MANCHESTER, NH – Wayne Alan Marcoux, 67, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Manchester. He was born on January 15, 1950 in Manchester to the late Ronald and Ann (Christian) Marcoux.
He was a graduate of Memorial High School before receiving his associate’s degree in Industrial Electricity. He was a gifted master furniture maker for the vast majority of his life. He was lucky enough to have turned his passion into a career where he won countless awards for his unique style and beautiful pieces of art. Wayne was a juried member in the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, past President of the Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers, and a Master with the New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association. He was a kind and generous man who enjoyed a good political conversation and spending time with his close friends and family.
He was predeceased by his brother Richard R. Marcoux of Manchester.
He is survived by his daughter Casey Ann (Marcoux) DeYoung and her husband Jonathan R. DeYoung of Raymond, NH; his beloved grandchildren Kyle Patrick O’Flaherty, Ryleigh Ann O’Flaherty, and Jaxon Richard DeYoung all of Raymond, NH; his former wife Leslie Dyment of Concord, NH; his nephews Jeffrey and Matthew Marcoux of Manchester, NH; his brother Brian Marcoux, niece Dawn Mitchell and nephew Ronnie Marcoux; and some very close friends who were more like family – you know who you are.
Services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. However, there will be a celebration of life planned for the many people who loved and respected him. For those interested in making a donation in Wayne’s honor, he was a proud supporter of the Liberty House in Manchester, NH.