Allen Wayne Vyvial

Allen Wayne Vyvial, of Santa Fe, Texas (formerly La Marque, Texas) passed away on October 1, 2021.  He was born in Galveston, Texas on January 31, 1952 to Helen Loraine (McDonald) and Allen Vyvial.

Wayne graduated from La Marque High School in 1970, and attended and played baseball at Texas A&M in his college years. He was later employed in the oil and gas industry and operated and owned AWV Construction.

Wayne is preceded in death by his father Allen Vyvial and granddaughter, Jaycee Martinez.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory, his wife of 47 years, Cynthia (Weaver) Vyvial; mother, Loraine Vyvial; daughters, Carrie Vyvial of Santa Fe, Kelly Owens (Wesley) of Friendswood, Courtney Morgan (Shawn) of Santa Fe and Kristen Womack (Alan) of Santa Fe; grandchildren, Jayden Martinez, Tristan Dobson, Caden Cannon, Traven Morgan, Talan Morgan, Jaylen Martinez, Keegan Owens, Olivia Owens and Kalan Womack and great-grandchild, Raylon Jay, sisters-in law Jackie Cornelius (Jeff) of Santa Fe, Sherry Weaver of Texas City, and his dearest friend who was like a brother, Clay Givens of Katy.

Wayne never met a stranger and leaves behind so many close friends.

Wayne’s athletic abilities led him to a life of enjoying the sport of baseball/softball, but his love for people led him to a life of leadership and coaching. He was a mentor and father figure to so many. His ability to see people and encourage was like no other. So much so, that he could tell you a specific play from 25 years ago and everything that happened in that moment. Wayne also had a love for barbecuing and spent many cook-off nights nurturing a brisket to perfection. But, more than anything, Wayne was a family man. He loved and lived for his family. He didn’t do too much without his wife, Cindy, and he leaves behind an amazing legacy within his girls and grandchildren that will be forever cherished.

In his honor a visitation will be held, Monday, October 11, 2021 at 11:00 am in the Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas. A funeral service will follow the visitation at 12:00 pm.

11 comments

  1. Wayne was a great guy guy I like him a lot he was very nice to me

    Randy Gripon
  2. Our very sincere sympathy.
    May God bless his family.

    Dr. Keith & Diane Bellamy
  3. I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with the Vyvial family.

    Martha
  4. Our sincere sympathy to Cindy, Loraine & all of Wayne’s family. Our prayers are with you.
    Ruby & Henry Wulf

    Ruby Wulf
  5. My deepest condolences. He will be missed. I pray for comfort for you all. RIP Wayne.

    Darlene Frankovich
  6. I met Wayne and his dad when I worked at Slone Lhmber Co and what a joy it was to always talk with them both. My husband and I got to visit with Wayne, wife and his parents at youth basketball games. My husband and Wayne both had a love for Mustangs. May Gods peace be upon the Vyvial family.

    Gail & Mike Honeycutt
  7. So sorry for your loss! Sending prayers 🙏🕯

    C
  8. Prayers for all of you today and in the days to come! May God grant all of you peace and comfort. R.I.P Wayne I will cherish our memories as cousins forever!

    Karen Corn
  9. I knew Wayne since high school and we worked together for many years with girls softball both in Santa Fe and LaMarque…I never met a nicer guy than Wayne. Nor have I known a more dedicated man to family…work..softball…friendship…you will be dearly missed Wayne
    ..RIP..

    John Priddy
  10. To Cindy, along with all those who miss Wayne the most, may God’s matchless grace, mercy and peace be yours in abundance………….Matthew 11:28 – 30.

    Jim Martin
  11. We were roommates at Texas A & M a long time ago. He was a great friend who was loved by everyone that knew him. I was a few years older than Wayne and when we decided to go to A & M his father told me to look after him. I did the best I could.
    Raymond Honc Thursday, 13 October 2021 Class of 1967

    Raymond Honc

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