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Cecil Randall Walker

Cecil Randall Walker

Thursday, January 30th, 1936 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Age 84, died unexpectedly on March 20, 2020 at Washington Hospital due to sudden health complications. Randall was born January 30, 1936 at home in Hallsville, Texas to his parents Cecil and Lena Walker. He was the beloved husband of Edwyna “Joy” Walker; loving father of Eric Walker, Lisa (Greg) Hester, David (Lisa) Walker, and the late Steven Walker; proud grandfather of Abby, Joey, Michael, Ben and Ryan. Randall graduated from Hallsville Senior High School, Class of 1954. Following graduation, he served with the U.S. Army as SP5 and in the reserves through 1963. He graduated from North Texas State University with a Bachelors of Business Administration in 1958, where he met his sweetheart and future wife Joy. They celebrated 59 years of marriage in June of 2019. He retired in 2001 after 40 years with Goodyear industrial sales. He enjoyed running, gardening with his wife, and singing and playing bells in his church. He sang with the Char Val and Alcoa singers. Randall also enjoyed making grape juice, apple cider, and homemade ice cream infused with homegrown blueberries. He was a devoted member of Trinity United Methodist Church for 45 years where he will be missed dearly. He was a true gentleman, patient, quick with a joke, very supportive of his family, and a true disciple of our Lord. He lived his life with a strong sense of responsibility, a loving smile, kind words and a constant stable presence for us all to be strengthened by. A celebration of his life will be held later this year at BEINHAUERS in Peters Township. Those who wish to remember Randall in a special way may make gifts in his memory to Trinity United Methodist Church, 530 Center Church Rd, McMurray, PA 15317.
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  • Army
  • United Methodist Church
  • US Army Reserves
  • United States Army Reserves
  • US Army
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Pat Miyamoto

Posted at 10:00am
So sorry to learn of Randall’s passing. I had just talked to him about getting together for the viewing of another former CarVal singer and learned of his son’s death. My heart goes out to Joy. He was a great guy who helped CharVal greatly by being our manager and getting us “gigs”! Loved his singing...especially his twang with the western songs! So sorry for the situation as it is because would love to visit with the family and the rest of the CharVal gang. Please let me know when the Celebration of Life will be and I’m there! Pat Miyamoto at pmiyamoto@comcast.net.
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