OBITUARY

Jeffrey Wayne Walden

October 12, 1952November 12, 2020
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Jeffrey Wayne Walden, 68, met his Lord and Savior on November 12, 2020. Jeff, born in Indianapolis in 1952, proudly served for two years in the US Army.

He was preceded in death by his parents John and Mayzle Walden; his wife, Christine; a sister, Delores; and a brother James Walden.

Jeff is survived by his sister, Carol; three daughters (Kimberly, Amy, and Nichole), nine grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00am on Wednesday, November 18 at Little Flower Church, in Indianapolis. Showing will be held at the church for one hour preceding the Mass. A graveside service will take place at Crown Hill Cemetery following Mass.

Donations in Jeff’s honor can be made to either Little Flower Parish or to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.feeneyhornakshadeland.com for the Walden family.

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Shelbie Person

November 18, 2020

Jeff (Pappy) was my grandfather and I have nothing but good memories with him from when I was a child and as an adult. He would take us to pet horses every Saturday morning and then take us in town to a donut shop. He was so caring and giving. One other thing that I will always cherish is how good he treated my grandmother, he adored her. They were truly made for one another and even though we miss him here physically, it brings me peace knowing they’re together in heaven. I love you Pappy , thank you for always loving us.

Lori Abbott

November 16, 2020

Jeff was my buddy. He made me laugh so much. Jeff was such a sweet person. I will miss him so much. Rest In Peace my friend.
Love Always
Lori Abbott

Kimberly Hall

November 15, 2020

It’s going to take me some getting use to not receiving my everyday calls. You hold a special place in my heart because you loved and cared for my mother the way she deserved for 35 yrs. You treated me like your real daughter you were so proud of your family. You had the most generous heart ❤️ always giving and always looking for more to give. I loved your poems and the songs you wrote always from the heart it was something you did to work through your challenges and the way you showed love. I will miss hearing you play your harmonica. I’m so happy you knew Jesus and you always tried your best to live by His example. I found out new things about you too like you were first chair saxophone player. A sharpshooter M16 in the US Army. You did a lot hitchhiked all over the place and saw a lot. You always had faith that God would see you through and I’m just really gonna miss you! May your sweet soul Rest In Peace. Love you dad.

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