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In Memory

Walter E. Wrzeszczynski - Class Of 1970

Walter E. Wrzeszczynski

Walter E. Wrzeszczynski

May 6, 1952  -  March 27, 2023


Walter E. Wrzeszczynski, Jr., 70, of Feasterville Trevose, PA passed away Monday, March 27th, 2023 suddenly, at his residence.

Walter was born in Philadelphia, PA on May 6, 1952, a son of the late Doris C. (Hartman) Greene and the late Walter Edward Wrzeszczynski, Sr.

He was the husband of Denise (Cornwell) Wrzeszczynski.

He worked as a Chief Engineer at Radisson Hotel in Bensalem, PA for many years. Walt enjoyed working with his hands and was known as a jack of all trades. He was an avid traveler, and loved spending time in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.

Devoted father of his four daughters; Lisa (Chris) Gunning, Erika (John) Damiano, Jillian Wrzeszczynski and cat, and Ashley (Jim) Armstrong. He is also survived by his sister Diane (Steven) Grauver, 9 grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Walter was predeceased by his sister Carolann, and his brother Steven.

A Viewing will be held 6 PM to 8 PM on Thursday, March 30th, 2023 and a second viewing will be held from 10 AM to 11 AM on Friday, March 31st, at the Hoffmann Meyers Givnish Funeral Home 1770 Brown Ave. in Bensalem, PA.

A Religious Service will be held at 11 AM on Friday, March 31st at Hoffmann Meyers Givnish Funeral Home.

His Interment will be at Resurrection Cemetery Bensalem, PA.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Woman’s Animal Center

3839 Richlieu Road, Bensalem, PA 19020

Condolendces may be made at www.hmgfh.com

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12/30/23 06:09 AM #1    

Dennis Parrish (1970)

When my daughter Krista was only about a year old, our family was eating dinner at the Kopper Kettle restuarant in Feasterville when Walter. Krista was in a high chair but managed to reach into the horseradish on the table and put it in her mouth. She immediately inhaled but didn't appear to be able to exhale. Walter saw this from the bar and immediately jumpped over the bar with water which helped Krista be able to breathe again.  I emailed Walter many years later reminding him of the incident but he had no recollection of it. Thank you, and rest in peace my friend.

12/31/23 06:47 AM #2    

William Bill Ziegler (1970)


" Not all heroes wear capes"

Nor do they remember their great deeds…

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