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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Audrey M (DeGray) Walker

Audrey M (DeGray) Walker
April 30, 1932 ~ July 2, 2020

Audrey M Walker, born in April 30, 1932 in Hartford, CT to John and Evelyn DeGray, as one of 11 children. Audrey passed away on July 2,2020.

She was always full of Life, an avid reader, loved all music from Motown to Country, crossword puzzles, OU Football and the Yankee's! She never missed a chance to read a new book-newspaper or magazine article to learn something new about the world. Her home was always open to everyone. Audrey worked in civil services for the United States Air Force. She was a long time recruiter for them and had much pride in her work.

She loved her two children, Scott Walker and Martti Taylor (Walker), 2 Grandchildren, Patricia Gillis (Walker) and John Walker and 6 great grandchildren. Audrey is survived by her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, 4 siblings, several nieces and nephews.

A memorial service may be held on a later date. 

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