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Wayne Maurice Allerheiligen

February 1, 1945 — April 3, 2024

Overland Park

Wayne Maurice Allerheigen, born on February 1, 1945 in Odell, Nebraska, peacefully passed away on April 3, 2024, at Hospice House KC, after a long battle with cancer. Wayne was 79 years old at the time of his departure.

Throughout his life, Wayne dedicated over 25 years of service to Armor Amusement Co., showcasing his remarkable skills as a technician for arcade and pinball games, as well as pool tables. In his earlier years, Wayne embarked on musical journeys across the Midwest with his band before settling in Overland Park. His love for music remained a constant passion, alongside working on his cherished old truck, tending to the birds in his backyard, and mastering the art of sandblasting rocks and mirrors into beautiful creations.

A devout member of Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Overland Park, Wayne also proudly served in the National Guard for 2 years. His creativity shone through as he turned his sandblasting hobby into a successful side business and transformed his 1950 truck into a stunning piece of art.

Wayne is reunited in eternal peace with his beloved wife of 53 years, Brenda, and his parents Arthur and Marie Allerheiligen of McPhearson, Kansas, along with his sister Ardith Huffman Dilly. He will be deeply missed by his surviving sister Yvonne Bergstrom-Skipton, nephews Rob (Christy) Bergstrom, James (Cari) Bergstrom, Shawn Huffman, Colin Huffman, and all those who knew and loved him.

Wayne's charismatic personality and sense of humor endeared him to everyone he encountered, making him a magnet for companionship wherever he went. He touched the hearts of many and leaves behind a legacy of warmth and laughter.

In accordance with Wayne's wishes, there will be no formal service held. His memory will live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him. Rest in peace, Wayne Maurice Allerheigen.

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