OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Walker

May 13, 1951March 4, 2019

Patricia Ann Walker passed peacefully into the hands of our Lord Jesus Christ on March 4, 2019. She was born on May 13 in Newport, Tennessee to Buford and Elizabeth (Boley) Townsend. Her adoptive parents were Richard and Imogene (Bennett) Boley. She is survived by her husband Herbert Walker of 25 years; siblings, Bill Boley, Billy Hayward, Diana Steets, Glenn Townsend, Helen Jean Coble, Jimmy Townsend, Johnny Townsend, Lloyd Townsend, Ron Boley, and Ruth Campbell. Numerous Nieces/Nephews. Pat was president for many years of the Great Northwest Older Wiser Leisure Seniors (OWLS) organization, and was an avid volunteer for Lackland Fisher House. She was affectionately known as "Miss Pat" by the many children she cared for while employed at Timber Path Learning Center. Pat always gave back to her community, whether it was her time or donations. She was loved by family and friends and will be greatly missed. "We all love you and will forever miss your sweet kind voice and giving heart of gold" - mama Candias and family

  • FAMILY

  • Herbert Walker of 25 years, Husband
  • Diana Steets and Ron Boley, Siblings
  • Lloyd Townsend and Jimmie Townsend, Siblings
  • Helen Jean Coble and Glenn Townsend, Siblings
  • Ruth Townsend and Billy Hayward, Siblings
  • Johhny Townsend and Bill Boley, Siblings
  • Numerous Nieces and Nephews, Other

Services

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REMEMBERING

Patricia Ann Walker

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SANDRA Townsend

March 9, 2019

WITH GREAT SADNESS IN OUR HEARTS , WILL ALWAYS HAVE OUR
PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF OUR BELOVED SISTER PAT. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY HER FAMILY .

Billy Hayward

March 8, 2019

I remember one time we were all having breakfast at Cracker Barrel in Newport and Pat bought a purse. Well we were all outside saying our goodbyes and Pat starting crying so I told her not to cry that I was pretty sure if she took that ugly purse back in the store that they would give her money back. That is the way I will remember my sister because she took a swing at me for saying what I did. I will miss her very much.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY