Tampa, Florida

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To some she was known as Ella, to some she was Mrs. Walker, but to us she was simply "Mom ". Going to miss her dropping in for a good cup of coffee. Most of all, who in the world is going to keep us all straight? She always gave such good advice.
Ray & Carol Walker

Ella Walker was a women I greatly admired she was a wonderful mother to her children.Her faith was as strong as she. She will be sadly missed

Ella is one of my fondest memories of my high school years at Leto. She was also my Christian Sister and a great encouragement to to me. My condolences to all of you who knew and loved her and, like many of you, I look forward with joy to seeing here in Jehovah's new system.

I remember Mrs. Walker as part of the office staff at Leto when I was a student....beautiful smile and very nice. Little did I know that years later I would become friends with her daughter, Kathy. Keeping your family in my prayers.

Ella Walkers outlook and example through her life was a reflection of the Bible principles and love by which she lived. We benefited by having her influence in our lives especially as a young family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Norman and Gail

Ella Walker was an exceptionally person who had true love and concern for anyone she met. She was never afraid to tell anyone something that would help them. I think my favorite times were Tuesday night book study at her home she could never get anyone to leave. We truly love her and her family and look forward to seeing her again.

I remember Mrs. Walker as the principal's secretary at Leto High in the sixties when I was a Junior and Senior. I worked as a main office student assistant to get out of study hall:) Mrs. Walker was always very kind.:) My sincere condolences go out to her family.

I messed up on the address to the Memorial. The right one is 8436 N. Lois Ave.

I am sorry for the family's loss I loved her so much as a student in '67 she could crack the whip so to speak when she was in need of something done fast but normally Sandy and I just went in the office anytime to see her, even WHEN it was not our class time wish I had kept in touch.


Ella's Obituary

WALKER, Ella Mae, 89 died May 8, 2013 in Land O' Lakes, Florida. Born in Fayetteville, West Virginia to Clarence and Mary Shawver, one of eight children. Ella moved to Tampa in 1949 and later to Land O' Lakes. She was one of Jehovah's Witnesses for many years. She was retired from the...

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