Wayne V. Hancock

Wayne Vernon Hancock, 69, of here passed away on Sunday, July 30, 2017 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake after a courageous three year plus battle with cancer.

Born in Salisbury on March 27, 1948, he was the son of the late Norris and Mary B. Hancock. Wayne worked as a press operator for 32 years at Dresser and also several years at Manokin Manor in Princess Anne. He was a member of Antioch U.M. Church, American Legion Post 94 and former member of the Maryland National Guard in Crisfield. He was an avid train buff, especially model railroading.

Wayne is survived by his loving sister, Jean H. Northam and her husband Charles “Tommy” Northam  of Princess Anne, Uncle and Aunt,  Floyd and Betty Hancock, special extended family members and several cousins.

A funeral service is scheduled for 2:00 P.M. Friday, August 4, 2017 at Hinman Funeral Home, P.A., 11673 Somerset Ave., Princess Anne, Md. with a visitation one hour prior to the service. Pastor Jamie DeVaughn will officiate and interment will be in Beechwood Cemetery in Princess Anne.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Antioch U.M. Church – Sharing and Caring Fund, P.O. Box 297, Princess Anne, Md. 21853

2 comments to Wayne V. Hancock

  • Courtney Pittman

    Mr. Wayane ,

    it wasn’t a day that went by and we didn’t talk in McDonald’s lobby about hotdogs in the park, the weather , My Job or what we were doing for the weekend. it was always great to walk in there and see your smiling face. An then we found out that we were each other neighbors! i would always say to my self he is truly a god sent angel. Thank u for always being so nice to me and always greeting me with a smile and a wave. God has truly gain a awesome angel ! Rest now and ill make sure the next hotdogs in the park ill eat one just for you !!

    Sincerely yours ,
    Your from friend from McDonald’s in princess Anne

  • Williams Family

    To the family of Wayne Hancock:
    I was saddened to read of the loss of your loved one.
    When we lose our loved one in death it is the most difficult
    time in our life. However, there is loving
    comfort in Psalms 55:22 “throw your burden on God
    and he will sustain you..” Yes, no matter what you are facing
    God is there to help you get through it. May you continue to
    have the love and support from family and friends. I sincerely
    hope that this Bible message brings you
    a measure of comfort during this difficult time.

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