Eric Walterscheid


Eric Walterscheid
Eric Walterscheid

Eric Scott Walterscheid, 56, of Amarillo, died Friday, July 22, 2022 in Plano, Tx.

Rosary will be held at 7:00 P.M on Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at St. Thomas Catholic Church.  Mass will be at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at St. Thomas Catholic Church with Father John Valdez and Father Shane Wieck officiating.  Burial will be at Memory Gardens Cemetery.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Eric was born on January 2, 1966 in Hereford, Tx. to Larry and Lani Walterscheid.    He graduated from Hereford High School.  On January 9, 1988, Eric married the love of his life Deborah Sue Brorman.  He and Deborah had 3 beautiful daughters that he adored more than anything.  His daughters would say he was the best “girl dad”, best hugger, and best soon to be SIR.  With a contagious laugh he lit up every room, never met a stranger, and everyone who met him, loved him.

He had worked for J. Lee Milligan as a general superintendent the past 20 years.  He was a member of the Monday Night Booster Club.  He loved to play golf, play pickleball, and entertain and snuggle any babies in the room.  He was a devoted member of St. Thomas Catholic Church for over 34 years.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his wife Deborah Walterscheid of Amarillo; three daughters, Madi Pedulla and husband Edmund of Oklahoma City, OK., Morgan Carnes and husband Ryan of Kansas City, Mo., Brooke Walterscheid of Lubbock; two brothers, Kent Walterscheid and wife Angela of Prosper, Tx., Jason Walterscheid and wife Callie of Panhandle; a sister, Kristin Will and husband David of Amarillo; a step-sister, Kasi Janssen and husband Tucker of Amarillo; step-father, Elmer Long and wife Nancy of Amarillo; step-mother, Randy Walterscheid; parents-in-law, Tony and Dorothy Brorman of Vega; in-laws, Steve and Regina Brorman of Dalhart, Diane and Bernie Wieck of Canyon, Joyce Ann Head and husband Randy of Claude, Jeff and Christy Brorman of Big Springs, David and Vicki Brorman of Vega, Roger and Mandi Brorman of Vega, Sandra and David Britten of Amarillo, and Keith and Toni Brorman of Vega; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Please use this link to live stream the Rosary and the Mass:

Donations may be made to: FOCUS.ORG (fellowship of Catholic university students), or your favorite charity.

28 Replies to “Eric Walterscheid”

  1. Deborah, I am just hearing about Eric, “M” as I called him back in the day. He was such a good person. Loved working with, playing ball with and just hanging with him during work and at the ballgames. Continued prayers and blessings for you and the girls.

  2. We are so sad to hear of the passing of Eric. We will always remember his infectious smile and great sense of humor. We know that he will be missed by all.

  3. Deborah
    So sorry for your loss. May Jesus bring you peace and comfort. Praying for you and your family 🌈

  4. Deborah, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Eric was a solid man and good friend. We didn’t keep in touch as much as I would have liked to but every time I saw him in Amarillo when i would come down to Canyon he was always open to a hug and a laugh or two. He was a great roommate at WT and will be missed. Love and prayers to you and his family. Best, Joe Freddy Fierro

  5. Deborah, so very sorry for your loss. Although I didn’t know Eric personally I have heard such wonderful things and I know YOU which is surely a testament to him. I know you and your girls will miss him terribly. Please know your whole family has been and will continue to be in my prayers.
    Much love, Denise

  6. Deborah,
    So very sorry to hear about Eric. Please just know we are thinking of you all and praying for you. I will do anything you need.

  7. Eric was such a nice guy! So sorry for your loss. We worked with him at Excel Machinery. Jim and Grace Flatt

  8. Sorry for your loss. We enjoyed having y’all as neighbors. Life doesn’t always go as we expected. May you and your girls be surrounded by LOVE. Prayers

  9. Deborah and family,
    This obituary shows a life so very well lived. Well done, good and faithful servant!
    Praying for you and your precious family. Our hearts are broken with yours!!!

  10. Deborah, so sorry to read of your husband’s passing. Although I didn’t know him, the comments here show that he was a good guy. Prayers for your peace as you go forward. May the good memories comfort you and your family.

  11. As many have expressed, Eric was one of the genuinely kind and all-around great guys at Hereford High School, truly a life well-lived. Kristin, Kent, and Jason, may your memories bring you great comfort. May God surround with His love and grant you all peace during this time.

  12. Eric will be missed by so many! I will always appreciate Eric’s kindness and big hugs. Deb….I will continue to pray for strength for you and your sweet girls! Always here for y’all!

  13. To Eric’s family:
    I’m so sorry for your loss.
    Eric was one of my favorite people growing up in Hereford, and mostly because of his good-hearted nature. We lost touch after high school, but seeing all of the accolades about him pouring in here and on Facebook, it’s apparent that he continued to bless many lives with his big heart.
    Please accept our heartfelt condolences. May the God of peace be with each of you as you lay him to rest and celebrate his life.
    Stacey Evans & Family
    Class of ‘84

    ““The Lord bless you and keep you;
    The Lord make His face shine upon you,
    And be gracious to you;
    The Lord lift up His countenance upon you,
    And give you peace.” ’”
    ‭‭Numbers‬ ‭6:24-26‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

  14. So very sorry for your loss. Eric was one of a kind. Always love the greeting you received from, a great big ole hug. Prayers are with all of your family. Bless all of you.

  15. Eric had a smile that went from ear to ear, he’d cry when he laughed and it didn’t take much. He found joy in the small things in life. I was beside him through kindergarten and high school and he was one of the GOOD BOYS! Deborah I am happy you spent many years with this one. Blessings to you and your family.

  16. Deborah there are no words to take away the pain you are enduring. I can say that Eric could light up a room with his smile and friendly personality!! Prayers to you and your family! Hugs and love!

  17. So, so sorry for your loss Deborah. I pray God will bless you and your family at this time and bring you comfort. Love you friend. Sending love, and prayers for you and your family.

  18. There are just no words of comfort to share. I am so very sorry Deborah. My heart just hurts for you, your daughters and all of your family! I’m keeping all of you in my prayers. Cling to Jesus.

  19. I have fond memories of Eric from the time he was a small boy through high school. My two sons, Donnie Anderson and Keith Anderson, were playmates and friends with Eric. Eric was loving and kind and he will be deeply missed. My condolences and prayers go out to his wife, daughters and all family.

  20. Sorry for your loss. He was a great guy, and will be missed by anyone who knew him .
    Danny & Melanie Novak

  21. So very sorry for your loss Deborah. Eric was always such a loving and joyful family person. It’s hard to believe he is gone. I can only imagine how much you and your family are feeling right now. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all right now

    1. I am so saddened to hear about Eric! I waited on him every Monday at Goldenlight Cafe and he always had a smile on his face! I loved to joke around with him and we would discuss our vacations with each other! I will have you in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time!

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