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Miss Me But Let Me Go

Miss Me But Let Me Go


When I come to the end of the road
And the sun has set for me
I want no rites in a gloom-filled room
Why cry for a soul set free?

Miss me a little-but not too long


And not with your head bowed low
Remember the love that we once shared
Miss me-but let me go
In Loving Memory
For this is a journey that we all must take
And each must go alone.
It's all part of the Master's plan
A step on the road to home

When you are lonely and sick of heart


Go to the friends we know
And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds
Miss me but let me go.

Pallbearers
Brandon Moore Damon Linder Patryck Douglas
Reginald Harrison Roy Barwick

Acknowledgements:
The family wishes to acknowledge with deep appreciation the many Leon W. Walton
expressions of love, concern and kindness shown to them
during this hour of bereavement. Service
May God Bless and Keep You! Friday, November 3, 2017 11:00 a.m.
The Walton Family Lincoln Heights Missionary Baptist Church
9991 Wayne Avenue
Woodlawn, Ohio 45215
Dr. Elliott Cuff, Officiating

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Life Reflection
Order of Service Leon W. Walton, 81, transitioned to be with the Lord on Friday, October 27 at
Burlington House. Leon was born July 10, 1936 in Birmingham, Alabama to
late Reginald and Mamie Walton.
Organ Prelude...................................................................Musician
Leon committed his life to Christ at an early age while attending Groveland
Parting View..................................................................The Family Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.

Scripture Reading...................................CaShaun Bolden-Barwick Leon attended A.H. Parker High School and was drafted to the United States
Army in 1954. He later met and married Eliza Davis on April 5, 1958. God
PSALMS 23 blessed their union with two children, Roger and Yvonne. After moving the
family to Cincinnati in 1969, Leon found work as a machinist at Liebel-
JOHN 14:1 Flarsheim. He was responsible for operating the drill press and eventually was
promoted to a foreman position. After 30 years of service, he retired in 2002.
Prayer.................................................................................Minister
In his leisure time, Leon loved to work with his hands. He loved building and
Selection Angels Watching Over Me..................Joyce Robinson fixing things around the house or repairing cars. Fondly named The Mayor of
Edgemont by neighbors, Leon was devoted to keeping the lawn of his home
Obituary......................................................................Read Silently and surrounding houses manicured. When not in the yard or fixing something,
he would be either listening to jazz or watching Real Western Movies where
the cowboys never lost their hats. He also enjoyed bowling and often
Acknowledgements, participated in the company bowling league.
Cards & Condolences............Gabrielle Okojie (Great-Granddaughter) Leon joined Lincoln Heights Missionary Baptist Church in the early 1990s
where he served on the Usher Board. He faithfully attended early morning
Remarks.....................................Open for Friends/Family to Speak service until his health no longer allowed him to participate.

Selection Never Would Have Made It................Joyce Robinson Leon leaves to celebrate his life: his wife, Eliza Walton; daughter, Yvonne
Walton-Brewster; son-in-law, John Brewster; daughter-in-law, Joyce White-
Eulogy......................................................................Dr. Elliott Cuff Walton; god-daughter, Wray (Dwayne) Jones; grandchildren, Reginald Fletcher,
Deon (Tanya) Mack, Sherita (Reginald) Harrison, Demica Mack, Tynesha Tavis,
Benediction..............................................................Dr. Elliott Cuff CaShaun (Roy) Bolden-Barwick, and Brandon Moore; 11 great-grandchildren,
and a host of special family and friends.
Recessional...........................................Clergy, Pallbearers, Family

Interment
Oak Hill Cemetery
Cincinnati, Ohio