Tennessee Sage Walker

December 23, 1997February 13, 2021

Our sweet and beautiful daughter, Tennessee Sage Walker, passed on February 13, 2021. Born December 23,1997. She was quiet, smart, and super creative. At age seven, she sold the most paintings at a local art show.

Tennessee began riding motorbikes when she was 2 and had no fear. She rescued many animals and had a heart of gold. Our wise warrior was too sweet and innocent for this world and her light was too weak to grow. She is forever loved and we thank her for the time she gave us. We love you and celebrate you! Love papa, mama and brother!


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Allie Barkhouse

March 1, 2021

Tennessee was one of my best friends when we were little lasses in elementary school. I remember her making me laugh so hard I peed my pants on the swings (this happend a couple times) and I had to get some sweat pants to wear from the recess teachers, I remember running around playing horses in what used to be the woods behind her home which is now the Snohomish Fred Myers, I remember putting ketchup on our knees and trying to trick her brother into thinking that we had fallen and were bleeding, I remember being so fascinated with her home and all the art within it, and admired how kind and cool her family was and I'm sure still is. I haven't spoken to her in a long time, but I know it made me smile reading these memories from others. This world is hard and exhausting, I wish for her to be existing in a much more simple and beautiful place.

Natalie Butts

February 27, 2021

Sweet Tennessee you are so loved and missed dearly. I hope to see you again someday. I’m praying for your family and friends hearts to be comforted.

Tom & Kathy Coe

February 26, 2021

As Tennessee's grandparents, we have been with her since birth. Watching her grow into a special young lady. She traveled with us & with her brother Forrest to many places. We took her to Alaska to visit her cousins and aunt, many times camping at the ocean, swimming with friends at Lake Chelan, and of course fishing. She was such a wonderful granddaughter and she was loved by so many friends. We took her to church where she accepted Jesus as her savior and was baptized at Hope church. Recently she told me that event was such an important part of her life and thought about it a lot. We know that she was met by Jesus and all our families that preceded her in death. We will miss her greatly but we know we will meet her again.

Katey Stevens

February 25, 2021

Tennessee is my niece and was a beautiful soul inside and out. I never heard her say a negative word about anyone, she was so understanding, compassionate, brave and kind. She loved her family with all her heart and had endless love for all God's creatures big and small. She had a heart of gold and we shared many fond memories together. Tennessee was a diamond in the rough and I will miss her everyday of my life while holding onto all the memories we made together. I know I will see her again someday and I look forward to that.

Star Morris

February 25, 2021

I have fond memories of Tennessee. We went on several photo walks together. She was such a beautiful gentle soul with an eye for detail. She saw details in the tinyest of items. Flowers, wood grain and random objects. Some of my favorites were her reflections in windows, and puddles.
My heart goes out the her family. I will always remember and
cherish the sweet moments I spent with her.

Deby Cornelius-Gunter

February 25, 2021

Beautiful Tennessee,
I was so sad to hear of your life cut short. You were and are loved by many. I do picture you being greeted in heaven by Grandma Ruby and Grampa Hap!!! RIP sweet angel 😇
Cousin Deby