Kenneth Wayne Luther

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“Debbie and Kenneth, I want to express how shocked I was to hear of Wayne's passing, What a shock. I still can not believe it. I would call Wayne on...Read More »
1 of 40 | Posted by: Catherine Moore - Mount Pleasant, SC

“Tonight I was speaking with Dave Taylor and he informed me of Wayne's passing which I was totally beside myself. During Covid-19 restrictions, when...Read More »
2 of 40 | Posted by: Donna Sanderson Davidson - AL

“Debbie-We just learned of Wayne´s passing and are so sorry (and shocked). Please know you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. We have...Read More »
3 of 40 | Posted by: Debbi and Jerry Zimmerman

“I was so sorry to learn of Wayne's passing. I had lost touch with Wayne as I have with so many folks that meant a lot to me. Although Wayne worked...Read More »
4 of 40 | Posted by: Dennis Clark - North Charleston, SC

“To Debbie and Family, I was so sad to hear of Wayne's passing. He was always so kind to me. He was a wonderful man who loved life. So sorry for your...Read More »
5 of 40 | Posted by: Maureen Catenacci White

“Mr. Wayne was good people. I´m so grateful to have enjoyed his friendship. He will be so missed by all. ”
6 of 40 | Posted by: Paige Mathias

“Many fun memories. Deepest sympathy and much love to Kenneth and family. ”
7 of 40 | Posted by: Alison Rhodes

“I remember when I first met Wayne Luther. I had got out of the Navy a year earlier and decided To go back in the Military, but wanted to be a Combat...Read More »
8 of 40 | Posted by: William Ferguson

“Find peace my friend. Thank you for the opportunities. You are one of a kind. It was an honor and a pleasure to have known you. ”
9 of 40 | Posted by: Steve Massingale

“So sorry to have heard of Wayne´s transition. He was a very gregarious and kind person who treated us with dignity and respect whenever we visited...Read More »
10 of 40 | Posted by: Ron and Sonji Brown

“I was so sorry to learn of Wayne's passing...Rest in peace brother.. ”
11 of 40 | Posted by: John Kirk - Blythewood, SC

“Sending you our deepest sympathies for your loss. Wayne was an amazing man who will be truly missed. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your...Read More »
12 of 40 | Posted by: Rob & Christy Rasp

“Thankful to have known Wayne. He always had a big smile and "Hey Girl!" for me everytime I saw him. He will be missed, but never forgotten - he...Read More »
13 of 40 | Posted by: Kathy Daehn - Family

“My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family and Friends. Mr. Wayne will be missed. ”
14 of 40 | Posted by: Robin Griffin Richardson

“I met Wayne when I was working at Mistral over twenty years ago. He was always so kind to those of us that worked there. When I took the bar and...Read More »
15 of 40 | Posted by: John Duffy - Charleston, SC

“Debbie I am just heartbroken to hear about Mr Wayne. You and your family are in our prayers. Mr Wayne was such a wonderful man and always had a smile...Read More »
16 of 40 | Posted by: Haralson Sandra - Friend

“We are so saddened to hear about Wayne's passing. Our condolences to all his friends and family. ”
17 of 40 | Posted by: Stephanie Shieder (Taylor) - SC

“Rest in Peace, Wayne. Thank you for the years of friendship, fellowship and laughter. Prayers lifted for you, your family and friends... 'Til we meet...Read More »
18 of 40 | Posted by: Denny Sherrod - upstate, SC

“Rest in peace, and may the lord protect in heaven.will miss you my dear friend. ”
19 of 40 | Posted by: Peter Duffy

“To Debbie and family we a truly sorry for your loss. We loved you both like family. We are truly going to miss that big smile he always had. ”
20 of 40 | Posted by: Ricky and Donna Hioot

“Wayne was a Court Security Officer for the Federal Court in Charleston while I was an Assistant Federal Public Defender. He always treated me with...Read More »
21 of 40 | Posted by: Bib Haley - Ravenel, SC - Friend

“Debbie I was so very saddened to hear of your loss. Wayne was a wonderful man and friend. He will certainly be missed. It breaks my heart that you...Read More »
22 of 40 | Posted by: Sharon Owens

“What a loss.... Wayne was such a good friend to so many. I pray God will comfort you Debbie during this time of terrible grief. ”
23 of 40 | Posted by: Donna Evans

“I knew Wayne in high school. He was a nice guy, and I am so sorry to learn of his passing. I thank him for his service to our country. Terry Stone ”
24 of 40 | Posted by: Terry Stone - Alto, GA

