Originally created 11/30/03

Mrs. Robbie Walker ( AUGUSTA, Ga.)



AUGUSTA, Ga.- Mrs. Robbie Walker, of Dewey Gray Circle, entered into rest on Monday, November 24, 2003 at Windermere Nursing Home. Mrs. Walker was a native of Augusta and a member of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Thomas Walker is pastor, from which funeral services will be held Monday, December 1, 2003 at 3 p.m. Rev. Thomas Walker officiating. Interment will be in Magnolia Cemetery. She leaves to cherish her memories, a loving daughter, Audrey Walker Carr, Martinez; one stepson, James L. Walker, deceased (Betty), Augusta; four grandchildren, Brent (Angela) Walker, Augusta, Heather, Jennifer, and Jamese Walker, Martinez; two great-granddaughters, Brittany and Brianna Walker, Augusta; one great-grandson, Adrian Jacquez Walker, Martinez; one brother-in-law, Bishop Eugene (Adell) Walker, of New Haven, Conn.; a sister-in-law, Esther Brawner, (Harold, deceased) of New Haven, Conn. She also leaves to mourn two devoted cousins, Willie Mae Burroughs of New Haven and Julia Ross, (Arthur, deceased), of Augusta; one niece, Jacksie (John) Thomas, of Augusta; one nephew, Victor (Vickie) Wheeler of Augusta; six godchildren, Cecilia B. (Amos) Johnson, Jonathan Butler, Desiree McCoy, all of Augusta, Anthony Burroughs, of Waterbury, Conn., Shelby (Monty) Burroughs of Augusta, Kelvin Burroughs of New Haven; six adopted daughters, Deborah A. Smith, of Martinez, Mildred Faulks of Evans, Ruby Coffie, Louvenia C. Williams, Beverly Ann Samuels, Dorothy C. Tutt, and Laura Williams, all of Augusta; two adopted sons, Wayman Huntley and Carlton Johnson of Augusta; and a host of cousins and friends. Four devoted friends also cherish her memories, Dea. and Sis. Miller Ashley, Mrs. Lerlene Johnson, Mrs. Mattie Hawkins Walton, Sis. Dorothy, Mrs. Annie Mae Martin, and Mrs. Sadie Williams, all of Augusta. Friends may call at the residence or funeral home. The Historic Dents Undertaking Establishment serving the CSRA since the 1800s. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com

The Augusta Chronicle November 30, 2003