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Walter "Wally" Zarry

Saskatoon Sk.
- May 30, 2017

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Obituary

Walter “Wally” Zarry
Sept. 3, 1928 – May 30, 2017

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Wally the morning of May 30, 2017. Wally was born in Saskatoon and spent his early years in Fish Creek and Alvena then , with his parents, moved to Wierdale.He spent many years working for Saan Stores then moving and buying the King George Hotel in Weyburn. After retiring and selling the Hotel he took up riding a Harley and put on many miles during the summer and in Palm Springs in the winter. Wally was a member of the Latomina Masonic Lodge and the Weyburn Shrine Club. Wally is survived by his wife Orline and three sons: Ken (Tara), of Saskatoon, Don, of Prince Albert, and Doug of Victoria. Grandchildren: Jordan ( Kat), Steig, Nana and Kenna. Great grandchildren: Matilda, Sachi ,Coco and Emme. Wally was predeceased by his father and mother, Fred and Mary Zarry, infant brother Adam, and brother Dave. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Saskatoon Nephrology Group, 436 Ave R south, Saskatoon Sk. S7M 2Z1 or to the Sask. Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated.

Funeral Details

A Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, June 7, at Saskatoon Funeral Home beginning at 1:00 p.m. Interment will be held at the Columbarium in St. John’s Cathedral at a later date.

Condolence Messages

Andy & Angie Claude

Written June 06, 2017 from Weyburn, Sask.

So sorry to hear of Wallys passing. Please accept our sincere condolences.

Olga and Lyle Karasiuk

Written June 06, 2017 from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Orline and Family, our most sincere condolences on the passing of Wally. May you find the strength you need to see you through this difficult time. It has been many many years but I can still remember meeting Wally at the Saan Store on 10th Street, steps away from the Modern Market in Prince Albert. Lots of great stories were shared!

Nick & Kathy Coroluick

Written June 05, 2017 from Weyburn, Sask

Orline and Family: our deepest sympathies, I will remember Wally as a Fighter - he fought his illnesses with great determination. I will also remember Wally as a 'Man with Connections' - Wally seemed to know what was happening in Weyburn, long before anyone else... it was humbling to occasionally have the opportunity to refer to his memory and contacts. Rest in Peace Wally.

Bill and Dona Rudachyk

Written June 05, 2017 from Warman, Saskatchewan

We are very saddened by the passing of our very good friend and mentor. We will always remember Wally for his kindness and genuine friendly personality. Rest in peace Wally. You will be missed!!

Latomia Weyburn Lodge No. 20

Written June 04, 2017 from Weyburn, Saskatchewan

On behalf of the Worshipful Master Jed McIntyre and all the brethren of Latomia Weyburn Lodge No. 20 and Freemasons of Saskatchewan, we extend our deepest condolences for your loss. Wally was a true Masonic brother and his memory will live on in our hearts and minds always with thanks for his service to the Lodge and community in the years past.
Brethren and all at Latomia Weyburn Lodge No. 20

Gordon & Wanda Reekie

Written June 03, 2017 from Victoria,, BC

Our deepest Sympathy on Wally's passing.
Our thoughts & prayers are with you & the family. He will always be remembered for his wit, generosity & vitality.
Love Gordon, Wanda & family