Born: Sunday Dec 15, 1946

Died: Thursday Feb 18, 2021


David "Hon" Ross Walker

December 15, 1946 - February 18, 2021

David “Hon” Ross Walker, 74, passed away peacefully on Thursday morning, February 18, 2021, at his home.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Born December 15, 1946 in Leaksville, NC, David was the son of the late Rex and Bertha Foley Walker.  He was the owner and operator of Walker’s Trucking and Excavating and later, a cattle farmer.

He is survived by his son, Wesley Walker (Michelle) of Wilmington; daughter, Carolyn Newkirk (Curtis) of Richmond, VA; four grandchildren, Cainan Walker, Forrest Walker, Henley Newkirk, Briden Newkirk plus a litte boy on the way, Luxton Newkirk;  and brothers, “Deedle” Walker, Jimmie Walker and “Rag” Walker, all of Eden.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Bobbie Walker and brother, Buddie Walker.

Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.fairfuneralhome.com



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So sorry for your loss Michael & jody & Georgia.
Jody

we are so sorry for your loss Elvin and thought about of David we meet him at the Barn sweet man .Elvin Hawks and Jennifer
Jennifer solomon

Prayers go out to the Walker family. David was a great friend and neighbor to us and was always willing to help anyone in need. David always had a upbeat personality and was fun to be around. We will miss or friend and neighbor. RIP David and prayers for his family in the days ahead.
Mark And Jennifer Rakestraw

I’m so sorry for the loss of the most humble and always carrying on with people. Never met a stranger. I loved him with all my heart as did my family. I was and am proud to call him my brother!!! He will be missed by so many people. He’s touched so many heart’s. My deepest condolences and prayers for his children and grandchildren and family and friends!!! ❤️
Diane Walker Parrish

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My heart goes out to you for the loss of Hon. I have very fond memories of him. When I was kid he gave me my first ever horseback ride and always let me ride his lawnmower tractor around his property. He was always making us laugh all the time. At my last visit I had mentioned how much I liked the local honey that came from near his home. Afterwards he made sure to get some for me to take home.
Michael Winterberg

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