Wayne DeLacy Hawkins, age 59, of Edinburg, passed away on Sunday, May 5, 2013 at his home.
Family visitation will be Wednesday evening at Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock, from 6pm-9pm.
A Masonic Service will be conducted at 6pm.
A funeral service will be conducted on Thursday afternoon May 9, 2013 at 3 pm at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Edinburg (Jerome) with Pastor James Baseler officiating. Burial service will follow at the church cemetery.
A meal will be provided following the burial.
Wayne, the son of Kenneth and Louise Hawkins of Edinburg, was born in Frederick, Maryland on July 9th 1953. . He was a member of Boy Scout Troop 54 and earned Eagle Scout with Ivan Coffelt as Scoutmaster, and graduated 1971 from Central High School.
Wayne served in the United States Air Force for 20 years, retired in 1993. His service entailed serving as crew chief for Air Force Two and Air Force One respectly.
He and his family moved back to Edinburg in 1996. Wayne worked for Virginia Department of Transportation since 2000, in the Edinburg and Harrisonburg Residencies.
Wayne was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Church and was a lifetime member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (Jerome), Edinburg. He was a faithful Christian husband and father.
Wayne is survived by his parents, Kenneth and Louise; his wife of 38 years, Miranda; daughters- DeLacy Hawkins, of New Market; Leah Hawkins of Leesburg; Rosanna Winner, her husband Robert and their children Avarose and Wade; brothers Steven Hawkins and wife Cindy of Strasburg, K. Gerald Hawkins and wife Brigitte of Edinburg; a nephew Wesley Hawkins, nieces Tiffany Hawkins and Brandy Boies and her husband Chris and their daughters Ella, Emily and Elizabeth. Parents-in-law Gene and Ada Jones; brothers-in-law Donnie Strickland and wife Olivia; Dannie Strickland and wife Vickie; nephew Clark Strickland and his wife Lori and their daughter Taylor; nieces Jamie Crawford and her daughter Katie Clayton, Edye Kornegay and her husband Travis, Natalie Blackmon and her husband Chad and their daughters Rylee and Reagan, all from North Carolina.
Wayne was predeceased by his beloved nephew Brian Boyd Hawkins of Strasburg.
He leaves behind many loved ones.
In lieu of flowers Wayne requested that he would like donations to be given to either St. Paul’s Lutheran church, Jerome parish or the Lord Fairfax Community College Brian Boyd Hawkins Scholarship in memory of his nephew. Donations for the scholarships should be sent to:
Lord Fairfax Community College
Attn: Brian Boyd Hawkins Scholarship
173 Skirmisher Lane
Middletown, VA 22645