In loving memory of

Vincent W. Walters
October 14, 1941 - September 12, 2020

Vincent W. Walters, Jr., age 78, of Ambler, died Saturday, September 12, 2020, in Abington Hospital Jefferson Health after a hard battle with multiple medical conditions.

Born in Philadelphia, PA., he was the son of the late Vincent W. and Gertrude (nee McAleer) Walters.

Mr. Walters was a graduate of La Salle College High School and La Salle College. He was a former Christian Brother who taught in Pittsburgh, during which he gained a Master's Degree in English from the University of Pittsburgh. He then went on to earn a Master's in Business Administration from Wharton School. He was a widely experienced corporate consultant, then Financial Advisor for Merrill Lynch and was with Morgan Stanley in Philadelphia for over 20 years, remaining active to the time of his passing.

He served on the board of LaSalle College High School for many years. He was an avid traveler, well read and obtained great pleasure observing and commenting upon the political and social affairs of his time.

He is the beloved husband of Helen M. (nee Harasimowicz) Walters and the cherished brother of Mary Grady of Chesterbrook, PA, Charles Walters and his wife Sharleen of Chadds Ford, PA, Gertrude Walters of Philadelphia, and of Margaret Walters, who predeceased him. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, September 18, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at St. Alphonsus Church, 1565 Temple Drive, Maple Glen, PA 19002 followed by a Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM.

Remembrances in his name to La Salle College High School, 8605 W Cheltenham Ave, Wyndmoor, PA 19038 https://www.lschs.org/ would be appreciated by the family.

Please note that Face Masks and Social Distancing is required at Church by COVID protocols.

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Tributes

Rick Willhardt wrote on Sep 18, 2020:

"Vince and I met at Penn in 1970. I was soon calling him my best friend because we talked about everything and he was the smartest, funniest person I had ever met. I see from other tributes that he had this effect on all of us. We are lucky to have known him. We truly loved him. Thanks Vin."

Pat Hughes wrote on Sep 18, 2020:

"There are no words to express how sorry I am at the passing of Vince. He was always so kind and always ready to help with any questions I had. I will miss our chats. Though I never met Helen he always spoke fondly of her. My prayers are with her. Vince was the best. Pat Hughes"

Rita Kenefic wrote on Sep 17, 2020:

"Mike and I will always remember Vin?s warmth, humor, hospitality and caring nature. It was always a joy to be in his presence. A truly good man, Vin will be deeply missed. Rita Kenefic"

Janice and Jim Johnson wrote on Sep 17, 2020:

"We have known and been friends with Vin for the past 44 years, having met him as a neighbor. We shared many fond memories of our super club, Christmas dinners and trips together. He was a wonderful man with a constant smile and a genuine kindness for everyone. He will be missed by so many . Our hearts go out to Helen as she navigates through this loss. We love you Vin! Janice and Jim"

Glen Frost wrote on Sep 17, 2020:

"A very nice gentleman who always had a kind smile and firm handshake for all. "

Carol Trama wrote on Sep 17, 2020:

"I am so sorry to hear of Vince?s passing. ? I worked with/for Vince At Paine Webber decades ago and will always remember his quick wit and contagious smile and laugh! No matter what pressures were coming at him he always handled them with humor and poise. While I never had the honor of meeting you, Helen, i came to know you through Vinces ? kindness and generous spirit. I know you had a hand in picking out the thoughtful and lovely Christmas gifts which were said to come from you both. This is so very sad. I will be praying God?s peace and comfort over you and your family. My sincere and deepest sympathies on the loss of your beloved Vince, Sincerely, Carol "

Linda Rettershofer wrote on Sep 16, 2020:

"I worked with Vince and Helen at Morgan Stanley for 3 years but have known them for many years. Vince was a wonderful person and a delight to work with. he had a wonderful sense of humor and kind word for everyone. he will be missed, may he rest in peace. my thoughts and prayers are with Helen and her family."

Teresa Albert wrote on Sep 16, 2020:

"Dear, sweet Vince! I'm heartbroken that his long, hard fought battle has ended- a warrior throughout. One of my favorite clients, I'll miss our monthly salon visits that inevitably involved both of us breaking into laugh-out-loud silliness! His devotion to his beloved Helen was immense, as was his attachment to his sweet poochies. Surely his entrance to heaven was guaranteed from a life well lived. He has a new audience now for storytelling & jokes- I think I hear the thunderous laughing now! Godspeed Vince ???"

Teresa Albert wrote on Sep 16, 2020:

"Dear, sweet Vince! I'm heartbroken that one of my favorite clients has left us after a long, hard-fought battle. I'll miss our monthly chats in the salon, that inevitably involved laugh-out-loud silliness! His devotion to his beloved Helen & poochies were immense. A life well lived has surely gained him entrance to heaven, where he has a new audience to entertain. Godspeed Vincent. ???"

Nancy Taggart wrote on Sep 15, 2020:

"Was there anyone ever who could tell a story like Vinny? From the first word we sat spellbound listing to the anointed raconteur of the cul-de-sac. No detail went unnoticed whether it was a menu, a seat at the theatre, or your new hair style he noticed it all! ?Can I get you anything?? was the first words uttered when entering Ormandy Place then off we went nonstop talking through the evening. Husband, brother, friend, showman, teacher, he was it all ...and then some. Aficionado of words, lover of life and a beautiful person of integrity he was my hero. A pencil in God?s hand; I will miss every fiber of his being. What a charmer!"

Nancy Molyneaux wrote on Sep 15, 2020:

"I've known Vince all my life and will so miss his humor, kindness, and generosity. I will also miss his unabashed love of preppy fashion long after it had gone out of style. He delighted in crazy plaid pants, pants with little whales all over them, and wonderfully silly ties of similar ilk. My heart goes out to Helen for the loss of such a unique character as Vince. "