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Walter Andrew Loeblein


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Walter Andrew Loeblein Obituary

Walter Andrew Loeblein, 81, of Yuba City, passed away in his home, and began his journey to our heavenly father Saturday, January 21, 2017. He was born in New York on December 10, 1935 to Walter and Matilda Loeblein who were originally from Germany.

He served in the Navy and the United States Air Force as a Chief Mechanical Planner. He had many accomplishments in the United States Air Force. In 1973, he was rewarded for being a production shop planner on the U.S.S. Sanctuary and the U.S.S Pigeon, participated in the water/energy management, recognized numerous times for sustaining high quality performance while on the job, his engineering squadron won in 1988 for best performance in the HVAC system. Walter was also rewarded for suggesting and designing a coil water leak detector in 1989, and voluntarily attacked the most challenging and critical jobs, he was lead planner for upgrading heating and air conditioning plants which lead him to coordinate the expertise of 8 different engineering disciplines to be able to complete installation of the Air Force conditioning plant, completed courses in civilian personnel, completed the role of supervisors and managers in EEO, received letters of appreciation for putting new zone systems on the map, and provided excellent management as a foreman of the aces heat shop while keeping the base mechanical rooms on track.

He was an unforgettable husband, brother, father, uncle, friend, grandpa and great grandpa. He enjoyed going to church, spending time with family, meeting new people, keeping up to date with today's politics, traveling, fishing, playing golf, laughter, and was a man of faith.

He is survived by his wife Sharon Loeblein, two sons Kirk Loeblein and Brian Loeblein, grandchildren Christopher Niece, Brian Loeblein, Amanda Lathum, Andrew Loeblein, Jessica Lathum, Krystina Loeblein, Kurtis Loeblein, Emily Loeblein, great grandchildren Kristina Kay Marrie Loeblein, Emma Niece, Lizzie Niece, Hunter Lathum, Joanna Lathum, Alivea Lathum, Jasmaine Lathum, Stephanie Lathum, and Steven Lathum, brother Martin Loeblein and sisters Julie Lord, Arlene Compton and Eleanor Jones.

Funeral services will be held on February 2, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. at Crossroads Community Church located at 445 B St., Yuba City, CA 95991. Holycross Memorial is handling arrangements.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Feb. 1, 2017
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