OBITUARY

Wallace C. Masloski

March 11, 1920January 24, 2014
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Age 93 Of St. Paul, Minnesota

Passed away peacefully at Regina Assisted Living in Hastings, MN on January 24th 2014. Wallace was born on March 11th 1920, raised in St. Paul, Mn. and attended Monroe High School. He joined the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC camps) for 3 years in 1936, then enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1939 serving during WWII until 1945. He was married to Gladys Helmick on July 21st, 1945. They lived together on the east side of St. Paul for 66 years. Wallace worked as a cement finisher until retirement and enjoyed reading, his gardens, the many family gatherings over the years and most of all his fishing trips and his cabin on Lake Minnewawa. Wallace is preceded in death by his Mother, Hilda; Father, Edward (Belge) and his Brother, Edward. He is survived by his Loving Wife, Gladys; his Five Children, Craig (Carilyn), Tim (Diane), Cindy, Pat (Carol) and Pam Meyers (Mike) and his Sister, Jane (Griswold) along with Thirteen Grandchildren; Nine Great-Grandchildren and Many Nieces and Nephews. Friends and family are invited to attend the services Thursday, Jan. 30 with visitation from 11-12pm and a Prayer Service at 12noon all at the Wulff Funeral home, 1485 White Bear Avenue N., St. Paul, MN 55106. Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Thursday, January 30, 2014
  • Prayer Service Thursday, January 30, 2014
  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 30, 2014
REMEMBERING

Wallace C. Masloski

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marilyn weiss

January 31, 2014

I will miss the yelling from the boat when we were on Minnewawa lake.His voice carried over the quietness of the lake. I miss the Moaner's lodge it has great memories of Wally and Glady.God bless you Wally

marilyn weiss

January 31, 2014

We will miss the yelling from the boat as we fished,it was fun at the moaner's lodge with Gladys and Wally.

marilyn weiss

January 31, 2014

I will miss the many fish fries at the Moaner's lodge,and for sure miss the yelling from the boat as we fished,his voiced carried very well over the hush of the day on the lake.Miss you Wally

CINDYCATS MEYERS

January 28, 2014

Loved the way Wally would yell for Pam and Cindy ,to get home. Cindy Eilek Meyers.up on the hill. He was a great Dad.

January 28, 2014

Wally, you will be deeply missed. You were the father I never had. Whenever we needed you, you were there. I look at the movies and pictures and realise that you were always there for your Wife and Children. I never realized how you affected my life in so many ways. You opened your heart and arms to a daughter in law from the first time I met you and then joined your family. Rest in peace DAD... Love you.
Carilyn

Jessica Meyers

January 28, 2014

R.I.P Grandpa, I Love You and will miss you lots.

Mike Biedrzycki

January 28, 2014

Tim, Pat and family. Sorry to read of your fathers death. Prayers from all in our family to you.

Billy Royce

January 27, 2014

And He will raise you up on eagles wings.
He was a remarkable man I am glad to have called him friend and cousin. Rest in Peace.

Kellie Rezac

January 27, 2014

Wally was an AMAZING guy! I loved taking care of him, he was the easiest guy to please.
All he needed was his orange pop & candy!
We will miss you Wally!
Nurse Kellie.

Wanda Knippenberg

January 26, 2014

We are so sorry to read of your loss. Wally was a kind man who Louis loved very much. They are together today in Paradise.

The Wanda Knippenberg Family