John-Walker-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Griffin Leggett – Rest Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park

John W. Walker

North Little Rock, Arkansas

Mar 25, 1945 – Oct 17, 2017

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My heartfelt condolences to the Walker family. John was my cousin. John would come visit our house in Little Rock when I was a little boy and in later years I sought him out and had him out to my home for supper when he was at Fort Hood preparing for deployment. I just learned of his passing when our Christmas card to Dorothy was returned to sender. I'm still seeking information on her.
I pray you will find peace and comfort in your time of grief and your memories of John will bring you...

To my Buddy John, & Joyce: I have many good memories now with my good friend & buddy John. We go back to childhood; your Dad our families. All the good times, their were no bad times. Just fond memories, that I will forever cherish. Due to mine and Joy's condition we were unable to be with you these past few months but our thoughts and prayers were always near. Rest in peace ole friend. You are now in God's hands'.

My deepest sympathy for Joyce and her family John was a good friend and mentor he will be missed

RIP John Walker. You will be missed. I'm sad that I did t get to see you after retirement much. I think twice. You were always a light to others with your smile. It was a joy to say that I knew you and called you a friend. ❤

Joyce, I am so very sorry for your loss. May God Bless you and your Family during this most difficult time. Rest in Peace John.

My deepest sympathy to John Wayne's family and love ones. May your memory of John Wayne comfort you during this difficult time.

Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you, Joyce, and your family.

My deepest sympathy to Joyce and all of John's family. He loved you all so very much. John and I taught on the same team with LMR at PEC. He talked (and bragged) about you all, especially his grandkids. We shared many fun times he had with you and all your many accomplishments. John was a dedicated soldier, employee, friend, husband, father, grandfather. It breaks my heart that he won't be around to share more stories. You will all be in my prayers.

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John's Obituary

John Wayne Walker, 72, of North Little Rock went home to glory Wednesday, October 17, 2017 surrounded by loved ones. John was born in Lonoke to Dorthy L Walker and the late John Daniel Walker. John graduated from Lonoke High School in 1963 and two years later joined the Arkansas Army National...

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