Lorenzo Alexander Wayman "Rennie" departed this life on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at Perry Point Veterans Medical Center in Perryville, MD. He was born September 30, 1961 in Caroline County to the late Elnora and Henry Wayman Jr. While in school, he loved to play sports, basketball being his favorite. He was employed at Saulsbury Brothers and Con Agra until he decided that was not what he wanted to do as a career. He enlisted in the Armed Forces in 1979 and served his country for nine months. While he was there he became ill and was given an honorable discharge. He loved his family and was given the nickname "Champ" by his father. At this time his father had become his best friend. Wherever you saw one you saw the other. He was dearly loved by his grandmother. Rennie was a very jovial person and loved doing things with his family. Rennie was also a music lover and he never went anywhere without his Boom Box. He liked to visit his aunts and uncle especially for a family picnic and barbeque. He leaves to mourn one sister, Mildred Wayman, Denton, MD; two brothers, Charles Blackwell (Sharon), Denton, MD and Rodney Wayman, Fruitland, MD; grandmother, Martha Nichols, Denton, MD; two aunts, Catherine Stanford (Carlette), Denton, MD and Naomi Thomas, Ridgely, MD; two uncles, Leon Wayman (Ann), Ridgely, MD and Raymond Fountain, Chester, PA and a very special nephew, Eric Wilkins, Denton, MD and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, cousins and friends. Rennie will always be remembered by his jovial ways and his love of music.\n \n Services will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 1pm at Bell's Chapel AME Church 9191 Tuckahoe Rd Denton, MD with a viewing two hours prior. Interment Veterans Cemetery.