BOSCOSCURO, Walter (Wal)

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Passed away peacefully surrounded by loving family on Friday, 22nd of October 2021. Beloved husband of Lyn. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Deanna and Stephen, David and Katie, and Adam. Adored Poppy and Nonno of Jane, Leah, Nicholas, Flynn, and Charlie. Treasured brother and brother-in-law of Al and Liana. Cherished friend of Peter and Sue. “Uncle Wally” of Stephen, Michael, Natalie, Mark, and Sarah. Wal will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 74 Years
A life well lived

A private service will be held on Friday, 29th of October 2021 at 12pm.

Wal’s family invite you to view his service online via the link below.
http://fcp.mediahouseplus.com//dapto-chapel-parsons/walter-boscoscuro/

In lieu of flowers the family asks that any charitable donations be made online to
The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
OR
Australian Cancer Research Foundation
OR
A Charity of your choosing.

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  1. A lovely, wise man who would do anything for anyone.
    You will be sadly missed Wally and remembered with a smile.
    Hugs and love to Lyn and family.

    1. To Lyn and family, so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all and sending my condolences xox

  2. The smile to remember and a great gentleman.
    R.I.P Wally love to the family …
    Live the Damato and King family

  3. A great gentleman who gave freely to the Albion Park Soccer community by his great contribution of establishing the Terry Reserve facility.
    May he Rest In Peace,
    Sincere condolences to all the family.

  4. A very valued friend from childhood,your dedication to your Family and generosity of spirit will never be forgotten.
    Amigos Para Sempre
    God Bless Lyn and Family

  5. A man whose huge contribution to a nursing home for Italians in the Illawarra was done quietly and with humility. Thank you Wally for your generosity, community spirit and vision. You will be greatly missed. On behalf of ITSOWEL I extend our sincere condolences to your family. Rest In Peace Wally.

    1. Sending our condolences to Lynn and family. We were so sorry to hear of your loss . Margitta and John

  6. A man whose huge contribution to a nursing home for Italians in the Illawarra was done quietly and with humility. Thank you Wally for your generosity, community spirit and vision. You will be greatly missed. On behalf of ITSOWEL I extend our sincere condolences to your family. Rest In Peace

  7. Wally was a beautiful man. To Lyn and Family our sincere condolences.
    Wally may you Rest In Peace.

  8. Wal was a committee member of the Figtree Grandstand Building Committee of which l was chairman. He was soley dedicated to the task in hand and we became good friends. During last 15 years l have been privileged to know a person who is completely dedicated to his family and community. He will be dearly missed by many. Love to all who supported and loved him.
    Dave Dowey

  9. A great loss, a man of many talents. Gave me my first job when I was 12, 50 yrs ago.His help & advice over my life I will sadly miss. His pet projects never ceased to amaze. Even the bus. Love to all from the Brownlow’s. Never did get a run up Huntley in his V12.

  10. Sad to hear , my condolences for the whole family , a real gentleman ,, gone too soon .
    R I P Wally

  11. Wally has a beautiful soul, an unforgettable smile, a never ending love for his family.
    Love and hugs to Lyn and all his family.

  12. Robert O’Shea:
    Wally was a Foundation member of Marco Polo. He was my mentor. I trusted him.
    My condolences to Lyn and your family.

  13. I only just found out from MMJ of Wal’s passing and I was so very sorry to hear. Wal was one of my favourite clients and I will miss him popping into our Huskission office for a cuppa when he was down this way.

    Gone too soon – rest easy lovely gentleman. My sincere condolences to Lyn and the entire Boscoscuro family.

    Susan Courtney, ELA.

  14. I had only known Wal for the last 13 years since coming onto the Marco Polo Board.
    Wal was a foundation member of Marco Polo Aged Care since 1983.
    I learnt a great deal from him, he was a successful business man in the Illawarra. He had a capacity to think outside the square, he got things done.
    In 2014, he put foreword a suggestion to the Marco Polo Board to build a new Aged care facility at Woonona.
    During the construction, Wal was nearly always on site offering suggestions and implementing changes that brought the build in well under budget.
    Marco Polo now has a beautiful Aged care facility of 168 beds, a testament to his ability to get things done.
    What a mind? What a man? What a legacy?

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