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Friday, August 21, 2020

9:30 - 10:30 AM

Calvary Church

2120 N. Lexington Ave., Roseville

Funeral Service

Friday, August 21, 2020

10:30 AM

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Calvary Church

2120 N. Lexington Ave, Roseville

Walter L. Szczech 
January 29, 1930 - August 15, 2020

Peacefully went home with Jesus on August 15, 2020

Age 90 of Roseville. 


Preceded in death by wife of 57 years, Betty; son Daniel; brother, Ray; sisters, Marcella, Rosemary, Antoinette, Adeline, Lucille, Eleanor. 


Survived by daughters, Caroline "Carrie" (John) Lampert, Julie (LaMoyne) Schneider, Holly Camillo; grandchildren, Anna Schneider, Emma (Joseph) Schneider-Johnson, Cambria (Andy) Smith, Caylia Camillo; sister, Sandy Monk. 


Funeral service 10:30 AM Friday, August 21 at CALVARY CHURCH, 2120 Lexington Ave. N., Roseville. 


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Interment Elmhurst Cemetery.  Visitation 9:30 – 10:30 AM Friday at the church. 

A luncheon will follow the interment at the Long Lake Regional Park pavilion.

Wally had a very strong work ethic.  He began working at age 11 as a paper boy, spent two years at an iron mine, three years doing construction of Highway 61,  37 ½ years driving semi trucks for Sterling Cartage, 25 years as the Carbone’s Pizza Roseville restaurant owner, and 23 years as a motorcycle funeral escort for Twin Cities Motorcycle Escort.  As a life-long motorcycle enthusiast, he started out performing stunts, then raced flat-track, and eventually belonged to Christian Motorcycle Association. He always loved an adventure and regularly traveled cross-country in his RV or on his Gold Wing with his wife, Betty. He was a self- taught handyman, tinkering and fixing things and helping many people.  Wally was grateful for God’s forgiveness through Christ.  We are comforted knowing he is with the angels and enjoying Jesus forever. Wally’s family is appreciative of anyone attending his funeral.  The church is spacious and allows for social distancing.  Masks will be required and there will be time for fellowship afterwards at the park, which is handicapped accessible.


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