Obituaries

Wayne Anton White

August 5, 1947 - March 2, 2019

Wayne Anton White, 71, of Batavia, Il. passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva, Il.  Wayne was born on August 5, 1947 in Chicago, IL. the son of Anton and Bernice (nee. Kowolski) White.  He was united in marriage to Victoria September 3, 1973 in Franklin Park, IL.

Wayne is survived by his loving wife, Victoria White; one daughter, Tracy Solano; one grandson, Max Solano; three sisters, Arlene (late Harry) Sibley, Bernadine Dillion and Darlene (Robert) Onopa and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial visitation will be held from 4:00 P.M. until 6:30 P.M. on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at Moss Family Funeral Home, 209 S. Batavia Ave., Batavia, IL. 60510.  A memorial service will follow the visitation at 6:30 P.M. also at the funeral home.  Interment will be private. 

Guest Book

  • RH To the Family. Sorry for your loss. May you receive true comfort from the ‘God of all Comfort.’ 2nd Corinthians 1:3-7
  • Cindy Combs I had the pleasure of working with Wayne for a few years at Omron. They were never able to find a replacement for Wayne with the same work ethics, and truly helpful attitude. He always had a smile, a nice word for all he came in contact with. I have thought of him often, even though I had very limited contact with him for such a short time at Omron. My sympathies for the loss to his family.
  • Michele L. Krajecki Dear Vicki, I am so sorry for your sorrow,as I am for the suffering you both shared in the past year. Know that Wayne is at peace now. He will always live in the hearts and memories of all the people's lives he touched. Wayne was always willing to help a person in need. I've known Wayne since I was a child & was always in awe of his many abilities. He could fix anything. I first met Wayne in 1976 when he volunteered to be a pal bearer for my Grandmother at her funeral. I was so amazed that someone who didn't even know her would step forward and help our family in our time of need and sorrow. His compassion and generosity will always be remembered by my family and all those others he helped in their time of need. Vicki, you know, he could never say no. I will always remember Wayne with admiration, awe, love and gratitude. He was like Superman to me. His memory and love will always live on in the hearts of you, Tracy, Max, his family and friends who remember him with love and are grateful to have had him in our lives. Love you Vicki, Call me anytime.
  • Lynn & John Scully Dear Vicki, We send you our love, prayers and heartfelt sympathy. May your sorrow find comfort that you were his one true love and now Wayne is eternally at peace and will suffer no more. With our deepest condolence and love, Lynn & John
  • Dave Decho I had the pleasure of meeting Wayne in 1980 @ RDI and continued working with him @ Omron. He was one of the hardest working persons I ever met! A great practical jokester as well. RIP and may God Bless You my friend.