Monday, January 29, 2018

Todd Kary Walber

Todd Kary Walber, age 56, of Orlando , passed away Saturday, January 27th, 2018 at Cornerstone Hospice at Orlando Health.  He was born in Sheboygan, WI  the son of Judith Ann Christoplis and Glenn Walber and was employed as a beverage broker.

Todd leaves to cherish his memory, parents Judith Ann and Glenn Walber of Richmond, TX; two daughters Whitney Volpe, Paige Walber,  son,Dustin Walber, all of Orlando; sister, Colette Barrett of Richmon, TX; and 4 grandchildren.

The funeral service will be held 3:00 PM on Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 at Dobbs Funeral Home with Pastor Thomas Hensley officiating.  The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cornerstone Hospice in Todd's name.


Anonymous said...

Todd, this is so unreal to me from the message from your dear cousin Kevin to now realizing that it is all real your gone. You were an amazing man funny, smart, serious and sometimes sad. We shared a lot of time and special moments together. I will always remember your stories wit and you just being silly. RIP my dear friend, I will forever cherish the memories we made and the years we were together.

Praying for your family. Todd loved his family and spoke of them all the time.

Until we meet again, Love always Tammy

Kevin Grohskopf said...

I don't know what to say...other than I loved you like my own brother. Growing up together until we both left for college, our Cedar Lake hikes and antics, and then re-connecting every year since 2007 when we started coming down to Orlando in the winter. Now I have all of these wonderful memories too. We loved meeting & spending time with you and Tammy, and just last March, enjoyed meeting your colleagues and seeing the success of your business. I'll never forget your smile, your laugh, your stories and how you always led the way for me as my four-months older cousin. I really hope you know how much you were loved. Because you were.

Paths that cross with cross again. Kevin

pjb said...

Buddy, you are gone way too soon. From the first time I ever met you until the last, you always made me feel so welcome. You had that gift. I admired you so much. Always will. Your spark of life lives on in the hearts of all who loved you. I'm one.

Badgercat said...

Todd--I was so lucky to have met you. Kevin spoke of you so often--how important you were to each other growing up. He was excited each time we were in Orlando and he got to see you. Reconnecting with you was so precious to him--and watching you two together was precious to me. The love you two had for each other just radiated, and we all basked in the joy of that connection. There are no words for the sadness I feel that you are gone from his life, and that I will never see that smile of reunion on your faces. Right now, I picture you making the angels smile. Peace to you and all who love you. You will not be forgotten.

Renee said...

As I reminisce about my cousin Todd, I fondly remember swimming at cottage, Christmas at Grandma and Grandpa's house, and going to Cedarburg to watch him play football. Even though I haven't seem him for many years he is still in my heart. Till we meet again, rest in peace Todd.

M Jones said...

I would like to offer my condolences for your loss. I hope you will find comfort in knowing that Jehovah, the God of all comfort, will soon eliminate all grief and provide permanent consolation when “all those in the memorial tombs will hear [Christ’s] voice and come out”! (John 5:28, 29) God promises that “he will do away with death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.” (Isa. 25:8) Then, instead of having to “weep with those who weep,” all earth’s inhabitants will “rejoice with those who rejoice.”?—Rom. 12:15.

Anonymous said...

Hello Sir! My friend. My mentor.

Gone too soon.

You'll be thought of fondly and often, I promise. Cheers

-your 'brother'

Phazeurite said...

It seems so unfair that death should have the power to take away someone you love; and when it happens , the thought of never again being able to talk to, laugh with, or hold your love one can be most difficult to bear. That pain is not necessarily erased by being told that your love one is up in heaven. The bible, holds a out a much different hope. At Job 14:14,15, it says that the God of comfort Jehovah, yearns to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them alive on earth. I really hope this thought brings family and friends comfort.