Wendell David Hayman affectionately known as "Dude", departed his earthly home for an eternal life with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, December 15, 2013, peacefully at home.\n \n\n He was 86. Born on June 24, 1927 to his loving parents, Lillian Mae Walley Hayman and Charles Webster Hayman in (Talbot) Easton, MD. He was the third oldest of seven siblings raised in a Christian home. He was educated in the public schools of Talbot County. Mr. Wendell worked as a body and fender technician most of his life working at various places such as Carricos and Nobles and working the longest at Brambles for over 30 years.\n \n\n In 1948 he married Dola Virginia Sutton and from that union came six sons and and one daughter. Mr. Wendell was a hard worker and devoted husband and father and friend. His quiet demeanor and humble spirit won the hearts of many.\n \n\n He gave his life to The Lord in 2000 and became a partner with the TriLife Christian Center ministry where he was known as Pop Wendell. Left to cherish his memory is his faithful and devoted wife, Dola; his six sons Wendell David Sr, Ronald(Tonya), Joseph (Karen), Lenwood (Carolyn), and Glenwood (Leona) Hayman, all of Easton, MD, Larry, of Tallahassee, FL; one daughter, Deborah (Anthony) Short of Easton, one sister, Roseanna Hayman, one brother in law, Lewis Burke, both of Easton, MD, and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends.\n \n\n Services will be Sat., Dec. 21st 1pm at Easton Church of God 1009 N. Washington St. Easton, MD with a viewing 1 A� prior to service. Interment in St. Stephens AME Church Cemetery Unionville.