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In Memory of

Randall Edward Walker

March 8, 1952 - March 25, 2015

Obituary


Randall Edward Walker was born in Charleston, West Virginia on March 8th 1952, a son of Harold and Ruth Walker . He passed away on March 19th 2015.. He was a caring father, brother, and son who would do anything for his family. Randall served in the US Navy at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola Florida during the Vietnam War and was honorably discharged in 1972.



He believed in and fought for our Constitution; the right of free speech, the right to privacy and the right to bear arms. Among other things he...

Randall Edward Walker was born in Charleston, West Virginia on March 8th 1952, a son of Harold and Ruth Walker . He passed away on March 19th 2015.. He was a caring father, brother, and son who would do anything for his family. Randall served in the US Navy at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola Florida during the Vietnam War and was honorably discharged in 1972.



He believed in and fought for our Constitution; the right of free speech, the right to privacy and the right to bear arms. Among other things he was an artist, poet, individual and Philosopher. He lived a hard but rewarding life. He influenced and taught many people in his journeys. He believed helping his fellow people. For this he did not die in vain. He was a deep and open minded individual who could bring light to your darkest day. Even with his own flaws, he was pure to himself, his family, friends, and people. But most of all to Christ. Quote from his words. "I would rather be a grain of sand in the toenail of Christ than sell my soul to the world". He believed in never forgetting where you come from, it is just as important as where you are going. These words will be forever remembered.



He leaves behind a son, Winston Walker and his wife April and their unborn child, a loving sister Pam Haynes, a step-son Michael Taylor and countless other family members



The family will receive friends at Davis Funerals and Cremations Saturday from 4 until 6 p.m. Memorials may be directed to the charity of the donor’s choice.



Randall, you will be forever and deeply missed, But you will never be forgotten. We pray your words of wisdom will forever echo in life and death. I Love You Dad!