Amy Lou Walker

July 13, 1962April 19, 2017

Amy Daniel Walker was born in Dallas, Texas on July 13, 1962 and was welcomed to heaven on April 19, 2017. After graduating from Bryan Adams High School in 1980, she attended Stephen F. Austin University and earned a B.S. in Business and Finance. Upon graduation, Amy returned to Dallas to her family and beloved horses and eventually began her 15 year career at Commercial Tools. While caring for her horses, she met and fell in love with Mike Walker. They married in 1991 and enjoyed a loving and adventure filled 17 year marriage. Amy's love of animals and sense of adventure were well known to all her family and friends alike. It can be said that if you knew Amy, you have most certainly travelled with her; whether it be in a car, on a motorcycle, or international flight. We are so very grateful that all of her travels will now be free of all earthly limitations and by the Lord's side. She is preceded in death by her father, H. Gene Daniel. She is survived by her mother, Connie Daniel; sister, Rhonda Daniel; brothers, Russell Daniel and wife Jan, Wyatt Daniel and wife Charlene; nieces Angela Daniel and Delaina Daniel; nephews Dee Daniel and Adam Hill and wife Miriam; great niece, Madeline Hill; ex-husband, Mike Walker; dear friends Les Williams and wife Jackie, Andrea Earle, Laurie Patel and numerous other close friends. Memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, April 28, 2017 at Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church, 9810 La Prada Dr. Dallas, Tx 75228


  • Memorial Service Friday, April 28, 2017

Amy Lou Walker

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carol kwasnica

January 25, 2018

I knew Amy from Circle L riding stables. She was always so nice and friendly. Have some great memories. Sending my condelences.

Robert Wong

April 28, 2017

I worked with Amy for over ten years and she was one
of the most helpful, friendly and sweetest person I had
the opportunity to know.
Robert Wong

Pat Williams-Harris

April 28, 2017

Connie, Daniel, Rhonda, and Wyatt, Susan told me about Amy, and I was so sorry to hear about what all she has gone through, but it sounds like she had quite the adventure in this lifetime, and I know you will miss her. I used to live next door to Hazel and Marvin Jones in Longview, Texas, so I've known all of you for a very long time, and have kept up through Susan. You are certainly in my prayers and I will try to make the funeral this afternoon.