I always enjoyed visiting with you Uncle Wallace and Aunt Wilmina. Enjoyed the stories about World War II and the stories of Mom and your family growing up on the farm down by the Oakland Church. Those were fun times. Will miss those visits. Always appreciated the two of you checking in on Mom. She always enjoyed your calls and your company. Our condolences to Judy and Aunt Wilmina. You will be missing him a lot but there are many good memories to share. Sorry we can not attend the services. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God's blessing to all of you. Tim Kammeyer & Rosie.
for all the many enjoyable hours of conversation especially the family history and our wonderful debates over our most admired president Lincoln. May your family always feel grateful in living with such a quality human being.
Uncle Wallace, you were so much to many in our family. You were my dad's best friend, we liked your interest in history, the stories you could tell from your teen years and beyond were fantastic. Plus, it goes on and on with many fun times. At an early age you held my attention and created many memories for me. I am very proud that you are my uncle and "Thank You" for all the great memories.
Steve Kammeyer (Woodburn, IN)
We will miss you Uncle Wallace
I will miss my sweet Daddy forever. I will always remember when I was about 5 or 6 , riding down the road in his pickup truck. I was standing beside him on the seat with his arm around me (prior to seatbelt laws, of course!). We sang "Here Comes Peter Cottontail" at the top of our lungs. Probably endlessly, as I seem to recall him finally pleading, "Isn't that enough?"