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Murrell Wayne Marmon, Jr.

06/04/1962 - 01/06/2024

Murrell Wayne Marmon, Jr. was born June 4th, 1962 in Dallas, TX to Carole Ann Foley (Williamson) and Murrell Wayne Marmon, Sr. Wayne passed away January 6th, 2024 in Chandler, AZ. Wayne attended Ford High School in Quinlan, TX before studying agriculture at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX. Wayne never met a stranger and always lent a helping hand to anyone whenever he could. Wayne found his career passion in the garage door business and was the owner of Spring Master Garage Door Service of Chandler.

Wayne made the selfless decision of organ donation and continued to help people with the gift of life. His memory will live on in the hearts of all those who loved him.

Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, and baby brother, and is survived by his life long partner of 17 years Lorraine June of Gilbert, brothers Keith Marmon, Randy Marmon, sister Marissa Dollar, daughter Kydie Dillon, son Ty Marmon, bonus son Dee and daughter Shar. grandchildren Se’Nya, Maliqkai, KaeLoni, ZiKai, Kyrie, Mack’enzy, Blake, and extended family and friends.

John 14:27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.

Services will be determined at a later date.


  • I was honored to have Wayne as my brother. He was 14 months older than me. He was on the Quinlan Ford football team an in the FFA in high school. Both of us had to pick up hay in the field an stack it on a trailer after school. Some days it was just me since he had football practice. Later on as we got older Wayne was the supervisor over the agriculture department working in South Texas picking water melons. He had to over see the working crew an me while arranging motel rooms for everyone after work. Great job if your physical lying fit. Me I was fat but I suffered through it later on as we grew up more Wayne got married an had 2 kids. ( Ty ) an ( KYDIE ). He moved on to California an took his skills of Garage door experience an got a job with his friend CHRIS. Both work there for 5 yrs doing great. Wayne eventually came to ARIZONA where he met LORRAINE JUNE. This lady is smart an knows everything about book keeping an doing the paperwork to run a buisness. Wayne an Lorraine moved into a house in Chandler an eventually moved to Gilbert. Was in that house about 11ish yrs then moved a mile away to the house where Lorraine lives now. Want to say THANK YOU Wayne for being my brother. You gave me a lot. I just knew I could never give back the kindness you shown to me. You an Lorraine did a lot for me an I tried to give back what I could.I tried to do extra work for free on certain days to try an pay back your kindness. REST IN PEACE WAYNE. YOUR NOW WITH GRANDMA,GRANDPA,MOM,DAD,AN BROTHER STEPHEN.

  • Wayne was our garage door genius. I am shocked by this. I tried calling his cell and it was shut off. You will be missed my friend. I will see you on the other side. Prayers for his family.

  • Dave and Shari Nolan

    Wayne was the best! He was honest and installed several garage doors for us. Whenever we had a problem, Wayne would come and fix it immediately. We enjoyed working with Wayne and will greatly miss his excellent service and experience. He was one of a kind. RIP Wayne as you enter that big garage door in heaven.

  • Wayne was truly a special person. We knew him through his garage door business. He was honest and a hard worker and always made you smile. Prayers to Wayne and his family.

  • I tried to call Wayne today because we needed some expert garage door help, and was stunned to hear the news of his passing. He will truly be missed. Thoughts and prayers to his family.

  • Cameron Miller

    Wayne came to my home as a contractor to install a garage door system and he left as a friend. From what I’m reading he did that a lot. I will miss him and the banter he had with his brother every time I had them over for a tune up. Our sincere condolences from my family to his family and friends.

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