Walter BelvealJanuary 29, 1941 ~ January 25, 2019 (age 77)
We will forever miss the man we called "Daddy" when we were little and "Dad" as we grew up.
How can words express how we feel about him; when us girls were looking for a husband, he was the standard we looked for in a man. For his son he was the role model for how a man should be in everything. Our mom used to say “when they made him they broke the mold”.
When we were younger we thought all men were as good as our dad, but we were wrong. We don’t know of a more devoted husband, caregiver, friend, or hard worker. There is not a person out there that could say a bad thing about him; he was truly humble.
He had a serving spirit, he was loving, kind, and would always help everyone who asked if he was able. He always put everyone else’s needs in front of his own. We know without a doubt when he stood before his maker the Lord, God said, “well done, good and faithful servant."
We love you, Dad; not goodbye, but "see you later."