In Memory of

Larry

Walker

Life Story for Larry Walker

A Man of Honor and Integrity who dedicated his life to his family and Community.
Larry Walker was born to the late Johnny B. Walker and Juliet Gilbert on August 5, 1946. Larry was raised in Limestone County by loving Grandparents Arvella and Wesley Walker, along with his great grandmother Ms. Fannie Love. On the evening of October 16, 2023, surrounded by his family and loved ones, at his home, he entered into eternal rest.
Mr. Walker accepted Christ at an early age and became a member of Mount Zion Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Walker was United States Army Veteran. He received several awards for his services including the Honorable Purple Heart medal for saving his fellow servicemen.
Larry was family oriented and loved to cook for his family. He truly loved all holidays and any opportunity to fellowship and spend time creating dishes for his family.
He loved his family and strived to make a good living for them and reared them in the fear and admonition of the Lord.Larry met the love of his life and wife, Mrs. Cheleasher Williams-Walker over 41 years ago. They were married in a private family ceremony on August 16, 1996. Those who will be most profoundly deprived of his loving spirit and noble character; a faith wife, Mrs. Cheleasher Williams Walker, Sons John-Wesley Walker of Madison, Alabama, Larry Walker Jr. of Sanford, North Carolina, Darius(Destinee) Walker-Williams, Nicholas (Pauline) Williams of Decatur, Alabama, James Robison of Los Angeles, California, Daughters, LaTonya Williams of Madison, Alabama, Tuesday (John) Perry of Chattanooga, TN, Valerie (Michael) Woods of Chattanooga, TN, two Brothers Mr. Bernard Walker and Mr. Michael Walker, who proceeded him in death, Brothers, William (Jamie) Middlebrooks, Chattanooga TN, Kevin Cordell Walker of Lexington Park, MD, Kenneth Boyd Walker of Tuskegee, Al, Sisters Farris (Charlie) Benford of Athens, Alabama, Phyllis Kyle of South Carolina, Carolyn (Ronnie) Boyd Stone of Madison, Al. 21 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter who proceeded him in death. A host of uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, nieces and friends.