Leonard Rolland Walker

1928 ∼ 2019

Dale and Audrey Paccione of Foxboro, Ma. wrote:

Lenny made a big impression on us with his great big smile and twinkly eyes. Although we only met on a few occasions, we felt we knew him well through the eyes of his beloved daughter Paula. Paula, the word "schmutz" will never be spoken again without thinking of your dad and how it made him giggle. We will laugh about this every time we hear that word! Lenny will live on forever in the special memories and the love for him will never fade with time.

Steve Bates of Prescott az wrote:

Deepest and sincere sympathy the entire Walker family.Have many fond memories.

Carl Taylor of Naples, FL. 34110 wrote:

I first met Leonard, in 1969 at Otis AFB. I work with him for many years and enjoyed each day. He was a person to look up to, he was always willing to help younger workers. Leonard, may you RIP.

Don king of Buzzards Bay, MA wrote:

As a new guy at Lofan, you were one of the first acft mechanics I net. Big smile, distinctive voice, a wonderful human being. Condolences to the family and may God watch over you.

John dalton of Mashpee, ma wrote:

Worked with Lennie for over 40 years.He was a good friend and coworker.Mayhe Rest In Peace. John Dalton

John Dalton of Mashpee, ma wrote:

Worked with Lennie for over 40 years. He was a good friend and co worker. May he Rest In Peace John Dalton

Scott Perkins of Worcester, MA wrote:

Sending strength and prayers to the Walker family. Thanks for all you do for my Mom. The Centerville Highlands was a tremendous area to grow up in because we had great, hard working parents like Mr Walker.

Casey Owen Sargent of Burlington, Iowa wrote:

Thank you Leonard for every memory you and your family afforded me. You were a great man just like your twin brother Howard, my Grandfather. I turned five on Cape Cod July 27, 1980 and you were there, I will never forget. May God bless you and unite you with your parents and siblings. My flag is flying proud and strong in your honor today.