Jul 18, 1939 – Oct 23, 2015 (Age 76)

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I remember when I was after a visit with family, when we had to part I cried. Every time. I don't have words to exactly say why I was so sad, I just wanted us all to always be together.

You were always a great listener. You loved with all your heart. There are so many things I wish I could say to you. Did you know just how much you mean to me. How much I love you. I hope and pray you knew. You were always there for me and for my little girl. She loved you so very much. ...

My condolences to the family may you have beautiful memories during this difficult time and remember Gods, wonderful promise of life without end on a beautiful Paradise earth. Psalm 83:18, Psalm 115:16 -------

Dad, I never got a chance to say good-bye and maybe that's alright. My faith assures me that we will see each other again, so for now it is "see you later." You gave me the gift of love, understanding and acceptance. You are forever my super hero. Folks couldn't tell you were superman, because you hid your cape under your flannel. I love you so very much! Rebecca

Sat down to write this and didn't know where to begin. I've never considered myself an in-law to the Walkers. Always a sister, adopted and loved and cared for, sometimes feeling more a part of this family than the one I was born to. I am grateful for the time that you guys moved back to live in Durango and all the fun that Del and Ernie and I had fishing and hunting (along with whoever else we could drag along). As I told Jason, Del was so quiet, which is also a Walker thing, but when he...

Daddy It is hard to believe you are no longer with us. I am going to miss our time together. You were a man who didn't have a lot to say but when you did talk I listened. You will always be my superman. I will forever hold you in my heart. Your love for me will live on. I miss you Daddy.

Our prayers and thoughts are with his family! So sorry for your loss, so hard to accept and understand. Please embrace each other and know he loves you!

Oh dad...forever in my heart...your words and sayings for things forever in my mind to pass on to my children...and then to may not be here in person but your spirit remains in us forever

It's been years since we saw each other, living so far from Oklahoma definitely has a downside. Blessings and prayers to the family.


DELBERT's Obituaries

Services will be 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 28 at the First Baptist Church with Rev. Steve Olsen, pastor, officiating. Delbert M. Walker, age 76, let go of his earthly bonds on Friday, October 23, 2015 to join his heavenly father, surrounded by his family. Del was born July 18, 1939 to Ray...

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