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Jul.17.2009
My father-in-law's ashes were buried July 9, 2009.  Here is the service his son, my husband Lawrence A. Walker, wrote and led: Thank you all for coming to remember our husband, father, teacher and friend, Dr. Lawrence David Walker.  We have chosen this particular cemetery, Mount Olivet, for several...
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Feb.11.2009
We have posted six blog entries on my late father-in-law, Dr. Lawrence D. Walker.  This one puts them all together with hyperlinks.  From my husband, Lawrence Arthur Walker, son of Lawrence David Walker: My father, Dr. Lawrence David Walker, passed away on January 27, 2009.  After his passing, I...
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Feb.10.2009
From my husband on the music played at the wake of my late father-in-law: Dad loved all kinds of good music. We put together a selection of fifteen of his favorite tracks on a CD and played them at his wake, not to sum him up but to evoke him.  Where the songs are in hyper-text, I took a short...
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Feb.10.2009
From my husband about my late father-in-law: While he read relatively little fiction other than works by Laurens van der Post, but he loved well-crafted films, especially classic films.  Toward the end, he had too much difficulty moving and required too much oxygen to go out and see a movie, so at...
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Feb.10.2009
From my husband, regarding final arrangements for my father-in-law: On Monday, February 2, two days after the wake, we transferred my father’s urn to the mantelpiece, and my mother, Greg and I went to Mt. Olivet Cemetery to choose a burial plot.  Mt. Olivet is an unusual cemetery.  It was...
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Feb.10.2009
This is an entry from my husband regarding memorial observances for his beloved father, my beloved father-in-law, Dr. Lawrence David Walker:   My father, Lawrence David Walker, passed away in Salt Lake City peacefully at 7:25 a.m. on Tuesday, January 27, 2009, aged 77, in Salt Lake City with my...
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Jan.30.2009
We mourn the passing of my beloved father-in-law, Lawrence David Walker, on January 27, 2009.  Below are his obituary published in the Salt Lake Tribune and a short eulogy that his son, my husband Lawrence Arthur Walker, also wrote for a memorial card that was distributed at his wake.  Lawrence...