Rev. Deborah  Walker

Obituary of Rev. Deborah Walker

Deborah   Bernett   “Super”   Walker   was   born   on   January   30,   1955   to   the   Rev.  Luther   L.   Walker,   Jr. and   the   late   Alice   M.   Fields   Walker.


Reverend Walker  received her  Angel  Wings on October 16, 2017 at the family home in Middletown, DE.


Deborah   was   afftectionately   known   as:   Super,   Rev.   Super,   &   Mouse,   received   her   early education   at   Louis   L.   Redding   School   in   Middletown,   DE   and   graduated   from   Middletown   High School   on   June   6,   1973.      She   pursued her   Associates   Degree in Human   Services   at Delaware Technical   Community   College   and   went   on   to   get   her   Bachelors   in 1995  and Masters  in  Human Services   at   Springfield   College   in   1998.


Super was   employed   at   Hercules   before   becoming   a   fulltime   employee   of   Dupont until   her   retirement   on   June   8,   2001,   rendering   25   years   of   service. Deborah’s   additional   work   experience   included;   New   Beginnings,   Bethesda   Child   Development Center   and   the   Delaware   Department   of   Corrections   where   she   was   a   certified   Drug   and Alcohol   Couselor.  She   also   served   on   the   Appoquinmink   School   Board   from   July   1990-   June 1992.


Deborah   began   her   Christian   journey   as   a   child   at   Trinity   A.M.E. Church   in   Middletown,   DE.      Being   a   Preachers   Kid   “PK”   her   family   served   at   many   churches such   as:   Mt.   Olive,   Friendship/Blanco   Circuit,   St.   George,   Lewes   and  Emmanuel,   Hartly.Deborah   answered   the   call   to   Ministry   in   December   of   1992.    She   preached   her   Trial   Sermon   on December   29,   1996   at   Emmanuel   A.M.E.   Church,   Hartly,   and   her   sermon   topic   was:   “Will   the   Real Christian  Please   Stand   Up!”


Deborah was ordained as an Itinerant Deacon in April of 2000 at the seat of the   Delaware   Annual Conference. She later was reobligated as a Itinerant Deacon with   Local   Orders   under   Bishop Richard   Franklin   Norris. You   could always find Deborah   doing   what   she   loved   the   most   which   was   Street   Mnistry, Women   Ministry   and   yes...Minstry   of   Information.


Rev. Walker was   very   gifted.   She   wrote   poems   for   special   occassions   and   her   latest accomplishment   was   writing   her   Autobiography   “Super,   A   Life   of   Challenge   and   Change.”   She was   so   excited   when   her   book   was   published   and   she   ordered   all   of   the   trinketts   to   go   along with   it.


Deborah   was   preceded   in   death   by   her   mother,   Alice   M.   Walker,   Brother,   Donald   “Scrappy” Walker,   Sr.,   Sister,   Dionne   C.   Walker;   Grandparents;   Mr.   &   Mrs.   Lee   L.   Walker,   Sr.;   Lillian   B. Young,   and   Rev.   Herman   T.   Moody,   Sr.


Rev. Walker  leaves   to   cherish   her   memories:  her   Father;   Rev.   Luther   L.   Walker,   Jr.;   (3)   Sisters;   Gloria Williams,   Patricia   L.   Walker   &   Lois   M.   Walker;   (1)   Brother;   Rev.   Luther   L.   “Cy”   Walker, III(Vienna);   (2)   Uncle/Brothers;   Earl   Jordan,   &   Rev.   John   Jordan   (Carmen);   (6)   Aunts;   Thelma Queen,   Lillian   B.   Young,   Ardie   Todd   (Devon)   Alberta   Walker,   Carolyn   Williams   (Henry)   &   Marie Suggs(Calvin).   (2)   Uncles;   Earl   Walker,   Sr.   (Leola)   &   James   Walker.   (1)   Sister   in   Law;   Trina   L. Walker; (7)   Nephews; Darnell   Williams,   Andre   Walker,   Brian   Walker,   Luther   L.   “CJ”   Walker,   Donald “Scooby”   Walker   (Brandy),   Andre  Reed   &   DiAnte   Reed.   (3)   Nieces;Marsha   Williams,   Dr. TaQuina   Warren(Jamar)   and   Alleeah   Reed.God   Children;   Tommara   Byas,   Sheena   Williams,   Alleeah   Reed,   Terry   Cale   and   Luther   L.      “CJ” Walker,   IV.      Special   Cousins;   Tina   Williams,   Shawnzetta   Suggs   &   Malik   Young.   4   Great   Nieces, 4   Great   Nephews,     a   host   of   other   relatives   and   friends.