Douglas “Wayne” Walden • December 24, 2020

Douglas “Wayne” Walden, 71, of Pensacola, passed away on December 24, 2020.
Wayne was born in Dothan, AL. He graduated from Wallace College. He worked for Colonial Bread/Earth Grains for over 20 years. Wayne was a veteran of the Vietnam War and served in the United States Army.
He is proceeded in death by Braxton C. Walden (father) and Betty “Sue” Walden (mother).
He is survived by his significant other, Brenda “Diana” Gaynor, a son Ashley Walden (Kaylan), daughter Amanda Meredith (Robert), stepdaughter Lori Pryitz (Chuck), stepson Eddie Patti (Laura), stepdaughter Maria Walker, stepson Ronnie Broxson (Sharon), sister-in-law Paula Branwell, and a brother Paul Walden (Debbie). He is also survived by his grandchildren Braxton, Colton, Rhiannon, Savannah, Johnathon, Isaac, Isaiah, Faith, Ariane, Eddie, Gage, Chad, Leah, Halle and great grandchildren Skylar, Serena and Ezekiel as well as various family in Georgia and Louisiana.
Wayne was a devoted father and grandfather. He enjoyed camping and spent much of his free time camping with Diana and his family. He was always there to lend a hand to any in need and will be greatly missed by all whose lives he touched.
Visitation will be held on Friday January 8 at 8 am at Pensacola Memorial Gardens with services to follow at 9 am.
In lieu of flowers the family has asked that donations be made to the grand-children’s college funds, you may contact the family directly for information.

  1. Lori Pyritz & Family says:

    Wayne was loved by all of us. He was a very giving man. He and my mom, Diana, regularly attended Sovereign Grace Baptist Church with us and was always willing to help anyone in need. You never had to ask. If they knew you needed help with something they just did it. I know my mom will miss him tremendously just as we all will. Praise God he is with our Lord and Savior. You will live forever in our hearts.

  2. Bud and Wynne Burrell says:

    We’ve been very blessed to have Wayne as a friend and brother for many years. We will miss his smile and kind disposition but only until we join him in the presence of our Great Lord and Savior.

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