“So sorry to hear the news about Wayne. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. ”
25 of 40 | Posted by: Donna & Rick Kellahan

“So sorry to hear about Wayne. Our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. ”
26 of 40 | Posted by: Donna & Rick Kellahan

“My prayers go out to the family at this time we have truly lost a great person ”
27 of 40 | Posted by: Sergeant Samuel Ravenel

“I am so sorry for your loss ,will keep you and yours in my prayers. ”
28 of 40 | Posted by: Linda Jones

“To Wesley and Clare:Wishing you peace, comfort and hope in the midst of your sorrow. Our deepest sympathy.Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall...Read More »
29 of 40 | Posted by: Office of Instructional Materials South Carolina Department of Education - SC

“Sorry to hear about Wayne you will be missed. Debbie you are in our hearts, thoughts and prayers ”
30 of 40 | Posted by: Robby Holsclaw

“I am sorry to hear of Wayne´s passing He was good man and loved by many Blessings to Debbie and family John Sullivan ”
31 of 40 | Posted by: John Sullivan

“Debbie, I am so very, very sorry. Actually, shocked would be more like it. Prayers for you and all of the family. I know those grandkids are going to...Read More »
32 of 40 | Posted by: Carol Guerry Pierce - SC - Friend

“Wayne was a great South Carolina statesman. A true friend indeed. I worked with Wayne as a fellow Trooper. He will be missed. Wayne thank you for...Read More »
33 of 40 | Posted by: Frank Dabney - Coworker

“Wayne was a great South Carolina statesman. A true friend indeed. I worked with Wayne as a fellow Trooper. He will be missed. Wayne thank you for...Read More »
34 of 40 | Posted by: Frank Dabney - Coworker

“Great Friend and a Great guardsman. ”
35 of 40 | Posted by: Chris Black - SUMTER, SC

“My sincere condolences to the entire Luther family. He was a friend for almost forty years. May he rest in eternal peace. Till we meet again brother...Read More »
36 of 40 | Posted by: Raymond Wright - CHARLESTON

“Please accept my heart felt sympathies for your loss. Debbie, words cannot express my feelings and how sorry I am to hear this news. He was a great...Read More »
37 of 40 | Posted by: AUDREY HASELDEN - CHARLESTON, SC

“Serving in the military with Wayne was an honor and a privilege. Wayne was a good friend and had an awesome sense of humor. He could always make me...Read More »
38 of 40 | Posted by: Tim Webb - Camden, SC

“I am a cousin on his Mom's side. Haven't seen him in a while but remember him fondly and loved him dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. ”
39 of 40 | Posted by: Susie Queensberry - Amherst, VA

“My sincere sympathies to the family. Debbie I am so sorry we have never met. I will miss talking with Wayne and wish you two could have come to VA...Read More »
40 of 40 | Posted by: Nancy Banton - Amherst, VA

Kenneth Wayne Luther, 76, of Awendaw, South Carolina, entered into eternal rest Wednesday, April 28, 2021. His Funeral Service will be held Saturday, May 1, 2021 in J. Henry Stuhr Inc., Mount Pleasant Chapel, 1494 Mathis Ferry Road at 1:00 pm. Interment will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, 604 Fort Johnson Rd, Charleston, SC. All Highway Patrol Officers and National Guardsmen in attendance are asked to serve as honorary pallbearers. The family will receive friends Friday, April 30, 2021 in Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

Wayne was born January 15, 1945 in Charleston, South Carolina, son of the late Theodore R. Luther and Mary Glover Luther. He retired from the US Army National Guard after proudly serving for 33 years. He also retired from the SC State Highway Patrol and US Marshal's Service. He was a member of the Omar Shrine Center, Mason Lodge #396, Washington Light Infantry, and Sumter Guard. He was a life member of the Marion Marauders Society.

Wayne will be truly missed by everyone. His family and all who knew him will cherish his memory. He will never be forgotten.

He is survived by his son, Kenneth Wayne Luther, Jr. (Alicia) and grandsons, Lawson, Alex, and Gaines; brother, Wesley Luther (Clare) and nieces, Rebecca Jones (Adam) and Charlotte Bull (Chris); life partner, Deborah McNeill Lybrand and family, Amber Carrey, Michael Lybrand, Christopher Lybrand, and 8 grandchildren, Dylan, Mason, Madison, Morgan, Reagan, Layla Kate, Abigail, and Charlie.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Greenville Shriners Hospital for Children, 950 W Faris Rd, Greenville, SC 29605,