Donald Eugene Walter

July 06, 1927 - September 25, 2015

Donald Eugene Walter

July 06, 1927 - September 25, 2015

Obituary

Donald E. Walter of Blaine, WA. passed away at The Peace Health Hospice House on September 25th, 2015. He was born in Billings, MT., on July 6, 1927, to Daniel and Bertha ( Anhorn ) Walter. Don graduated from Billings High School in 1945. He graduated from Westmont College and from Gordon Divinity School. Don served as youth pastor at South Hamilton, MA. Methodist Church and the Glouster, MA. Trinitarian Congregational Church: was ordained by the Essex South Association of Congregational Church; and served the Dryden, WA Congregational Church and Blaine, WA. United Church of Christ. He retired in 1994 and was awarded Pastor Emeritus of Blaine’s UCC.
Don was preceded in death by his grandchildren Kailey Walter and Scott Weatherill.
He is survived by his wife Ann, sons Brendan Walter ( Lauri ), Jonathan Walter ( Kari ) and Timothy Walter ( Cindy) all of Blaine; step-sons Kenneth Weatheroill (Lynn) of Friday Harbor, WA., Kevin Weatherill (Kim) of Bellingham; step-daughters Kari of Grants Pass, OR., and Lisa Anderson (Cory ) of Bellingham: grandchildren Krista, Leif, Dwayne, Matthew, Jessica, Angela, Elizabeth, Hillary, Mitchell and Hanna; great grand children Jacob, Dessah, Elaina, Annabelle, Scott, Carter, Harrison, and Kenna.
Don was a member of the Blaine United Church of Christ,
A family service will be held at “ Stillwaters” Greenacres Memorial Park.
A public memorial service will be held on Sunday Ocober 11th, 2015 , 2:00pm at the Blaine Performing Arts Center. Memorials may be sent to Blaine United Church of Christ.

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: Oct 11, 2015 (No Time)
  • Venue: Blaine Performing Arts Center
  • Location: 975 H Street Blaine, WA 98230 - (Get Directions)

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7 responses to Donald Eugene Walter

  1. Carol Hogan says:

    I will miss your fine sense of humor and the twinkle in your eye. Carol

  2. Jim Malella says:

    Brendan, Jon, & Tim
    I’m sorry to here of the loss of your father.
    He was an important fixture in the Blaine community for a long time.
    I can still remember the wonderful service he preformed for my dad back in 1991.
    Wishing you & yours the best in this difficult time.

    Jim Malella

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