Wesley W. Walker Jr.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Wesley was a thinker for sure. Reading his stories and seeing the illustrations that went with them was an experience. He certainly had a passion for food. Sometimes I was amazed at his capacity. Wes was truly a kind hearted person. I think he had more stored information in his mind than I will ever have.
Adios, Wesley!

I first met Wes many years ago while he was waiting for a train to pass at 45th Ave N. He educated me on Poltergeists. Then just a few years ago I got to know him on Wednesdays and Fridays at McDonalds. He was the nicest person ever. I once tried to make his Top 1,000 Song List into a spreadsheet for ease of reading but in doing so it lost all of the personality that made it Wes', all the notations, the artwork, it was just a plain old document, the way we like to see things. But that was the...

Wes didn't have a photo of his old car but he did have the hot wheel car model.

Wes would line up the Vikings season in helmets at McDonalds

Wes' artwork

Wes at McDonalds

The neighborhood is emptier without Wes. It is still hard to believe that I will never see him walking down the alley to catch the bus to McDonalds ever again. Be at peace Wess.


Wesley's Obituary

Wesley Walker passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Wesley are being provided by Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 7, 2012.