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Willard was a member of many professional societies; they included American Society for Ethnohistory, Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas and the Southern Anthropology Society. He was also a member of the Canaan Grange No. 239 for over 50 years.
Willard was a very endavourers and accomplished man, who was never boastful. in general linguistics and minored in cultural anthropology, Slavic linguistics in 1964. veteran.
His passions in life were his tree farm and anthropology.
United States as well as Germany, and his writings were mainly on the Indian culture and language. He worked with various Indian tribes throughout his lifetime.
Willard will be fondly remembered as a kind and generous man who will always be loved.
Willard is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 56 years, C. Pealine "Perch" Walker of Canaan; his two Zanotti Women
Willard married C. Pearline (Large) Walker on Oct. 18, 1952, in Tucson, Ariz. They moved to Maine in 1953 and bought a farm in Canaan, now Jimmy Choo Neon Pink Pumps
Willard enjoyed his tree farm in Canaan, which he had for over 50 years; in 2004, he and his son, Christopher, were awarded "Outstanding Tree Farm" by the State of Maine.
sons, Christopher "Tad" Walker and wife, Karen, of Canaan and Andrew "Skeet" Walker of Connecticut; his two granddaughters, Sarah and Victoria Walker; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, and a very special friend, James Sarbough of Connecticut.
Willard "Bill" B. Walker, 82, beloved husband, father and grandfather passed away on May 23, 2009 at Redington Fairview General Hospital, Skowhegan, Maine, with his loving family by his side. and Helen F. (Brewer) Walker, and was raised in Hingham, Mass.
Willard became a professor in 1960 and began his life's teaching career at Cornell University, and then proceeded to teach at Wesleyan University, Colby College and Bacone College. He retired from his teaching career in 1990 at Wesleyan University; there he served the positions of professor, acting chairman and chairman for the department of anthropology and the linguistics program.
known as Battle Ridge Tree Farm; they stayed untill 1959 and then moved so he could attend Cornell University. He and his family continued to spend summers at the farm in Canaan.
He was predeceased by his sister, Frances Walker, and granddaughter, Kathryn Brewer Walker.
He worked at various field researches from 1952 to 1971 and countless writings from 1965 untill his passing; these writings were published in the Jimmy Choo Shoes Bridal
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In his spare time, he enjoyed traveling extensively with his wife, working on the tree farm, teaching, researching, playing games with his granddaughters, being with his friends, talking with people and playing with his dogs.
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