Talent will be sorely missed

LETTER

Re: Gisborne man killed in Opotiki crash, March 11 story.

Wayne, I didn’t know you personally but during my many years in the retail and fashion industry I certainly knew the canvas upon which you performed your art.

You were a skilled professional and your talent will be sorely missed. But more than that, you will be so missed by Sue and Charley. They are the ones who are most affected and will miss you to the greatest degree.

My sincerest condolences to you both. How lucky were you to have had this man in your life.

Please remember, life is not eternal but love is.

Mike Mulrooney​

Re: Gisborne man killed in Opotiki crash, March 11 story.

Wayne, I didn’t know you personally but during my many years in the retail and fashion industry I certainly knew the canvas upon which you performed your art.

You were a skilled professional and your talent will be sorely missed. But more than that, you will be so missed by Sue and Charley. They are the ones who are most affected and will miss you to the greatest degree.

My sincerest condolences to you both. How lucky were you to have had this man in your life.

Please remember, life is not eternal but love is.

Mike Mulrooney​

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