Walter Kurdyla
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Walter Kurdyla

Carteret - Walter Kurdyla, 97, of Carteret, died on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at home. He was born in Carteret and was a life-long resident. He retired from Singers Company in Elizabeth, NJ as a Tin Smith. Walter was a World War II Navy Veteran and a life member of the Veterans of Forgein Wars Pvt. Nicholas Minue Post #2314 in Carteret. He was also a parishioner of Divine Mercy Parish-Holy Family RC Church in Carteret.

Walter is predeceased by his parents, Anna and Antony Kurdyla; and his wife, Anna (Goceljak) Kurdyla. He is survived by his sons, Keith Kurdyla and his wife, Elizabeth and Paul Kurdyla and his wife, Otavia, both of Carteret; his daughter, Ann Marie Norris and her husband, Jim from Helmetta; 8 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; and his long-time companion, Mary Pusillo.

Private Funeral Services and Mass at Divine Mercy Parish-Holy Family Church, with Interment at St. Gertrude Cemetery in Colonia will be held under the care of Synowiecki Funeral Home, 56 Carteret Avenue in Carteret.




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Published in Home News Tribune from Jun. 24 to Jun. 25, 2020.
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June 25, 2020
My Dad; Loving Father; Grand-Pa and Great Grand Pa. He would do anything for his family.
Love You Always and Forever,
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Ann Marie Norris
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June 24, 2020
Keith, Paul, Ann Marie & families,
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your dad. May you always hold your memories of him close to your heart. He lived a nice long life. May he RIP. Regards,
Anna Maria & Jim Dobrowolski
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