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Robert James Walker
May 21, 1988 ~ November 11, 2023 (age 35) 35 Years Old
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In loving and laughter-filled memory of Robbie Walker, who departed this world on Saturday, November 11. A son to Tracy (Craig) Perkins and Keith (Denise) Walker, a brother to Jamie (Oliver) Thompson, Jeffrey Burnsed, Susan(Todd) McRae and the unparalleled uncle to Owen. Robbie, a special cousin, friend, and nephew to many, left an irreplaceable void in our hearts.
Robbie's love for running, working out, UFC fights, the San Franscico Forty-Niners, motorcycles, jeep riding, and his cherished Mustang was matched only by his legendary dance moves and corny pick-up lines. Whether on the dance floor or trying to charm his way through a conversation, Robbie had a knack for turning ordinary moments into unforgettable memories.
His journey was one of triumph, proving that even in life's toughest battles, one can emerge victorious. His resilience and ability to overcome personal struggles became a guiding light for those fortunate enough to know him. And oh, the love he had for his mom, Tracy, was a testament to the warmth and kindness that filled his heart.
Robbie's father, Keith Walker, awaits him in heaven, surely the first to embrace him on his arrival. While we mourn his departure, we choose to celebrate the countless laughs he generously shared. Every room Robbie entered, he filled with joy, leaving behind cherished memories that will echo in our hearts.
Though our tears may fall, let us remember Robbie for the happiness he brought, the inspiration he leaves behind, and those unforgettable dance moves that could turn any frown upside down. May we put our trust in God, and may his laughter continue to resonate in the hearts of those who were touched by his warmth.