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Fred and Deb Hodnik posted on 9/17/20
I will always miss the wave and smile from Wally as I drove by the Ellis farm. He so loved his work, and he had such a zest for life. He was so inspiring. I always loved talking to Wally because he had a way of always making you feel better. I remember sitting watching Wally till(between the rows of corn) with the convertible tractor, and he was going quite fast. And he never hit a plant. I was totally shocked by how he could go so fast and not hit a plant. Well... he was just that good. I would run over with a beer for him and just sit and chat with him a bit. We will miss his smile and wave. But I'm sure he is smiling and waving at everyone from Heaven. Our condolences to the Huff family.

LuAnne Powell posted on 9/17/20
Many memories made with Uncle Wally from when I was very small to the last conversation I had with him. You wrote it well that he always had a smile and a wave even when I zoomed by him in the dump truck tooting my horn as he made his way down the road on a tractor. Loved talking to him and he will be truly missed by many. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Love- LuAnne Powell

Mike Peters posted on 9/16/20
Wally was the best and will be missed by everyone he knew. . He never failed to wave if we drove by a field he was working in, and I have enjoyed many cheerful visits with Wally over the years. Wally spread joy to everyone he came in contact with. We are truly saddened by his passing. Mike and Lana Peters