In Memory

Ritchie Walker

Ritchie Walker

Mr. Ritchie Walker was born August 5, 1971, to Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Walker, Jr. of Jackson, Mississippi.  He was the fourth of fourteen children born to this union.

He received his elementary education from Woodville Heights Elementary School and Timberlawn Elementary School.  He continued his education at Siwell Jr. High School and graduated from Forest Hill High School with outstanding honors in Basketball and Scholastic Achievements.  He attended Hinds Community College one year.

In growing up, Ritchie was a warm and sweet child and always was respectful to his parents.

He leaves to morn his passing: his loving and devoted parents, Deacon Johnnie and Sister Charlesetta Walker; nine brothers: Dewayne, Terence, Sherdron, Ingar, Shunel, Quris, Coness, Carles, and Ivan; four sisters: Jeanetta, Vernetta, Pierrette, and Mira, all of Jackson, Mississippi; one grandfather, Claude Eatmon of Los Angeles, California; two grandmothers: Mrs. Clara Freeman of Raymond, MS and Mrs. Edna Walker of Yazoo, Mississippi; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.



 
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12/04/08 10:45 AM #1    

Eyvette Johnson (Smith)

Ritchie was my buddy. He was at Mississippi State with me and used to be my driving partner coming and going. He was at State when he got into that car accident and I felt soo bad for him being there. It took me a long time to get over his passing and I still think about him. He is greatly missed by me. Love ya, Buddy.

12/04/08 01:51 PM #2    

Bill Lott

I can remember Ritchie like was yesterday. He was someone that I knew ever since elementary when we were at Woodville Heights. I remember his fondness for art as he was a really good artist as well as an accomplished basketball player when he was in junior high at Siwell. I never saw much of him in high school and wish that I could say that it's a shame what happened to such a talented person.

12/04/08 06:42 PM #3    

Wanda Moore

Wow Ritchie another person from which I grew up with if anyone from our jr high years can remember when the highway patrolman came to Siwell and said that some of would not be with us and I thought about that every time I got news of one of my classmates had passed.But on to a fond memory I was late for Classday and I had to walk in with Ritchie I had so much fun back there with him we laughed to whole time neither one of us got an award but it was okay.

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