Condolences for Tanya L. Walter

Bethany Bowyer posted on 12/8/11

Mrs. Walter, You are in my thoughts and I thank you for all of wonderful memories you helped me build. The songs I sing during the holidays this year will be for you.With love, Bethany


Wanda Orris posted on 12/5/11

Even though we didn't see each other often, we always seemed to just "pick up where we left off last visit". I will miss Tanya and her visits to Florida. We didn't get to see each other as often as we would have liked since I worked a lot, but we did have some special times together and I will always have great memories of those times. I will miss her Christmas cards because hers was always the first card I received every year <3 She had a sweet spirit and will be missed by many. Love you Tanya <3


Marge Bones posted on 12/5/11

I just heard of Tanya's death. I am so sorry for the family's loss. I always enjoyed talking and laughing with Tanya when she worked at the middle school. I had both Jaime and Rachel for students, and they are her living legacy. She made the world a better place !


Debbie Cluts posted on 12/1/11

My sincerest condolences to Mrs. Walters family. She was a wonderful teacher that not only fostered a love for music that I still carry with me today but also made me want to pursue teaching (as all good teachers do). I am sure she will be missed by all her former students at Chardon. May fond memories of her keep you warm this holiday season.


Jennifer McDougall posted on 12/1/11

Most sincere sympathies to Tanya's family and loved ones. With deepest condolences,Jennifer McDougallMOPS Drama Ladies 2010-11


Sheila Bissell posted on 11/30/11

I've known Tanya since we first moved to Chardon, we met at church. She has been a life-long friend and I'm so sad to think she's gone. Tanya, we will see each other again someday. I know you're singing w/the angels. Much love to you and your family. Sheila Bissell


Janice Black posted on 11/29/11

Tanya and I were in high school band and drama together. She had nothing but smiles each time we were together. I'm sure this loss is a great loss as I remember the loss of Dave (we sang the same part in our respective quartets in Ensembles).Know that you are in my prayers at this time of loss.Jan Black


michelle posted on 11/28/11

Mrs.Walter was the best choir teacher. She will Definetly be missed. May god be with her family as they grieve. RIP Mrs. Walter you will never be forgotten.


Sher posted on 11/28/11

I thank God for Mrs. Walter. She was very passionate and committed about singing and music. She loved teaching music to her students. I remember being in the choir and show choir with her; it was educational and fun. Her teaching and fundamentals she gave has stuck with me through the years. "You'll be greatly missed Mrs. Walter. I know your looking down on us now from heaven." The family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you the strength to make it through this time of grief.Choir Student from 1992-1995


Dr. Connie (Peine) Williams posted on 11/28/11

To family of friends of Tanya,It is with heartfelt sadness that I read of the passing of Tanya. She and I have been friends since Junior High. I remember the silly giggling that only young girls can muster during pajama parties when we were supposed to be asleep. She was always the kind of friend who provided a spiritual light for others to follow...and it was during a summer bible study that she had invited me to attend where I was first saved, so I am one soul whose life has been changed forever by her illuminating faith.Unfortunately, it is too far for me to travel, especially this time of year as an educator...finals at the University where I teach and pre-holiday madness in the school district where I work. I know Tanya would understand, as a fellow educator - just one more aspect of our two lives that was shared. I believe that the choirs in heaven just got better with the addition of her angelic voice. She is with her mom again... and with David...and will be missed here on earth.May God enfold you in his tender care as you grieve the loss and celebrate the life of Tanya.Lovingly,Dr. Connie (Peine) Williams


Marissa Veitch posted on 11/28/11

She was a wonderful teacher and always believed in her students. I first meet Mrs. Walter in the 5th grade when I tried out for choir. She will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to her family and friends.


Pam Crawford posted on 11/27/11

We are truly sorry for your loss. May God comfort you through the love and support of family and friends. We will be praying for your entire family during this difficult time.The Crawford family - Cherry Hollow


Brooke Helfferich posted on 11/27/11

My condolences go out to Mrs.Walters entire family. I was a student at Chardon High and she was my choir director for four years. She had a great passion for what she did and she will be missed. May God bless you all and my continued prayers.


Sarah Nosse posted on 11/27/11

Mrs. Walters,Thank you for teaching me about singing and music. With out you pushing me to be the best singer I would not have grown to love music as I have. You gave me the confidence and the skills to be the singer I am today. I know you are enjoying singing in the chior to the Lord and I look forward to joining you in wopship to Christ in Heaven soon.with love and peace to your family,Sarah Nosse