What an honor and blessing to have known dear Helen. Her service to the City of Orange is unmatched and love for Orange history strong. Her commitment to living a life rich in personal integrity and character are traits which I will always remember and strive to follow. I take comfort in knowing that I will see her again on the other side of heaven as we sit at the feet of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Love to her dear Jim and her precious family during this difficult time. We stand with you in your sadness.
Helen had a great sense of humor.She was well loved by her Soroptomist friends, and she delighted in being Master of Ceremonies at their events, giving her all up in front to make guests enjoy their time.
Your Helen will be missed by everyone who ever met her. She was such a special person. My heart goes out to you all - love and prayers. Carla Parsons
Helen Walker was a wonderful, remarkable and indefatigable woman and I will miss her. My family, Barbara Resnick, Stacey Maglior and Clayton Clark will all miss her treasured friendship. Helen and her husband tooled around in the IH Wagon owned by my great grandfather, Michael Eltiste; our families have been connected for more than four generations. We send our loving thoughts and prayers to her husband Jim and family. Paula Clark
To Jim, Georgia, Carol and Bill,
Thinking of my dear "Work Mom" and the wonderful times we shared together at ONB. My love and prayers to you all~ Cindy Shields Olson
To my dear friend Georgia and the rest of the Walker Family. My heart is filled with great memories of your Mom. May she Rest In Peace! Bless You, Debra Batista
Dear family of Helen. I know you will miss her. She was part of so many lives. She was part of mine for 75 years--first grade on, Girl Scouts, Rainbow, Sunday School and so on. My heart aches. My husband also will miss seeing her. Love to you, Marjorie (Kinney) Sherrill