Walter Stuecken

Park City, Utah

1935 - 2019 (Age 84)


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Walter "Wally" Stuecken, husband of Lorraine and community volunteer partner died from pneumonia at Park City Hospital on Saturday February 9th one week after his 84th birthday and 6 days short of his 61st wedding anniversary. He was dearly loved and will be missed by family, friends...

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Wally will be greatly missed. He would always sing O'Canada and would talk about hockey with me. He was great with the kids at Deervalley in the reindeer room while Lorraine was teaching.

Lorraine, We are so sorry to read of Wally's passing. He was a dear man to work for back at Grow Automotive. I still have a small ceramic pumpkin that he gave me back in the 1990's You will be in our prayers as you go through these next few months. He has obviously left a great legacy of kindness and love. Kay & Don Bruner

George and I were so sorry to hear of Wally's passing. He will be missed by all who knew him.
You both went out of your way to help others, with a smile on your faces.

I am so sorry to hear about Wally, what a special man he always had a smile always cracking a joke to me I feel blessed to have known him just a little,
Love you!
Melanie Thrasher

Dear Lorraine and family,
We have so many sweet memories of you both.
When we moved to Park City, I made a hair appt. at a
Salon in the Prospecter area of town. Having no sense of
Direction, I wandered around the area searching and
Lost. You and Wally were riding your bikes and at
A stop sign I told you my plight. You gave me a "byclycle
Escort" right to the salon! I was on time and so grateful!
Rog and I could share so many chance...

When we first met Wally and Lorraine it was under a very hard time in my life . I was a single mom and had called the Christian Center we met at a meeting and they just grabbed a hold of us and showed us around Park City . They took us apple picking/ to a pond we could fish at and feed the ducks . My daughter and I to a Disney symphony show at Deer Valley and they took Izzy skiing as well. We would go on walks and meet places . Most of all they had the best sense of humor and we always saw...

Beloved Wally will always be remembered as shining his light as a reflection of God's love to all he met; never meeting a stranger!
His arm was always up saying, Here I am Lord! Send me! We love you Wally always.

He will be greatly missed and I hope that Wally is making popcorn and telling jokes to his friends in heaven. A very generous man and a great volunteer at PC Film Series. We will remember your smile.

I was saddened to learn from Andrea about Wally's passing. I met him only once or twice, but I was impressed by him. He was such a good friend of Richard and Andrea, and I learned from them what a good citizen he was. He will be missed. Ellen and I send our condolences.