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Wayne F. Massing July 29, 1947 - March 21, 2022

Date of Funeral

April 2, 2022

Wayne F. Massing, age 74, of Southaven, passed away on Monday, March 21, 2022, at Baptist DeSoto Hospital. He was born on July 29, 1947, to the late Asa and Edna (Sullivan) Massing.

Wayne spent his working years as an Investment Banker. He enjoyed deer hunting and golfing. He had a love for 80s music and tv show Law and Order. Mr. Massing was a huge fan of motorcycles. He also spent many years as a member of Patriots Guard Riders (PGR), attending the funerals of members of the U.S. military and first responders at the invitation of the decedent’s family.

Wayne will be remembered by his wife of 42 loving years Janie Massing, two sons; David Massing (Kelly) & Alan Massing (Caitlin Cox), one daughter; Tiffany Givens (Chris), His four grandchildren; Aubrey Massing, Reese Massing, Sawyer Massing, Ryker Givens & many special friends.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, April 02, 2022, at 3:30 pm followed by a Memorial Service at 4:00 pm. All services will be held in the Chapel of Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, April 02, 2022, at 3:30 pm followed by a Memorial Service at 4:00 pm. All services will be held in the Chapel of Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home.

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    Doug Hardin says

    Wayne and I worked together at the old Union Planters National Bank in the early 70’s. Just a few minutes ago, his name came into my mind and I decided to ‘search’ for him, which led me to this. He was a super good man and an excellent representative of the bank. In those days he was a part of the new department of the bank called ‘Customer Services. Our focus was providing automated accounting services to smaller banks in the mid-south area, using the night hours to process those bank’s transactions. He was a graduate of Miss. State….a truly good family man and someone whose friendship I enjoyed. Though the last time we were together (I was leaving the bank to enter seminary) was in 1974 but I never forgot this fun loving, adventurous guy. I am sad to know that he is no longer near, and sad that I did not search for him earlier. My great hope is that his family will see this and that my condolences will add to those who were blessed to have him as a part of their circle of friends.

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    Aaron Hascher says

    RIP “Thumper”. You were a good neighbor and great friend over the years. There are only a few people I know that love to ride as much as you did everyday. Thank you for showing me so much of the backroads of NW Mississippi. You will be missed by many. Save a seat at the table, my friend.

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