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August 20, 2018

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January 27, 2018
Wally, I will always miss your guidance and good council you were not only my boss and mentor but always provided a practical view on ways to get the job done with class and dignity. A fierce competitor in business and sports. Recreation softball at Shwab Alps had to be winning outcome especially against Mike and the Linden office. You are missed but joining the others that have gone before you. Save room for the rest of us. Until we meet again for Chili hotdogs.
January 25, 2018
My cousin "Little Wally" was always the biggest one in the room. And in the Bauer Family there were lots of "Big"; big hearts, big love, and big togetherness.
Faithful to the Nation, his Family, and all he met. Still on Duty...at Heaven's Gate.
January 25, 2018
January 23, 2018
Wallly was, from the first time I met him at the Parker House in Sea Girt (the first introduction to my future in-laws), gracious, warm and above all, genuine. In the two and one half years I had the distinct honor of getting to know him, I quickly realized why he was beloved by everyone. A man grounded in humility, filled with boundless energy and goodness. We have lost a great man. On a personal level, I will miss our many conversation, on multiple topics that always ended up in laughter. I'm blessed and honored to be his son-in-law.

To Merry, Susan and Wallace, Ethan, Cooper and Maggie - please remember he lives on in all of you and for that, the rest of us are eternally grateful.

Peace and love.