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Walter W. Wilk Jr. CENTER RUTLAND —Walter W. Wilk Jr., 58, of Center Rutland passed away Saturday March 21, 2020. He was born Nov. 24, 1961, in Rutland, the son of Walter and Arlene (Ware) Wilk. Walt attended Rutland Town Elementary School, Mount Saint Joseph Academy and Champlain College. From 1985 to 2020 he was employed at CVPS/Green Mountain Power and performed many different functions there. Walt enjoyed playing softball, cross-country skiing, cycling and cheering on the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. Walt was a mentor and role model for many, a kind, generous and respectful man. This was especially true for his nieces and nephews. Walt could be found out and about in downtown Rutland, where he seemed to be known and loved by nearly everyone. Walt is survived by his two sisters, Sandra Fleming and partner John Cummings and Susan Hommel and husband Steve; nephews Josh Notte and fiancée Becky and John Fleming, a niece Sara Fleming and fiancé Brett, and great nephews Tyler and Owen and a great niece Riley. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Relay for Life, 55 Day Lane Williston, VT 05495, one that Walt never missed or to a charity of ones choice. Funeral services will be held at a later date in St. Peters Church with burial to follow in Evergreen Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Clifford Funeral Home

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Sara Hobson

I won't forget you, Walt. Thank you for all the smiles and kind words.

BJames

Walt was one of the kindest ..most gentle human beings i have ever known..i was blessed to know him over our years at CVPS/GMP.. Gone but not forgotten ❤

Liz & Tim Nichols

Dear Walt's Family,

I worked with Walt at CVPS in CIC and then he worked with Tim at GMP reading meters. Nicest guy ever, always had a smile and something nice to say. We would meet at the Tunbridge fair every year to share stories, quiet time and an Apple Crisp...

He was very proud of his family and spoke of them often.

He will be missed and we will always remember during the Red Sox games..

Bkerns

XC skiing forever...... I will miss my encounters with Walt on the trails of Mt Top Inn. A very kind-spirited and caring person indeed.

hajawillow

My thoughts and prayers go out to Walt's family. I will miss you Walt, from having a chat where every we bumped into each other to serving you your mile high Maple Creamee in a Dish please. We will miss looking for you at every event we have at the Maple Sugar House, waiting to holler your name as you come in the doors. Since I was a kid I have looked up to you. You will be missed profoundly kind man.

tbriggs5388

I'm sorry to hear that Walt passed on. Walt was great guy. He was always nice and caring for others. I enjoyed working with Walt. Thoughts and prayers for his family. Walt will be missed.

cztashie

Sending our thoughts to all who loved Walt. He brought such light into this world and we will miss him very much.

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