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Mitchell Andrew Walker

June 1, 1983 - October 30, 2020


It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Mitchell Andrew Walker on October 30th, 2020. Mitchell was born on June 1st, 1983 in White Rock and is survived by his mother Judy Fogg of Anaconda, Montana, his father Tim Walker and his Stepmother Lorene Brandys of Naramata, BC , brother Kyle Walker, stepbrother Connor Templeman and step sisters, Whitney Templeman and Crystal Keller. Mitchell worked most of his life as a delivery truck driver and in warehousing work and often had a second job to keep up. If you knew Mitchell you remember his big smile and his kind and generous manner. Because he was a person of faith and because it was his nature to want to help others he was quick to agree to help if needed.

He touched many people around him because of his kind nature and his willingness to help anyone. Everyone who spent time with Mitchell knew of his great sense of humor and that big smile. Mitchell loved camping, golf, snowboarding, his plants, a good meal and maybe most of all a Timmy’s coffee. His happiest moments were sitting with friends having a cold one or a coffee and just being with people he loved, maybe around a campfire. Mitchell often related to people who were struggling and that was because he had many struggles himself overcoming many personal challenges with drugs and depression. One of his accomplishments was going back to get his high school diploma ten years after leaving school. A Celebration of Life will be held likely in spring 2021 pending the Covid situation and in lieu of flowers if you are able please donate to BC Mental Health and Substance Abuse


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From: Rick Romain

I did not know Mitchell or your family. I live in Toronto. It was by happenstance that I came across Mitchell’s obituary. I want to thank you for such honesty in the obituary whereby you indicate that Mitchell struggled with depression and addiction. Too many people are ashamed to mention that causes that contributed to their loved ones death when addiction is included. Too many young people like Mitchell are afflicted with this disease. It is a disease and nothing to be ashamed of. it like no different than cancer – it is an illness that is so difficult to surmount. Mitchell had a caring and loving family who obviously understood the ravages of addiction. There is an addiction pandemic in this Country and sadly Mitchell was stricken with that disease. My condolences to all of you and may Mitchell now rest in peace.

From: Mike Mossop

Mitch known you for years I think we met grade 7. Had a blast camping fishing burning stuff. Thinking of when we went fishing under that train bridge in the boat. Got boring all the fish we were catching then that stupid seal ate that spring you had on. Many great memory’s with you.
I’ll never forget you my friend.

From: gary graham

mitch you are one of my best friends we had lots of good times even when we were kids riding our bikes around langley love ya bro gona miss ya RIP 

From: gary graham

rip mitch love ya bro

From: Eric berg

Aw man, mitch been a minute since we hung out. Sharing our crazy sense of humor on messenger always kept us in touch. My little homie, always had a timmys in your handlol We had some good times my old friend, back in the newton days w colin lol you ll always be in my thoughts. Until we sesh next RIP man ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

From: Rick Nelson

On behalf of my family I would like to extend our condolences on your great loss. We were fortunate to meet Mitchell briefly at our family reunion in Saskatchewan and remembered his kind and pleasant manner. Our thoughts are with your family as you deal with the loss of Mitchell during these tough times.
Love Rick, Debbie and Kyla

From: Tim Walker

Thank you Rick, that was a very nice memory you shared.

From: Tim Walker

Thank you for those kind comments Rick.

From: Kathleen Gaitt

I just read Mitchell’s obituary in the Langley newspaper. Your paragraph about his compassion for others who had struggles and his accomplishment in returning to get his high school diploma after so many years, was very moving .The things that brought him happiness were simple pleasures. Kindness is so important and I’m sure he made a difference to many. I often think of the Mitchell’s of this world struggling with their illness…..good people, loved by family and friends and gone too soon. Please accept my condolences.

From: Tim Walker

Thank you Kathleen!

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