Susan Darlene Walker
October 3, 1958 – January 9, 2022
Susan “Darlene” Walker, age 63, gained her wings on Sunday, January 9, 2022.
Darlene is survived by her father, Alexander Walker, of Chesterfield Va; mother, Jean Stevenson, of Hopewell Va; sisters, Debra Bottoms (Terry), Donna Sodano, and Robin Anthony; brother, Richard Avery (Kimmie); aunts, Patsy Humpfrey and Linda Deal; as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
Darlene was born on October 3, 958 in Hopewell, Va, to her parents, Alexander Walker and Francis Jean Duck.
Darlene was a social butterfly who was an active member of the VFW Auxiliary Post 637, American Legion Post 146, FOE882, and Hopewell Moose lodge 1472. She loved supporting her veterans, and spending time with her friends or at the beach. She enjoyed crafting, making jewelry, music, dancing, fishing, and building things with her own hands. Her family and friends will always remember her as a strong, independent, fun, creative, and outgoing person.
A Celebration of Life will be held, where family and friends will gather to celebrate the life she lived. Date and location to be announced at a later date.
Rest in eternal light sweet Darlene
You are so missed! R.I.P. my friend! Love & prayers for your family.
You will be deeply missed Darlene, I enjoyed working with you, RIP my friend.
We never got the chance to meet but I heard nothing but great things about you Darlene. We got to speak a couple of times on the phone when I first started at BBG. You were always nice to me and helpful! R.I.P. My prayers are with her family & friends!
Darlene and I came to Capital Granite at the same time we have had our good times and bad times , but more good than bad, I will miss you old girl rest in peace and see you on the other side
Beautiful lady, sweet spirit. Will be remembered as a true friend to everyone.
Wonderful lady with a great personality that will be truly missed R.I.P. my friend 🙏❤️🙏
I meet her about 12 years Ago she was our fire watch at itac rest in peace
Darlene u were one of a kind a super loving person I will never forget you girl you will be missed by so many you left us way to soon fly high on that mountain ride that wave my friend 😥💔❤
Darlene, you are greatly missed and you are leaving behind some lasting, happy memories. Each time I answer the phone, I think about you and I having a good laugh about our voicemails. That still makes me smile every day. Thank you for spreading so much light in this world.
I am so sorry to hear about Darlene she was a dear friend missing her here in Virginia Beach
I just found out that we lost Darlene and am very sad for the news. We were friends in Jr. High and fell out of touch until reconnecting around a High School reunion a few years ago. I remember her for her smile, friendliness, and sense of independence. I can only imagine she was a steady and loyal friend and mourn with those that were close to her.