Wallace-Sychak-Obituary

Wallace Michael Sychak III

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

Mar 11, 1934 – Aug 4, 2019

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Wallace Michael Sychak III, 85, of Camp Hill, passed away August 4, 2019 in Harrisburg Hospital surrounded by his entire family. He was born March 11, 1934 in Lyndora, PA, son of the late Wallace and Marie (Myers) Sychak, Jr. He was a graduate of Butler High School and received his Bachelor's...

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It's amazing how Dads touch our lives and then one day they are gone. I share in this loss as my Dad was a vet and is gone. Gone, not forgotten. Your Dad lives on in all the hearts he touched. On those days, when u think of him most, have peace and smile because he really does know it all now.... write a song in memory of your Dad. I did it helped me....

WE HERE AT THE VFW POST AND AUXILIARY 1162 OF PLYMOUTH INDIANA ARE SO SADDEN TO HEAR OF YOUR FAMILIES LOSS OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY AT THIS TIME OF SORROW
GOD BLESS

SUZANNE GIBSON
VFW AUXILIARY CHAPLAIN 1162
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PLYMOUTH INDIANA
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Deepest sympathies to all of you .... May his light shine bright ...

Wally, I can't tell you how strange it was to talk to you and Jean the evening before you passed. Grace and I were planning to stop by and see you and Jean that Friday, and you said "call before you come over, we're not always here". I said ok Wally, I'll be sure to call first. Then I hear your in the hospital and then gone. I'm so sorry Grace and I didn't get that last visit. We have stopped to see Jean several times and I check on her for you. Wally, she loves you this all...

Keeping you & your family in my prayers Bret. Your dad must have been an amazing man. Thank you for your service Mr Wally.

My condolences to Wally's wife, children, grandchildren, family and friends! I remember seeing him at Reverb in Reading and him nodding, saying hi and asking how I was. It was very impressive how he went to Bret's shows in the area and how proud he seemed! Im sure he was proud of all of you! Hold on to the memories and keep him in your heart! Thank you for your Service Wally! RIP

Sending you and your beautiful family love, light and peace dearest Bret. It was indeed an honor to know your father! May God continue to bless you all.

I got to know Wally during our FMSO days. He was a lot of fun at work social events and Happy Hours. In addition to his Pittsburgh teams, he loved talking about horse racing and the greyhounds. And always had some good stories to make us laugh. Rest peacefully Wally, you will be missed.

Sending my deepest condolences to Brett And family.. This is truly heartbreaking.. But do know...he's an angel in paradise.. Blessings to the family..