111 Wolcott St.
P.O. Box 37
Le Roy, NY 14482
Phone: (585) 768-6800
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Walter Evaniak

Walter J. Evaniak

Sunday, May 29th, 1949 - Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
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Walter J. Evaniak May 1, 2019 at the age of 69. He is survived by his daughters, Valerie (Stephen) Fortune and Tina Spence, many grandchildren and great grandchildren, sister Kathy Rowles, nieces and nephews. Services and Interment will be held Privately.
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Terry Wolff

Posted at 10:39pm
I have many good memories. When he lived with us he and I would get up after going to sleep for the night about 2 AM. Whoever got up first started the scrambled eggs and we would have a sandwich with ketchup then we would go back to bed this went on for many months it was fun. Another special one that I liked was we would get together at Christmas and always do Christmas carols songs together as a family and Walt was always the five Golden rings. He would do it so well: stand straight up and he was tall and sing it real slow perfect we would all laugh and then continue on with the song he was a good sport. When he was in his teenage years he used to really like the birds and would always have several birds in the cage and be Mating them and getting the eggs and growing them up. He would also do there with fish. I loved Walt and he loved me. May he rest in peace I pray. I am his sister in law, TERRY

Sherree Wolff

Posted at 10:17am
What I remember most about Uncle Wally is that he was always smiling or laughing. And it was genuine, from inside, never fake. ❤️

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