Candice Louise Walker

July 19, 1956 ‒ January 12, 2021

Centerburg, Ohio

Candice Louise Walker, age 64, of Centerburg, died peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at Countryview of Sunbury.  She worked in Accounts Payable for Commercial Vehicle Group.  Candy attended Kilbourne United Methodist Church and was a member of the VFW Post 8736 Sunbury Ladies Auxiliary and the FOE Aerie 3614 Sunbury.

Born July 19, 1956 in Delaware, Ohio to the late Irwin P. and Grace E. (Frazier) Freeman.  Candy was a loving, caring and funny person.  She enjoyed fishing, playing card games, dancing, penguins, quality time with family and friends and time away with her husband, often to Niagara Falls. Candy was most proud of her children and grand-children and would often say that they, “have her heart”.

In addition to her parents Candy was also preceded in death by a brother, Earl I. Freeman.  She is survived by her loving husband of nearly 25 years, Bill Walker; daughters, Heidi (Scott) Rice of Mt. Vernon and Nikie Walker of Johnstown; sisters, Joyce Caudill of Delaware, Theresa Miller of Florida, Loree Curren and Brenda (Jack) Monk all of Cardington; brother, John (Gerri) Freeman of Delaware; grandchildren, Skylar, Hayden and Kristen Rice, Timmy Walker; in-laws, Carol Walker and Mike Hubbard of Centerburg; brother-in-law, Bart (Leda) Walker of Centerburg.

Funeral Service will be held at 4 PM on Saturday, January 16, 2021 at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. State Route 61, (at SR 3), Sunbury where the family will be receiving friends from 2 PM until time of service.  Rev. Andy Freeman officiating. For those unable to attend the service will be live streamed at:  https://www.facebook.com/SunburySFH/

Contributions may be made to the ALS Association of Central Ohio, 1170 Old Henderson Road, Suite 221, Columbus, OH 43220 in Candy’s memory.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Walker family.  Please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com to share a memory or condolence with the family.

  • Uncle Bill, Heidi and Nikie ~
    We are lifting you all in prayer and are so sincerely sorry for the loss of Auntie Candy. She was such an amazing woman with so much love. When I think of her all I can see is that beautiful smile and hear her contagious laughter. She will be greatly missed.

    All Our Love~
    Tammy & Johnny

  • Candy was full of laughter. I remember spending the night, she would take me roller skating as a kid. I am so sorry! Praying comfort for all ! 🙏.

  • My sympathy and heartfelt condolences go out to Candy’s entire family. I took care of her in her last few months and grew to love her dearly. She will be missed beyond words. God bless you all. Fly high candy cane

  • My thoughts and prayers are for her today.
    Brian Tucker

    From the Commerical Vehicle Group AP team: A piece of our hearts will be warmed knowing she is in a good place, but also we will feel sad. We were the lucky ones to be allowed to spend time with her.

  • Oh the things I could write… So many things to laugh about like our song; “Disappointment Heartache, Come on Baby Don’t be late”. The time Delaware cops took you to jail and I was at the bottom of the stairs trying to talk to you while you were upstairs in a cell. The few times I got grounded because momna Grace was going to tell my mom if I didn’t. Living accross the square from you. I’m going to miss Happy Coloring with you. ‘Keep Dancing In The Sky’ girlfriend.
    Nancy D

  • Bill & Family…I’m so sorry for your loss. Candy was one in a million. She had the biggest heart of any one I know. And Bill she loved you so much and her love for the kids was undeniable. She loved with all she had in her. She was my Bestie for years and always will be. May God give you all the peace you need to get thru your time if sorrow. I love you all. .Auntie Ula

  • Heidi… your mom was one of the most beautiful person I knew. She was a character for sure. We were always getting into trouble one way or another but we sure had fun. Especially the cake fight at your birthday. She was Beautiful .Her laugh was so amazing. She was an amazing Bestie to me. I loved her for just being her. And she gave me a beautiful God daughter just like her in so many ways…May God wrap you up in his arms and help you thru and give you the peace in your heart you need…sending Prayers hugs and love ..Auntie Ula

  • To Bill, Heidi and Candy’s many friends and loved ones …..
    So sorry for your loss. May the Peace of God that passes all understanding Bless and comfort you … Candy was, and always will be to those who knew her, a special and devoted friend. The world is a much more empty place with her passing. My heartfelt thoughts, prayers and Blessings are with you all.

  • Bill and Family: We were so sorry upon hearing of the loss of Candy. Although I only met her a few times, she was a fun and beautiful person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  • The world is a darker place without Candy in it. She was such a bright light to anyone around. My heart is breaking for your loss. I treasure the times we spent together and pray for comfort and peace for you all in the days to come.

  • Candy was one of the sweetest people with a big smile all the time and always kind.The world lost a good one prayers to Bill and family.I hope she’s singing her country music and dance if

  • Extra extra prayers for the family. I will always have such fond memories of my aunt candy when she used to babysit us and her love for pepperoni. She will be dearly missed. She was one great woman,.mother,aunt,sister, friend,wife, singer you name it….that was her. I’m sorry I could not be there with everyone. May Candy rest in peace. Love to all, Trayci

  • Bill. I’m so sorry for your Loss Buddy, my Condolences and Prayers are with you and Family. may God be with you all

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