Clayton E. Walker, at the age of 88, of Mahanoy City, died on Sunday night 30th July at his home.
He was born in Mahanoy Township. The late Frank and Elsie (Freeman) Walker are his parents. He completed his 1952 graduation of JW Cooper High formerly in Shenandoah and worked with the United States Marine Corps while the Korean conflict.
Early Life Of Clayton E. Walker
Clayton E. Walker had been worked as an employed by the former Atlas Powder Company and last worked as a bus driver for the Mahanoy Area School District.
Clayton E. Walker was a part of St. Teresa of Calcutta Church in Mahanoy City and was also part of the Holy Name Society, Eucharistic Minister and sang in the choir at the former St. Fidelis Church.
His death took place with his parents. He left his four sisters, Margaret Walker, Susan Aponik, Edith Lipiec and Shirley Gottshall.
His Survivors are his wife of age 60 years, the prior Mary Ann Swatsky. A daughter Deborah Ann of Mahanoy City, 2 sons Jeffrey and his friend Donna of Tennessee.
Along with, Michael and his friends May of Barnesville, a brother Frank and his wife Lillian of New Jersey sisters Ruth Holden of Shenandoah and Grace Schuyler of Drums.
Additionally, always people remember him, including his sister-in-law Eugenia Golden, his nieces, nephews, and his three grandsons Justin (Amy), Steven (Samantha), and Tyler (Emily), as well as his four great-grandchildren Aubrey, Emma, Ensley, and Ella.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Teresa of Calcutta Church in Mahanoy City on Saturday morning at 10 AM. Family members and friends will have to go there.
Additionally, at Hometown’s Sky View Memorial Park, there will be a burial with full military honors. Friends are welcome to visit the church on Saturdays starting at 8:30 AM.
Moreover, the family would appreciate donations to the St. Teresa of Calcutta Church or the ACTION Youth Group.Which people will accept.
The Mahanoy do all the arrangements of death ceremony, at the city-based David D. Jarrett Funeral Home.
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