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Michael Del Walker

Monday, February 8, 1943
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Spokane, Washington

Michael Del Walker passed away Tuesday, October 16th at the age of 75 after a four year battle with cancer. 

Michael and his family built a home in Whatcom County at the end of the Rutsatz Road on the banks of the Nooksack River’s middle fork and lived there for over 40 years.

Michael was born in Providence Hospital in Spokane WA in the middle of World War II. He lived in Davenport, Vancouver, Pullman, Sedro-Woolley, Sacramento, Berkeley, Hoboken, and Washington DC before landing on the Rutsatz.  Michael graduated from El Camino HS in Sacramento CA in 1961; Graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in a speedy three years and then crossed the bay to attend and graduate from Hastings Law School in San Francisco. 

Never one to rest, he went directly to Hoboken NJ to work for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) within the US Commission on Civil Rights.  

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Submitted by Kynette Shields on

My blessings and heart felt gratitude for Michael Walker and his entire family. He and they made a huge difference in my life for the good. 

Kynette Shields

Submitted by Linda Hall on

Michael was very helpful to me when I needed help. Thank you so very much.

Submitted by L Chandler on

Dear family,

I am so sorry for your loss. Michael sounds like such an industrious and helpful man who had a love for doing things for those he loves. Losing someone we love can bring feelings that overwhelms us and take away our comfort. I have found the scriptures in the Bible brings me comfort. The scripture at 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 is one that comforts me. When you have time, please look it up in your own Bible. For more information on hope for our dead loved ones and additional comfort for those mourning, please visit www.jw.org.


L Chandler

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