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Scott Arthur Walker passed away in his sleep at HopeWest in Grand Junction on July 8, 2018 surrounded by his family and friends. Scott was born in Sterling, Colorado to Rusty and Rena Walker and graduated from Sterling High School. He graduated with a degree in Business Management from Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado in 1986. Scott lived a life full of family, friends, athletics, and great hunting and fishing trips. He was a football and track star at Sterling High School. He went on to Chadron State College on a football scholarship, where his career was cut short by a knee injury. He married his high school sweetheart Lori Bianca Crippen in 1987. They had three beautiful children, Cody John, Casey Don, and Katie Lynn. Scott enjoyed 8 years as a Systems Analyst for Boeing Aircraft Manufacturing in Seattle, Washington. He and Lori returned to their Colorado roots to raise their children close to family and friends. He worked as a Finance Manager with Ed Bozarth Chevrolet from 1998 through January, 2018. Scott was so proud of his sons' distinguished service in the military. He dearly loved his daughter Katie; they shared a special relationship. And, he was so delighted with the birth of his grandson Waylon Scott in December of 2016. Scott and his Bunky had a very special bond and they loved each other dearly. Scott is survived by his devoted wife, Lori; his son, Cody, Cody's wife Jenny and grandson Waylon Scott; his son Casey, Casey's wife Becca; his daughter, Katie; sister, Peggy Davis of Morrison, Colorado; brother, John Walker; and mother, Rena Walker both of Sterling, Colorado. He is preceded in death by his father Rusty Walker. He will long be remembered by his many devoted friends, and his loving family. There will be a service held at the Stillwater Cowboy Church, 1956 U.S. 6, Fruita, CO with reception to follow Friday, July 13th at 3 p.m.
Published in Journal Advocate on July 11, 2018
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