Wayne was born in Salinas, CA and moved to Lubbock, TX shortly after. He always claimed to be a native Texan. He started his career in retail working for Clark’s Discount and transitioned to TG&Y where he managed many stores throughout Eastern New Mexico and West Texas. In 1985 he started his own business, L & S Enterprises. L&S Enterprises evolved over the years into a successful masonry and mortar restoration company. His grandson, Brant Williamson, is carrying on the family business and the legacy that Wayne built.
Wayne loved to tell stories, especially about the cars that he has owned including his first car – a brand new canary yellow 442 up to his last sports car, a 1998 Convertible Corvette.
Wayne had a love of music. He loved to sing and had quite the booming voice. He and his wife Dorothy Scarber would frequent the area small town Jamborees, especially the one in Meadow, TX. He and Dorothy frequented the local Sonic Drive Inn when all of the classic cars would gather, each wearing their matching black satin Corvette Jackets.
He was preceded in death by both parents Warren G and Christine Scarber.
His first wife, Judith Ann Biggs, second wife, Robyna Mae Melton and his sister, Carolyn Elaine Thompson.
He is survived by his wife Dorothy Scarber, Daughter – Kari Layne Williamson-Johnson and her husband Jeff, his granddaughter, Alexis Kailyn Sheets and her husband Joey, his grandson Brant Tyler Williamson and his Fiance Sabrina, and his nephews – Kenneth Thompson, Brian Thompson and Robert Thompson.
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