Beth's  life was focused on caring for her family, with a special love of entertaining, cooking, gardening, traveling, and laughter. Ever since she was little, Beth loved being on the water, from her family home in Falmouth, MA to the weekends spent on Martha’s Vineyard with her husband on their boat, even to her vacation home in Port Charlotte, FL, she was never far from the ocean. Because of this, Beth got involved as a patient volunteer with Sailing Heals, a non-profit organization providing "patients and their caregivers a spirit-lifting day at sea.”
Wayne, "Wayno", "Boppa" was a very  hard working man his entire life; aside from his job he was known for his ability to fix and keep running any machine, and was his own inventor. Often a man of few words, when Wayne did tell stories, they were hysterically enhanced by his own sound effects. Besides his love for his family, Wayne was most passionate about sailing, having spent his entire life sailing of the shores of Pocasset, MA and from the Shawomet Yacht Club in Dighton, MA and was the very proud owner of his sailboat "September Morn". An army veteran, Wayne was committed to his final resting place at the National Cemetery in Bourne, MA on a September morning. Forever loved.