Dennis Eugene Hughes Walters

09/01/1946 - 06/10/2014 Obituary
Dennis Eugene Hughes Walters Obituary
Dennis Eugene Hughes Walters passed away on June 10, 2014 in Lake Isabella, CA.
He was predeceased by his mother Eva McDonough, his father Eugene Walters, his step father Richard Hughes, his wife Adriana Monique "Mo" Walters.
He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Dennis and Janene Walters of Lake Isabella, CA. Step daughter, Danielle Alyce Walters of Maryland. Grandchildren: Jacqueline and Arthur Hinojos of Wichita, KS; Joseph Pacciorini of Bakersfield, CA; Nathanual and Sonja West and Brenda and Mac Richardson of Sparks, OK. Great Grandchildren: Kadence Pacciorini of Bakersfield, CA; Johnny, Tucker and David Walters of Sparks, OK. Sister and nephew, Helen and Logan Vorhees of Chesapeake, VA. Brother Stephen Walters of Virginia Beach, VA.
He was born on September 1, 1946 to Eva and Eugene Walters in Mansfield, Ohio. He was raised in Bakersfield, California and attended South High School as Dennis Hughes, where he graduated in 1964. He was excited about attending his 50th class reunion this fall. He received his AA degree from Bakersfield College then attended Cal State Bakersfield for his bachelor degree.
He lived in Bakersfield, CA for many years working in accounting, then became a computer tech, which he did for many years.
He and his wife, Monique, moved to Frederick, Maryland, then to Falling Waters, West Virginia. After Monique passed away on January 2, 2014, he moved back to Lake Isabella to be near his son.
He loved motorcycles, billiards, target shooting and being around family especially his great granddaughter Kadence who called him "Oompah". He laughed and smiled at everything. He had many plans to reunite with old friends and to live his life doing things he enjoyed.
He was taken from us suddenly, with no warning, and way to soon. He will be missed greatly. Services are to be held at the Bakersfield National Cemetery 30338 Bear Mountain Blvd at 10:00 AM on Thursday June 19, 2014.
In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society or to The .
Published in Bakersfield Californian on June 17, 2014
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