Reginald A. Walker

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Reginald A. Walker
AIKEN, SC - Mr. Reginald Armond Walker, age 35, of 225 Jehossee Drive, departed this life at Aiken Regional Medical Centers on April 3, 2016.
He was born on May 10, 1980 in Augusta, Ga, the son of Jimmy and Joyce Roberson Walker. He joined the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Silver Bluff Rd, at an early age. He was educated in Aiken County Public Schools where he graduated from South Aiken High School in 1998. He was an avid lover of motorcycles. He worked at Autoneum as a Production Operator.
Funeral Services for Reginald Walker will be held 11 AM Saturday, April 9, 2016 at Cedar Creek Church with Reverend Verdena Thomas, officiating. Burial will follow at Jessamine Memorial Gardens. He leaves to cherish his memories: Sons: Ramel Walker (Orangeburg, SC), Devon Walker (Aiken, SC) and Davieon Walker (Aiken, SC). Brother: Marcus (Rosalind) Walker, (Stockbridge, Ga) Sisters: Angela (Bryan) Ellison, (Raleigh, NC), Lakeshia Johnson (Lexington, SC); Grandmother, Daisy Walker (Aiken, SC) A Special Friend, Natasha Williams (Aiken, SC), and other relatives.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday from 6-7 PM. Mr. Walker will lie in state at the church Saturday at 10 AM.
Friends may visit the residence of his parents at 225 Jehossee Drive, Aiken, SC 29801 or JACKSON-BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, 126 Fairfield St., SE, Aiken, SC @ 803 649 6123 beginning 3 P.M. Friday.
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Jackson-Brooks Funeral Home
126 Fairfield Street SE
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 649-6123
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Apr. 7, 2016