NEWTON - On Saturday, August 5, 2017, the world lost an incredible soul and Heaven gained an angel as Wayne Kemp took his final motorcycle ride off to eternity.

Wayne Kemp
NEWTON - On Saturday, August 5, 2017, the world lost an incredible soul and Heaven gained an angel as Wayne Kemp took his final motorcycle ride off to eternity.
He was born Lowell Wayne Kemp on February 12, 1972 in Newton, Kansas, the son of Lowell and Jean Bornowsky Kemp. He was raised in Newton, graduating from Newton High School in 1990.
Those who loved him knew his gentle spirit and kind heart, despite his tattoos, size and outward appearance. He had a passion for life and a colorful career path. Born a gearhead, Wayne was a respected custom motorcycle builder and owner of Wayne Kemp Kustoms. He was featured in Iron Horse magazine and others for his custom bike creations. He also owned Alpha Recovery Service.
He was a loving father and passed on his passion for motorcycles and fast cars to his son. His latest work was in his family's business, Biker's Edge in Wichita, Kansas, where he worked with his son, father, and girlfriend Lacey.
Wayne leaves behind his son, Logan Kemp from his first marriage to Jennifer Meyers; his parents, Lowell and Jean Kemp; girlfriend, Lacey Ann Lewis; brother, Lyle; sister-in-law, Jennifer; nieces and nephews, Landen, Larryssa, Lily, and Liam Kemp.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Lorin and Jean Kemp, Francis and Evelyn Bornowsky; and niece Lauren Paige Kemp.
There will be a Celebration of Wayne's life at 10 a.m., Saturday, August 12, 2017, at the Grace Community Church in Newton.
There will be no visitation or viewing as cremation has been effected.
A memorial has been established with the Newton Toy Run, contributions may be sent to Broadway Colonial Funeral Home, 120 E. Broadway, Newton, Ks. 67114.