Walter “Wally” Fred GRAMS
On February 25, 2022, Mr. Wally Grams with his dear wife Eva holding his hand, was called Home to be with his Lord and Saviour and he is now reunited with his beloved son Cory. Wally was 86 years of age. Wally will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 63 years Eva, sister Velma (Gerry) Stober as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Wally was predeceased by his only son Cory on February 24, 1999, his parents Fred and Emily Grams, siblings: brother Reinhardt Grams and sister Linda Walters.
The family would like to thank Units 51 & 43 at the Grey Nun’s Hospital for their compassion and care.
A funeral service celebrating Wally’s life will be held on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Terwillegar Community Church, 1751 Town Centre Blvd NW, with Pastor Norb Janke officiating. Viewing will be at the church commencing at 10:00 a.m. Interment to follow at Glenwood Memorial Gardens.
If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Terwillegar Community Church Outreach Program. To livestream the service please go to https://youtu.be/3lM0LdE2uj0 For those who unable to view live, a recording of the service will be posted on www.tcchurch.ca. To send messages of condolence please visit http://www.pointewestfuneral.com.
We will miss him greatly. We had so many great and fun times together playing Rook and sharing meals with Eva and Wally.Rest In Peace our Dear Friend
Uncle Wally was the kindest, loving uncle anyone could ever want! He married my Aunt Eve and they moved to Edmonton when I was just a little boy, but the times they came for visits were joyful and memorable. Auntie Eva, GOD Bless you and we all morn your loss.
Eva my deepest condolences on the loss on your dear husband Wally. Ray coached Cory in hockey many years ago.Take Care and my Wally rest in peace.
Eva my deepest condolences on the loss on your dear husband Wally. Ray coached Cory in hockey many years ago.Take Care and may Wally rest in peace.
Our deepest sympathies to you Aunt Eva. Wally was a very kind and loving person. You continue to be in our prayers.
RIP my dear Uncle Walter. You will be missed, but not forgotten
Eva we mourn with you at the loss of your beast friend and husband. Envy him as he gets to see all of family gone before us. Praying God give you peace and solace in the comming days.
Blessings Cobie & Vern
Eva so sorry for your lose. Wally was such a special kind man and was always evident how much you two loved each other. Those memories will
be a comfort to you in the coming days. Wally loved his sports and gospel music so we always had that in common.
We enjoyed so much our times together at quartet conventions letting us stay with you when Grady was being born.
Eva you and Wally were always special to us and we will miss calling and talking with Wally.
These are hard times for you now but God has promised never to leave us and we pray he will comfort you at this time
Uncle Wally was gentle and kind. I have fond memories of our family trip to Walt Disney World together as well as trips out west to their beautiful backyard in Edmonton. Auntie Eva you will continue to be in our prayers.
As a 15 yr old teen-ager, I got to know Walter when we travelled as a family to Swan River and Minitonas, Man. and remember having a sleep-over at the Grams farm. We got to know Linda, and Velma. Over the years Iwould seeWalter atQuartet Sings inRed Deer nd Alberta beach, weddings and funerals. Eva -I wish you our deepest condolences and have experienced the travesty of diabetes. I pray that God would grant you comfort as you grieve the lossof Walter./ (Excuse the typing)
We will miss the kind man that Wally was. Wally and Eva were the kind of people that make a neighborhood a better place. Eva we are so sorry for your loss but we know that the love of God who lived in Wally is alive in you and will be your steady strength until we all meet again in a better place.
I remember Uncle Wally as the young man who began dating my Aunt Eva, the happiness surrounding their wedding and their
life together in their home in Edmonton. The Lord has chosen to take Uncle Wally into his presence, eternal joy and peace.
He will always be remembered as the faithful and kind person that he was. I extend my condolences to the Grams family and
may the Lord comfort you Aunt Eva in your loss of Wally. God keep you and bless you. Sally Hogg.
We are so sorry that we missed the funeral of Wally. We were shocked to know about his death last week. We always loved talking to him and admire his presence. Wally will always be missed.