Wolodymyr "Walter" Chomyk
March 21, 1927 - September 23, 2014
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Wolodymyr “Walter” Chomyk, 87, of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at Bayfront Health Port Charlotte. Walter was born March 21, 1927 to Myhalo and Daria Chomyk in Ukraine. He was a wonderful husband, father, brother, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend and will forever be missed by all who loved and knew him.…

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Woody & June Browning left a message on October 1, 2014:
We're sorry we didn't have the privilege of knowing Walter We recall many loving comments from Rose Marie and Steve about him. He certainly raised a fine woman, wife and mother in Rose Marie. She is a living tribute to the greatness and strength of Walter's character. Our sympathies and prayers are with Walter's family as they cope with their loss. May God grant them many wonderful memories of Walter that never dim. May He grant them the knowledge that Walter is now with God in Paradise.
Dan Overweg left a message on September 26, 2014:
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Dan & Lea Ann
Diane Palko Lawriw left a message on September 26, 2014:
z hlybokoyu sympatieyeyu.
Dana & Toni Marcum left a message on September 25, 2014:
Rosemarie, Steve and Family~ Dana and I are so sorry to hear that your Dad has passed away Rosemarie. It is such sad news and our thoughts and prayers are with you. The next few days and beyond will be extremely hard for you, just try to hold onto your memories and the Love you have for your Dad. He may not be with you here on Earth but he is with you everyday in Spirit~ And when God calls you home you will be reunited once again..... All of our Love, Dana & Toni xoxoxoxoxox
Susan Thompson left a message on September 25, 2014:
Rose Marie, Steve,April,Emily and Tyler and extended family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I am sorry that I did not have the pleasure of meeting your Dad in person however knowing the love that you and your brothers had for him and the dedication you showed him, I am sure he was a great person to have raised a dear friend like you Rosie. I am confident that you have many wonderful memories of your Dad and have made some lasting memories these last months you spent by his side since moving. Cherish them and know that you are all in my prayers.. With love Your friend Susan Thompson
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Stephanie Chomyk left a message on September 25, 2014:
It brings me great joy to be able to share some happy memories of my grandpa that I will never forget. Thank you so much for reading this as it allows me the opportunity to share this moment with you for him. Some of my happiest childhood memories revolve around Grandpa Chomyk. As he would often watch over my brother and I, he regularly made us pierogies and would try to teach us Ukrainian words. Of course, with his strong Ukrainian accent, we would try to say the word and quickly give up as we couldn't say it. He showed me how to garden and grow different fruits and vegetables. He spent a lot of time with my brother and I and, if you know my grandpa, he is a creature of habit. I remember we would go out to the garden every morning like clockwork and check on the garden to pick fruit/vegetables. What's funny, is Grandpa Chomyk was a man of structure and discipline. A man like that normally doesn't tolerate horseplay or any shenanigans that kids pull. But, he found his own way to show you that he cared. He knew that we loved Klondike bars. He always made it a point to have Klondike bars in the freezer for us. Every time I go to the store and see the Klondike bars, I think of Grandpa Chomyk. Also, Grandpa grew oranges and LOVED orange juice. You MUST have your glass of OJ every morning. I remember waking up to breakfast (remember...clockwork...6AM :) and he would always say "drink your orange juice....you need your orange juice...it's good for you". That was his way of caring for you as he believed that kept you health (he's right...good ole Vitamin C). I am so thankful to have such great childhood memories and I will cherish them forever. Thanks again for allowing me to share Take care, Stephanie Chomyk
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