Allnutt Funeral Service – Hunter Chapel

2100 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO


Richard "Rick" Walston

June 1, 1954May 6, 2020

Richard (Rick) Lee Walston, 65, of Nunn Co, pass away, Wednesday May 6, 2020 at home. Rick had Glioblastoma brain cancer. Born in Red Oak, Iowa on June 1, 1954, he was the son of Elmer and Joan Walston. Rick graduated from Berthoud High school and attended Aims Community College.

Rick worked at Hewlett Packard/Agilent/Keysight for 41 years. He retired July 2019. Rick was married to Connie Chandler and they later divorced. He married Karen in 1988. Rick and Karen loved their family and living in the country. They loved Jesus and were a big part of their church. Serving at Northern Colorado Cowboy church for over 9 years. Rick enjoyed camping and riding his RZR at the Sand Dunes.

Surviving are his wife, Karen of 32 years; children: daughter, Wendy McCurry of Loveland and son, Randy (Cristy )of Johnstown. Rick had 5 grandchildren, Kirsten, Kaylee, Kadin, Gavin and Ana. He is also survived by his sister, Cindy (Jay) Muir of Portland, Oregon and a sister, Joni (Scott) Wagner of Loveland and a brother-in-law, Dick Morris of West Jordon, Utah.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his mother and father-in-law, Al and Mickey Stevens of Loveland and a step-son, Cory Alan Bernhardt and sister-in-law, Melba Morris of Salt Lake City Utah.

Due to the Covid Virus a memorial service will be held at a later date. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Helping Kids Fighting Cancer.

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Cheryl Berg

May 25, 2020

God bless you Karen. I just learned of Rick's passing. Always loved working with Rick and you. You were a very special couple. I treasure the many memories and experiences in our corporate America life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Laurie Lewis

May 21, 2020

Joni, Scott, and Walston Family,

I was so sad to hear about your brother Rick's passing. Please know I'm thinking of you all and keeping you in my prayers. Wishing you much peace and comfort.

Dave Wacker

May 21, 2020

Rick was an amazing man and I truly valued our friendship. We worked together for 35+ years and I have such great memories. Rick was full of joy, always kind, trustworthy, reliable, and willing to help anyone whenever needed. It's hard to believe Rick is longer with us, but I find peace knowing Rick is with his savior and no longer suffering. And we will see Rick again! Karen and family, we pray God will hold you up and sustain you with His Love.

Dave and Jan Wacker


May 18, 2020

I have known Rick for 20+ years. I really enjoyed our talks, fixing world issues and general good dialog. Like getting Karen on an allowance. (still makes me laugh) Rick was full of life, and rejoiced in God. You knew when Rick was there, a level head and common sense would be there too. I miss our calls, even if they were not as often as in the past. Our prayers go to Karen and the whole family, Rick will be missed. Mary and Phil Barnhill

Jenai Peterson

May 17, 2020

I have struggled with the words I want to say here. Rick was so full of life and God's gift of humility. He always helped others in any way he could,even if it was a kind word or prayer. In fact I'm sure he prayed for everyone he knew whether they knew that or not. Working with him at church over the past 9 years he always managed to make me smile and laugh no matter how I was feeling. And of course was there to help out wherever needed. I miss you Rick you're the older brother I never wanted but always needed. See you later.. Love ya

Linda Webster

May 15, 2020

I will always remember our breakfasts and dinners together where we lifted up the name of Jesus and just generally laughed and always ate too much. Often the waitress would ask us if we were ready for lunch since we had been there so long.

The hospitality they exhibited to everyone always glorified the Lord. I will miss sitting under the gazebo (?) at 11:00 pm after Foundations teachings and just enjoying our time together hearing Rick make jokes and entertain us with his joy

See you one day Mr Rick. Save us a place!!!!

Theresa Racine

May 15, 2020

My condolences to Karen and family. I always enjoyed working with Rick at Keysight Technologies. He had a great sense of humor and was always ready to help you with your request/problem. He will truly be missed.

Warm regards,

Dawn Boll

May 14, 2020

Rick was such a warm-hearted person. You two were such a beautiful couple. Rick had so much love to give, especially to everyone that walked through the doors of N3C; as I’m sure that was the same for everyone he met. He is in heaven now smiling and loving on God and Jesus; and They are loving on him because They are so proud of the beautiful person he was. My heart and prayers go out to you, Karen and his family. He will be greatly missed.

Dave Herder

May 13, 2020

I know Rick is now in the arms of Jesus. How sweet is that?

Laura Johnson

May 13, 2020

Rick was a terrific asset to Keysight Technologies (and Agilent and HP), but more than that, he was a terrific coworker. He knew everyone's name and always had a smile and a kind word whenever we saw each other. I'll always remember that smile.


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