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Barry Harold Walker
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Barry Harold Walker Mr. Barry Harold Walker, 66, of Winchester, died Saturday, January 1, 2011, in Winchester, Virginia. Mr. Walker was born in 1944, in Washington, DC, the son of the late Alexander and Madeline K. Walker. He retired as owner and operator of Winchester Auto Radio, Inc., after 30 years, and retired after 18 …
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Susan left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Kenny, We, you, Barry and I went to Western High School together. I lived in the apartment building on Davis Place at 41st Street. I was sorry to read about Barry. Who would have thought we were neighbors. I moved to Winchester eight years ago and live on Pemberton Drive. I remember how Barry tried to get me to go out with him but I was kinda shy and never did. I remember both of you played football and that he was a big guy and had the most beautiful blue eyes. He was always polite and friendly. l will stop by Omps on Tuesday evening and will ask for you. With sympathy, Susan Pope Beach
The Kuykendall's left a message on January 30, 2013:
Many fond memories of going to the track in Englishtown and Hagerstown to watch him race. With deepest sympathy Mary, Aaron & Jason
Susan Pope Beach left a message on January 3, 2011:
Dear Kenny, We, you, Barry and I went to Western High School together. I lived in the apartment building on Davis Place at 41st Street. I was sorry to read about Barry. Who would have thought we were neighbors. I moved to Winchester eight years ago and live on Pemberton Drive. I remember how Barry tried to get me to go out with him but I was kinda shy and never did. I remember both of you played football and that he was a big guy and had the most beautiful blue eyes. He was always polite and friendly. l will stop by Omps on Tuesday evening and will ask for you. With sympathy, Susan Pope Beach
The Kuykendall's Mary, Aaron & Jason left a message on January 4, 2011:
Many fond memories of going to the track in Englishtown and Hagerstown to watch him race. With deepest sympathy Mary, Aaron & Jason
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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