Bill Walker Obituary, Death – William “Bill” Walker, age 80, a resident of Paducah, Kentucky, passed away at his residence. He called the city of Paducah in Kentucky his home. Mr. Walker was a passionate follower of the Catholic faith, and because of this, he made it a point to regularly attend the services that were held at St. Thomas More Church. After devoting the most of his working life to the field of circulation for regional newspapers such as the Paducah Sun, the Courier Journal, and the West Kentucky News, he came to the surprising conclusion that he would retire earlier than he had originally intended.
Rose Ann Staudt Walker, who has been Bill’s wife for the past 60 years, is going to be one of the people he leaves behind when he passes away. Bill is going to be forced to part ways with each and every one of these people. In addition, he is survived by a sister who was known as Reda Shelton and who resides in the state of California; his two daughters, Angela Nelson of Paducah and Machelle Ulman of Phoenix, Arizona; his two sons, David Walker of Kevil and Billy Walker of Australia; and his seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Without him, everyone in this large extended family will experience a great sense of loss. The passing of his two brothers came in the days leading up to his own passing. He was the last of his family. He was the final surviving member of his family. Both Ivan Walker and Ruth Washburn were involved in the crime that was committed. Both of his parents had the name Thomas in their legal names. He was his mother and father’s son. He was their son.
The Reverend Brad Whistle will preside as the principal celebrant and serve as the main celebrant at the memorial service for immediate family members that will be conducted at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in the not too distant future. The memorial mass will be held at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. At some point after the conclusion of the funeral service, the body will be transported to the Mt. Carmel Cemetery to be laid to rest. There will be no openings for guests to drop by at this time, so please do not bother to make the trip. The company that is in charge of making the necessary arrangements at this time is the funeral home and cremation services offered by Milner & Orr, which has its headquarters in Paducah.