William M. Walterhoefer, 67 of Dagsboro, Delaware passed away Thursday, June 30, 2011 in Atlanta, GA. Mr. Walterhoefer is survived by his son, Scott Walterhoefer and his wife, Erin of Buford, GA; daughters, Kimberly Beaudry and her husband, Matt of Dacula, GA and Amy Thompson of Buford, GA; brothers, Robert Walterhoefer and his wife, Nancy of Saint Michael, MD and Thomas Walterhoefer of Beaufort, SC; grandchildren, Kevin and Rachel Beaudry. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, July 8, 2011 at 12:30 p.m. at Fellows-Helfenbein-Newnam Funeral Home, 200 South Harrison, Easton, MD 21601, with interment to follow at Eastern Shore Veteran Cemetery in Hurlock, MD. Oneline condolences may be express at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Wally was a great American and great leader. I knew him from the Maryland National Guard.
    Jerry and Lynne Krometis

  2. Oh my god! Such a shock to our group of fisherman! We have gone to fish every year for more than 15 years, first in Canada, then to North Carolina and this year was to be Virginia. We will miss you dear friend.

  3. Bill and Julie were our next door neighbors in Severna Park MD for almost ten years. We have fond memories of our daily chats, helping each other with our outdoor chores, parties, fishing with Bill, sharing photos of family and just good old fashion neighborly friendship. Our son a history major in particular really enjoyed Bill’s story telling especially about his military career. Our prayers are with Bill’s family and friends. The Malkowski Family

  4. I have many great memories of Bill . One of which is Shark Fishing with Bill and his Dad and Brothers .
    R.I.P Bill . There is a Special place for Aviators up there.

  5. I did not have the pleasure of meeting Mr. Walterhoefer but I did know bob know and Nany for years. They were my bosses. It is with great saddness to hear of his passing. I am sure he was an awesome man.

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