Wendel M. Wasinger


Wendel M. Wasinger, 54, of Houston, died Sunday, April 6, 2014.

Wendel M. Wasinger, 54, of Houston, died Sunday, April 6, 2014.

He was born March 25, 1960, in Garden City, and was a 1979 graduate of Garden City High School.

Mr. Wasinger was a BMW automotive technician. He loved to hunt, especially pheasant, elk and deer, and had played softball for several years. He loved to ride his Indian motorcycle, participating in numerous Poker Runs. He loved boating and waterskiing, both barefoot and on a board.

He was truly loved and will be dearly missed by his family.

Survivors include a daughter, Jordyn T. Wasinger of Austin, Texas; four brothers, Leon Wasinger of Wichita, Philip Wasinger of Fairfax, Va., Kevin Wasinger of Hutchinson, and Ted Wasinger of New Mexico; and four sisters, Vivian Bulkley and Paulette Baughman, both of Garden City, Annette Frank of Copeland, and Nancy Estocado of Las Vegas. He was preceded in death by his parents, Inez Wasinger and William J. Wasinger of Garden City; and two brothers, Roger and Robert.

Carnes Funeral Home of Texas is handling arrangements.

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