Condolences for James Gregory “Greg” Walker, Sr.

Douglas L Crumpler posted on 4/29/19

Beverly, my heart is broken to hear about Greg. I only met him at Amy and Pats wedding but I could plainly see that you and he were "Soul Mates". I know how resilient you are, but losing is a very great sadness and we all want you and the family to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers ment

 

Billy Johnson posted on 4/26/19

VERY GLAD I got to bring him back to Caledonia for a few hours. I think he really enjoyed it, I know i did! Everyone was glad to see him and tell Old stories. For me, sitting on his front porch after the farm visit and talking was special!

 

Wanda Cooke posted on 4/25/19

Beverly, I am so sorry to hear about your husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Connie Cotten posted on 4/25/19

Beverly, I am so sorry for your loss. It is so hard to go through the loss of a husband. I am thinking of you at this time, I pray God comforts you and your family prayers.

 

Carrie Davis posted on 4/25/19

Sorry for your loss. Praying for strength and peace.

 

Barbara Brayboy posted on 4/25/19

Beverly, cherish the wonderful memories and good times that you and Greg shared.

 

Barbara Brayboy posted on 4/25/19

Beverly, cherish the wonderful memories and good times you and Greg shared.

 

Lee White posted on 4/25/19

Beverly, I am so so sorry about Greg! Thinking of you and your family!

 

Sue Allsbrook Darke posted on 4/24/19

So sorry to hear the news of Greg's passing. He was one of the nicest people I've ever known. I got to see him several years ago at our 'combined class reunion' and he was exactly the same person that I remembered from our high school days. Sending prayers and sympathy to his family!!

 

Bill Grove posted on 4/24/19

My childhood friend and lifelong friend! We both grew up at Crowell’s Crossroad in Halifax County. The reason that there are no bad guys, Indians or pirates around there is because we eliminated them all as kids. Riding the plains on tobacco stick horses, flying out he flag on our ship the tobacco barn and hunting down bad guys in the pinewoods. Our lives we for the better knowing each other and spending time together. Later on we hurt the squirrel population, doubled dated and played football of SN high together. A very special friend and a very special human being. You will be missed brother but we all know you are up to some fun in heaven!!! May the God of all comfort be yours Bev.

 

Carol Moore posted on 4/24/19

Beverly and family, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.