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Natalie Smith

Ino Walter Sylman

July 16, 1944 - July 03, 2021

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Ino Walter Sylman. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

A loving humanitarian, Ino Walter Sylman is known for his generosity, integrity, protective nature and his dedication to his family.   Born in Paramaribo, Suriname, Ino came to the US at age 13, learned English and proudly served in the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne. After his honorable discharge, he attended Teterboro School of Aeronautics and graduated with a technical degree in Aviation.   In 1968, Ino began working as an aircraft...  see more
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  • Melanie  Helton
    I am beyond devastated and typing this thru tears. I consider Ino my best friend! I sold him a townhome in Clermont and from that day he was one of the truest most giving friends I have ever known. I moved and started an animal rescue and Ino did not...  more
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  • Teresa Luttrell
    My condolences to you Natalie & the family. Mr. Sylman will definitely be missed. He was a fun , loving & giving person. He always wanted to share his meals or treats he would have. Loved to eat icecream and Natalie, you made sure he would...  more
  • Natalie Smith
    I am honored to call Ino Sylman my Dad. I am humbled by the outpouring of love from so many people who knew and loved him. Calls/messages on what’s app continue to pour in. In time, I will reach out to all of you as I love hearing stories about my...  more
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  • GatheringUs Support Team
    From Joan & Ludwig Voigt:

    Thanks for your friendship and hospitality. We had some good times in Clermont, Orlando ande Curacao. You are always in our hearts and thoughts.You always talked proudly of your daughter Natalie and your two...  more
  • Claudette PARKER
    Ino was 17; I was 16 when we met. Seven years later we began our journey together. There were many good times but the most joyous was the arrival of our beautiful Natalie. Thank you Ino.
  • Kenneth Sylman
    I am Kenneth, one of Ino's younger brothers. I have some good experiences about Ino, as my older brother he just took me under his wings to help me thru times that were troubling to me. I found out thru time that I admired him, he was my mentor and...  more
  • Divyne Sylman
    My Uncle Ino was a smooth dude and he loved him some pizza. Had many good talks with him in my teens into my 20s. Wish I would have gotten the chance to see him one more time. Love you Uncle Ino
  • Evelyn Heilborn
  • Nancy Cameron
    Dearest Natalie, I have very fond memories of your Dad from my early childhood and teenage years. He was always fun-loving and full of joy at family gatherings. He always called me Irmgard, my middle name to tease me in fun. His smile and laughter...  more
  • Divyne Sylman
  • Danielle Farley
    Natalie your Dad was so fun and kind! My deepest condolences to you and your family. I remember when he took us to the city ( I have no memory of what we were in the city to do) and we killed his car battery playing the radio. You thought it was on...  more
  • Natascha Chin A Foeng
    Someone so special can never be forgotten. The book ‘Living History Hillary Rodham Clinton’ and Living qoute ’Desiderata’ were gifted to me by you. Very powerful messages to live by. My families hearts are with you and your family Nataly. He was...  more
  • Peter Smith
  • Thelma Gray
  • Angela Molijn
    Uncle Ino RIP, Thank you for everything! You were always kind to me/us. We met about ten years ago. You were my fathers cousin. You didn’t like me to call you uncle. You said i’m your cousin. But i called you uncle. My first visit to Orlando you took...  more
  • Mikhah K'nanyahu
    It was great to have Ino come to Judith and our house in Az.
    She had not seen him in a long time. It was great to meet him
    after hearing so much about him. We had a great time!
    Just wish he could have held out a bit longer.
    Love ya brother. J&M
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      Evelyn Heilborn Boy did we like to paaaaarty......
      • July 13, 2021
    • Evelyn Heilborn
      Joan Voigt-Waaldijk Dear Ino, thank you so much for your friendship and hospitality. We had some very good times with you in Clermont, Orlando and Curacao! You will forever be in our hearts and thoughts! You always told us so proudly of your princess Natalie and your...  more
      • July 14, 2021
  • Evelyn Heilborn
    • Evelyn Heilborn
      Evelyn Heilborn What can I say....Rest In Peace Ino so glad I was able to hear your voice not to long ago,I will cherish the memories we shared at TWA, I will miss the birthday calls from you every year and from the bottom of heart I wish you a heavenly birthday..May...  more
      • July 13, 2021
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  • Evan Smith
    Opa you taught me so much. I remember everything you said and I am grateful for you. Love you. - Evan
  • Evan Smith