OBITUARY

Gary Don Walker

April 7, 1951February 11, 2020

Gary D. Walker, 68, of Norco, California, passed away February 11, 2020. He was born in Alhambra, California on April 7th, 1951. Gary graduated from Arroyo High School in El Monte, California and attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. He was married to Sherry on November 18th, 1972 and they were married for 48 years. Gary had a career in Construction including Residential Housing, Commercial Concrete, Excavating and grading, for E.R. Walker, CoJean Construction, A.L. Macintosh Co. of 44years. He was a member of International Union of Operating Engineers, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Boy Scout of America Joint Program and obtained and Eagle Ranking in the BSA program. He had a passion for dancing, boating, water skiing, horseback riding, camping, Jeep adventures and fabricating metalwork. He is survived by his Spouse Sherry Walker, children Shelly Walker, Travis Komara, Wendy Walker and Chris Weyl, Grandchildren Elle Komara, Cash Weyl and Kinsey Komara, as well as his siblings Nancy Walker, Mark Walker, Trena Wishman, Randy Walker, Sheri Rife, Heidi De Leeuw.

Services

28 February

Visitation

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Mortuary

Cypress Room

11500 Arlington Ave
Riverside, CA 92505

28 February

Graveside Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Memorial Park

11500 Arlington Ave
Riverside, CA 92505

Memories

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Danny&Carole Wilhite

February 18, 2020

It is with a heavy heart that we have to say goodbye for now to our loving,caring neighbor Gary.We alway's loved our fence talking with him. He is a kind,caring fun loving Man that we will truly miss. From the very bottom of our heart our deepest thoughts are with his Family..Till we meet Gary .

Donald Bryan

February 18, 2020

Gary was hands down the best boss anyone could have ever had, he was always there to solve problems and help when ever he could, he was missed the day he retired,looking back I think I learned more from him and Mark than any one the industry,

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY