Maggie Lee Walker

August 31, 1928 - July 19, 2017
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Maggie Lee (Barnes) Walker, 88, of Hobart, Oklahoma passed away peacefully with family by her side on July 19th, 2017. Maggie was born on August 31st, 1928 Southwest of Roosevelt, OK on the farm near Consolidated 8 to J.M. and Vada (Wallace) Barnes.
Maggie attended school, grades 1 thru 12 at Consolidated No. 8, graduating in 1947. After graduation she worked at Boothe Drug, she met her sweetheart Wayne Emmett Walker and they married February 7, 1948 in Vernon, Texas. He preceded her in death on March 29, 1982. Maggie spent most of her life in Hobart. She worked at Hobart Steam Laundry, Moran Motor Co., Kiowa Co. Star Review for Clarence Frost where she sold advertising and won a trophy in the Okla. Press Association State Contest. She also worked at Public Service Co. of Oklahoma and Home State Bank where she retired in 1993 as an Assistant Vice President.
Maggie's class of 1947 started the Consolidated No. 8 school reunions and she was chairman for many years, she was also instrumental in helping with Con 8 Memorial Erected where the school once stood. Maggie served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Memorial Account and Secretary for AARP. She loved to help people, she would take them to church or to the doctor. Maggie also spent a lot of time at the Nursing Homes and Hospital, visiting and assisting however she was needed. She was also elected on the board of directors for the Senior Citizen Group in July, 2005. She also volunteered at the Good Samaritan Home, The Hobart Living Center and the Blood Mobile. Maggie also worked for several years at the Election Polls and Kiowa County Museum, she headed the bake sale fund raiser in 2010 where record sales were recorded. Maggie loved to cook and she was a wonderful baker, many of her friends and family enjoyed the small loaves of bread and cakes that she baked and gave as gifts. She would also take loaves of her bread and other goodies to all the store owners in Hobart, She sold every one. She won many ribbons at the Kiowa County Fairs for her baked goods. Maggie loved going to all the Hobart sporting events, She won "Fan of the Year" award in 2014-2015. Maggie was a member of the Church of Christ in Hobart, and baptized in 1946 at the Church of Christ in Roosevelt, Oklahoma. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Survivors include:
Sister: Thelma Davis & husband Charles of Woodbridge, NJ
Sister-in-laws: Stella Sims
Lillie Jenkins
Teresa Mills & husband Dave
2 Nieces: Fern Louise (Brock) Hoppe & Husband Carlos of Lubbock, TX
Deanna Beth (Davis) Pinkham & husband Robert of Colonia, NJ
and their 3 children Nicole, Lindsey, & Kevin
4 Nephews: Bennie Barnes of Greenville, TX
Lynn Wayne Barnes & wife Marilyn of Duke, OK
Donal Elroy Brock & wife Cindy of Richland, WA
Charles Davis Jr. & wife Allison of Chillicothe, IL
and their 2 children Cameron and Valerie
Several nieces and nephews on the Walker side of the family.

Preceded in death by: Husband; Wayne, Parents, Brother; L.G. (Dick) Barnes & wife Mable, Sister; Juanita Frances Brock & husband Elroy, Sisters-in-law; Faye Walker & husband Leland, Katherine Martin, Brothers-in-law; Dale Drake, Gayle Drake, Raymond Clarke and Sherman Walker.

Funeral Service: 10:00 a.m., Monday, July 24, 2017
Church of Christ
Hobart, Oklahoma
Interment: Hobart Rose Cemetery
Hobart, Oklahoma

