Lorenzo Lee Waye, 52, of the Kinlaw community in Woodbine passed away Saturday, March 5, 2016.
Lorenzo Lee Waye was born Jan. 13, 1964, in Kingsland to Lillie B. Waye and John T. Taylor, who preceded him in death. Lorenzo was educated in the Camden County school system. He was employed by the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, Cisco Ford, Cisco Truck Stop and Sinfar Oriental restaurant. He joined Carnegie Chapel Church at an early age. He later joined First African Baptist Church in St. Marys.
Besides his father, those who preceded him in death are his stepfather, Alton Bradley; grandparents, Ardie and Burley Waye; uncles, Napoleon Waye, Coley Waye and Claude Waye; and aunts, Vernon Haywood and Liz Taylor.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his mother, Lillie B. Waye; seven sisters, Nellie Lanier (Antwon), Carmene Lanier Baker, Felicia Pittman, Valentina Lanier, Chris Ann Bradley, Tammy Taylor Knight (McDonald) and Tangie Taylor; six brothers, Frank Lanier (Mindy), Terry Waye (Cocina), Donnell Taylor (Anita), Derrick Taylor, Shawn Taylor and Chuck Roberts; favorite aunt and uncle, Lula Mitchell (Bryant); aunts and uncles, Joyce Harvey (Sylvester), Rev. Mable Waye, Agnes Abdullah and Barbara Bynes Waye; sister-in-law, Bessie M. Baker; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 12, at Carnegie Chapel Church. Interment was in Kinlaw Cemetery.
Sunset Funeral Home was in charge of services.