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Brian Walker

May 5, 1964 - September 13, 2013
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William "Brian" Walker passed away September 13, 2013, after a courageous battle with Melanoma Cancer. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, May 5, 1964. Brian was a very loving and giving person always thinking of others and was known for his compassionate heart. Brian grew up in Dayton, Ohio where he attended Miamisburg High School until his family moved to Houston, Texas before his Senior year where he graduated from Clear Lake High School. After High School he attended San Jacinto College for 2 years. He attended the Alvin First United Methodist Church and Crossroads Fellowship in Houston. One of Brian's favorite passions was table...
William "Brian" Walker passed away September 13, 2013, after a courageous battle with Melanoma Cancer. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, May 5, 1964. Brian was a very loving and giving person always thinking of others and was known for his compassionate heart.

Brian grew up in Dayton, Ohio where he attended Miamisburg High School until his family moved to Houston, Texas before his Senior year where he graduated from Clear Lake High School. After High School he attended San Jacinto College for 2 years.

He attended the Alvin First United Methodist Church and Crossroads Fellowship in Houston.

One of Brian's favorite passions was table shuffleboard. On April 15, 1990 he won the championship in the 14 player Pro-Am U.S. Open Qualifying tournament held in Clear Lake and qualified for the U.S. Open Shuffleboard Tournament in Austin, Texas. He continued playing shuffleboard and ran many tournaments throughout the years.

Brian was a Locksmith by trade and loved it. He worked for Jack's Locksmith of Rosenberg, Texas.

Later he met the love of his life, Juliet, and was blessed with a wonderful family. He loves children and was a great step-dad to his stepson Bailey Ray Murray 12 and Karley Ann Murray 9 who loved him very much. Brian and his family lived in Alvin, Texas where Juliet works and the children attend school.

Brian fought a courageous fight against Melanoma Cancer at M.D Anderson Cancer Center where he passed peacefully surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his wife Juliet and 2 step children Bailey and Karley. His Mother and Father Bill and Karen Walker, his brother Lee and wife Paige Martin, Grandmother Betty Martin, Grandmother Collin Murphy, Aunts and Uncles Denny and Sonya Walker, Bunk and Melanie Walker, Sue Money, Gerri and DeWayne Howard, Shannon Murphy and Joel DeWitt, Erin Murphy and Mike Rabinowitz, Mother and Father-in-law John and Cecile Cheek, Sisters-in-law Monique Corbello, and Renee and Keith Murray and many cousins, nieces and nephews. Brian was preceded in death by his brother Timothy Walker, and he will be laid to rest next to him. Several grandmothers and grandfathers, aunts, uncles and other family members that were waiting for Brian to take him in their arms and help him to cross over into heaven.

In Lieu of flowers a contribution to the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Foundation or the Charity of your choice is preferred.


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"Bill and Karen, I just found out in a few minutes about Brian's death. I am sorry for your loss. Pray for all of your family. Brian is RIP now. Old friend..." Becky Center (Fairborn, OH)

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