Walter T. May

Collinwood, Ohio

1958-2011 (Age 53)


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Walter T. May, 53, a lifetime resident of Collinwood, passed away Dec. 31, 2011, at his home surrounded by loved ones. He was born Dec. 11, 1958, in Cleveland. Walter was a Captain and 25-year veteran with the Cleveland Police Department. He was the president of the Fraternal Order of...

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I have known Wally since high school and after see him at the gym now and then, always a good relationship, Miss you Wally. Bless you , and God Bless your Family

I Pray that God hold you close and give you comfort. It doesn't get better it just gets different. We will be together with our loves in God's time.

Wally, you will always be loved and you will always be missed. My heart hurts with the loss of my loving husband, my best friend, my soul mate. They say it gets easier with doesn' doesn't. You were the best husband, the best father.... you were simply the best, loving you was so easy...loving you with every beat of my heart....forever. I love you my husband....I love you more

It has been one year since we lost you Wally. Life will never be what is was without you here. You made everything so much better, so much brighter. I love you and I miss you so very, very much. You are my heart, you are my soul....

It's s hard to understand why people are taken away from us,but find comfort in just knowing you were all a special part of Wallys life, My Deepest Sympathy,Angie Parisi Paul

My heartfelt sympathy to the May family. Wally was a dear friend of my late husband Patrick M. Haffey. Patrick loved him dearly. I just learned of your loss. Know that they are together as we all will be with the Lord.

Dear Mrs. Terry Macias-May & family,
With deep regret for the loss of
your husband. He will be deeply missed
by many people. May he rest in peace.
May you find comfort that he no longer has to suffer.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Patty, Terry and family.

Dear Patty, we are so sorry to hear of Wally's passing. We remember him well, when he came to the lanes to see you. Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
Sandy & Larry McCallion