HIawatha Walker of Westville, Oklahoma passed away on Jan 14, 2019. His loved ones are composing his obituary, which you will be able to read here.
Glen, son of Walter and Jananna (Manus) Walker, was born on March 16, 1957 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and departed this life on Monday, January 14, 2019 in Westville, Oklahoma.
Glen graduated from Westville High School in 1975. He was a truck driver nearly all of his adult life and enjoyed being out on the road. He never really met a stranger because he was always willing to talk to anyone or someone who would listen. He loved ribbing people just to get them riled up so he could see their reaction and he was pretty good at it too. He enjoyed racing, it didn’t matter what it was, whether it be dirt track, drag racing or watching it on TV, he liked it all. Probably what he enjoyed most of all was going down Chewey and watching wrestling, when there was an event down there.
He was preceded in death by his parents: Walter Walker and Jananna Rackliff.
Glen is survived by his children: Brian Walker and wife Whitney of Farmington, AR, Kimberly White of Fayetteville, AR and Jonathan Walker of Westville, OK. Grandchildren: Dallas, Jordan, Lincoln, Paris and London Walker of Farmington, AR, Haylee and Aylissa White of Fayetteville, AR and Keaton Walker of Westville, OK. 2 brothers and 2 sisters: Nita McClendon and husband Barney of Westville, OK, Marland Walker of Westville, OK, Chris Walker of Gentry, AR, Franchaska Pathkiller and husband Darrin of Westville, OK. Aunt: Juanita Brewer of Peoria, IL. 2 Special Aunts: Jo Ann Fields and Leona Crittenden, both of Kansas, OK. 8 nieces and nephews and other relatives and a host of friends.
He will be missed by many but leaves behind a lot of memories to remember him by.
1:00 p.m., Friday, January 18, 2019
Roberts & Hart Chapel
I Can Only Imagine
Go Rest High
Amazing Grace in Cherokee
Shannon McClendon ~ Jeremy Chuculate ~ George Stopp
Kendall Stopp ~ Joshua Pathkiller ~ Dwight Crittenden
To all the Walker family and friends... I was very sorry to hear about Glen's passing... I will miss him so much...
I'm sorry for your loss I'm misty Bobby Joe walkers daughter I came down with Boobie a couple of times but I used to see Hiawatha at uncle bucks house