Larry Wallstrum


Larry Wallstrum passed away January 7, 2021 at the age of 75.

Larry was a Vietnam Veteran who retired from the Post Office in 2005 after 30 years.

Larry is survived by his wife of 50 years, Irmgard; children, Wendy (Geoffrey) Bruce, Sarah (Aaron Aufderheide) Tripi, and David (Dauntrica) Wallstrum; brother, Merle (Sandy) Wallstrum; nephews, Timothy (Ruth) Wallstrum and Jeffrey (Tracey) Wallstrum; niece, Marcie Wallstrum; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Your love and laughter will live on in our hearts and memories.

Visitation 1:00pm and Funeral 2:00pm Saturday, January 23, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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  1. Billie J Carroll

    Sorry for your loss and you have my condolences

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. Love from The Crafts- Jon, Amy, Camryn, Lauren and Brody

  3. I’m so sorry for your loss. Your family is on my prayers. Jill

  4. Steve & Barb Black

    Rest in Peace Uncle Larry. My thoughts and prayers for the family. Praying God gives you strength through these dark times.

  5. Frank and Barb Wolz

    My wife and myself worked with Larry at the Poet Office for years. Have a lot of good memories of Larry. Condolences to your family.

  6. Ken & Delores Randolph

    Rest in Gods peace and glory my friend. You were the greatest neighbor and friend I could ever have. Thank you ever much for your kindness and true friendship!

  7. Always enjoyed talking with him when he brought his buddies into the animal hospital. He’s back with his dear friend Flippy and taking orders from Chief once more, and catering to Sebastian.

  8. To the Family Of Larry Wallstrum:

    You Are All In Our Prayers.

    Larry was a co-worker at the Postal Service who I ‘ve known since early in my career. He helped me learn while I was a LSM (Letter Sorting Machine) Clerk and we became friends at work. Over the years Larry and I stayed friends and even when he Retired and he found out I was over the Medical Unit he would call me to find out when the USPS was sponsoring another Blood Drive. He liked to give at the USPS so he could see some of his old co-workers. I remember we talked when his “Grand-Collie” got to the Letter Carrier during a snowstorm.

    Larry will be missed but his good legacy is strong and he will be remembered.

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