“I am so sorry for your loss. Walt was a great guy that I knew for many years at Diablo Canyon. Friendly banter with Walt helped make a stressful place to work enjoyable. I left Diablo 10 years ago, and had not seen Walt since, but I still think of him occasionally and he still makes me smile.
“Dear Aniece, Dave called me a few days ago. When I saw that I was Big Dave, I was afread to call him back. I had to sit down and dijest what I knew and felt what the call was about.
At that moment I knew that I had lost a dear friend whom I was trying so hard to visit. We.....Me, Dave and Spang Dang Doodle were the best of friends as young men at Vandenberg AFB.
We had so much fun growing up, listening to music and Spangler turning us on the latest dances on the East coast. I was...
“We knew Walter from Atlantic City, We
attended grade school and High school
together. Imagine our surprise when we
discovered, we were all living on the
Central Coast. Farewell old friend, and may God bless and keep your family.
“Dear Annice, Jared and Muffin,
I was so sad to hear of Walter's passing.I will always remember what great affection he shared for his family and how proud he was of your accomplishments. He was so active in your lives and supportive of choices that you made. His generosity extended to school, Church and the Community, he was respected and admired, rest in peace my friend. Please accept our thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely, Kathy Rich and Family
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Walter Martin Spangler Walter Martin Spangler, 67, beloved husband and father, died on November 13, 2012 at USC Medical Center. Walter was born on July 28, 1945 in Atlantic City, New Jersey and moved to Lompoc in 1966. Walter is survived by his wife, Annice, and his children, Jared Spangler...Read More