Jon Walker

Jon Walker

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Jon Walker, 66, of Webster City died Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at Select Specialty Hospital in Des Moines. Due to the state and federal guidance on gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the family will be having a public memorial at a later date. Foster Funeral and Cremation Center is entrusted with the services.
Jonathan Craig Walker, son of Alvin and Lucille (Smith) Walker, was born September 7, 1953 in Webster City. He was a proud graduate of the Webster City High School class of 1971. Jon was involved in a motorcycle accident in 1973, but he never let this set him back from what he wanted to do. He farmed with his father and brother and had also worked for Woodard Feed. Jon loved to hunt and trap when he was younger, especially using his traps to help out neighbors and friends who were dealing with an unwanted wild animal.
He is survived by his brother, Jim (Patty) Walker of Webster City; sister, Luanne (Greg) Paper of Stanhope; nieces and nephews, Wendy (Scott) Schumacher, Bill (Kris) Walker, Kristy (Joe) Teague, Brett (Kasey) Walker, Lacey (Jordan) Kite, Kit Paper and 10 great-nieces and great-nephews.
Jon was preceded in death by his parents.
He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and the Blairsburg Lions Club. Jon loved to donate to many organizations and was a past member of 4H and FFA.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be left to On With Life (rehabilitation center for brain Injuries), 715 SW Ankeny Rd, Ankeny IA 50023 or Trinity Lutheran Church.
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Chris Ostlund

Posted at 04:50pm
I am so sorry Jon is no longer with us. My sincere condolences to the Walker family for Jon's passing. He was such a kind person and so enjoyable with his sly comments and sense of humor. I remember walking beans at the Walker farm, and being treated so well by this nice family. Nasty work for a lazy city kid, but much more tolerable because of their hospitality. Rest in peace Jonny!

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Michael Scribbins

Posted at 05:06pm
Very sad heart today learning of your passing.
Will always cherish your innocent farm boy whit and mischievousness.
Our "Fact-Finding" missions in the Keys.
Makes me chuckle every time I think of you.
You were a best "Old Friend"
You were always upbeat.
One of the world's treasures.
"Drink a Beer" - Luke Bryan

John Smith

Posted at 04:43pm
I remember walking bean with John. I was probably 14. We had to maneuver around standing water in the field. John excitedly asked, " Did you see that fish jump?" He had a great sense of humor. I used that line more than once. He was a pleasure to work with and to know. He always had a smile on his face. He will be missed.

Mike Baker

Posted at 05:09pm
Jon I'm going to miss seeing you and talking with you. We will always think of you at the Class of 71 get togethers. I'll miss you Jon!

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