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(Carl Brett Walker)
Nov. 14, 1961 ~ July 8, 2013
DRAPER, UT-Brett was born in Norman Oklahoma and died suddenly at his home in Draper Utah. He made his home in Southern California for most of his adult life and that is where he considered his true home to be.
Brett was an accomplished singer, songwriter, and talented musician. He has been a top US artist as well as a renown international performer, with many awards to his credit and has traveled the world performing in concert.
He is known for his musical work on TV shows and film as well as his continued releases as a recording artist. His new CD is due to be released in August. Brett was looking forward to his concert performance in Chicago which would follow his new release. Brett's music can now be heard on over 300 networks.
Brett renewed a friendship after nearly 25 years and found true love with his wife Sheron. They married in 2010 and in the short time that they had to share their love, they celebrated life and traveled much, always adding an adventure to their life together.
Brett leaves behind his Wife Sheron Hope, and the Trujillo family that he was very happy to be a part of, his Mother LeaDean, Brother Phillip and Brother Dale (JoAnn) and Nephew Cody all residing in California. Also surviving Brett are his 3 children from a previous marriage, he loved them with all his heart; Sarah 15, Sam 13, Emma 11. He is preceded in death by his Father RC Walker.
Brett also leaves behind many musician Brothers whom he loved like family, and an empty painful feeling in so many hearts. Brett will be dearly missed always, and he will live forever through his music. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdY7F4hfriE
There will be no service at this time. A celebration of Brett's life will be held in Southern California at a later date.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at memorialutah.com

Published in Salt Lake Tribune from July 11 to July 12, 2013
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