Dennis W. Walters
Dennis W. Walters: Nov. 16, 1954 - March 12, 2020

Crossed over to be with the Great Spirit, after a 15 year struggle with COPD & Emphysema.

Born in Tahlequah, OK. He lived in NH for many years but resided in Marietta, OH. at time of passing.

Predeceased by his parents, Floyd & Leola Walters of Tahlequah, Ok.
He was a tribal member of the Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah, OK.

Dennis enlisted in the US Army, serving in the Vietnam era from 1971 to 1974. He achieved the rank of Specialist E4 with commendations. He received the National Defense Service Medal. Along with service badges for Parachutist, Sharpshooter w/Grenade & Marksman w/rifle bar.
Following the US Army, he returned to civilian life to become an Owner Operator Truck driver for 6 yrs & then had a tremendous 25 yr career as a transport driver earning many safety driver awards during that time w/Sunoco.

He enjoyed Native American crafting & Powwows. He was a civil war buff & also enjoyed HO scale train collecting. He loved his dogs Sam & Diamond, horses Lad & Dexter & numerous cats over the years.
Survived by his wife Carolyn Muise of 35 yrs. Daughters: Braea Walters & Jessica Walters. Sisters: Roseanne Day, Sharon K Walters, Janice Walters. Brothers: James (Wahoo), George, Delbert & Stanley Walters.

At his request, there will be no services.
Any donations in his memory should be made to:
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum PO Box 142 Warner, NH 03278
(603) 456-2600 info@indianmuseum.org.
Published on March 17, 2020

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Carolyn Muise
Mar 22, 2020
You were the love of my life! Thru all the trials & tribulations, we always managed to keep our bond solid. I miss you so much, my heart hurts. My soul feels empty & my future is very lonely. RIP my sweet love & we’ll be together again. Love always & forever, Sass
Marvin Page
Mar 17, 2020
RIP Butch. You were always a good friend to me!