Clyde Fred Walker
April 26, 1944 ~ November 7, 2014
Viewing: Wednesday November 12th , from 9-11 A.M. at the Corinne 1st Ward prior to the funeral services
Funeral services: 11:00 A.M. at the Corinne 1st Ward
Interment: Corinne Cemetery
Corinne- Clyde Fred Walker passed away November 7, 2014 at his home in Corinne, Utah. He was born on April 26, 1944 in Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah to Frederick Walker and Lena Mills. He was the oldest son and second child in the family. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Corinne First Ward. He served in the United States Army and served in Vietnam where he was injured twice and received two purple hearts. He was especially proud of his son, Jacob Clyde Walker, and his three grandchildren, Mercedes Sue Walker, Wyatt Jacob Walker and Ethan Jacob Walker, who survive him. He enjoyed the time that he spent with them. He was preceded in death by his father, Frederick Walker and his mother, Lena Mills Walker. He is survived by a sister, LaRae (Willis) Lee of Clearfield, Utah, three brothers, Wayne (Linda) Walker of West Valley, Utah, Gary Walker of Brigham City, Utah, Blythe H. (Birgitt) Mills of Plain City, Utah and many nieces and nephews. He endured many years of surgeries, heart failures and poor health without complaint. The family would like to thank the Home Health Care professionals and nurses and VA Doctors and staff at the VA who cared for him, for their help and kindness to him during his illness. A viewing will be held Wednesday November 12th , from 9-11 A.M. prior to the funeral services. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. at the Corinne 1st ward. Interment will be in the Corinne Cemetery.
My heart goes out to you and the kids at this trying time in your life. Although he is no longer suffering, it is still heart breaking to say good bye. Clyde was such a special man and mom thought the world of him. Love you and keep in mind that we are here to help you if you need anything. Love and prayers to you all.
Lora and Walter Quick
So sorry to here of clyde's passing. He was a nice man, he always cared so much for his mom. We had lots of good times when we were young children. Sorry I can't be there for the funeral, please know that I would have liked to. Our thoughts are with you all.
Bev and Alan
Dear LaRae and family
Sorry to hear about Clyde's passing. I just talked with LaRee and she told me. To bad I am so far away I would have liked to go to the funeral and see you and your family.
Sharon Wheeler Wetzel
Our sympathy is with you and your family at the passing of your brother. When I read LaRae and Willis Lee many fond memories flooded my mind of the good old days in Provo at BYU. When things in your life settle down, please give us a call----we'd love to catch up. We are in the phone book----Steven Floyd in Plain City. I miss those occasional calls from the man with the heavy Southern drawl.
Pat and Steve