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Wallace, Emeline 1840-1924
Wallace, Etheldred 1782-1862
Wallace, Evans 1807-1864
Wessler, Walter V 1918-2001
West, Dennis K 1939-2001
Whalen, Louisa Ellen 1848-1933
White, Charles Allen 1857-1936
White, Charlotte Belle 1855-1920
White, Elijah Upton 1853-1881
White, Fannie Anne Elizabeth 1862-1943
White, Hezekiah 1824-1910
White, Laura 1853-1881
White, Leona Celeste 1857-1944
White, Mary Columbia 1851-1912
White, Mary Etta 1860-1884
White, Samuel David 1830-1913
White, Sarah M 1827-1900
White, William Allen 1829-
White, William Lawson 1801-1876
Wilcox, Erma J 1921-2001
Willard, Emma 1919-2000
Williams, Nancy Jane 1849-1935
Winegar, Ann M 1955-2001
Wride, Fern 1893-1983
Wright, Erma Ruth 1908-1995
Walter V. Wessler (1918-2001)
Walter V. Wessler (1918-2001)

Walter died 5 April 2001 in Ogden, Utah at the age of 83. He was born 17 Jan 1918 in Ogden, a son of George C. and Eliza Evans Wessler.

Walter married 10 May 1939 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. His spouse is a granddaughter of Heber "C" Taylor & Eliza Baird. Heber was a son of Joseph Taylor & Hannah Mariah Harris.

Walter served as a High Councilman, High Priest Group Leader, in three Bishoprics, and in the Young Men's program.

He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Army. He received the Bronze Star.

Walter worked as a butcher for over 30 years. He and his wife owned and operated Walt's Market for 20 of those years. After retiring, he worked as a custodian for the LDS Church. Walter was a member of the Utah Grocers Association.

Surviving are his wife, one son and one daughter, seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchfldren. Interment, Ogden City Cemetery 9 Apr 2001.

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