Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
I met Colleen in 1982 in San Diego her first year on the LPGA. While we failed to make the cut it was obvious good things would come her way. I caddied for for a few events on the West Coast. A fierce competitor and a wonderful woman I will miss her. She taught me a great deal about the spirit of sports and life. RIP Colleen.
Love from Marj and Jack Carnahan
Sincere condoglianze a Tyler e Ron per la perdita della cara mamma e moglie, vi siamo molto vicini in questa terribile circostanza. Speriamo di potervi vedere presto, siete sempre nei nostri pensieri e preghiere.
MAY JEHOVAH GOD BLESS AND KEEP THE WALKER FAMILY."HE IS AWARE OF THE DAYS OF THE FAULTLESS ONES.THEIR VERY INHERITANCE WILL CONTINUE EVEN TO TIME INDEFINITE."pslm.37:18........
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Colleen was an awesome lady, I was blessed to have know her. We spent many mornings in the CBCS parking lot talking, she was so funny and spunky. All the class projects that we set up would not have gotten done without her. Tyler and Ron always know that she adored you! She was taken way too soon but I'm sure you know how lucky you were to have her as a mom and a wife. I am so sorry for your loss. But have no doubt you will see her again in Heaven, as she is adding to the beauty of it now.
Colleen's impact on so many people was reflected today at the celebration of her life. River Hills CC was packed with those who loved and respected this wonderful woman. She will be missed but certainly not forgotten. God Bless you, Colleen.
Tyler, Our condolences to your and your family. You will remain in our thoughts and prayers.
Amy and Nilo Sanchez
A very special person , a winner in all facets of life, you will be missed, but never forgotten
May you find true comfort from our Heavenly Father. 1Cor. 1:3. Sorry to hear of your loss.
I was around the Lpga 95-2000 mainly on the West Coast. Colleen Walker was just a wonderful person.God holds her hand in Heaven now and we carry her in our Hearts gone way too soon but her Legacy was one of a caring compassionate person who touched so many in such a short time My Prayers are with the Family and Friends who really knew Colleen.Everytime I make my way to the 1st Tee I will think of you.
Ron and Tyler,
I am so very sorry for your loss!
My thoughts are with Ron and Tyler. I met Colleen when I was a little girl, and she was an inspiration to us all. So sorry to hear of her passing.
Colleen was an unpretentious, down-to-earth woman who loved her family, Ron and Tyler, more than anything. She embodied character, integrity, and strength. I am so glad I had the chance to know her. All of her family will be in my prayers.
I was stunned when I got the news and still can't believe that Colleen is gone! I had the privilege of training and walking 60 miles supporting Breast Cancer. Colleen you hold a special place in my heart and of others. Ron and Tyler my prayers are with you...Mark and Sylvia McPherson (Fellow 3-day walkers)
We only knew Colleen a short time,but we enjoyed laughing with her.Our son's played in tournaments together.She went to FSU the same time Mike was there and they seemed to come from the same mold in thier thinking about golf. We will miss her on the course watching Tyler. She was a wonderful mom,wife and friend
Our prayers are with the family
Mike,Gina,Michael and Zachary Keymont
To and old friend, rest in peace.
when i first came to florida, as a young woman golfer, i met colleen; she was in pursuit of a dream all young women golfers have...a dream that i had, she made hers come true!! she was inspiring and i truly admire her...
she and ron have a true love and it was wonderful to observe...she will be missed...i pray our Lord comfort all of us that mourn in her loss...
The Johnson family sends their deepest sympathy to the Walker family.Please be of comfort to each others at this time of sorrow. Psalm 116:15.
Sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the Hearer of prayer at this time. Psalm 65:2
Our love and prayers to the Bakich and Walker families. The Bedrosians
My condolences go out to the Walker family. May the God of comfort, strengthen your family at this time.-1Cor.1:3,4
So sad to hear of my cousin Colleen's passing. You are all in my prayers. Mamma sends her love to Lamar, Mary Ellen, Ron and Tyler. Will try to touch in with you all. Colleen and I had so many good times as children at Suwannee River Park. Thanks Colleen, Lamar and Mary Ellen for the memories.
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. COLLEEN WAS A GREAT PERSON.
Colleen was one of the most sincere and kindest people I ever met. She epitomized the balance of family and career. She shined the most when she talked about her son. May she rest in peace and may her family know how special she was to so many people.
Rest In Peace, Colleen
God's Peace to Walker and Bakich family
From the Monticello Cousins
Rest in Peace, Colleen
God's Peace to Walker and Bakich families
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
I had the pleasure of photographing Colleen while working for Tampa Tribune during her comeback. she was so cheerful, positive, kind, and so polite hearing me say one more, one more, as I snapped my shutter. afterwards we talked about things, her staying in Valrico, an LPGA player from my Indiana hometown. she left an ever lasting positve impression I'll never ever forget. rest in peace Colleen
RIP...Thanks for all the good golf...
R.I.P AND OUR PRAYERS FOR HER FAMILY TKS FOR BEING HONORING USA AS A GOOD PLAYER
A WONDERFULL PERSON, SHE WILL BE MISSED.
The world of golf lost a great lady, a wonderful mother and an understanding wife.
We, lost a great friend and Colleen will be missed.
Her pain is gone, but for the rest of us, it will linger on.
Ron and Theresa Cavalier
Colleen was a great lady. We always enjoyed seeing her in our office. She loved the game of golf but loved Ron and Tyler so much more. We are praying that your great memories help you through this difficult time.
I met Colleen during our training for the 2008 Susan G Komen Tampa Bay 3-Day; from the moment I met her, I loved her spirit and enjoyed getting to know her a bit during those long training days. We were so proud to see her in the Survivor Group at Closing Ceremonies for the event.
Though we lost contact with each other, she will definitely be missed.