Jamie "Shaggee" Lee Walker

August 6, 1983October 11, 2020

Jamie "Shaggee" Lee Walker, 37, passed away on Sunday, October 11, 2020. He was born in Orlando, Florida on August 6, 1983, but Charlotte was his home. Jamie attended Central Cabarrus High School, but was a graduate of the "Skool of Hard Knocks." He married Mary Louise Walker on September 7, 2013. Jamie worked in construction, and was a "Jack of all Trades", and could "MacGyver" anything. He had a passion for life and the people he loved. People were quick to love Shaggee and call him brother.

He survived by his wife, Mary Louise; his daughter, Tori Lee Walker; his mother, Gayle (Carl) Webber; his second mother, Coca (Dennis) Reddish; his sister, Cayce (Jason) Brennan; and brother, Justin Walker.

He was preceded in death by his father, Mike Walker; his sister, Tori Huneycutt; paternal grandparents, Henry and Frances Walker; and maternal grandparents, Lewis and Mary Holton.

A service to celebrate Shaggee's life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Crisis Recovery Center (CRC), Ground 40, Hope Haven Inc.

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Mindi Burney

October 17, 2020

All there is to say is this familys love for one another is something many don't have. Shaggy, Tori was a very dear friend to me and through her I had the pleasure of meeting you and Justin and Coca and those beautiful children Reid and Anna. Tori loved her brothers and she loved her family .. You could feel the bond when you all were together. You always treated me with respect as did Justin and Coca I think of Tori often especially when I see a butterfly❤ And now you are with your sister. I know it affected you all deeply to lose her. My love thoughts and prayers are with you all. Y'all are such a strong loving family and that's is something to be proud of.... Fly High Shaggy and send Tori my love...

Mark Caudle

October 16, 2020

Man, so many memories.. but the first memory I have is me and Justin walking in the garage and Jamie had built a cardboard fort and had a green light bulb strung up in the top of it. I remember thinking, this kid is awesome. I was so right. Most of my childhood memories were made hanging out with those two. From playing games like San Francisco rush and Doom, to backyard football. From riding sleds in the snow on the back of Steve's car to talking to the jehovah's witnesses for hours. From riding around picking up golf balls in the golf cart at the driving range to riding around all of Midland on our bikes. Jamie was always so full of energy and it had a way of rubbing off on you. Never a dull moment around him. Even though I haven't seen him in years, I can still hear that laugh that was so contagious. Rest easy, man. And give Bandit a big ol' hug for me. Gonna miss you for the rest of my life..

Heather Helms

October 15, 2020

I will never forget your smile, hugs n laughter!! Your famous bunny hop with my bunny ears in front of the French Quarter will remain timeless!! You are with Tori now!! May you both bunny hop peacefully in heaven!! Smooches to you both!! My love for you both will never fade!! See you on the other side brother!!

Donna Suter

October 14, 2020

I have too many memories to put in here... but one of my favorites is how you always made such a huge impact on Alex when he was little... you treated him like a big guy... never a little irritating kid. Then you bonded tight with Katie because you both enjoyed dancing outside the lines. I will always hold the good memories close, and never look at a brown bear named Sterchel the same... he had alot of impact on everyone's lives taking flight from Jeep♡ I know you're finally flying high and feeling no pain. I hope you run into Granny and Grandpa and give them hugs. You may be Shaggee to most... but i will always miss my little Jamie Lee. Aunt Donna

Carrie Hunter Valentino

October 14, 2020

Jaime, we never met. But I know your sister, Cayce, loved you with all her heart. One mention of you at lunch and she beamed inside out. She even called you her “Bruddah” instead of brother. I thought that was cute and knew instantly it was your inside joke together. TL is a smart, adorable and amazing toddler. I know your family wishes you could have seen her grow up. I hope your pain is gone and you are lovingly keeping a watch over your family now.

To Jaime’s family-I haven’t met but 3 of your family members. Those three are all I need to know of your family’s strength and love for one another no matter what. Please know I am praying for Peace for all of you now. I know God will get you through this.

Cayce, I love you. Let God and Jason be your rocks. And when you look into TL’s eyes you will see Jaime. I’m sure he’s giving her hugs to give to you! I’m sorry your boys have lost their Uncle. Hugs to you all!

Gayle, I wish I could have met your son. From what I’ve read, he sounds like he never met a stranger. I’m so sad for you having to lose another child. It should never be this way. You and all of your family will be in my prayers. You have my love and condolences. Please let me know if there is anything you need. Love to you.

Justin Walker

October 14, 2020

Where do I start?

There is a lot to say that contextualizes our relationship. In ancient Chinese philosophy, the Yin and Yang represents a concept of duality, interconnection, and opposite but more so complimentary.

Every bit of this reflects the bond we shared as adolescences, but seemingly became less practiced entering adulthood. However, time never dictated this principle and revisiting this philosophical idea came immediate. I truly felt we possessed different skill sets that couldn’t be matched when tested.

You were a protective brother. I always came to you with questions and you never thought less of me for it. Your maturity seemed to be far ahead of mine, though only being one year apart. There were many things you taught me how to do (such as drive a manual) and many times you wanted to punch me (which we did). Nevertheless, I am lucky.

Your personality was infectious and dynamic; you didn’t believe in restricting it to anyone. You truly treated everyone with the same amount of dignity and respect. Everyone was considered family to you and deep down I was bothered, but now I am proud of you for that. They are lucky.

I am scrolling through your page, reading messages from your friends, and I am impressed by how many people you’ve touched. It just validates the person you are. Tell me one person who is not lucky.

Rest Easy Brother!

Your Unapologetic Brother,
Justin W ~ 贾斯丁

Cyriina Walker

October 13, 2020

Shaggee and I loved to hate each other. I think because we were way too similar when it came to our wit and sarcasm. We could go on BS tangents about nothing, and I spent many nights talking to him until the sun came up while we were both drawing. Being around him was grounding; there was never a feeling of being drained afterwards. He didn't care that I was a listener more than a talker, because he definitely had plenty to say. We'd joke about being siblings because of our last names, and I think that's where some of the competitiveness came from too. Underneath all the insults and catty comments, I really did consider him a friend, and someone who I was glad to have on my side. I'll miss him.

Crystal Lunceford

October 13, 2020

Shaggy was always cool and down to earth.Always hard working and always had a way to make you smile.Although I haven't seen him in many years I still remember him being so cool,friendly and welcoming.Many prayers to his family and friends.Fly high!

Heather Perotti

October 13, 2020

My fondest memory of Jamie was when I made a surprise trip to visit. He was just as excited to see me as others. Justin, Jamie, grandma, and myself all hid next door. Jaimie started jumping up and down, indicating others arriving. He accidentally smacked me across the face, knocking me to the ground but not before I hit a picture, breaking it. We ALL laughed so hard! String, I'll miss you!

Austin Ainsworth

October 13, 2020


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