RITLAW Walter Terry
of Waterford, passed away April 13, 2019 at 85 years of age. Loving husband of Patricia for 49 years; dear father of Deborah (Alan) Seybert, Kathy (Brian) Emory, Lisa (Steve Burrows) Ritlaw, Greg (Edith) Ritlaw, Corey Ritlaw, Richard Ritlaw, and Kristine Ritlaw; grandfather of 25; great grandfather of 31; great great grandfather of 1. Walt was a veteran of US Army Korea and retired from Pontiac Motors in 1991 after 39 years of service. He enjoyed coaching for many years for his children; time with grandchildren; bingo; and time spent with friends at the Green Apple. He will be dearly missed by all who love him.
Family will receive friends Wednesday 3:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME-WATERFORD.
Walt’s family would like to thank Lourdes Nursing Home in Waterford for their wonderful care.
Jr had the biggest heart of anyone I have ever known. He was quite a guy. R.I.P. my dear friend.
My heart is so full for you all. I'll cherish the laughter we had and the visits we shared. Sending my love to you.... hugs
Judy (Dinkins) Brennecke
Jr was always a great guy. He would pack as many of us as he could into his car and take us to the rolladium or to dances and I do not remember where they were but I do remember all the good times. Rest In Peace and feel the comfort of Gods arms in bracing you Many will miss you but happy you no longer are in pain
This is my grandpa. Was a loving man and always treated me good. Will miss the card games we played together. He has incredible family & friends around him.
Rest In Peace papa
Greg, Edith and Family, we are so sorry for the loss of your father and grandfather. Hope that you are comforted by the love of family and friends and the memories you shared. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mark, Molly and Anya Frever
Theresa Schroeder (Umscheid)
My sincere condolences to your family, you are in my thoughts and prayers
My sincerest and deepest condolences to the Ritlaw family. Mr. Ritlaw was a great man! One thing that set him apart in my memories is that he gave everyone a chance to play on is baseball teams no matter their ability! He was a coach for the right reasons the kids and helping them get better. I never saw his ego get in a way of making the right decisions.