Died: Mon., Jul. 21, 2014


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Sat., Jul. 26, 2014

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Sat., Jul. 26, 2014

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Rozella Lomax Walker was born on November 15, 1913 in Waverly, Johnson County, Tennessee.  She was the daughter of William Henry Harrison Lomax and Lena Rhodes Lomax.  There she spent her formative years and completed her primary and secondary education.  At an early age she professed a belief in Christ and she was baptized.  She became  a member of the Saulters Chapel A.M.E. Church in Waverly.

                  In 1935, Rozella was joined in Holy Matrimony with John Lee Walker.  They were blessed with a daughter, Patricia and a son, Larry. Their union spanned over sixty years and they were separated only by his death on May 25, 1990.

the Walker’s moved to Indianapolis, Indiana.  Rozella  joined the fellowship of Simpson Methodist Church, now known as University United Methodist Church.  She dearly loved her church and served faithfully.

Rozella  was a dearly devoted wife, mother and grandparent.  She cherished time spent with her progeny and loved ones.  Her legacy of love will always be remembered.

Rozella Lomax Walker departed this earthly life on Monday, July 21, 2014 at the age of one hundred years eight months and six days.  She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Ollie Lomax, Virginia Lomax and Gladys Porter and brothers, Lawrence Lomax, Albert Lomax, William Henry Harrison “Hank” Lomax, Jr., James Lomax and Richard Lomax.

She leaves to cherish her memory her daughter, Patricia A. Carter; son, Dr. Larry G. Walker (Margaret); grandchildren, Larry G. Walker, Jr. (Robin), Suzin L. Walker, Jill A. Carter, Thomas E. Carter, Jr. (Diane), Michael T. Walker (Mary Ann) and John T. Carter; ten great grandchildren; sister, Esther Bell Carr, four generations of nieces and nephews, other relatives, the University United Methodist Church family and many friends.


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Dianne Carter ( Thomas Carter ) and the Drawhorn Family
   Posted Thu July 24, 2014
The entire Carter Family are in my prayers. I love you all - Dianne/Thomas Carter. Sorry I couldnt be there but you are in my and my Family's prayers.

Robyn Walker
   Posted Sat July 26, 2014
To Our Walker Family:
We embrace the memory of Grandma's Loving charm. Thank You God for gracing our lives with such an Awesome personality! We are comforted by the memory of her laughter. What an awesome Legacy of vibrance and enthusiasm! We send all our Love.
The Texas Walkers,
Robyn, Charonne, Nadia, Lark, Krysten, Dominique and Phoenix.

Kari Berger Jahr
   Posted Sat July 26, 2014
I am Rozella's friend down the hall in the D-wing at Crestwood. We had so many good visits and discussions, and there was one particular event that had us laughing together time and again. I will only say that it involved the words, "Well, hello there!" The rest will be between Rozella and me!!! I will miss her gentle and dignified ways of being, and consider her one of my role models.


-- Kari

Albert Reeves
   Posted Sat August 02, 2014
As a friend to the family, I will miss the chance to visit with Mrs. Walker on my trips to Indianapolis. She was one of the few seniors who gave you the opportunity to express your thoughts. I wish the best for the many family members she left behind. Thanks for the great conversations she and I had.

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