Aubry Ann Walker was born June 12, 1982 in Claremore the daughter of Charles Anthony and Sherry Lea (Teague) Walker. She passed from this life on Sunday, February 18, 2019 in Tulsa at the age of 36 years.
Her survivors include her 3 sons, Tempest, Anthony and Weston; 2 daughters, Onyx and Avril; parents, Chuck and Sherry Walker of Proctor; grandfather, Joe Teague and wife, Pat of Catoosa; brothers, Michael Harris-Arzon and husband, Danny of Florida; Steve Walker and wife, Sherri of Tulsa and Sean Walker and wife, Kayla Ramey of Tulsa; sister, Andrea Walker of Tulsa; 12 nieces and nephews; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends.
A memorial service celebrating Aubry’s life is scheduled for 11:00 am, Saturday, March 2nd, at Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church, 4102 E. 61st St., Tulsa, OK 74136.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Women in Recovery (a program of Family and Children's Services and the George Kaiser Family Foundation.) http://fcsok.convio.net/donate
Arrangements are under the direction of Heath-Griffith Funeral Home and an online guestbook is available by visiting www.heathgriffithfuneralhome.com.
I met Aubrey 20 years ago. She was a kind hearted person, one who would always bring you a gift after not seeing you for a while or the type of person that would make her hungry friends homemade pancakes or spaghetti and meatballs. Aubrey was also a very crafty girl. I remember going to get house one time and she had made this huge Christmas tree that hung flat against the wall, it was beautiful. I kept commenting on how pretty it was and finally asked where she got it and she said I made it out of metal hangers and tensil and then put some Christmas lights on it. The way she said it, like what she'd done wasn't that hard. That seems like such a long time ago but the memories we shared from that time on our lives are still fresh. There's one more memory I'd like to share. We were probably around 16 and wer were board so wer decided to walk to Woodward park, well on the way a beautiful cherry red mustang went by and we both said something about it which led us to this little game that we'd name of the cars we knew (at this time I was thinking, man I'm sure I know cars better than her) so we were walking and naming cars and then we passed by a sonic that just so happened to be having an old car show. I could name several of the manufacturer and model but Aubrey named ones I had never even heard of, finally I asked, are you just making this stuff up and she smiled and grabbed my hand and said, come on. So we crossed the street and she went right up to these guys and started talking cars with them. It blew my mind and probably the guys that were the too all the information/ knowledge she had about these cars. We shared many interests, we shared many memories, we shared many laughs and even lots of tears. Aubrey was special, she was a beautiful soul. I am grateful I got to spend the times I did with her. She will be dearly missed.
MichelleSand Springs, OK
She was both a sunray and a moonbeam. A wildflower in a windswept pasture. She was a loyal, loving, considerate, warm friend. And I will never forget her.
Heather PalmerTulsa, OK
My heartfelt sympathy to the Family. May you find comfort in God's word at Acts 24:15, a promise from our loving creator, Jehovah. Soon death will be no more, according to Rev.21:4. My thoughts and prayer are with you. Sincerely, D. White
Dana WhiteOkc, OK
To the Family, so sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Aubry has the prospect of being resurrected, healthy (in the flesh), to Paradise Earth just as Jehovah God has promised. In fact , the vast majority will enjoy everlasting life right here on earth as God had intended from the beginning. God's Kingdom will do this under the rule of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15,Psalms 37:29,Matthew 6:9,10, Matthew 5:5 and Revelation 21:2-4 Go To: JW.ORG