DOROTHY LEE CLARK WALKER
Dorothy Lee Clark Walker was born in Belhaven, North Carolina to her late mother Helen Beatrice Clark and Charlie Clark, Sr.
On Monday, January 4, 2021 at 6:02 AM in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Dorothy was called home to be with the Lord while surrounded by family.
Dorothy (Dot) married William K. Walker on July 5, 1996 in Harlem, NY. Later they would move to Allentown where they would call home.
Dorothy was a loving mother, wife, sister and aunt to her family.
Dorothy (Dot) was the life of the party. She loved cooking her soul food and also dancing to her favorites: Gladys Knight (one of her favorites), Salt & Pepper (Push It). She also made the best fried chicken and cherry red kool-aid ever.
She was loved by everyone – always smiling, always happy. She also loved working at her job at Allen Industries where she worked housekeeping from October 2, 2018 until December 28, 2020.
She was our angel here on earth. She will be forever in our hearts.
Dorothy leaves to cherish her memory her husband, William, aka Kirk, also her children, Monique, Kenyetta, Shabaya, Shameka, Steven, Kareem, Jamal, Quandel, step-daughter Amaya; daughter in law Stephanie 7 grandsons Shawn, Tyrek, Xavier, Shamorey, Corey, Elijah, Silvio, and Zhair; 1 great-grandson Jaylen; God children Sophia, Selena, Kennetha and Tiffany and deceased children Shawn and Shakira, 2 brothers – Jefferson and Timothy, 6 sisters –Laura, Shirley, Denise, Antionette, Brenda, Sandra and her sister in law Gail. Preceded her in death – Wilbert, Bertha, Mary, Oscar, Charlie, Kathleen, George, Gloria, Vincent, Anthony Georgetta, with a host of nieces and nephews and friends.
Obituary written by Shameka Clark
Private services with the immediate family will be held on Friday January 15th, 2021 at 12:30 pm, in the Funeral Home. A public visitation will precede services at 11 am. During the visitation, guests are permitted to walk through the funeral home to pay respects, before departing to keep with COVID-19 regulations for service. Masks and social distancing will be enforced.
Burial will follow services in Greenwood Cemetery.
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