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Nicole Gross

Wayne E. Brannock, Jr.

December 03, 1951 - June 12, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Wayne E. Brannock, Jr.. Collecting stories and memories here will offer us all great comfort. As we plan an in-person and virtual gathering, we will post invites. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial in honor of our Dad. In lieu of...  see more

Wayne E. Brannock, Jr. (aka Brother, Buster, Dad, Grandpa Frank) passed away peacefully on Friday, June 12, 2020 at Good Shepherd Hospice in Lakeland, Florida. Born in Mount Airy, North Carolina on December 3, 1951, he was the son of Wayne E. Brannock, Sr. and Linda Gnadt.He enjoyed gardening and took time to appreciate the beauty of the sky, water, birds and trees. He will be remembered for his laughter and his love of history and...  see more
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  • Michael Gross
    We miss you Wayne. Your presence...your laughter...thirst for knowledge and love. We carry you in our hearts and see the little signs letting us know you are at peace. Your grandsons keep your sense of humor alive by listening to the funny songs that...  more
  • Nicole Gross
  • Erika  Moon
    I’ve always been a “Daddy’s Girl” and always will be. I loved naps with my dad when I was a baby and helping my dad work in the yard. I miss him so much. I miss being able to text him a funny video and our phone calls to catch up on life. Telling...  more
  • Nicole Gross
    Caleb (aka Jackpot 1) and Lyle (aka Jackpot 2) miss you and love you forever Grandpa Frank.
  • Nicole Gross
    Dad, this September 2018 Knoxville visit was filled with extra special memories. You met your youngest grandson, Lyle and played firefighter and superhero rescues while exploring space and science with Caleb. You and Michael enjoyed your first Tennessee...  more
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    • Nicole Gross
      Michael Gross The love between grandfather and grandson is overflowing in these pictures. Fortunate to have the time and memories to reflect on.
      • November 10, 2020