Trueman Walters

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Died: July 18, 2021
Place: Strathmere Lodge, Strathroy

Bev and Doug Jones
(Tuesday, July 20, 2021)

What a beautiful,thoughtful, loving tribute to your beloved Trueman. Although we didnt have the pleasure meeting this fine gentlem, we've only heard wonderful things. May he rest in peace.


Mark Greenwood
(Tuesday, July 20, 2021)

Truman was a real character,hard to forget his Witt. My deepest condolence


Kim and Dave Newsome
(Tuesday, July 20, 2021)

Our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to all of Trueman’s family. What a beautiful and loving tribute to a wonderful man. Dave and I enjoyed our visits and chats with him. Cherish the wonderful memories you hold in your heart. May he Rest in Peace. Love and hugs.


Ramona Meharg
(Tuesday, July 20, 2021)

So many great memories of working for Trueman at the Drive In, and Audrey, Pam & the kids, as well. Love the photo of him at the Drive In. He was it’s heart and soul for so many years. Love to the family.
Ramona


Anita Gartshore, Ramona Meharg, Andrea Reyneart
(Tuesday, July 20, 2021)

Anita Gartshore, Ramona Meharg, Andrea Reyneart has made a donation to Humane Society of London & Middlesex on behalf of Trueman Walters.


Lynn Laporte
(Wednesday, July 21, 2021)

My deepest condolences to Debbie and her family! I hope your loving memories bring you peace, comfort and strength at this time.


Lena Johnston (Hesselmans)
(Thursday, July 22, 2021)

To Pam and Family,
I am so thankful for the years spent with Trueman and your family working at the London Drive In. I will always remember the fun and laughter we shared. Lots of love,
Lena


Karen & Rob
(Thursday, July 22, 2021)

Pam, Kirk and family
We are sorry to hear of the passing of your father, grandfather and great grandfather. The obituary was a wonderful tribute to Truman. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Kare & Rob xo


Cheri Fisher
(Thursday, July 22, 2021)

So sorry to hear of your loss. Trueman was one in a million. Such a kind, funny compassionate man. Your family was like a second family to me and I will never forget all of those years at the drive-in. Trueman was a big part of so many lives. I will never forget the kindness he showed to me and so many others.


Dale Smith
(Saturday, July 24, 2021)

My sincere condolences to the extended Truman Family. I am now 65 years old but I still remember the many formative years working at the Mustang Drivein Theatre on Wilton Grove Road. Truman was always great to be around and helped many young people start out in their working careers and forming their lives. We would share many laughs out by the box office, or some of the late night antics of some of the people in the back rows at the theater! May God bless you and your family in these coming days as you mourn your loss.

Dale Smith


April and Shanna (Leigh)
(Saturday, July 24, 2021)

We are so very sorry to hear of Truman's passing...or as we have always known him to be "Mr. Walters". He was such a kind, gentle sole that will be sorely missed by everyone. We have such fond memories of him, from the movie theaters, and parties and to sitting on the porch with our Dad on Maitland St., sharing a "small smash". He was a huge part of our childhood, we will always keep his memory close to our hearts. Love to all, April, Shanna and families xo


Deborah Walmsley
(Saturday, July 24, 2021)

To the Walters Family I was sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I had the privilege of working with your Mom at Simpson's and through her I was lucky enough to meet your Dad. He was so kind and loving, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. Cherish your wonderful memories that will always be in your heart.
Debbie and Paul Walmsley


Paul and Mary Lynn Mansell
(Saturday, July 24, 2021)

When we were first in business in 1979 Trueman would come in to buy material for the drive-in. We always enjoyed his pleasant good humour and warm personality. He was a special person fondly remembered. Our condolences to his family on your loss.


Paul and Mary Lynn Mansell
(Saturday, July 24, 2021)

When we were first in business in 1979 Trueman would come in to buy material for the drive-in. We always enjoyed his pleasant good humour and warm personality. He was a special person fondly remembered. Our condolences to his family on your loss.


Moe Peters
(Sunday, July 25, 2021)

In reading of Walter's passing, l reflect back on many many fond memories of him, and, of course You, his family, while working at Kingston's Grand Theatre as well as the Mustang Drive -In. l respected him as a very good friend and ,as my boss. l often wondered how he was fulfilling his life, so l was happy to see posted that he had a loving family that He always supported. l would love to hear from You, if it's at all possible at the above e-mail address. Your in my heart at this time. Sincerely, Moe Peters.


Joan Drady
(Thursday, July 29, 2021)

May your heart be comforted by the fond memories you have of Trueman. My aunt (Pat) worked for him at the Mustang Drive-In, Kingston and I met Trueman and Audrie through her. With Caring Sympathy, Joan Drady


Scott Evans
(Thursday, July 29, 2021)

I am so sorry to hear the news. I just drove by the Mustang the other day and immediately thought of Trueman with extremely fond memories. My sincere condolences and heartfelt thanks for the man that Trueman was and the fond memories he provided me and the Evans Family.


Heather Lake (Carter)
(Friday, July 30, 2021)

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I am so grateful for the stories and the laughs and all the memories. Trueman lived an amazing life and touched so many people. Take comfort knowing he’s at peace and smile at the memories. Much love to you all.


Karen McClennan (Kim & Kathy)
(Saturday, September 11, 2021)

Karen McClennan (Kim & Kathy) has made a donation to Humane Society of London & Middlesex on behalf of Trueman Walters.