Wayne E. Hutchinson Sr.

Wayne E. Hutchinson Sr.

Wayne E. Hutchinson Sr.


                Wayne E. Hutchinson, 92, passed away Monday, June 21, 2021 at his home in Bristol. Wayne was preceded in death by his wife Florence (Bessett) Hutchinson and Son Wayne Jr. and his sisters Helen and Gwenlyn.

                He was born on December 23, 1928 in Waterville the son of Harry and Marjorie (Clapper) Hutchinson.

                As a young adult he served in the United States Army, Korean War '51-'52. Upon moving to Bristol he was a Sawyer for Lathrops for many years and later  kept many Bristol business lawns beautifully manicured. Wayne enjoyed being outdoors, picnics with his family and taking them on Sunday drives. These past few years he looked forward to being taken on those Sunday drives and stopping for a creme along the way. He loved to talk about old vehicles and particularly enjoyed Chevy Impalas. Prior to Covid he looked forward to day visits to Project in Middlebury. 

                Wayne is survived by one sister Adeline Hutchinson; his daughter Brenda Hutchinson; his sons Randy Hutchinson, Steve Hutchinson, Mark Hutchinson and his wife Amanda; six grandchildren Steven Hutchinson, Chantal Peters, Aliah Montgomery, Madyson Hutchinson, Genysis Berube and Shayne Berube; six great grandchildren Gavin, Jocelynne, Aryanna, Sophia, Noah and Vivienne; several nieces and nephews.

                Services will be at a later date. To send online condolences to his family please visit www.brownmcclayfuneralhomes.com

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Rob Reiber
3 years ago

I am sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing, he was a wonderful person, quiet in his thoughts, but humorous and quick when you opened him up. I got to know Wayne through working at Elderly Services, frequently walking with him or sitting with him and getting him the paper. He never seemed particularly thrilled at being at Project, actually he mentioned many times how he wanted to get back into a job. Project being next to RK Miles, he offered them as a possible employer. Miles would have been lucky to have Wayne on their team. I suspect Wayne’s work ethic is far above today’s.
Peace be with all his family and especially Wayne!

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