John M. Walker

john walker

February 1, 1945 ~ May 17, 2020

Born in: Monte Vista, CO
Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

John M. Walker went to be with the Lord on May 17th, 2020, at the age of 75. He was born in Monte Vista, Colo., and spent a lot of his younger years in Leadville, Colo. where he met his wife. They eventually moved to Pueblo West, Colo. where he spent the rest of his life. He is survived by his wife of 53 years; children; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and sisters. John did a lot of great things in his life and touched a lot of people but his family was one of the things he was proudest of. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date.

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  1. We have been friends for 50 + years more including high school. We had lots of adventures over the years and will really miss being able to call and talking about fishing,motorcycle riding,camping and family outings,watching our kids grow and have families of their own. Their are no words to express how much John will be missed. He was a really good guy.

  2. John M. Walker….. Was one of my very BEST friends, we had so many great times while attending High
    School in Leadville Colorado! I also worked with John at the Safeway Store in Leadville! He was one of the Finest persons one could ever meet! I am Deeply Saddened to learn of his passing! He will become Best Friends with GOD as he is such a fantastic person! He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. John Rest in Peace for ever more!!!
    Larry D. Nagel

  3. John M. Walker…. Was one of my VERY best Friends, we had so much FUN during our High School
    days in Leadville, Colorado. I worked with him at the Safeway Store also during our School days.
    It Deeply Sadens me to hear of his passing!! I know you will become Best of Friends with GOD
    as you are such a fantastic Person! Please Rest in Peace for ever more! You shall be deeply missed
    by all who knew you!!
    Larry D. Nagel

  4. My heart is with you all even though I am not. Love never dies and John will be in you hearts always. He is now in God’s arms and is at peace. Love you all

  5. My heart is with all of you even though I not there. Love will ever die and you will always hold John in your hearts. Love you always

  6. John, you will be missed by one and all. You were a man of integrity, and one who kept his word even to your own hurt. Family and friends would do well to follow your walk with Jesus. See you again some day in heaven.

  7. One of the best Uncles and man there ever was! I will never forget crawling under your truck with you to help with your oil when I was a little girl! Love and miss you!!

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