Wayne Donald Milner

Wayne Donald Milner, of Kemah, passed away on Thursday, October 7, 2021 in Nassau Bay, Texas at the age of 82. He was born on April 16, 1939 in Hammond, Indiana to Donald and Pauline Milner.

Worked in Human Resources and Public Relations for E.I. Dupont Chemical Company and retired after 35 years of service. After retirement, he worked many interesting jobs. But the one closest to his heart was working for the Galveston County Health Department as a compliance officer.

At the age of 18, he joined the Naval Reserves and was stationed at Great Lakes, Il.

Wayne had a great passion for boating. He grew up living near a lake and had his first boat at a very early age. He continued to own his own boat throughout his life. And in recent years spent many hours of pleasure and relaxation sitting on the shoreline or a boat dock watching all of the activities and bringing back memories of his own time on the water or water skiing.
He loved his family dearly and loved spending time with them.

Survived by his wife Irene Milner, daughters Kim Milner and Barb Whitted, grandchildren Lauren Whitted and Kyle Whitted and his dog Bella.

A Grave Side Ceremony will be held on Monday, October 11, 2021 at 10:00am at Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery, 330 Berry Ln, Georgetown, TX 78626.


  1. My prayers and thoughts are with your family. I have many great memories with your family when we were younger. Your dad was an awesome man.

    Tania Mackey
  2. * my friend had special way of showing his admiration.
    He spoke in a way that could capture your heart and
    Make you feel like you were on top of the world.
    He was fortunate to have a dedicated family that stood
    By him through his trials of healing situations.
    I feel he also shared his love of the water with his
    grandson and my son which led to them both to
    Graduate from Texas A+M Galveston.
    He will be missed by many and he live on in our hearts.
    May God bless his soul. Love ❤️ Patti Mitchell

    Patricia Lynn Mitchell
  3. So very sorry for you loss. Prayers for the family in this difficult time.

    Tracy Sekula
  4. I remember Wayne as a courteous gentleman. He always had something pleasant to say upon greeting you. He did love his grandchildren very much and was so proud of them. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Irene, Kim, Barb, Lauren, and Kyle and extended family and friends of Wayne.

    Nancy and Billy Nevill and family, and
    Buddy Whitted

    Nancy and Billy Nevill, Buddy Whitted
  5. *My friend Mr. Wayne, such a nice man to me.
    He had a way of making me feel special. His words gave
    Me confidence and e
    Worth. His love for the sea was passed to hi
    Grandson and my son as well. That directed
    Them both to Texas A & M Galveston.
    Sea Aggies. He was fortunate to have a loving family
    That cared for him through his medical care and life.
    May the Lord bless and keep him in His loving care
    Forever. With love ❤️ Patti

    Patricia Lynn Mitchell

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