Dear Terry and family,
Much behind in learning this terrible news of Wally’s death. I am so sorry for you all. Like Lucy and Jo and Laverne (yes Laverne) I was so, so sad to hear of this and hope with all my heart Wally didn’t suffer too much. I met Wally when we were in grade 2 in Mrs. Mclennan’s class. As early as that his wit was apparent, from way back in the last row of course, left hand side near the window.
Please take good care of yourselves and know that he was well loved by his friends. I wish you peace and happiness and good memories.Val Oglov (email@example.com)
I am SO sorry to hear of Wally's passing. What a challenging and heart wrenching time you have had. My heart goes out to you, my friend.
Love and Hugs,
So sorry Terry for your loss. I know it isn’t easy to lose a partner, but you are lucky to have family and friends to help you through.
Look after yourself.
I am so sorry to hear about Wally's passing. Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. I wish there was more I could do to comfort you. Sending a virtual hug to you Terry.
Hi Terry, I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Take care of yourself, and stay safe.
My condolences Terry on such sad news, my heart hurts for you and your family. Wally sounds like he was an amazing man. May your many happy memories bring you comfort in the days and weeks ahead.
Wally would always put a smile on my face with his sarcastic sense of humor. His favorite line at the office was "Don't tell me what to do". We will miss his face. My condolences to Terry and his family!
My deepest condolences to you Terry and all of your family.
There is no way we can feel your pain but we can feel your loss.
If there is anything we can do please let us know we are here for you.
Big virtual hug! ❤️
Wally, what can I say..knew him since I was 5---went all thru school until our 'extra' semester in gr. 12. He was part of my neighbourhood. That extra semester of gr. 12 we did frog dissection in biology---he was the mad scientist & I was his assistant-- I remember nothing of the dissection---only the laughter. And that was Wally--quiet, understated humour. So many memories of Wally & Terry & family. Rest easy old friend
Terry, I'm so sorry to hear about your husband. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Sending lots of love!
Sending much love, grace and heartfelt compassion to Terry, family and friends...
Lifting you all up during this time as you celebrate and cherish the life of such a special husband, father, uncle, brother, grandfather and friend! Know that we are thinking of your family at this time. Please call if you need anything or need a friend! Your Hawkwood School Family lis here for you...always! Our thoughts and prayers are with you as we walk alongside you Terry.
Deb Campanelli and Family
My deepest condolences, Terry. I hope fond memories of Wally are bringing you comfort. I am thinking of you and sending you many virtual hugs.
Could always count on “Gator” to open the 4 hole on the offensive line in high school. RIP big guy.
I grew up with Wally. For a time he lived across the street from me. My childhood pal, someone I went thru school with. We had our Pack: Pat Laevens, Darryl Bodnaryk, Wally & myself. (Can't believe I was still called Lavern then) Tons of memories, Madge Lake, Model A's, Edsels, the basement suite at the Dog n Suds (poker games). Miss you Pal.
The phone would ring & Wally would ask "Is the coffee on? I made some bread & I want to bring it over". The coffee was swiftly made & the bread was always wonderful though often it was too warm from the oven to cut right away. I cannot count the number of meals we've shared with Wally and Terry, and each was a dining experience. There was in depth planning & precise co-ordination from appetizers to desserts right down to appropriate music. His wit, his sarcasm, his humour, and the goodness of his heart will be missed.