Stephen Maxwell Walker, age 73 of Roswell, Georgia died November 17, 2010. He was preceded in death by his wife Stella Walker. Mr. Walker was a member of Roswell Masonic Lodge #165, Yaarab Shrine and member of the Potentate?s Escort. He is survived by daughter, Stephanie Collins and husband Jason, Stone Mountain, two grandchildren Mary Carlisle Collins and Walker Gene Collins, Stone Mountain, friend, Elisabeth Crotzer, Roswell. Funeral services will be held Friday November 19, 2010 at 11:00 am at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel with John Woody officiating. Burial Floral Hills Memory Gardens. The Family will receive friends Thursday November 18th from 6:00 until 8:00 pm at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Yaarab Shrine Hospital Fund 400 Ponce De Leon Ave. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30308. Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel 770-469-9811. Express condolences and

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  1. Stephanie, I just wanted to tell you how sorry I was to hear about your dad.

    I’ll always remember the great times we all had in Pleasant Grove years ago.

    You & your family are in our prayers.



  2. Walker Family and Friends,

    Most of you will not know me. My name is Jay Hardie, I had the incrediable opportunity to know and work with Steve. We worked together for about 13 years. Steve was always an optimist when dealing with life, business, and always there to listen when I needed someone to talk to. I personally would like to extend my condolences to the family. Steve will be missed but not forgotten!


    Jay Hardie
    MJMedical, Inc.

  3. I have had the pleasure of working with Steve during his time at cardiac rehab. He always had a smile or laugh and a positive word despite his health struggles. He is a great example of a person who was a partner in his health care and lived life to the fullest until the end. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Susan and all of Steve’s cardiac rehab buddies

  4. My name is Cheryl Speights and I had the pleasure of being Steve’s manager at Belimed, Inc. I loved working with Steve. I would tease him about turning his hearing aid off because he never heard the word no. He was the kindest, most upbeat and generous person I have ever worked with and I cannot express how sorry I am to hear of his passing. I enjoyed many dinners with Steve and Lisa and I am blessed just by having known him. He made a difference in so many lives and will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

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