Wayne Osterhoff

Wayne Osterhoff

Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
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Wayne A. Osterhoff Jr., 66, of Streamwood, died January 29, 2020. Wayne was the beloved husband of Theresa nee Sheridan; loving father of Chris; proud grandfather of Violet, Drake and Harmony; fond brother of Margaret (Francisco), Mary (Glen) and the late Valeta (Vic) and Nadine; the much loved son of the late Rita and Wayne Osterhoff Sr. and a loving uncle to many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews, all of whom he said were his favorite.

Wayne was born on July 10, 1953 in Chicago, IL. In 1976 Wayne married his best friend Theresa and have been married for 44 years. In that same year Wayne began working at the Amtrak Rail Yards in Chicago, IL, located at 16th St and 21 St, where he stayed until 1991. In October of 1999 Wayne started his own business Braytech, Inc, which he owned until February of 2018.

Wayne had much love for his loud rock and roll music, his fast classic hot rod cars and his three dogs Bud, Cracker and Buttercup.

In lieu of flowers the family ask you to please make a donation to a Cancer research foundation of your choice or to Boxer Rebound in Ringwood, IL.
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Therese Billy-Covington

Posted at 08:58pm
Uncle Andy, it’s hard to believe you’re not here. I’ll have to rely on my memory for you wisdom and your best jokes. I miss you so very much. Watch over us all please, especially Aunt Terry. I admired you both all my life. You guys had a love for the ages. I was Blessed to see it. Until we meet again, Rest In Heavenly Peace. Love ~Therese #YesSirKing

Cindy cooper

Posted at 09:57pm
Rest in heaven aunle andy . Tell everyone hi for me . Until we meet again. I love you . I miss you already

Karen Circelli

Posted at 08:03am
Dear Theresa and family,
I am so sorry for your loss and I will pray for you and his family to have strength at this very difficult time. Karen Circelli

Dawn Hagerty

Posted at 07:52pm
I always wanted you to be proud of me. I like to hope you were, maybe. It's difficult to put into words what I want to say. You didn't know the impact you had. The last few years have been difficult, but I love you. Always have, always will.

Vicki Wysong

Posted at 06:02pm
Uncle Andy! . I loved being Able to come to your house and spend the weekend with you and Aunt Terry. You left us to soon. I will miss you a lot. I love you.

Theresa Osterhoff Posted at 12:36pm

He had a heart of gold and would give the shirt off his back and expect nothing in return from anyone . He loved to helped others but wouldn’t accept help himself . He loved to drive and travel the open roads , he loved to watch the sunrise and loved to watch a hard rain storm. He loved animals especially his dogs . He enjoyed planting his vegetables every spring and harvesting them come the fall .strong in his beliefs and stubborn as a mule . My best friend , my husband , my soul mate . I will forever love you . May you Rest In Peace and no more suffering .

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