Arts & Entertainment
Dr. Wayne Arner
Originally printed 10/10/2013 (Issue 2141 - Between The Lines News)
Dr. Wayne Arthur Arner, 78, died Sept. 21at his home in Troy, MI.
Arner was born in Dearborn Oct. 14, 1934 to Arthur and Edna (Bascom) Arner. He attended the University of Michigan and the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He received his medical degree in 1961 and cared for patients as a general practitioner in Troy for 25 years.
Arner was an active member of Affirmations for many years and served briefly on the board of directors in early 2000s. He attended the Metropolitan Community Church of Detroit in Ferndale in recent years.
After he retired, Wayne continued to track the latest medical developments for many years. He also enjoyed gardening in his yard, read about a wide variety of topics from current events to psychology and appreciated many forms of art, including painting, photography, theater, and music.
Arner is survived by his daughters, Julie Arner of Washington, D.C. and Debbie Evans of Cape Coral, FL; his grandchildren, Caroline and Connor Evans; and his brother, Jack Arner and family of Kensington, MD.
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