Condolence & Memory Journal

I had the privilege of net working with Wally for over 30 years. We spoke often about our mutual projects. I will miss our chats that inevitably would transition from work to our families.

I can picture Wally in his grey suit, blue button down, and a tie with subtle colors. He was a true gentleman, and I will miss him. My sincere condolences to Deb and his family.

Posted by Malcolm ( Sandy) Pease - Wolfeboro, NH - Coworker   July 08, 2020

While I met Wally when I first joined KHS in 2018, I had only a single opportunity to work with Wally in person on a project. I was impressed with his professionalism and his ability to establish a rapport with the customer.

On the ride back to NJ, Wally introduced me to the world of pouching and some of the unique projects he spearheaded, while demonstrating his "salesman" driving skills up the NJ Turnpike.

I will miss his wisdom and humor.

Posted by Bill Bronander - Mahwah, NJ - Coworker   July 06, 2020

Wallace- a man, a friend ,a teacher, a lover of family his dear Deb, Dorthy and Chip his fellow friends of Bill, always available, guiding and caring of all. A marvelous sense of humor, a mind that worked uniquely.He is so loved and finding a replacement for this man in our lives, not likely!
I will miss you ,my friend, and know you touched the lives of so many.
Good luck on the back nine, Wallace. You will be in my thoughts always.

Posted by Michael ONeil - Friend   July 01, 2020