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beloved and caring father to Kenneth Walker Jr, Festus Walker, Sheronne Walker-Burke and Deborah Rodney-Gordon and revered grandfather to Kenneth Walker III, Breanna Walker, Stephen Walker, Brittany Burke, Chelsea Burke, Mackenzie Burke, Genieve Walker-Buchanan; great grandfather to Joel Buchanan, Tyrese Walker and Janice Walker, died Sunday, October 30th, 2022, in Tampa, Florida. He was 87 years old. Kenneth was born October 23rd,1935 in Hopewell in the parish of Hanover, Jamaica, West Indies, to Daniel Mathias Walker and Louisa Streete. Kenneth grew up in Jamaica and worked as an Accountant/Controller in the hotel industry and a businessman in the food and beverage industry, until he migrated to the United States in the early 1980s and worked on Wall Street until he retired. He is survived by his sons, Kenneth and Festus; daughters, Sheronne and Deborah; grandsons, Kenneth III and Stephen; granddaughter, Breanna; great grandson, Tyrese; great granddaughters, Janice, Joel; beloved daughter-in-law, Valerie Walker, nephews, Michael Beckford, Nathaniel Campbell, Cleveland Greene; niece, Dawnette Brown; cousins, Doreen K. Jones, Raymond Kerr, Richard Kerr, Alice Stockton and a host of other relatives and friends. He is predeceased by wife Ruby Mae Walker, his brother Franklin Streete and sister, Lucille Streete. Kenneth invested his life in the service of others and was a pillar to the entire family. He enjoyed the finer things of life and was invested in the pursuit of knowledge and truth.
The Celebration of Life is November 12th, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at Unity of North Tampa, 19520 Holly Lane, Lutz, FL 33558. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made in his memory to unitynorthtampa.org.

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