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Gwendolyn Sujean "Sue" (Caywood) Walker

Gwendolyn Sujean "Sue" (Caywood) Walker
August 15, 1941 ~ July 1, 2022

 Gwendolyn Sujean Walker, known to her friends and family as Sue, passed away on July 1, 2022, at the age of 80.

Sue was born on August 15, 1941, in Hulbert, Oklahoma, the daughter of Cecil Sherman Caywood and Goldie Maye (Garrison) Cox. Sue grew up in Hulbert and the Dawson area of Tulsa, Oklahoma. On February 6, 1959, Sue was united in marriage to the love of her life Eddie Wayne Walker in Turley, Oklahoma. The two made their initial home in Tulsa, moving to Cleveland in 1968. Sue worked several places as a waitress; however, her love and passion was making a home for her husband and children as a homemaker.

Sue was a very accomplished bowler and traveled to many locations participating in tournaments. She and Eddie took lots of memorable trips. The one mentioned often was a three-and-a-half-month camping trip to Alaska. It included four couples trekking into the Dakota's, then west to Wyoming and Montana before crossing into Canada up to Alaska before the journey back home through the western states on their way back to Oklahoma. Sues favorite times were traveling and seeing the family that she loved dearly. Sue was always willing to help when her children were growing up. She would chaperone every band event and attend every contest and football game her kids were involved with. Sue and Eddie were very active with different clubs in the area, including O.A.K. Camping Club, Dean's R.V. Club, and the Cimmarron Travelers and Thunderbirds. They also square danced for many years. Sue's favorite pastime at home was being with her family and watching wrestling on television.

Survivors are her husband, Eddie, of the home; two children, Martie Walker and life partner Amelia Wilson, Crystal Schaming and husband, David; three grandchildren, Audrey Schaming, Taylor Schaming, Shane Schaming, nine great grandchildren, Tabitha, Seth, Isaac and Chloe Rakes, Willow and Michael Schaming, Jeremiah Allen, Michael and Justice Sissom and an aunt Irene Caywood as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Sue was preceded in death by her father Cecil Caywood, mother Goldie Cox, brother Norman Caywood, infant son Billie Joe Walker and a niece Cathy Caywood Milarr.

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