William Wallencheck

William Wallencheck, Age 91, of Uniontown, passed away Tuesday, January 7, 2020 in Mount Macrina Manor. He was born in Martin, PA on December 24, 1928 son of Anthony Wallencheck and Anna Marinch Wallencheck. In addition to Bill’s parents he was preceded in death by his two brothers, Alfred Wallencheck and Charles Wallencheck and three deceased sisters, Lillian Wallencheck, Soph Gvora and Jeannette Jesso.

Bill was a 1946 graduate of Masontown High School and then enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II in the European Theatre of Operation. He worked as a steelworker for Ryerson Steel Company of Cleveland, OH. Bill was a member of AMVETS Post #103 of Hopwood, American Legion Post #51 and VFW Post #8543. He enjoyed flea markets and raising race horses.

Left to cherish Bill’s memory are his wife Eldora (Ellie) Andrew Wallencheck; a son, John of Fairchance; a daughter Jackie Workman and husband Alan of Lemont Furnace; three grandchildren, Chad Workman of North Ridgeville, OH, Brett Workman of Lemont Furnace and Kelsey Laughery and husband Derek of Uniontown, PA; and a sister, June Slapnik of Willoughby, OH and many nieces and nephews.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORIES, INC., 80 Morgantown St., Uniontown, PA. Family and friends will be received in the Trinity United Presbyterian Church, 78 Morgantown St., Uniontown, PA 15401from 2 until 4 PM.

Donations in memory of Bill may be made to Amedysis Hospice, 20 Highland Park Dr., Uniontown, PA 15401.

Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at adferguson.com and on the funeral home Facebook page.

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Jane Grote
Jane Grote
4 years ago

Ellie, Jackie & family, sad to see Bill had passed. Fond memories of him at our parties and your home. God bless you all, love Jane K. Grote.p

Jennifer Nicholson
Jennifer Nicholson
4 years ago

I used to work at Hillside Manor and I was one of the aides that took care of Mr. Wallencheck. We became really close and he became family to me. Once I quit Hillside I would go back just to check on how he was doing. It hurts me dearly to know he is now gone. He will never be forgotten, and always will be loved by me. I am so dearly sorry for your loss and I am sending prayers your way.

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