Many find memories of the judge and his zest for life. After finding out we came from the same English Ancester William Odell who hid on a ship so as.not to pay a fee in 1634. Wally was my moms 11th cousin. The judge and my mother shared their love of genealogy and sources. My thoughts and prayers are with you wonderful Ausers young and “older”.
RIP Uncle Wally, the name I called you. You were the best. I will always remember and cherish all the special memories with you, Ina and myself while working in the law office. You hired me as a teenager and helped me grow. Love and respect for you always. You helped shape my life for the better.
Being your Court Stenographer while you served as Judge in Fulton City Court was one of the greatest experiences of my life. I remember challenging you on some of your decisions and you telling me "you were the Judge". We laughed!!!!
I am saddened to hear the news. You will be missed.
Heaven just received another Angel.
Prayers for your family.
Love to Wally and Jeff and your families.
I am deeply sorry for this loss. Wally became a very dear acquaintance during these past 3 years. I looked forward to our weekly visits at BC that often included many lively conversations.... thanks to his quick wit, warm heartedness and keen intellect. Wally was never bashful though always a gentleman. I grew fond of his storytelling and yes even hearing his political opinions & discussing current local and national events with him. Often Wally would spontaneously open into song and before long I and others would be singing along with him. He made people smile! I know the entire McAndrew/Greiner and Ainsworth clan have been blessed by Wally's friendship, He was a gentleman and a scholar but most of all a real JOY for all of us. Our heartfelt condolences to each of his loved ones.....
With Gratitude and Sincerity, Joyce and Tom