Alison Walker

August 25, 1925January 15, 2021

With heavy hearts, the family of Alison Eva Walker announce that she passed away on Friday, January 15, 2021 at the age of 95. She is survived by her husband Remington Walker and four children Remington Walker, Pamela Joan Wilkie, Jocelyn Loraine Weinberger and Denise Michelle Jantzen, along with eleven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Alison was born in Kindersley, Saskatchewan on August 25, 1925. She lived with her parents Gordon Mitchell and Esther Mitchell in Kindersley and later in Hagen and Tisdale before moving to Estevan to work in the post office. It was there that she met and married her husband, Remington Walker in 1951. Their four children Remington Jr., Pamela Joan, Jocelyn Loraine and Denise Michelle were born in St. Joseph Hospital in Estevan and baptized in St. Giles Anglican Church. In 1965 the family moved to Regina where she raised the family and also worked in several part-time jobs including a laundromat, coffee shop, several drug stores and some baby-sitting positions. She volunteered to help out in the community by assisting with the Humane Society and various church organizations as part of St. Mary’s Anglican Parish. Early in 2020, Alison was hospitalized and diagnosed with dementia. Shortly afterwards, the Covid-19 pandemic was declared and she was diagnosed at level 3 care and admitted to Santa Maria Senior Citizens Home in Regina on April 15, 2020. She received loving care and attention during her convalescence and passed away peacefully in the evening of Friday, January 15, 2021.


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Mary Ray

January 20, 2021

Allison was not only an amazing woman of faith, but a close friend of my late mother, Cathleen Shier. I was brought up at St. Mary's Anglican Church, and I have such beautiful memories of Allison doting on me as a child, supporting me when we both sang in the choir, supported me as I left Regina, and ALWAYS was so happy to see me when I visited home. She was so caring, had a great sense of humour, and much love for her family. To Rem and family, sending you all my heartfelt condolences, and prayers.