Leonard "Wayne" Pajor
In Loving Memory
September 26, 1950
Gatesville, Texas

Passed Away
September 30, 2013
Wheat Ridge, Colorado

Leonard "Wayne" Pajor of Arvada, 63 died on Monday September 30, 2013, at the Exempla Lutheran Medical Center in Wheat Ridge, Colorado and will forever be remembered and missed by Ikuko, his loving wife of 12 years and his children Ashley and Nicholas.

Wayne was born Gatesville, Texas to Leonard, who was in the Air Force, and Henrietta his devoted housewife. As such, the family traveled across the United States before settling in Orlando, Florida.

Wayne worked in a variety of fields including construction as a mechanic and animal trainer when Ashley was born, he changed his career to Electronic Engineer through studying at DeVry University. He became a Field Service Engineer, focusing on semiconductors and X-rays. He loved to troubleshoot both big and small machines.

When he was traveling to Japan on a business trip he met his wife.

Wayne was very kind and humorous person. Even when he was in a lot of pain, he tried to make jokes to anybody around him.

Wayne fought a hard battle with pancreatic cancer, one that despite his brave and determined demeanor, he ultimately could not defeat. We will all miss him very much and we hope that he has now found peace.

Leonard "Wayne" Pajor Leonard "Wayne" Pajor
Leonard "Wayne" Pajor
Visitation for family and friends:
10/7/2013 1:30 p.m. 1338 S. Jason St, Denver, CO
Memorial Service:
10/7/2013 3:15 pm, Ft. Logan National Cemetery, 3698 S. Sheridan Blvd, Denver, Colorado
Please arrive at "Staging Area C" 15 minutes prior to the service

Memorial Guest Book

Ron Pajor

Very sorry for your loss. I will keep Wayne, you and his family in my prayers. Wayne & I had a special bond in our early childhood. Stay strong as we can only hope he is in a better place free from any pain.

Iain & Minako Coggins

Dear Ikuko Our Sincere condolences on your lost. He will be in our prayer forever. Iain & Minako

Cecilia Moskoe

Ikuko, Ashley, & Nicolas, I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that he is not in pain anymore. He withstood his pain in a very discrete and classy manner. Ikuko, please keep in touch. Love, Cecilia

Mike Nelson

I met Wayne working for GE Security/Morpho Detection. I learned a lot from him from changing an air-conditioner to basic maintenance. Wayne always had a story to tell. From his travels to his son needing goalie pads to a new investment. Wayne, you were missed when you no longer worked with us, and you will be missed even more now. Rest in Peace.


Wayne you will be missed and condolences to your family

Jennie Hrdlicka

Wayne was such a fun happy guy! I loved his sense if humor and how he loved his wife Ikuko. He always was looking out for her and very supportive of anything she did. I will miss seeing him each year at tax time. Rest in peace my friend!

Misty Cure

I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you all are in my thoughts and prayers

Gerri-Jo and Terry Elliott

Sweet Ikuko, I am so sorry, my beautiful friend. I am here for you, If there is anything I can do, please let me know. Big hugs!!!