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GREENE, Walter W., 90, of Liverpool, Queens County, passed away at home on January 30, 2023.
Born in Liverpool, Walter was a son of the late Earl and Ethel (Silver) Greene.
Walter was a well known bookkeeper for the former T.& C. Pontiac and T.&C. Chrysler Dodge dealerships for over 27 years.
Walter is survived by his sister Daisy Greene of Halifax.
Besides his parents, Walter was predeceased by his sister Earline Sperry and his brother Leonard.
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool. Funeral service will be held Monday, February 6, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. in Chandlers’ Funeral Chapel, Liverpool with burial immediately following in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. No flowers by request, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com.
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David Whynott of mersey point
To Walter’s family and friends I send condolences.
Bless you all.
Vernon & Joyce Hawkes
Our condolences to Daisy. Treasure the Memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Daisy: Walter was a friend and also an fellow employee with Liverpool Chrysler Dodge and later with T & C Pontiac Buick.It was a shock to hear of his passing as he seemed to be doing quite well after his week in hospital last month. My sincere condolences to you.
Walter was a big part of the success of T&C. Dad (King) thought very highly of Walter and relied on him to keep the business very well accounted for. He was always so nice to us kids when we were at the dealership. He was a fine man and I am sure will be greatly missed. Deepest Sympathies, the Cochrane Family.
Duane and Sheila Porter
We are very saddened to hear of the passing of Walter. Always enjoyed our visits and chats with him.
He will be greatly missed. Sleep well our friend.
Condolences to Daisey and family. I last saw Walter at Marion Smith’s funeral in Liverpool. He hadn’t changed over the years.
I was saddened to read of Walter’s
passing. We had a little chat just before Christmas, (once he recognized me with a mask!).
My memories of your brother are of a kind and thoughtful man and I know you will miss him. Walter was a fixture in our little neighborhood and unfortunately, most of those of his era have passed on. He will be remembered fondly.
Thinking of you at this time Daisy, with sincere condolences.
Daisy and all of Walters families
Walter and I worked together at the C.N. Railway station from 1954 to 1964, ten years. He did all of the billing and accounting for C.N. Express, while I was a Railway telegrapher handling train movements and freight. He was such a friend to myself and others who wotked there, and did a terrific job for C.N. I moved on to Barrington Passage station in 1965, and when stations closed, on to Halifax in 1980,… but always kept in touch with Walter, especially at Christmas time, and once a year occasion. I did not hear from him this Christmas, and was about to phone him. Was shocked and saddened to read of his passing. . With my sincerest sympathy,
I waited on Walter many times when I worked at the bank. He was very quiet and unassuming, and a real gentleman. Sending sincere condolences at this very sad and difficult time.