The Funeral Service to celebrate the life of Rex William Walker will be conducted in our Chapel, 302 Whatley Crescent MAYLANDS on FRIDAY (11.10.2019) at 10am. A Private Cremation will take place at a later time.
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WALKER REX WILLIAM Deep in our hearts a memory is kept,
Of one we loved and will never forget.
Lynette and Ernie Whitehurst
Special, loving memories of our Brother, Brother- in-law and Uncle. Dick, Glen, Peta, Stephen and Lee
WALKER REX WILLIAM My dearly loved brother, I will always remember you in a thousand different ways. Heartfelt sympathy Edith Sue Ian and families. Coral and Family
Loving brother of Vee, respected brother-in-law of John and uncle of Wayne, Carolyn and Leisa (dec). Deepest sympathy to Edith and families. Relieved from pain and peace at last.
It breaks our hearts to say goodbye to this beautiful man we call brother, uncle and best friend. We shared many camp fires over the years Rex and will treasure those memories. Your love and devotion to your beloved Edith is beyond words. We thank you for being in our lives. Deepest condolences to Edith, Jenny, Ian, Sue and Rex's family. Love forever.
Nora, Geoff (dec), Gary, Phill, Jason and families.
WALKER REX WILLIAM Deepest sympathy to Dear Edith, Jenny, Ian, Sue and families.
Thank you my friend for your dedication, caring and love for our beloved sister, especially over the last three years.
Your example is a hard act to follow.
We'll see you on the other side.
Love Sally and Stan
WALKER REX Farewell to a lovely man who has faced traumas and still came up smiling and being his gentlemanly self. You will be sadly missed by all. Deepest sympathy to all the family.
RIP Rex. Home with lots of loved ones.
Love Pauline, Richard, Brandy, Melody, Daniel and children
Dear Rex, so sorry you have left us. Deepest sympathy to your wonderful family who have been by your bedside. John (dec) and myself have travelled many miles with you and Edith, camping around a fire, you playing the mouth organ; I will never forget those times. Love you, Merle, Lorraine, Dave and Phil.
It is so sad that you have left us. Your friendship and the example that you set for others made the world a much friendlier place. Memories of evenings by the camp fire with you on the squeeze box and the Kimberley stars above can never be forgotten. Love and best wishes to Edith and family.
Gerry and Lyn Deegan