Waynalea Salisbury

Waynalea Salisbury

Waynalea Salisbury, 66, a former resident of Valley Head, and for the past several years, a resident of Nella’s Nursing Home, passed from this life Friday, August 9, 2019, at the nursing home. Waynalea was born Friday, October 10, 1952, in Elkins, a daughter of the late Wayne Edward Salisbury and Marylea Waggy Salisbury. She was never married. Besides her parents, Waynalea was preceded in death by her only sister, Bernice Mae Brown. Left to cherish Waynalea’s memory is one nephew, Jerald Dean Brown and wife Debbie, of Valley Bend; one niece, Christa Deann Licwov and husband Vincent, of East Dailey; one great-nephew, J.D. Brown, two great-nieces, Allison Deann Channell and husband Aaron and Madison Leann Licwov and fiancé, Hunter Carr, one great-great-nephew, Elliott Matthew Channell, and one brother in law, Jerry Dean Brown of Ohio. Due to physical limitations, Waynalea wasn’t able to attend school, but she stilled learned many things throughout her life. She enjoyed working jigsaw puzzles, working on craft projects, making potholders, and being outdoors. She also enjoyed attending church with her family. A graveside service will be held at Swecker Cemetery at Brady Gate on Thursday, August 15, 2019, at 11 AM. Rev Leon Brown will officiate and interment will follow.
October 10, 1952 - August 9, 201910/10/195208/09/2019
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Pamela Kelley
August 20, 2019
My Birthday Gal, she was so excited when I told her we shared the same birthday, I will miss this sweet lady, she was so much fun
Dianah Taylor
August 14, 2019
I loved Waynalea very much. She called me Mom, and I enjoyed taking care of her at Nellas. I will miss her very much! ~Dianah Taylor CNA 3-11
Ginny underwood
August 14, 2019
She will be forever missed .she was such a sweet lady with an infectious laugh...she occasionally called me by my name but in her eyes I was Mary to her..she was one special lady. May God bless you..