Wayne Morris Buckle

December 27, 1962 to November 24, 2018


It  is great sadness, the family  of the late Wayne Morris  Buckle announce his tragic  passing on early Saturday , November 24th leaving with loving  memories  his  three sisters: Rosalie, Kayla,  Wendy-Lee , and stepfather  Nelson ; his little niece Tegan; Aunt Beatrice (Brian) and a large circle of family and friends  with special  recognition  to Scott and Lori Wells . Wayne is gone to heaven to be reunited with his late mother Hilda (buckle) Belbin and his loving grandparents who raised him, the late George and Mina Buckle. Visitation will take place at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road from 1– 9 p.m. Wednesday, November 28th, with cremation to follow visitation. He will then be brought home to Forteau, Labrador for his final resting place at a later date. Friends and family of Wayne will be holding a memorial service in his hometown of Forteau, Labrador in the near future.  A huge thank you to everyone who reached out to help in any way.



1-9 p.m. on November 28, 2018

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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I was devastated to hear of Wayne’s sudden death…
There are no adequate words…
It was a privilege being his family Dr these past 18 years…
May God bless the family with strength in these difficult days..
Dr Paul Jackman

To the Buckle Family,
I was shocked to hear of Wayne’s passing. I knew Wayne when he worked at the NLC on Blackmarsh Road. He was a great guy despite being a diehard Habs fan. We had many a chat discussing his Habs and my Leafs with no one backing down. Wayne will be sadly missed. RIP Wayne.

Beatrice, Wendy, Rosalie and Kayla my deepest condolences. I have fond memories of Wayne from every summer when we went to labrador and stayed with him in George and Minnie’s house.he was sweet, funny and caring. Always such a gentleman. MY heart will miss him.

Rest in peace Wayne my friend. You will certainly be missed. Condolences to your family

So sorry to hear of Wayne’s Passing we had lots of laughs at the field .. Rest in Peace pal
Steve , Sherry ,Rhonda and Corey and Lori

Brian and Beatrice – my condolences on Wayne’s sudden passing. I hope you take comfort in your years of fond memories.

We met Wayne down at Shadow park doing Karaoke On Friday nights. He always sang George Jones. Thoughts and Prayers are with the family Rest easy my friend.

Mike and Michelle Morrell

To Beatrice and Brian we are thinking of you during this difficult time . To all Wayne’s sisters and Dad please accept our condolences.

Dona, (Davis), Norman and Jessica

Our condolences to Wayne,s Family .Wayne lived a couple of streets down from Joan and I in Mt Pearl.Anytime we saw him we would pick him up and take him to where ever he was going .We always had a few laughs at Karaoke when Tony Clarke or Barb Lamb was playing He used to love to have a scuff with Joan on the dance floor .We always had great times at Chateau Park in Mt Pearl. We got along great as i was a Bruins Fan and he was a die hard Habs Fan. W e really miss him

Gerry`O,Keefe and Joan Maher
Mt Peral

My heart is broken to learn the tragic passing of Wayne, I met Wayne through Avalon Employment and every time there was a function for Avalon Employment I always made sure i went over and said Hi to him. My sincere condolences, thought’s and prayers go out to Wayne’s siblings and the entire Buckle Family, his friends, the staff who worked at Blackmarsh Road with Wayne and everyone who knew him. May God bless you all during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Wayne! you will be forever missed..

Hard to believe that awesome smile is gone. His stories and songs will be missed. It was a pleasure to have known you Wayne.

My sincere condolences go out to Wayne’s family. Wayne, I will miss our little chats, the twinkle in your eyes, and your beautiful smile. Rest easy, buddy. You will be missed by everyone who had the priviledge to have met you. xo

I can not believe you are gone Wayne. You will never be forgotton. My memories of you at Rosie’s and the memories of me and you singing a few karaoke songs will be held close to my heart forever. Love you buddy until we meet again rest easy. Life just seems so unfair. My condolences to the family. I pray you find some peace through this difficult time

Beatrice and Brian. We were so sad to hear the news of Wayne’s passing. May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our sincere condolences to you and Wayne’s family. Wayne will be missed dearly by all those who knew him. Hugs and Blessings.
Liz & Al and family

You will be sadly missed my friend especially every evening prior to going to Rosie’s. Hard to understand why you were taken so early, you will be in my thoughts for a long time. R.I.P.

Sorry to hear about Wayne’s passing . He was a permanent fixture at the Mount Pearl Men’s softball field and will be missed . R.I.P. Wayne

We are all still in shock about hearing of Wayne’s passing.. He was a well respected ‘one of the boys’ at the Sunday afternoon bowling league at St. Pat’s lanes. I had the pleasure of bowling with Wayne last Sunday. Always in good spirits and forever a laugh and smile on his face. As a fellow Habs fan we always shared a special chat on hockey. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Rest in peace Wayne my friend. You will be missed by all of us at the lanes.

The memories Scott and I share with this beautiful man will never be forgotten. It seems the is a missing element to our chosen family now that can never be replaced. We love you wayner and we will cherish every moment we got to spend with you. We are better for having known you and the luckiest people on earth for have been loved by you. Until we meet at that big dart board in the sky my friend,…

I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. We met several years ago while he was working at the NLC store. I used to torment the life out of him. He always had a smile on his face. We missed him when he left the job. I ran into him at Tols a couple of months ago and we had a few scuffs!
Condolences to his family and friends. ❤

So very sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing, still can’t believe that he’s gone. You were a great person Wayne, You loved life to the fullest. I’ll miss you buddy. Rest In Peace.

To Wayne’s family,

We were shocked and saddened to hear of the tragic passing of Wayne. Wayne was a beautiful person, with a great big smile and a sparkle in his eye. He was endearing to us all. We will treasure our memories at Avalon Employment and blessed that he was part of ours. Take comfort in knowing that the Avalon Employment family grieves with you.

Sadness filled my heart when I heard the news of Wayne’s passing. I spoke to Wayne a few times at the softball field, he will be missed. Please accept my condolences during this sad time.
Ted Smith

My heart goes out to Wayne’s family. He and I had a lot of laughs working together at the Liquor Store. Wayne was a kind soul, always ready with a smile.
There are no words to say how sorry i am for your loss.
Rest In Peace Wayne. You will truly be missed!

Sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing ,he was always clowning around at the ball field in mount pearl having a great time watching us all play softball.He’s presence and and humour will be sadly missed by us all .


So sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing, thinking of you all at this difficult time….R.I.P Wayne …..Linda Newell and Wally Layman

So sad to hear of Wayne’s passing. He was a beautiful man with a Big heart and a smile for everyone. Rest In Peace, Wayne????

Sherry Letto and family

Rest easy my friend. You were indeed one of a kind. I will always remember growing up on “the Point” with you, your infectious smile and your approach to life. The simple things meant the most to you. You will forever be a part of my life, I will miss you. Go fly with the angels now forever with those you love. I love you and would do anything I could for you (except cheer for the Canadiens) I’m sure you understand. Rosalie, Kayla, Wendy, Nelson, Beatrice, Brian your loss is our loss. God bless.