OBITUARY

Louie Edward Walker

January 13, 1957September 5, 2021
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Louis “Louie” Edward Walker, 64 of Louisville, passed away Sunday, September 5, 2021. He was born on January 13, 1957 to the late John Melton Walker Sr. & Catherine Elizabeth Walker.

Louie had a big heart and would have done anything for anyone. He never met a stranger and was a jack of all trades. He was a UK Wildcat and a Nascar fan and loved riding his Harley Davidson. He will be deeply missed.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Debbie Stoess.

Left to cherish his memory, his wife of 36 years, Terri Walker; his children, Lindsey Walker, Justin Walker, Shawn Walker, & Felicia Sharp; grandchildren, Gracen & D’vaughn; siblings, Carl Walker (Juanita), Catherine “Kacky” Wright, John Walker Jr. (Sharon), Albert Walker, & Beverly Grass (Robert).

Visitation Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 3-8pm at Arch L. Heady & Son Funeral Home, 8519 Preston Hwy. Funeral Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 11:30am in the Arch L. Heady & Son Chapel with burial to follow at Resthaven Memorial Park.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, September 14, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Memories

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Terri Walker

September 20, 2021

I'm working very hard baby to find out who did this to you. If God allows it I will get justice RIP baby I miss you ❤❤❤

Terru Walker

September 19, 2021

Hey baby just wanted say i miss you it was so nice spending this last month with you and me alone. I know you told me a dozen times that you would never love anybody the way you loved me and would never commit to anyone. You told me every time you saw me how much you love me and would never commit to anyone but me and you only stayed with these strays just to lay your head down. I will never ever forget all of the precious memories we shared throughout our 36 years and on the precious gifts that you bought me and gave me . I will forever keep that cross that you had around your neck forever as you told me you used that cross to pray for me.

Theresa Walker

September 19, 2021

Miss you baby

Jackie Jenkins

September 19, 2021

Louie, I miss you terribly. I love you so much ❤ You loved me the most. We were so happy together. We absolutely had the greatest times of our lives when we were together. We laughed sooo much. I'll never forget how much fun you had when we went to Mississippi, for Mardi Gras!!! You were very much a part of my family. Rest in Peace, "Mr. Walker" LOL.. You know what I mean. Love you always and forever.

Theresa Walker

September 18, 2021

Louie I can't believe you left me AGAIN 😭 for good this time. I wish you could have settled down and sat still with your family. I know you just had to run run and sleep wherever you could. Well now God has finally given you a permanent place to rest I'm so glad you were home these past few weeks so we could hug each other and love each other forever in my heart ❤ Love your wife

Mike Coffman

September 14, 2021

Louie,
You will be greatly missed, for the times you pulled up beside my daughters Ford Explorer, pulled your clutch in, and reved the engine on your Harley to set off her alarm, I know she yelled at you often about it, I just laughed and enjoyed the moment. You helped me out many times, yes I know I can be a difficult person to deal with at times. But my friend you are a character in yourself that no one can talk bad about. I wish I could be there to say a proper goodbye and see you soon someday. But my work has called for me to be out of town, snd at the present I cannot return yet.

So do me a favor when you ride thru the pearly gates, hold that clutch in, look back with that smile, and rev that motor as loud as you can one last time.

Then ride thru those gates so you can look down on all of your family and help them from above. Which we know you will be doing every chance you get….
Love you like a brother, will miss you more than you think….

Lindsey Walker

September 13, 2021

I have so many memories with my daddy!!!! The times we sat up joking around laughing at cartoons & smoking & when I use to help him clean the copper that he brought home. Him coming to my apt staying all night or just resting on my couch he would be knocked out & idk why but I just couldn’t help myself on screaming as loud as I could DADDYYYYYY!!!! Lol we used to scare the crap out of each other imma miss u daddy so much more then u probably would think we all would I know ur grand babies are gonna miss u something tuff D ask about u often & Gracen is always saying he misses u I remember for the longest u could even remember D name lol I love u daddy get ur rest tell everyone up there I said I love them & miss them too 😩😇❤️

Paula Walker

September 13, 2021

When unk Louie live on whip mill Rd and he was in his room playing the guitar and was playing the ice cream man song and he let me watch him and Grandpa was always on him to turn it down or when he walked me to the store so I could get candy and he gave me. 50 ex and was always playing jokes on people no matter how mad he was he would still play jokes he was a good hearted person

Betty Wright

September 11, 2021

Louie you are going to be missed the few times we got to ride together all of us was a great time you always made people laugh no matter what gone why to soon but you will never be forgotten rest easy

Michelle Patterson

September 9, 2021

To his family I am very sorry for ur loss.
I only met him a couple times I wish that I knew him better he is my uncle and the times I did see him he was joking around with everyone laughing and caring on he seemed to be a happy person now he will be making God laugh R.I.P uncle Louie make everyone laugh & happy up there!!!

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