The late Rev. William T. Maher Jr., brother of Lenore Eastin Wayman, ministered to the handicapped at Churh of the Open Door in Elyria. Photo is from 1988.
Dawn Prokop, life enrichment coordinator at Wesleyan Village in Elyria, tells Lenore Wayman she's about to get her Second Wind Dream in 2007.
Lenore Eastin Wayman's maiden name was Maher. This Maher family photo from around 1930 shows, from left, Lenore's sister, Dorothy, their father, William Sr., Lenore and brother, Billy Jr.
Eastin family portrait, July 1945: From left, Skip, Lenore, Bill and Annette.
Lenore Eastin Wayman, retired Lorain County Tuberculosis Clinic administrator, moved into assisted living at what was then Elyria United Methodist Village in 2002.
Lenore and Bill Eastin, pictured with their kids, Annette and Bob, visited Lenore's sister in Arizona around 1950.
Dorothy and Lenore Maher lived in Lorain with their Grandma Miller (not pictured) in the 1920s after their mother's death.
Lenore Eastin and her first husband, Bill Eastin, in 1969.
Lenore Eastin, left, and her sister, Dorothy Bodzash, visited their father (not pictured) in Bradenton, Fla., in the 1970s.
Lenore Eastin, pictured at the organ with her first husband, Bill Eastin, in the 1950s, played the organ and sang at several church functions, weddings and other events.
Eastin family, 1960s: Standing, from left, Bob and Roger; Seated, Bill and Lenore.