Wilfred Theodore Walton 1944 2021

Obituary of Wilfred Theodore Walton
Wilfred Walton, our father, brother, uncle and your friend passed away peacefully on May 19, 2021 at the golden age of 77. He was the son of the late Ruebena Hazel and Melburn Walton from St. Thomas, Jamaica.
Wilfred will be sadly missed by his wife Barbara, five children, Franklin, Craig, Courtney, Michael and Althea, two step daughters Audrey and Shernet, his thirty two grandchildren, ten great grand, four brothers, five sisters, many nieces, nephews and friends.
Upon arrival there will be covid screening questions and contact tracing performed.
We will be accepting guest(s) in groups of 10ppl max per time period(s).
In light of the pandemic, we thank you for your patience in advance
PANDEMIC CAPACITY UPDATE: Subject to change at as per government mandate
INDOOR CEREMONIES: 10 person maximum capacity permitted in the entire funeral home
CHAPEL CAPACITY: 10 person maximum
OUTDOOR CEREMONIES: 10 person maximum at the cemetery.
Please note: children and babies also account for numbers.
Staff will continuously be monitoring capacity numbers. Once we have reached capacity, guests will be asked to remain outside, as there is NO gathering in the funeral centre at anytime.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Wilfred
Walton 1944 2021..

New Haven Funeral Centre Inc

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