Dale Daniel Waldschmitt, Sr.

Born: March 31, 1938

Entered into Rest: June 30, 2012

Dale Waldschmitt Sr., 74 of Lincoln, CA, passed away on  June 30,2012. He was born March 31, 1938 in Los Angeles, CA, to Arnold and Bernadine Waldschmitt. He is survived by his loving wife Elizabeth Waldschmitt, sons Dale Jr. (Debbie) and Frank (Anna) Waldschmitt, 2 grandsons and 1 granddaughter.

 

Friends are welcome for visitation at St Joseph’s Catholic Church, 280 Oak Tree Lane, Lincoln on Thursday July 5th, 2012 from 5- 7 pm and to attend the Rosary following at 7 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 280 Oak Tree Lane, Lincoln on Friday July 6, 2012 at 11:00 am.

 

Inurnment will be private.

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3 Comments to “Dale Daniel Waldschmitt, Sr.”

  1. Wayne Waldschmitt

    Dale is {was} my younger brother. He was the kindest, most polite person that I had the privilege of knowing, and be related to. As a youngster, growing, up in Bishop CA he was a full time, dedicated Alter Boy to our Catholic Priest, Fr. Baitasen (SP?) as well as a helping hand in any efforts required by the Father. He enlisted in the army and worked on the defence of our country during the Cold War. After his discharge he went to work, for the state of CA, in the position of a Civil engineer. During this career he earned many outstanding awards. His favorite place was Shoshone Death Valley, which he wil be returned to. Dale leaves behind a very dedicated, caring family to be mighty proud of. I love and will miss him.
    Wayne

  2. Joe, Vandy, Nick, Amanda, Meghan

    You will be greatly missed Uncle Dale. You were a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. You had a deep love for your family, and they for you. You were there when anyone needed you. We will always remember the good times we shared with you and Aunt Liz, and Dale Jr. and Frank; holiday dinners, graduation parties, birthday parties, and just getting together for the fun of it. Lots of love, laughter, good food and Indian Bingo games – you really enjoyed those. We miss you Uncle Dale, and it comforts us knowing you’re in Heaven watching over your family. Peace be with you Uncle Dale, you will never be forgotten, and we love you very much.

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