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Lee Alan Walker

July 25, 1954 ~ August 1, 2021 (age 67)


Lee Alan Walker was called to glory to be with his lord and savior August 1, 2021.

Lee Alan was the beloved son of the late Nathaniel Walker and Bertha L Walker-Dixon (Neely) born on July 25 of 1954.

Lee Alan practiced the Christian faith throughout his life. He found joy of being able to share and spiritually guide his children and grandchildren with weekly Bible studies, teaching them the word of his Lord and Savior. Showing them how to use the word of God to stand strong in their own faith and beliefs.

Lee Alan attended schools in the Cleveland public school district. And because of his love for all sports, he participated in as many as he could, Winning quite a few medals and trophies along the way. All of them representing his competitive dominance and athletic abilities. However, teaching Lee Alan, was not an easy task! At a young age he always had the desire to learn but only on his own terms. Though Lee may have had many ups and downs through his life even through all the controversy he still managed to earn his GED as well as his associates and bachelor's degrees from Marion technical college, showing his intelligence, determination and perseverance.

Lee Alan maintained many jobs throughout his life, but his all-time passion was being able to help others through the community outreach program "black focus". While continuing on his life's path's, in his later years while living in Cincinnati, Lee became one of the head chefs for the Cincinnati Bengals Football stadium. Finally getting the stage he wanted to show off his cooking talents, he was always bragging about. Although, eventually making the sacrifice to leave the job he enjoyed so much. Returning to the Cleveland area in order to once again be closer to his family, in which trying to support and guide them was his life's work.

In his final years of his life, God continued finding ways to work through Lee Alan. With today's advances in technology, Lee was able to find a way to accomplish one of his last callings from God. He was able through YouTube and Podcasting, to start a YouTube channel. Lee quickly grew an extended podcast family in which he was able to share his knowledge, wisdom, experience, and spiritual guidance with. Lessons that his family had been able to benefit from for years. Now, not just them but many of God's other children around the world (that he would've never been able to cross paths with or meet in this lifetime) would also be able to have his seeds of knowledge and love sown in them and hopefully grow and make a change. Also, through this technology came the unforeseen blessing of Lee's lessons and voice being digitally enshrined forever for his family to always be able to get knowledge and guidance from. Giving his lessons and words a sense of immortality just like the spirit God gave him.

Lee Alan Walker grew to become a great loving, powerful spirit of God during his walk of life while on this earth, leaving his loving touch wherever he went. To anyone who knew Lee they knew his number one passion in life was spending time with his family. Whether it be playing Mr. DJ while singing along or dancing at all his family gatherings, or catch him just sitting around the meals laughing, telling jokes, and family stories. When God called him to do nothing else you could find him sitting around petting and playing with his best friend and companion the family dog Bo or just trying to live his best life with his "Rappy" (his ride or die) Roxie.

Preceding Lee Alan in death was his grandmother Ozella Sheppard, his father Nathaniel Walker, mother Bertha L Walker - Dixon (Neely), his brothers Charles, Anthony, Eugene, and Joseph, his sisters Madelyn Marie and Marie Madelyn. And the family dog Bo.

Lee Alan leaves to cherish his legacy, his significant other Roxie Smith, his son's Orando and Andre Harris, his daughters Nakisha (Steven)Witherspoon and Belinda smith.
Grandchildren, Nautyca, ShaunDrea, Jae'Lyse, Cynea, Steven Jr, Andre, Elisha, Jae'Nya, Ellis Jr, Camren, Kyrie, D'aria, Avianna, and Brieon; sister Mary Davis, brothers Clarence,Reginald, and Lloyd Walker. His loving friend Nathalie Jones and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

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Funeral Service
August 14, 2021

12:30 PM
Watson's Funeral Home
10913 Superior Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44106

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