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Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Steve Chanecka says posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 7, 2021
This is belated, but please accept my condolences for Walter’s passing. We stayed in touch through the years with our shared love of golf, sports and our hometown, Binghamton. He was a good man, someone I always enjoyed seeing. Amazingly, in about 1980 I ran into him on Waikiki Beach. He was a lifeguard at the First Ward pool in Binghamton and was a friend of my whole family. His cousin is my sister-in-law. RIP, Walt.
Oscar Lewin says posted a condolence
Friday, October 8, 2021
I am totally stunned to hear of Walter’s passing( I called him “Big W”). The last time we spoke was before his pending surgery; and he was going to call me after it’s successful completion. I assumed his recovery was slower than anticipated; that’s why he hadn’t called. I called a couple of times but assumed he was in physical therapy when he didn’t reply. He was my friend. My “homeboy” from upstate NY. Him being from Binghamton and me from Rochester. We both were passionate followers of The Ohio State University; we talk throughout the football games. We often just talked about our parents and how similar our upbringings were. He and I were avid amateur historians and often discussed WW2 and the role of gov’t. “W” was always informing me about books he thought I would enjoy reading. I WILL MISS HIM! He was my friend. To his family you have my deepest/heartfelt sympathy.
Reverend John Swistovich says posted a condolence
Sunday, September 26, 2021
I will remember you always asa good man and a faithful and long time friend.. May the Grace and Peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you always on your journey home. I will remember you in my prayers and the Masses I will say for you..