Wayne Galbraith

Wayne Zobell Galbraith

Friday, July 26th, 1946 - Thursday, September 3rd, 2020
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Wayne Z. Galbraith
19946 – 2020
Hamilton, MO- Wayne Zobell Galbraith, 74, of Hamilton, passed away September 3, 2020. Wayne was born July 26, 1946 to Garth and Ella (Zobell) Galbraith in Raymond Alberta Canada.
He married Cynthia Lynn Mason September 6, 1973 in Manti, Utah.
Wayne graduated from Brigham Young University, Provo Utah, with a bachelors degree in Sociology. He taught in the Cameron Missouri school district for many years. He was a member of the Farwest Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
He is survived by his wife Cindy of the home; 7 sons, Mark (Amber) Galbraith, Seth (Sarah) Galbraith, Ammon (Cyndi) Galbraith, Jarom (Rosie) Galbraith, all of Hamilton, Caleb (Erin) Galbraith, Kingston, MO Nathanial Galbraith, Kansas City, MO, Jacob of the home; 4 daughters, Rachel (R.J.) Rowley, Bloomington, IL, Bekah (Ryan) Eivins, Liberty, MO, Ruth (Andrew) Wold, Lehi, UT, Sarah (Bruce) Richardson, Kansas City, MO; 52 grandchildren; 3 brothers Albert (Betty) Galbraith, Raymond Alberta Canada, Layton (Rose) Galbraith, Rio Rancho, NM, Roy (Melanie) Galbraith, Bountiful, UT; sister, Virginia Lewis, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.
Wayne is a devoted disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ. As a young man he served a mission among the Navajo Indians teaching the gospel. Six of his sons have served missions and his youngest son who has Down Syndrome spreads the love of Christ wherever he goes. Wayne's desire is for all of his grandsons to serve the Lord as missionaries and granddaughters as well. If any feel inclined to donate to the family missionary memorial fund, he would be pleased and grateful.
Private graveside services will be held Friday, September 11, 2020 at the Kidder, Cemetery , Kidder, MO.
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Arrangements under the direction of Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron, MO.
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    Kidder Cemetery
    KIDDER, MO 64649
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    Bishop John Dawson


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Steve ZoBell

Posted at 12:13pm
Wayne is my first cousin. My father was the youngest in the family of Walter and Charlotte ZoBell, and Aunt Ella, Wayne's mother, was the second youngest, so they were very close. I loved affiliating with my cousins as I was growing up. Galbraith's usually lived in hard to reach places (for us) so we didn't see them much. But when we did, I loved being with them. Wayne was a great older cousin and had a good influence on me. I remember, after my marriage, Barb and I going to visit Wayne and Cindy who were much further advanced than us on the marriage path. They were so kind and hospitable.

Unfortunately, over time we all got busy in our own worlds and lost tract.

But Barb and I want to say, Cindy and family, we offer our regrets for your loss. No doubt your strong faith will sustain you in the long run, but there are still the nights to get through in your new world. We pray that your loneliness will be filled with happy memories, gospel hope and a strong belief that our Savior is there to comfort you. Wayne is there. Very close. Probably on some committee.

May God bless you.

Steve and Barb ZoBell

Betty Cruse

Posted at 02:00pm
My condolences to family. Wayne and I worked together many years ago in the Department of Corrections. May God give you peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. I know that Wayne is in the presence of our Heavenly Father. God Bless each and every one of you. Betty Cruse.

Phyllis Moore

Posted at 11:22pm
If you could bottle warmth... well Wayne must have used it as a splash on before he went out for the day. Just being around him was like coming home.. We won’t cry for you Wayne, we know you’re living in the presence of the Great I Am! We may cry for ourselves though as we no longer have you for. ourselves. Love to all you Galbraiths, we know your sorrow and hold you up.

Josh, Paul and all of us at Empowered Electric

Posted at 09:26am
Dear Galbraith Family, All of us are thinking of you during this time, and we are sending our most heartfelt condolences. Our prayers are with you.
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