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Oklahoman Archives
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
April 28, 1995, p35


                         David Jack Walker
/ 1995


Oklahoman Archives
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
April 30, 1995

David Jack Walker

"He was a wonderful father," Janet Walker said of her husband, David Jack Walker of Edmond.

"He loved his three girls more than any father could. He never hung up the phone without saying, `I love you.' "

The environmental specialist with Housing and Urban Development was "a funny man with a big heart," his wife said. "He laughed all the time."

Walker, 54, was a lifetime member of the First Baptist Church of NicomaPark and was actively serving on the building committee. In addition to his three daughters, he had a stepson and two grandsons. Michael Don Weaver

Michael Don Weaver met his wife, Donna, while both were attending the University of Oklahoma.

He proceeded to add the fun to her life for the next 21 years.

For the last five years he had served as general counsel for the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Weaver, 45, was in his office when the bomb destroyed the building.

Weaver will be missed during the family's annual get-together, where he played co-host for the "Clique Awards" along with his brother Greg.

Weaver's laughter, dry sense of humor and role of the "straight man" will always be remembered by his family.

David Jack Walker , 54 of Edmond, passed from his earthly life to live with his Heavenly Father on April 19, 1995 as a result of the explosion in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. He was born July 26, 1940 in Oklahoma City to Robert and Okla Walker . He graduated from Choctaw High School and OSU with a degree in Civil Engineering. He was employed as a Civil Engineer with the Corp of Engineers for 25 years and as an Environmental Officer with Housing & Urban Development for 10 years. He was a lifetime member of the First Baptist Church of Nicoma Park and was actively serving on the building committee.

He will be greatly missed by his wife, Janet; 3 daughters, Lea Ann and husband Jim Perry of San Diego, Jacqueline and husband Herby Bowman of Tulsa, and Jennifer Walker of Edmond; 2 grandsons, Tyler James Perry & T. Christian Bowman; brother John and wife Dianne Walker of Tulsa; step-son David Schoenhals of Edmond and many relatives and friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church of Nicoma Park Building Fund, P.O. Box 398, Nicoma Park, OK 73066. Services will be 3:00 p.m. Sunday, April 30, 1995 at First Baptist Church of Nicoma Park with interment at Arlington Memory Gardens.










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