Born on May 31, 1959 in Omaha, Nebraska
Departed on August 6, 2021 in Melbourne, Florida
Wayne A. Zobel, 62, Melbourne, passed at his residence on August 6, 2021. He was born on May 31, 1959 to Homer L. and Shirley M. Brin Zobel in Omaha, Nebraska.
His family includes his daughters Heather Williford and Crystal Zobel; father Homer L. Zobel; sisters Trilica Southwick, Nicolette Wiebelt andDonna Caulfield; brothers Kevin Zobel and Scott Zobel; grandchildren Dominick Zobel, Sean Zobel, Alexiea Budreau, Breyanna Zobel, and Sky Budreau.
He was preceded in death by his mother Shirley M. Capen and his grandparents.
Wayne mentored friends at AA and counseled patients in drug and alcohol rehab. While maintaining his four-point grade average in college, he was working on his second Bachelors degree.
I have known Wayne for a very long time. He was a big strong guy who finally found his niche in this great big world. He will be missed
Always in my heart,
I met Wayne thru marrying into the family, and glad I got to see a transformation in Wayne that you don't see very often. I was proud of him and enjoyed talking with him. He had a great outlook on life and became very wise in his life choices, and helping others do the same. You will be misses by many friends and family. I prayed to God to have you healed and remain here but God had another plan for you, which I am sure you are finding out now about that. Even though, we all have sadness , we have to remember that GOD chose you to be with him. Have a great time up in heaven.
Brother what can I say. I am so proud of you the way you took your life under control. Through your experiences in life you have most likely helped many find themselves and find their way to God. I find peace knowing where you are and looking down on all of us. Just know brother I look forward to one day seeing and hugging you again for I am assured that I will join you in His presence. Love you Wayne
I have enjoyed having you for my brother. And the time you spent with my family for the last 2 4th of July bbq with your extended family. Next 4th will not be the same we all we’re looking forward to you moving up here. I love you my brother always will you will be missed dearly love you Wayne ❤️❤️❤️RIP
Lwanna start off by saying I am very blessed to have had my big brother back because of all your successes of sobriety that made it possible. I am so utterly proud of you❣️❣️❣️
Ever since God called you home I have found it Difficult to do anything. But with Gods help and you as my angel.
“As long as I can I will look at this world for both of us, as long as I can, I will live, laugh and love for both of us. I will camp and enjoy nature for both of us, I will pray to the stars, for both of us.”
Rest in peace my big brother. I will always love and miss you❤️
“As long as I can I will look at this world for both of us, as long as I can, I will laugh for both of us, I will camp and enjoy nature for both of us, I will love and enjoy our family for the both of us, I will pray to the stars, I will do this for both of us.”
Nothing has been easy since God called you home. But I will walk with God and continue on because you would want me to. I love and miss you so very much! I loved having my Big brother back! Now I have another Angel keeping me safe. Rest In Peace my brother ❣️🙏🏻😇
We will miss you terribly. I loved your profound sharing in the rooms! You were an inspiration to many. Peace to your family at this time. Gone too soon, but we’ll see each other in another life my friend!