Nancy E. Walker, 65, passed away June 23, 2004, in Pueblo, Colorado. Survived by her husband, William Allen Walker; daughter, Mary Beth (Gary) Walker-Messer of Riverton, Wy.; siblings, William S. (Elza) Hieronymus Jr. of Sal Palo, Brazil and Gardner D. (Rose) Hieronymus of Somerset, Ky.; grandchildren, Raymond Messer, Brad Messer, Josh (Kayla) Messer, Carol Walker and William Messer; great-grandson, Andrew James Messer; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her siblings, Thomas Rector Hieronymus and Mary Susan Seay. Nancy was born Sept. 5, 1938, in St. Helens, Kentucky. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Fidelity No. 144 O.E.S. and White Shrine. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 29, 2004, at First Baptist Church, 9th and Grand, with Pastor Wayne Dvirnak officiating. Eastern Star Service by Fidelity No. 144 O.E.S. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to a youth group of donor's choice in time or money or District 60 Music Program, through the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dear Mary Beth, I was sorry to hear of your mother’s death. I have known your mother since I was a teenager, back in the early 60’s. When I returned to First Baptist in the early 90’s, I started singing in the choir and I sat next to your mother. She kept me on my toes because she would always have the words memorized, while I needed the music. When I got married, she made the mints for my wedding. After my marriage, my husband and I attended another church, and I just saw your mother occassionally, but she always greeted me warmly and was always interested in how my family was doing. I have fond memories of her. You might remember me better as Shirley Vogan as this was my name before I married, when I was in the choir. My daughter, Jill Vogan sang in the choir too. We both extend our sympathy

  2. NANCY WAS SUCH A LOVELY PERSON. EACH TIME SHE CAME TO WINCHESTER
    SHE TOOK TIME FROM HER SCHEDULE
    TO LOOK UP OLD FRIENDS. WE HAD A
    GOOD TIME SINGING IN THE CHURCH
    CHOIR. SHE HAD A LOVELY VOICE. I
    KNOW SHE WILL BE MISSED BY HER
    FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

  3. Dear Allen, Beth, De, Rosie and Bill Jr. & extended family,
    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time of the loss of Nancy. May God comfort and give you strength. Allen, I believe I only met you once – when you were dating Nancy and came to the folks to pick her up on Christmas Day. We had come from CA for the holidays. I visited with Nancy on many occasions over the years when in Pueblo at FBC, the last time being in Jan. after the service for my Mother (Helen Phillips). May God surround you with His love at this time of loss. Love, Jean (Lohr), her cousin=

  4. Dear Walker Family,
    Our deepest sympathy goes to all of you. My father (Charles McCandless) passed away earlier this year and Nancy brought over food several times and coordinated the neighborhood to bring more food and collected money in my father’s behalf.
    She was always thinking of others and how she could help them.
    We thank her for her kindness and generosity through the years.

  5. Dear family of Nancy; I would like express my deepest sympathies to you all. Nancy and I sang in the choir together at church and what great pleasure to have known her. She helped my daughter with some school supplies one year when she knew I was having a really rough time. I thank the Lord for having known her. You all are in my prayers. Sincerely, Pamela Langosh.

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