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Poplar Ward Church
Saturday July 31st, 2021

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Wayne Ray Law

On Wednesday, July 14, 2021, Wayne Law – Our Beloved Husband, Father, Papa, Son, Brother, Uncle, and Friend – passed away at the age of 47. He was born on September 15, 1973, in Ogden, UT to Don W. and Linda A. (Stone) Law. He worked at Hill Air Force Base, both as a sheet metal mechanic and an HVAC specialist. He started dating Kari in April of 1991; they were married on January 16, 1999, and raised three amazing children, Randi, Alexee, and Athena.

Wayne was a deeply committed family man; his family was his top priority, and any time spent with them was his favorite time. An outdoorsman through and through, Wayne also loved camping, hunting, fishing, and all things sand dunes; he was a Harley Davidson enthusiast and loved going on rides with Kari. Wayne was known as a jokester and a prankster, as well as the master of turning a 5 second story into 2 hours, but he was also compassionate and would do anything for anyone that needed help; even when he was sick, he wanted to be helping others.

Wayne is survived by his wife Kari Law, daughters Alexee (Luke) Bushnell and Athena Law, son Randi (Shaunna) Law, father Don W. Law, sisters Cheri (Eldon) Bailey and Jennifer Lee, and grandson Owen, as well as many nephews, nieces, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother Linda A. Law, grandmothers Jackie Stone and Fay Putnam, grandfathers Ray R. Law, Harry D. Stone and Gerald Putnam, uncles Dennis R. Law, Neil Howard and Don Jensen, aunts Joyce Howard and Aggie Jensen, and cousin Harry Howard.

His family will hold a celebration of his life on July 31, 2021, at 11 AM at the Poplar Ward church (2123 N 2000 W, Farr West, UT 84404).

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