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  1. A man who lived his life on his own terms. He had a full life, did many things, met lots of people along the way. May we all remember the good times. I will miss his daily calls for no particular reason. Sorry he missed the Mets season again. Hope he’s at peace. ≡ƒÆù

  2. Walt was a wonderful man. He had a heart of gold, wonderful sense of humor and was a great cook too. And yes, Walt enjoyed eating! We had good times shooting skeet and fishing. He loved animals and now he can be with his Calie and my Sweetie.💔To Walts family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  3. My father’s life is best told in stories. He loved to be outside, so he chose a profession that allowed him to spend nearly every day in nature. He loved to farm, to fish, to cook, to shoot, to watch the Mets, to travel. He hated snakes though. I will tell you that. He was a jack-of-all-trades and taught me a great deal about how to fix, build and create. He truly loved life. He may have had bad days and experienced sorrow, but he never said he didn’t enjoy living. If he is in his best place, he has pizza, wings, a beer, and the game on. Rest in peace dad.

  4. To my best friend ever, Walter. My heart is heavy hearing of your passing. We had many good trips together and good meals and yes you were a great cook I always said for a polish guy you made the best pizza. So very happy my daughter and I were able to come visit you at your new place. Love your best friend from the valley Kay�

  5. So very sorry to hear of Walter’s passing. My mom and I were so looking forward to coming back in the spring to visit him and take him outside my heart breaks. I’m very happy we were able to have Walter in our lives, he was a best friend to my mother and I couldn’t ask for any better of a man. Walter was always a joy to have around family gatherings and he will truly be missed. Our condolences to the family∩┐╜

  6. I first met Walter at the Highway Retirement Breakfasts. We always had a great time. We kept in touch via e-mails for a couple of years and then lost touch with each other. The last time I saw him was at a Highway Patrol Retirement Dinner a couple of years ago. He will be missed. Rest in Peace Walter Cathy Schaedtler

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