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Walter Meise

Walt Meise

August 25, 1954 December 1, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Walt Meise

Walter “Walt” Meise of Doylestown, PA passed away at his residence on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. He was 66.

Born in Elizabeth, NJ to the late Walter James Meise and Elizabeth Ann (Davis) Meise, Walt resided in Bricktown, NJ before moving to Doylestown, PA in 2000.

Walt received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Biscayne College (St. Thomas University) in Miami Gardens, FL. He was currently employed as a mason with Wade Ray & Associates Construction of South Brunswick, NJ for the past 15 years. Walt was a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of Doylestown and loved to attend sporting events and church events with his family.

He was the beloved husband of 39 years to Beth Meise; devoted father of Daniel Skibsted, Jeffrey Meise and wife Robyn, Hayley Meise and husband Anthony Magliozzi; loving grandfather of Hudson Davis Meise, Luka James Meise and Callum Walter Meise; dear brother of Ellen Labonia (late husband Eugene), Elizabeth Ann DeHanes and husband Mark, Paul Meise, Lillian Triola and husband George, William Meise and wife Marie, Kevin Meise and wife Margie, the late Geraldine Ravaioli (survived by husband Gary), and the late Mary Jane Dawson; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

A service will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1255 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA 18901 on Saturday, December 5th at 2:00pm. In-person attendance for the service will be limited to family only but will be broadcasted via Zoom at the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84160977468?pwd=aEhNSngyTGVNNUZwV2lMVE9JcE1Hdz09 (Meeting ID: 841 6097 7468, Passcode: 093828).

Following the service, all are welcome to attend a viewing held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (see address above) from 3:30pm – 5:30pm. Due to COVID restrictions, only fifty people will be permitted in the building at one time and masks will be required.

Private cremation will follow.

Send condolences to www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com

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    Saturday, December 5, 2020 | 3:30pm - 5:30pm
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    1255 Ferry Road
    Doylestown, PA
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email |
    Saturday, December 5, 2020
    3:30pm - 5:30pm
    In-person attendance for the service will be limited to family only but will be broadcasted via Zoom at the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84160977468?pwd=aEhNSngyTGVNNUZwV2lMVE9JcE1Hdz09 (Meeting ID: 841 6097 7468, Passcode: 093828). Following the service, all are welcome to attend a viewing held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (see address above) from 3:30pm – 5:30pm. Due to COVID restrictions, only fifty people will be permitted in the building at one time and masks will be required.
  • View Service on Zoom Link listed in the obituary

    Saturday, December 5, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Private for Family Only - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    1255 Ferry Road
    Doylestown, PA
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email |
    Saturday, December 5, 2020
    2:00pm

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Ellen, Betty, Paul, Lillian, Billy and Kevin

Our hearts are aching. We will fill our hearts with happy memories. Taking comfort that those who love will be reunited in eternity.

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Eric Hansen

I have so many fond memories of you, Walt – going back almost twenty years when we first met upon the Meise family’s arrival in Doylestown. It didn’t take long to recognize that you were not your average, run of the mill man. You were a person who cared about everyone, and I think that everyone knew that you cared about them. I remember those wonderful occasions, usually at church, when you would come up to me with a little twinkle in your eye to ask how I was doing and to talk about your favorite things – Jeffery, Hailey, Beth, and, of course, baseball. In recent years, the topic was often Hudson, Luka, and Cal. In those conversations, you always made me feel that I was the most important person in the room, but you made everybody else feel the same way. I felt that I could confide in you and maybe tell you things that I wouldn’t be comfortable saying to most others. Walt, you had such a presence that everyone felt. Going to church without your being there has left a hole in our hearts that will be difficult to repair. But we will try to go on without you knowing that is what you expect of us. We will always remember you and we will cherish those wonderful times that we had together.

With love,

Eric Hansen
Comment | Posted at 01:09pm via Condolence

Dalene Olson

When I think of Walt, I think of always showing up. He showed up for holidays and normal days and baby blessings and birthdays. He showed up for moves and service projects and sporting events and all church events. He showed up for his family and his friends and those he barely knew. He just knew how to show up, for all types of people, over and over and over again. My favorite memories of him showing up for me usually involved my three daughters, whether it was playing with them at the beach or shaking their hands crazily at church or complimenting them or bringing chocolate alligators for Alligator Day. I really and truly cannot imagine life without Walt, and his passing has changed me. I want to be better and do better and show up when it matters - and when it seems like it doesn't. I want to greet everyone and see everyone and maybe even take the time to swap a story or two. All our love to Walt's favorites: Beth, Jeffrey, Robyn, Hudson, Luka, Callum, Hayley, Anthony, and Danny.
Comment | Posted at 12:28am via Condolence
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Brian Monson

I will truly miss my friend Walt. I always enjoyed my Yankees conversations with him - trying to predict which prospects would be ready for the big leagues and how the team was performing. I will miss his dedication to others - a man that reached out in friendship to everyone he met, regardless of their station in life or occupation (with the exception of a few referees). He was someone who recognized the value of personal relationships and dedicated much of his life into supporting and encouraging others. He was more excited about the success of the youth in their activities than receiving any praise or recognition for his own accomplishments. He was blessed with the spirit of discernment and could see clearly the things he could do to benefit someone else. He freely gave his time to others in so many ways (most of which are probably not known, even to Beth).

I enjoyed serving with Walt in various Church callings and witnessed his dedication to becoming a true disciple of the Savior. I am also impressed by Beth's patience and support to be able to share Walt's time and attention with so many in their circle. Walt has set a shining example of true love of others in a way that the Savior will be proud of. I hope to incorporate some of his great character into my own actions.

I will miss Walt greatly and look forward to seeing him again.
Comment | Posted at 12:40pm via Condolence

Maryann Soderquist

Brother Meise was always friendly. He made people feel good. He always had a story to tell. Those stories were fun to listen to! He was interesting to talk with. He was always willing to help anyone that needed it. He was kind to me and my family. He was a great father to the ward! He seemed to always be at the church. His spirit will always be a part of that building. I enjoyed having Brother and Sister Meise having dinner with us one Sunday. He offered to help Sariah with her basketball skills.
Comment | Posted at 11:26am via Condolence
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