September 20, 1950 ~ May 11, 2023

Born in: Corpus Christi, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio , Texas

Diana Marie Walker was born September 20, 1950, as the eldest of four children to the late Joseph Kelley and the late Fannie M. Kelley in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Diana departed this life on May 11, 2023, at 5:54 P.M. at University Hospital in San Antonio, TX surrounded by her devoted husband, Carl, loving son, Ty, daughter-in-law, Keisha, and with an outpouring of love from family and friends.

Diana graduated from Roy Miller High School in Corpus Christi in 1969. After graduation she moved to San Antonio, TX. As entrepreneurship was foundational in her family, she started a very successful home and office cleaning business, which she still serviced at the time of her passing. In 1971, she met the love of her life, Carl Walker, and they wed on August 5, 1972. Their union lasted for over 51 years. From their union came Diana’s pride and joy, her son, Ty Walker.

Diana dedicated her life to Jehovah God and served him faithfully for over 45 years. Diana’s other love and priority was her family. She greatly loved her husband, son, daughter in law and her two grandchildren, Kallie and Caden.

Diana leaves behind her husband (Carl), son (TY), daughter in law (Keisha), 2 grandchildren (Kallie and Caden), 2 brothers, 1 sister (Barbara Miller), 2 stepsisters, her best friends (Leticia R., Delores D., Barbara M., H. Cox, Patricia G., a host of nieces, nephews, extended family, friends, and congregation members. Diana will be missed beyond measure but will live forever in our hearts and memories.


Visitation: May 26, 2023 5:00 - 8:00 pm

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States


Memorial Service: May 27, 2023 6:00 - 7:00 pm

Central English Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
731 Pleasanton Road
San Antonio , TX United States


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  1. To the Walker family,
    We mourn while you mourn and grieve while you grieve. Jehovah gave us a spiritual family to care and comfort each other during disheartening times like this. We await the time until his Son our King awakens your dear wife and our Sister Walker from her very temporary rest. With Our sincere condolences to you Brother Karl, your Son and family.
    Bill & Patrice Walker (Helotes congregation)

  2. To Walker family,
    Don’t think that this is a road you are venturing alone. As diffcult as these time are, we can take comfot in knowing that Jehovah has a plan to resolve situation such as this. We are here to help you, Ty and the family through these terrible time.
    Our deepest sympathy in the loss of you love one.
    The Alexander’s : Theo, Marcus, Keith & Laura

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