Wayne Blakely: Living Streams Mission Creator and Founder Obituary
From Wayne’s Wife, Mary
On September 27th, 2019 my husband Wayne passed from this life. His downward spiraling health and subsequent death was sudden and unexpected. He faithfully followed his own advice and convictions to the end, believing that he would be successful in reversing the damage of long-term untreated diabetes. Further details are considered private. He was 69 years old at his passing. Nobody could ever replace the contribution that came directly through Wayne. However he left a legacy of caring which we will endeavor to continue.
Living Streams Mission is a family-run business and we will continue to provide the life-giving probiotics you have come to know and appreciate. Our office staff is well-trained to assist in answering your product questions. They were trained by Wayne and know a lot about his recommendations. The rest of his family are well trained in the manufacturing and order-filling departments and we do not expect any delays in fulfilling your order expectations.
I know that many of you will also be deeply grieved at no longer having Wayne in your life. To you, we send our heartfelt thanks and pray that you might also be comforted by God during your grieving process.
In lieu of flowers or other forms of gifts, we would appreciate donations that will help us continue our mission to help those who cannot financially afford to purchase these products. The button to donate follows.
You can send comments and condolences through the “contact us” area of the website.
Gratefully yours in your continued health,
Mary and family
November 8, 2019 @ 4:01 pm Clyn Barber
I just learned of his passing as I have not been able to tune in or listen to the podcasts for a while. Wayne made such a contribution to mankind, possibly at the expense of his own personal health pouring his life into helping others. I will miss hearing his podcasts. I am glad that his family will be able to carry on his work and I wish them nothing but the best along with my condolences.