Tonawanda News

Obituaries

January 20, 2014

Wayne "Rabbit" Richards

NORTH TONAWANDA —

Wayne "Rabbit" Richards, passed away on January 15, 2014 at Niagara Hospice House. He was a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda. Wayne is survived by his two loving daughters, Ashley and Lindsey, Debbie, Ma Ma Jack and his pal, Ralphie. Son to William and the late Patricia Richards. Brother to David (Brenda) and Donald (Lori) Richards. Wayne was a loving uncle to David, Jr., Jason, Lacey, Chris and Nathan.
Wayne enjoyed all sports, scuba diving, darts and horse shoes. He was also a collector and member of the Antique Telephone Collectors Association. Wayne fought a courageous battle and peacefully succumbed to cancer at Niagara Hospice House.
At Wayne's request there will be no services but a celebration of life at a later date. Donations can be made in Wayne's memory to  Niagara Hospice Alliance, 4675 Sunset Drive, Lockport, NY 14094-1231.
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