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Sarah Nusser

Wayne Hultquist

December 15, 1968 - June 14, 2022

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Wayne Hultquist . Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. We will update obituary and support links as they are created. Thank you for...  see more

December 15, 1968 – June 14, 2022Bruce Wayne Hultquist Jr.  passed away suddenly in a tragic vehicle accident on June 14,  2022 at the age of 53.Wayne was born December 15, 1968, to Bruce and Darlene  Brock Hultquist in Freeport, Texas. He was big brother to Wendy and attended schools in Friendswood and Austin prior to relocating with his family to Colorado where he participated in soccer, Little League baseball, football, hockey, and...  see more
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  • LeAnn Strahan
    Gosh so many precious memories with Wayne, Wendy, Scott, and Erica....Every summer trip and most Christmases - summer box office movies, 4th of July fireworks at the mall, Gatti's pizza, and anything else we could find to pass the time together. One of...  more
  • Chloe Stoops
    This picture was shared by Wayne's Uncle. This is baby Wayne, sitting on top of Larry's Vette and hearing his mommy's voice behind him.
  • Leeanne/Aaron Brown
    As another cousin of Wayne's I can echo some of what was already posted. We haven't been in touch much lately, though I did get to meet up with him on a 2015 business trip. It was really the most time I had spent with his family. I truly appreciate the...  more
  • Walter Warren
    Wayne was a salt-of-the-earth, grounded, rock-steady man, an excellent Dad, an understated fellow, with a huge heart and huge southern smile that drew everyone in. I'm lucky to have known him as a brother in law for so many years. I will miss his sheepish laugh.
  • Megan Wekell
  • Erika Hultquist
    Wayne was my “cool” older cousin. He loved to make people happy.He was charismatic and fun. He was caring and protective; and made sure my brother didn’t exclude me all the time. If he had to put up with Wendy, Scott had to put up with me.
    Some of...  more
  • Tina Jones
    I had the pleasure of meeting Wayne through his son and the first thing I noticed was how incredibly patient and kind he was. It was obvious how much he adored his family and wanted the best for them. I always admired the way he would take his time to...  more
  • Shana Radach
    I knew Wayne through his boys. I've had the pleasure of working with and knowing them for four years now. Wayne was a dedicated dad and eventually, quite the conversationalist with me. Wayne talked about his family, the dynamic between them all, and his...  more
  • Ellen Skugstad
    Sarah and I worked together for over 3 years and she was and is full of shenanigans, laughter and love. Her fun, laughter and love spilled over onto everyone she touched and especially her boys and husband Wayne. She was so transparent regarding her...  more
  • Laura Arnold
    I worked with Wayne at Home Depot for 3 years. He welcomed everyone who felt overwhelmed or lost. When I heard about his passing a very specific set of memories came up for me. I've always struggled with being alone and not having an other half in love....  more
  • Scott Hultquist
    If Wayne liked it, I liked it. If Wayne did it, I did it too. Growing up, Wayne was my hero. I was always just a half step behind, just a little in his shadow and that was a great place to be. Music, cars, fishing, airplanes, tractors, we loved them...  more
  • Jennifer Parsons
    Over the last 14 years I have had the privilege of meeting and spending quality family time with Wayne through his sister-in-law Chloe, wife Sarah, and extended family. He always had a smile for us. I have so many memories of how much he doted on Sarah...  more
  • Chloe Stoops
    I'm so honored to have known Wayne and have him as my brother-in-law. His tremendous love for his family spilled into care for my children and warm hugs on holidays. He was funny, had a wonderful laugh, and was a wonderful role model. He will be missed...  more
  • Rachael Wilson
    Our heart breaks for the pain you are going through. Jerry and I are so sorry for your loss and will keep you in our prayers. You always spoke of Wayne with such love and pride that we felt as if we had met him.
  • Bobby Self
    Please know that you and Bruce are in our prayers. Long, long distance hugs coming your way.
  • Gayle  Hultquist
    We are so devastated by losing our beloved nephew, Wayne. Sarah, Greg, & Billy and the Devine family, our broken hearts are with you. This picture was taken in 1979 at our Hultquist family cabin in Texas of our son and Wayne. Scott says that his...  more
  • Tina (Gerard) Stansberry
    I'm so sorry for your loss. I went to High School with Wayne and played in the band together.
  • Jana Gangwish
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  • Leah Williams
    I am so very sorry for your loss. He was such an incredible man. We worked together at Home Depot in the hardware department and I will never forget how friendly he was and how he took me under his wing. I was 19 years old and didn't know much about...  more
  • Melinda McBride
  • Vivian Winningham-Brennan
    I'm so sorry for your loss. I wish you strength in this unimaginably difficult time.

    I didn't know Wayne well, and haven't talked to him in about 17 years. We worked together briefly at Home Depot. I just remember him being one of my favorite people....  more
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