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Robert Earl Walton
December 23, 1955 ~ May 26, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Robert Earl Walton was born on December 23, 1955, in Hooks, TX to Mary Louise and Eddie Robert Walton who preceded him in death. Robert attended school in Hooks, Tx and moved to Houston, TX after graduating High School. Robert started his construction company and was well known in the construction business. Robert was a very caring person who had a heart of gold. He has helped raise many and would always lend a helping hand to anyone that was in need. Robert’s daily meetings on the porch will truly be missed.
Robert leaves to cherish his lasting memories: His wife Carolyn, his sons -Cedric Coleman (Deana), Robert Walton Jr, and Tyler Woodard who proceeded him in death, His Daughters -Natika Williams (Kyle), and Tamara Gobin. Sisters: Venthia Woodards, Bernadine Woodards, Fatima (Tiny), Holland (Hezekiah), 2 sisters Glory Estell and Eddie Mae Gulley, 2 brothers Otis Walton and willie Phillips who proceeded him in death. Sister-in-law Tina Walton. Granddaughters: Ashlee, Jhanna, Jayda, Raini, Madisyn, Hailey, Mahlia, Mahlani. Grandsons: Kyren, and Glen. Great Grandson: Tyrell Rodgers. Thank you to every single person who shared donated, contributed your time, offered your condolences, or even said a prayer. Thank each of his special friends: Bobby Tezno, Castor Shepard, Daniel Washington, Alonzo Byrd, Ricky Peters, Al Murphy , Ron, and Rodger (Twins). Thank you to all his brother- in- laws Jesse Keith, Michael (Black Mike), Don Sam, and Horace for always being there to support, and care for him. Special thanks to nephews Curtis Artis and Arthur Nickerson Jr. Special Thanks to Fresenius Dialysis for 18 years of care and service.