Jeffrey L. Walters

Born: Mon., Jul. 24, 1961
Died: Sat., Mar. 6, 2021


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Jeffrey L. Walters, 59, of Warren, Pa,. passed away Saturday March 6, 2021, at Warren General Hospital after a long courageous battle with cancer. Jeffrey was born in Freeport, Pa., to the late James and Clarabel Cooper Walters. He was a 1979 graduate of Warren Area High School. Jeff made his career for 27 years in the U.S. Air Force where he was a Tech Sgt. He spent years in Guam, Korea, and 3 tours in Afghanistan. He was a true patriot. He was a part of the AMMO, the munitions group, where he worked in the Air Force. Jeff enjoyed high-tech and photography, and upon retirement he worked for Career Link placing veterans in jobs. He is survived by a sister, Cindy Walters, of Phillipsburg, New Jersey; a brother, Mike Walters of Saint Augustine, Florida; his companion Meegan Peterson of Warren, Pa; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by a sister Susan Walters; and two brothers, David and Donald Walters. A graveside memorial will be announced at a later date. The family suggest memorial donations be made to the Warren Cancer Center, 2 Crescent park Warren, Pa 16365.

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Marc Sears
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Rip Brother. You were the man! Great times in Korea 83-84, 87-88. IYAAYAS

John "JD" Duris
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Rest In Peace my AMMO brother. We had a great time hanging out at your house in Guam when both of our wives were pretty much vacant in the evenings. Great conversation and great music. Thanks for selling me that Toyota Tercel. I thought you were gonna' beat this demon again, but God had other plans for you. Thoughts of you bring very fond memories. You will be missed for now my brother...save me a spot. JD

Guy Shiraki
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Rest easy Jeff. It was a pleasure knowing you my Ammo brother.

Lee Middleton
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Go easy Brother - you may be gone but you lived on in the Ammo stories. RIP

Ben George
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Well Brother your in a better place now. Keep a seat saved for me . It's been a pleasure working, partying, busting on each other and at the end of the day we were friends AMMO has missed a amazing troop but you will not be forgot my friend. See ya around Ben.

Rich Enroth
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Rest In Peace Jeff, you will be missed. You are in a much better place now and your pain is gone but your memory will live on in those of us that were lucky enough to call you our friend. Thanks for the great memories.

Ray Daniels
   Posted Sat March 13, 2021
Rest easy AMMO Brother.

Greg Pytlewski
   Posted Sat March 13, 2021
RIP my Brother, and my friend. We had many good times together in korea and in florida. You were always a fighter in life. Many good memories of all the times we shared in life. When you contacted me and told me about some of the other guys out there ,I wanted to see you all. But I knew you were battling things with your health. God has a plan for you. Your not forgotten. My god watch over you and your family. Your all in my prayers.

Ski from Chicago. Miss you brother and God bless your soul.

Susi Wittlief
   Posted Sat March 13, 2021
Jeff was a great man! He was one of my first supervisors in the Air Force. He was kind, super funny, caring, super funny, and a great friend! He was a rock and inspired me always! He served his country with love and honor! All my love to his family...he had a special love for his nephew and niece (and her littles). Talk about him often and the joy he brought to your lives. He brought joy to mine! Love him and miss him!

MARK HAGELIN
   Posted Sat March 13, 2021
Jeff,
Rest well...know you will not be forgotten. We share many good memories of Florida and Korea. AMMO!
-Stretch

Paul E. Brown
   Posted Sun March 14, 2021
Thoughts and Prayers......

Patrick Fox
   Posted Sun March 14, 2021
Jeff, we spent many evenings sipping a cold one while stationed in Korea. Work hard - play hard. Back home we kept in touch via FB and poked each other in the eye a few times about life events, but we always remained good friends. Sorry to see you leave us. You fought a hard and courageous battle. I will miss you my friend. God bless you brother. May the Lord comfort your family who must miss you terribly as well. We'll see each other again one day. AMMO!

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