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Tyler Gene Walker
© Enid News and Eagle
Submitted by: Ann Weber

© Enid News and Eagle

ENID, Okla. - We are saddened by our loss, but celebrate the life of Tyler Gene Walker.

Beloved son of Tom and Carmen Walker, born November 16, 1975, Tyler passed into God?s hands June 10, 2013. His father predeceased him in death in 1981, and Tyler will rest next to him.

He lived in Enid all his life where he worked, loved and played hard, always full of wit, tricks and an open, loving heart.

All that embraced him in love and friendship will gather for a private graveside service at a later date.

Those who will carry on his memory are his mother, Carmen Walker; his brother, Shyler Walker and wife Jayme; his auntie Joan Stark and husband Jim; his beloved companion, Lacee Hawley; and other family members and friends.

Those lost to us welcome him to his new home; God's grace has taken him forever "into the wind."

(Submitted by family)

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