OBITUARY

Walter Suby

June 10, 1933January 4, 2019
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Walter Suby was born June 10, 1933 in Klein-Mergthal, Czech Republic to Johann and Adele Suby, he was an only child. While he was still young his family relocated to Bremerhaven, Germany not by their own will, but because of the war and dangers that it entailed. While attending High School, Walter was able to enroll in a trade school that provided him training as a machinist. He left Germany and immigrated to Canada in 1955 where he found work in a Gold Mine. He worked in a Saw Mill in Vancouver BC, and even worked as a Logger in Alaska. His work ethic was tremendous. In the early 1960's he immigrated to the USA to the Everett area of Washington. Around 1963 he was asked to help someone move which he gladly obliged, it turned out that the woman he would assist in moving would be his future mother-in-law. He and Linda met that day and in 1965 married to spend the next 53 years enjoying life together.

Walter and Linda moved to Marysville, there he pursued a passion in automobile restoration and repairs. He loved to take an older vehicle and make it shine once again. He sold some of these vehicles but also kept many. He worked at Try Way Manufacturing, a subcontractor for Boeing and retired early at age 43. He and Linda did a lot of traveling, they enjoyed dancing and taking walks and visiting with friends and family. When health conditions were on the horizon they decided to move to Garden Court as a couple. He passed away while living in Brookdale at Silver Lake on January 4, 2019 after a brief illness.

He is preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his beloved wife Linda and her two brothers and a sister and their families as well as a cousin Ilse living in Germany along with many close friends. There will be service February 23, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Evergreen Funeral Home in Everett, Washington.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 23, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Reception, Final Resting Place
REMEMBERING

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Timothy Lindberg

January 18, 2019

Me and uncle Walt at my birthday party on January 18th 2017

Crystal Lindberg-Haynes

January 13, 2019

Uncle Walt, I Will Forever Miss You.. I'll Love You Forever.. Thank You So Much For Being So kind And Apart Of My Life.. I'll Also Miss Your Warm Smile And Funny Laughter.. Rip Uncle Walt.. I Love You..

Timothy Lindberg

January 12, 2019

This picture of uncle Walt and aunt Linda taken at Jason and tess's house on oaks

Timothy Lindberg

January 11, 2019

This is a picture of me and my sister and brothers with my dad my uncle Walt and aunt Linda taken when my dad was in the hospital also picture is my sister in law

Timothy Lindberg

January 11, 2019

Here is a picture of uncle Walt with me my dad my brother Mike and aunt Linda

Linda Suby

January 10, 2019

Walters 80th birthday.

Timothy Lindberg

January 9, 2019

Aunt Linda I just found this photo

Linda Suby

January 9, 2019

It is so hard to believe you are no longer with us. I am so thankful for all you have done for me and with me.

Timothy Lindberg

January 9, 2019

I remember when uncle Walt and I were sitting on a couch and then I heard him passed gas I we both laughed so hard. It was very funny.

Here is a picture of my daughter keiwei with her great uncle Walt

Jason Lindberg

January 9, 2019

He will always be one of my best mentors.

Love you Uncle Walt

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Biography

Walter Suby was born June 10, 1933 in Klein-Mergthal, Czech Republic to Johann and Adele Suby, he was an only child. While he was still young his family relocated to Bremerhaven, Germany not by their own will, but because of the war and dangers that it entailed. While attending High School, Walter was able to enroll in a trade school that provided him training as a machinist. He left Germany and immigrated to Canada in 1955 where he found work in a Gold Mine. He worked in a Saw Mill in Vancouver BC, and even worked as a Logger in Alaska. His work ethic was tremendous. In the early 1960's he immigrated to the USA to the Everett area of Washington. Around 1963 he was asked to help someone move which he gladly obliged, it turned out that the woman he would assist in moving would be his future mother-in-law. He and Linda met that day and in 1965 married to spend the next 53 years enjoying life together.

Walter and Linda moved to Marysville, there he pursued a passion in automobile restoration and repairs. He loved to take a older vehicle and make it shine once again. He sold some of these vehicles but also kept many. He worked at Try Way Manufacturing, a subcontractor for Boeing and retired early at age 43. He and Linda did a lot of traveling, they enjoyed dancing and taking walks and visiting with friends and family. When health conditions were on the horizon they decided to move to Garden Court as a couple. He passed away while living in Brookdale at Silver Lake on January 4, 2019 after a brief illness.

He is preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his beloved wife Linda and her two brothers and a sister and their families as well as a cousin Ilse living in Germany along with many close friends. There will be service February 23, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Evergreen Funeral Home in Everett, Washington.