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July 15, 2014
I found out about your passing quite by accident & it made me sad. I am so sorry & I pray your family has found peace.
I met you & your wife in May of 1998 in Hawaii. We had dinner at Dukes on the beach. I remember how funny you were & it makes me smile thinking about that one memory of Hawaii.
September 03, 2013
SSG Walker,
I've written about 30 of these entries since 2008 and erased them, I just couldn't hit submit. You were one of the best NCO's I ever knew. I wasn't in your platoon, but same company, but still sought you out for advice and guidance. You taught me how to survive in the snow and altitude when I showed up from the FMF. You also had been in my shoes before, you taught me how to deal with from going from the Grunts to the POGs in the FSB. You saved me from going insane. If we could just go back to those times in 1998, Fat Tire beer and making fun of fat bodies. I've gained some weight over the years, that's irony isn't it?
I learned about what happened to you while I was in Africa. Krenzer told me, I didn't believe him, didn't want to, I couldn't. Then I saw later the reports, and it shook me up. You were larger than life, that smile, no matter what you always had that smile like everything was going to be just fine.
We spent a lot of time in the field and in Motor Pools together in Colorado. Me, you, Moyer, Cody Mitchell, Del Toro shooting the breeze. How could we have known back then what would be now, we couldn't have. I've tried my best to be someone you, Moyer, Mitchell and Del Toro would be proud of.I'm in Norway right now, it's peaceful here, I hope you've found peace, I'm trying. I know Dawn doesn't know me, but our boys are the same age. I remember you and I talking about our kids at times. If your family ever needs anything I hope they know they can contact me, anything, no questions asked.
I know physically you are gone, but spiritually, for some reason I sense you are still around, pretty much the reason I wrote this in first person.
You will never be gone to those of us who knew you, admired you and were inspired by you.
Donald Young
May 27, 2013
Thought about you today. You are sorely missed. You are still an outstanding leader because your leadership qualities will be passed on for generations.

Having a Mountain Dew for you,

SGT Reginald Moore
May 26, 2013
I struggled for a while to leave a message here. See, I met Tim when I was a brand new private at Ft. Knox. I remember those first months vividly as he had me looking for boxes of grid squares and checking the 113's for soft spots in the armor.
Walker introduced me to Pink Floyd. I was at his and Dawn's wedding. We were battle buddies who shared a bond like no other, with a very unique experience which caused us the greet each other then start laughing our butts off with a saying that nobody else knew what it meant but us!!!!!
I was reunited with him and Dawn in Hawaii, at Tripler Army Medical Center. Walker was a very good man, and good soldier. He taught me so much.
Which is why it was so hard for me to take the news of his passing. I instantly thought about Dawn, man he loved her!
I was so sad, and as every memorial day comes around, I think of him, and smile and say to him up in heaven......."You got my cards, man"??????

R.I.P SSG Tim Walker.

SGT Essix White, your battle buddy, your friend, 194th SAB, Ft. Knox, Ky.-Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii
May 26, 2013
Tim was always there when we needed him. A hell of a leader and Soldier. Proud to have served with him and remembering him this Memorial Day. Love ya brother.
February 10, 2013
well man, here we are. it seams so long since i have seen you. you where the best man i ever knew. saw a story today that made me think of you. i could never have been the man ive become or have been the medic i was without you. We miss you. Spc bradley balch
January 20, 2013
I'm thinking about you today SSG Walker! I had a laugh while remembering how you forgot me at the helipad after missions a few times and each time you would make it up to me with coffee, smokes, and a creative excuse. It's hard to know that I was injured only a few months before your tragedy and I'm here to talk about it but you're not. You are missed and I will never forget you!
Carrie - AKA SSG Smith
January 04, 2013
Thought about you today, out of the blue. -Mindy Thomas
December 17, 2012
This guy was awesome. He is my role model.This guy was my dad.I bearley new him I was a baby then he was always in training or war.Im in 5th grade.It's hard growing up with a dad.God bless him
April 02, 2012
with the death of ssg walker, the country has lost one of the greatest men i have ever known.
i served with tim in c co 64th bsb. a man that always knew what to say, what to do. i do not think he had a mean bone in his body. ssg walker and i worked on many trauma patients together, pulling victims of the war back from the grips of eternal sleep. a better man you will never know, his heart of gold will be missed deeply by his soldiers and all that have ever known him. sleep well brother, we shall all meet again when it is our time

spc bradley balch
c co 64th bsb

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