|Birth: ||Aug. 7, 1979|
|Death: ||Jan. 14, 2003|
Walter was the type of person that once you met him you instantly felt like you had been his friend forever. Walter loved his family and friends, no matter what he had to do, his family and friends always came first. Everyone called him “Superman” because it always seemed like if you had a problem Walter was there to help. It did not matter to him if it was working on a car, putting tile on a floor or helping his dad build a patio by their pool, he always helped others. Walter’s father said; “He is with our Heavenly Father now and I truly believe God has chosen him to be an angel and he is moving among us. He is with us now, and will always be there for us, with a hand on our shoulder, to guide us in the right direction as we move on with our lives.” Walter is not only walking among us, but he is running to help as many people as he can, with that infectious smile that he always had on his face. When you walked into a room, where Walter was, you could always spot him because of that smile. It was one of those smiles that no matter how bad a day you had when you saw him you were instantly smiling yourself.
Walter was taken from his family and friends in a tragic automobile accident.
Survived by parents: Buddy Clarke and Marilyn Leonard.
Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park
Created by: Gardee Hill
Record added: Feb 03, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10422622