Under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Hobart, Oklahoma

Service Information

Date: July 24, 2017
Time: 10:00 am
Date: July 24, 2017
Time: 11:00 am

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Frank and Myra Hanna
Hobart, OK
The sweetest lady I've ever known.  Always helping others.  She will be missed.  Prayers for the family
David and Galeen Chain
Hobart, OK
Maggie...there are so many great things that can be said about have always been kind, thoughtful and have always been so giving of your time in our are simply the best!! We love and miss you already.
Tommie Riley
Hobart, OK
Maggie helped us so much with the bake sales at the museum.  She made
countless loaves of bread.  She was always a friend from our days at Home State Bank.
Jenny & Landon Hanlin
Lone Wolf, OK
Maggie was the sweetest lady. When we lived a few houses down from her she welcomed us with zucchini bread and was always smiling. I will miss seeing her every week when she'd come pick up her newspaper. She was a great woman!
Clitha kilbourne
Hobart, OK
Love you and will miss you .
Charles Bickford
Hobart, OK
A great Bearcat fan and a kind lady. You are missed. R I P.
The McCannon Girls
hobart, OK
Maggie was a very special lady in our lives. always there for us . Always there with a loaf of bread , at a ballgame , at church handing out pamphlet to every one?? She will truly be missed . Love you you will make heaven a better place
Carly Barnes
Hobart, OK
She was a sweet lady. She would always speak to me in church. Heaven gained a great angel. Going to miss her in church
Ruth Moore
Oklahoma City, OK
Thanking God for the gift of Maggie in our lives.  She was a treasured friend and always offered a smile and encouragement ~ even when she was not feeling her best.  The world is a better place because of her life.  Prayers all around her family.
Sam and Ann clark
Gatesville, TX
To all of Maggie's family and loved
ones, she will be greatly missed. Heaven has taken another angel home. May she rest in peace.
Sam and Ann Clark
Gatesville, Tx
Bobby Osmond
Gotebo, OK
Maggie was a very special person and will be missed. RIP Maggie!
James Barnes
Maggie was a wonderful lady the world needs more women like her the world would be a better place
Tommie and Cathye Davis
Lubbock, TX
We love you and will miss you
Dorothy Drake
Oklahomna City, OK
R.I.P. Maggie I have always loved you
Donnie M Smith
Hobart, OK
Maggie was the sweetest,kindest lady I have ever know..she loved all.she will truly be missed
Vicki Clark
Manhattan, KS
Aunt Maggie you have been a God Sent Gift to me.  You have been in my life the day I was born and my years as a kid growing up in Hobart, Oklahoma.  As an adult I gained so much wisdom from you and because of this wisdom; the choices I have made , has made all the differences in how I have lived my life for 67 years on this earth. I Love You Dearly Aunt Maggie.  Vicki Jayne
Deanna Davis Pinkham
Colonia, NJ
Aunt Maggie you are so loved in NJ! I started writing you letters when I was a little girl and have loved being pen pals for a lifetime! You always sent me homemade fudge and peanut brittle when I was away at college in PA and the kids in the dorm loved it! My summers spent in Hobart always included fun at the pools and runs to Pizza Hut which was not on the East Coast. I remember you sent me a pack of a "new" candy called Pop Rocks. When I told you that my friends and I loved them, an ENTIRE CASE was soon sent to me! I have endless WONDERFUL MEMORIES OF YOU AUNT MAGGIE. I am so blessed to have had you in my life. Since I will not receive letters from you anymore, will you please be my Guardian Angel from heaven? I love you...
Robert Pinkham
Colonia, NJ
Aunt Maggie,
I am so blessed to have known you. You were a terrific person with a heart of gold. Always having a smile on your face and a kind word. We enjoyed your visits to NJ so much. And I will never forget our trip out to Oklahoma (my first). You showed us things that we never would have seen here. You were a very special person Aunt Maggie, who will be missed so much. Be at peace Aunt Maggie. Love Bob
Dale & Leann Kastner
Malawi, Africa, OK
Miss Maggie, thanks for your example of a servant heart. You did so many little things that made a big difference. You made sure attendance cards were in the pews and that children had small sheets of paper on which to write with sharpened pencils each Sunday morning. All the gifts of bread, cookies & smiles. Our hearts go out to your loved ones & your church family in Hobart. We will miss you when we come later this year, but we're looking forward to the family reunion we'll share in heaven one day. Until then, we're thankful for all of the things we have learned from you. Thank you for your life well lived in service to God.
J. R. Bock
Odessa, TX
So sorry to hear about my long time friend Maggie, we grew up close together,
just across the pasture on the farm, 2 miles North from the Con 8 gin.
A great Con 8 Community family.
Prayers for Thelma and the rest of the family and friends.
Love to all,
J. R. Bock
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