On Tuesday September 7, 2015 Clarence closed his eyes for the last time and woke up in Heaven. He was a Veteran of the U. S. Army and employed thru American Airline for many years.
Mr. Clarence Walton
From Labor: May 25, 1929
To Reward: September 7, 2015
Thursday, September 24, 2015 – 1PM
New Jerusalem Baptist Church
3427 N. Birmingham Ave
Rev. Robert Mingilton Officiating
Clarence Walton was born on May 25, 1929 to Johnnie and Samantha Walton in Hughes Spring, Texas. Clarence was the first of thirteen children. He attended Trail High School. At an early age he joined Love Chapel Baptist Church.
Clarence left home at the age of seventeen joining the Armed Forces to serve in Korean War as a truck driver in the supply division. He was honorably discharged in 1954. He then moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Clarence became employed with American Airlines in 1967. He later retired in 1993. After retirement Clarence enjoyed spending his free time fishing, hunting, horse racing and going to the casino.
Preceding him to his Heavenly home are his parents, two brothers, Leroy Crittenton and Winford
Walton, two sisters, Johnnie Faye Matthews and Frankie Sampson; two sons Terrance and Norris Walton
Clarence leaves to cherish his memory and continue his legacy are his children Dwaine Walton, Mary Lee Walton and Sheryl Walton all of Tulsa, OK; his siblings, Cleophus Walton of Grand Prairie, TX., Lawrence Walton of Fort Worth, TX. and Milton Walton of Lexington, Ok; three sisters, Tommie ( Thomas) Gardner of Texas, Dorothy Nell Brown and Nelda (Freddie) English both of Tulsa, Ok.; his beautiful grandchildren, Toimica Edmundson, Jerrick Don Jordan, Dan and Dillon; two great — great grandchildren, David (Tre), Fannie, and Jorvon Dan and a host of nephews and nieces, cousins and friends.
“When caring truly Matters, DYER cares”