Wayne V. Cianci, Jr.

  • Born: September 30, 1973
  • Died: January 31, 2020
  • Location: Grays Ferry section of Phila, Pennsylvania

Cavanagh Family Funeral Home

301 Chester Pike
Norwood, PA 19074

Tel. (610) 532-3120

Tribute & Message From The Family


Wayne V. Cianci Jr., age 46, passed away on January 31,2020 after a hard and strong battle with cancer. He was of the Grays Ferry section of Philadelphia, formerly of Southwest Philadelphia. Wayne was an excellent and well-known Cook at Little Pete's Restaurant for many years. He also enjoyed and listened to many different kinds of music, but most of all was devoted to his family and friends and would help anyone who needed it.
Wayne was predeceased by his mother Julie. Loving son of Wayne and Joanne Cianci; devoted brother of Julianne Schneider (Bob), Michael Stump (Jenn), Jason Stump and Anthony McDonald; dear grandson of Margaret McIlhenney and also survived by many dear aunts, uncles nieces, nephews and cousins.
Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing Wednesday (2-5-2020), 9AM – 11AM at the Cavanagh Family Funeral Home, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood, PA 19074, followed by his Prayer Service at 11AM. Interment private.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Rest in peace Wayne

Posted by John Powell - Boothwyn, PA - Friend   February 04, 2020

I only met Wayne a few times, but he was always concerned about the comfort of others even though he was battling cancer. What remains in my thoughts are how loved he was by all his family. That's a true testimony of his life and character.

Posted by Linda Strycharz - Lakewood, NJ - Family Friend   February 03, 2020

I knew Wayne since he was a child,he was always very respectful and a pleasure to be in his company. He will be missed dearly. My condolences to his family ❤

Posted by Laurie McIlhenney - May's Landing, NJ - Family   February 02, 2020

Love u Wayne Thank u for being a part of my family

Posted by Sandra Jall - Philadelphia, PA - Friend   February 02, 2020

I was very sorry to hear of Wayne's passing. He was a sweet guy who always made me laugh.

Posted by EMILY ALEXANDER - Philadelphia, PA - Friend   February 02, 2020

Wayne was a good friend to my brothers when we were growing up in SWP. I remember him as a good kid. It's very sad to hear of his passing from cancer at such a young age. Cianci and Stump families, I'm so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Lori Vanore Cornish - NJ - Friend   February 02, 2020

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So sorry for loss Julieann and the rest of family. May God be with you. RIP Wayne

Posted by Bette Paslay - Glenolden, PA   February 02, 2020


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I will always remember Wayne, the way he’d protect you like a brother & his infectious laugh c. 2012