251 Garafraxa Street
PO Box 328
Memories of Jean Walker
From: Heather (Hill) Willmes
Dear Connie & David (and Families).
I was just looking up another obit when I saw your mother’s. I’m so sorry to see she is gone. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
From: Elda Harrison's family
We send our deepest sympathies & love to the family. Jean will be missed <3
From: June Whitehead (Misner)
My thoughts & prayers are with you during this difficult time. Jean was a terrific lady & will be missed by everyone that knew her. She could make you smile even on your worst day
From: The Passalents - Wendy, Dave, Kathry, Lauryn & Victoria
To the entire Walker (and Graham) clan, our deepest sympathies in the loss of this wonderfully independent and truly energetic woman. May she rest in peace (although we all know that isn't her style.)
From: Russell and Donna Caldecott
Sending our condolences to you both Rope and Pete ! Please forward our condolences to the rest of the family as well! So sorry for your loss! Our Sympathies Russell and Donna.
From: Jerome Eastman (Robson)
I was one of Jean's first students. I believe I was is grade six and this was the time when Gerald Walker was very much in the picture. Every day was new and interesting. I seem to remember not being able to get away with anything, but, we always felt that she was fair in the way we were treated. My condolences to her family.
From: Lib and Grant
We are so saddened to hear of your mother's passing, Connie .Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time
Hugs, Lib and Grant
From: Wanda Lang
Dear Connie, David and families,
I am so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very nice lady and I always enjoyed talking to her when she would come into the store for gas. Jean was a hard worker whether it be as a teacher or on the farm. She was always on the go. She was always very interested in us kids and what we were doing and she was always so proud to talk about you two, Connie and David. Even though I wouldn't see you much after you left for school, I always knew exactly what you were up to because your Mom would be so happy to share. I loved her friendliness and her quick wave.
I also remember her hosting our Grade 8 Graduation party in your basement. She also used to have a couple of very fat cats. Lots of good Williamsford memories and the Walker family was a great part of that.
Thinking of you all and praying that happy thoughts of your mom will comfort you.
From: John and Lillie Bates
So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. She will be missed
From: Ross & Debbie MacLeod
Our thoughts & prayers are with you all. Jean was a great teacher at Red Brick school & a good neighbour in our village.
From: Wendy Williams (Coward)
I send my heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Walker's family. She taught me Grade 3 at Holland Chatsworth. I think of her often with fondness. She helped shape the person I am today. She was tough but always made me want to live up to her expectations. I'm so glad that I am one of the many who was taught by her.
From: Patti Elliot
My deepest sympathies to the whole family. I was so sad to hear of Jean’s passing. She will be missed very much.
From: David Stafford
I was saddened to hear of Jean's passing. She was my teacher at SS5 Holland when I was in Grade 8. Later on she was also my two sons teacher when they went to Holland Chatsworth school. Some teachers impact their students more than others, Jean was one of the good ones.
From: Optimist Club of Normanby Township
Marg, Ron and the Walker Family
Please accept our deepest condolences.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time
From: Melcher family
Our deepest condolences. May God bless you all.
From: Brenda & Dave Hamel
Connie, David and families, so sorry for your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences, RIP Aunt Jean