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Willie C. Walton

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Willie C. Walton

Place of birth: None

Private services for Retired Master Sergeant Willie C. Walton were celebrated in Killeen, Texas. Will served within the division of Military Intelligence from 1958 until 1981, and made connections and friends throughout the world. He served as a Security Specialist with the Los Alamos National Lab until 1996, was known for his skills as a polygraph examiner and locksmith, and was a licensed instructor and technician for scuba diving. His hobbies included traveling, photography, sewing, and caring for feral cats. Willie loved to learn, and pursued this passion throughout his entire life.

Funeral Notice Detail

Will passed quietly on the morning of June 13, 2015 in his home after a brief illness. Will is survived by his four children: Carroline Weaver of Spokane, Washington, Vivian (Nan) Huffar of Atlanta, Georgia, Pamela and William Quintern of Columbia, Maryland, and Warren (Bruce) Walton of Chandler, Arizona. Sixteen grandchildren, and twenty~three great grandchildren. All who will miss him and loved him.
Arrangements are with Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home Chapel in Killeen, and he will be laid to rest at Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery. Condolences can be offered at In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation in Willie\'s name to the charity of your choice.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home

1615 South Fort Hood

Killeen , TX 765421654

On: Jun 16, 2015 — At: 3:00 PM

2 Responses

  • Pamela Quintern On

    Daddy, I have not forgotten you. You are still in my mind and I wish with all my heart I could visit with you and make sure your will was done. We got nothing of your personal effects and so wish we could have something to hold. But it is okay. Our memories are with us and will be forever. My children remember you fondly and you made a great difference to them. You were there for all the important things as they grew up. I understand you just had to "Go poke a hole in your lungs" ever time you went out for a smoke. Still, I regret it did just that. And cut your life short for us. You were a good person and we will never forget. My hope is that Shirley's daughter appreciates the sacrifice you made for the last 9 years of your precious life being life support for her mother and giving up the time from us. I know that is just an example of the good caretaker you always were. All three of the last women in your life you did just that. Nursed them through time until their last days all succumbing to their own serious battles (2 with cancer and 1 with another lung ailment) Thank you for being so good to them. May you be in peace and know we love you always. Love forever, your youngest daughter Pam

  • Tobii Mason On

    Forever in my heart...

    My granddaddy and I will forever be connected. He and I both served in the U.S. Army. He is one of my heroes, along with my dad. My granddaddy was there for every huge life event and even some of the small ones. His visits were always full of stories, laughter, and memories. I will treasure the memories of him at my high school graduation, college graduation, my wedding, my "welcome back to the U.S. party", but most of all, I will treasure the memory of giving my wonderful, strong granddaddy my first salute as a newly commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. Granddaddy, wherever you are, I love you and know that I will always keep you close to my heart. Love, your granddaughter and fellow Soldier, Tobii


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