member of Community Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Leicester. Wayne was a very hard worker and was a man of many talents. He was a true outdoorsman and enjoyed camping and fishing. He deeply loved his family and his daughter, Victoria was indeed the light of his life. He shall be deeply missed. In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his foster father, Robert Justice, Jr. and his paternal grandmother, Lillian Warren. Left to cherish his memory, are his father, Edward Lee Warren and his wife, Avalein Warren of Leicester; his foster mother, Mae Justice of Leicester; a daughter, Victoria Warren of Spartanburg, SC; a half-brother, David Wright of Asheville; his foster brothers, Randy Justice and his wife, Cathy Justice of Leicester, Daniel Justice and his wife, Natasha Justice of Leicester, Gary Lee Parham of Leicester and Jim Metcalf of Weaverville; a foster sister, Katie Justice of Leicester. Memorial service and burial for Mr. Warren will be held at  2:00 p.m. Sunday, November 8, 2015 at Community Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Leicester, NC.  Pastor Gene Turner and Pastor Dean Rice will be officiating.  Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Canton is honored to be caring for the Warren family.

Condolences from family and friends

Wayne was a very sweet, kind and caring person who will be missed.
Jennifer Tweed Rice
Wayne was always a good friend to me and a good person. He will be missed by many. Fly high buddy! See you again one day. So sorry for your loss.
Tonya Moore Teague
Wayne was a very good hearted person. We enjoyed his company & loved his personality. So sad to hear of his passing, He is going to be missed greatly.
Eric Grindstaff & Family
I had the pleasure of meeting Wayne on a few occasions, the last time was at the lake with his little girl. I didn't know him well but the few times I had the pleasure of his presence his was happy, full of life, respectful young man. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Roy & Tracy Grindstaff
I had the pleasure of meeting Wayne a fee times through family. I always thought he was a respectful, good young man. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Roy &Tracy Grindstaff
I am Wayne's cousin. I haven't seen him since 1986/1987 I wish I could have seen him and got to know the man he became. He was a good kid and he will always be Wayne the pain to me. Wayne you are gone but not forgotten. Give your Mom and my Dad a big hug for me. Bless the family you left behind.
Ella Sizemore
This man was here when n I needed him the most he helped me through the good and bad times and was and will still be my daddy's best friend Wayne you know your always remembered love R.I.P. may your days be better and happier you finally went to your permanent home and not the temporary one here on land but in the clouds
Wane you will be miss more than you will ever know...You were always willing to help do anything that needed to be done...You was a hard worker.. You were there when I needed someone to help me...I will always be thankful...You will be in our hearts for ever.. to share one of my favorite memories...We went to the beach ... You came out there with shorts and wearing your work boots...But that was you....Rest in Peace
Yvonne Jusice
I had the pleasure of teaching Wayne at Erwin Middle School. I am saddened to see that his life has been cut short. I remember Wayne as a very respectful young man who always did his absolute best in my classes. He was kind to his classmates and helpful in class. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cindy Geouge