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Walter Harrison

Walter Harrison

Wednesday, March 28th, 1951 Thursday, August 8th, 2019

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Obituary for Walter G. "Wall" Harrison

Walter “Wall(y)” Harrison, age 68. Best friend, drinking partner, and soulmate to Bev nee Umgelder for 40 years. Menards-aisle peruser, chauffeur and proud, thoughtful dad to Melanie “Mitts” Harrison. Professional concrete driver of the “Wally Bauer Edition” at Wille Brothers for 27 years. Garage aficionado and master of decals, frequently seen riding his lawnmower and cooling off with a beer on the porch. Enjoyed revving engines in his ‘67 Caprice with his late brother Bob (Kathy) Harrison and Tom (Char) Umgelder. Lost many car shows to Darryl and Carol Seal. Left what he did in Vegas with his travel buddies Ron and Sharon Sobiski. Had many fond memories of the blurry days of Bass Lake with Roger, Mary, Don, Deb, late Rich and late Mary Ellen Umgelder. Looked forward to a birthday call from Chuck and Connie Umgelder every year with a smart remark about growing older. Loved driving with the top down in sunny Florida with David and Pam Umgelder. Always remembered the rafting and canoeing trips with Bill and Marilyn Umgelder, John and the late Jeanette Umgelder, along with the rest of the crew. Appreciated time spent with Jean Jachna, Butch and the late Wanda Umgelder, Darlene and Jimmy Veyette, and with all the nieces and nephews at the family reunions.

A Celebration of Wall’s life will be held Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the Harrison's residence starting at 2:00 p.m.

Express your condolences and memories at colonialchapel.com 708-532-5400.

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A Celebration of Wall’s life will be held Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the Harrison's residence starting at 2:00 p.m.

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Vernon Umgelder

I really dont know what to say except so sorry for losing a brother in law that was so strong minded and helped when he could. God Bless him any your family
Comment | Posted at 02:34pm via Condolence
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Brad Clark

Sorry for your loss and condolences to the rest of family and friends it was always enjoyable to see wally on a job and to see you both at wille brother events . Im sure wally is up there with friends and family waiting on us all to start the party!!! God bless you and rest of family
Comment | Posted at 03:55pm via Condolence

Bob Bednarczyk

Really sorry Bev. Wally was a good guy.
Comment | Posted at 12:30pm via Condolence

Rosie Rose

Beverly, sorry to hear about Wally. Sending prayers to you.
Comment | Posted at 09:57am via Condolence
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Chuck Hires

Beverly, I am so sorry to hear this news. I know your grief is two fold. I am praying for everyone involved. Know that he is not alone, he has a drinking partner. Love and prayers. Chuck Hires
Comment | Posted at 10:59pm via Condolence

Nancy Welter-Hutchinson

Beverly, so sorry for your loss of your husband and Roger. My prayers are with you and the family. Your old neighbor, Nancy Welter Hutchinson
Posted at 08:02am
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