First Lt. Walter J. A. Palmer

First Lt. Walter J. A. Palmer

Visitation:Saturday, April 11, 200910:00 am - 12:00 NoonLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceService:Saturday, April 11, 200912:00 NoonLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceInurnment:Long Island National CemeteryFarmingdale, New York

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  1. I would like to say the family of Dr. Palmer has my sympathy. He was a great man who lived a great life. He will be mised.I would also like to pass along sympathy from the National Crispus Attucks High School Alumni Association – Robert Jackson, President

  2. Dear Walter:Thank you so much for your courageous service our country and the exemplary life that you lived. Please continue to do your best in the spiritual realm. It was great to meet you in person a few years ago!

  3. On behalf of the B/Gen Noel F. Parrish Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen as well as my personal statement, I wish to express my condolences to Lt. Palmer’s family.I was priviledged to meet Bro. Walt for the first time in 2003 in Dayton when the city was honoring

  4. ?CHRISTIANS UNITED CHURCHat Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel5626 Lawton Loop EastIndianapolis, IN 46216Pastor’s Telephone: 317-849-4047 E-mail: kmac41@comcast.net Dear Family, The congregation of Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel wants you to know that weprayed for you

  5. Walter was a true gentleman that every American should be proud of. I have great respect for the man and his character.

  6. Mr. Palmer, Thank you so very much for your service to out country and the wonderful life you have lived, you are a true hero. I was honored to have met you. we at the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum will miss you.

  7. Walter Palmer was a class act! Those of us who met him, at whatever period in his life, knew they had met a pure gentleman and a leader among leaders.My prayer for his family is that they find God’s peace and consolation during this time of sorrow.

  8. To Walter’s family… Walter was a shining light! His roles as father, grandfather, patriot, airman, citizen and friend graced all who knew him. May God bless Walter and his family. May your grief be lessened by the knowledge that Walter touch so many! Ke

  9. Walter will be missed by all his many friends at the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum in Columbus. Walter was a true gentleman and a class person, respected and admired by all of us.

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Visitation:Saturday, April 11, 200910:00 am - 12:00 NoonLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceService:Saturday, April 11, 200912:00 NoonLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceInurnment:Long Island National CemeteryFarmingdale, New York

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  1. I would like to say the family of Dr. Palmer has my sympathy. He was a great man who lived a great life. He will be mised. I would also like to pass along sympathy from the National Crispus Attucks High School Alumni Association – Robert Jackson, Presid

  2. Dear Walter: Thank you so much for your courageous service our country and the exemplary life that you lived. Please continue to do your best in the spiritual realm. It was great to meet you in person a few years ago!

  3. On behalf of the B/Gen Noel F. Parrish Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen as well as my personal statement, I wish to express my condolences to Lt. Palmer’s family. I was priviledged to meet Bro. Walt for the first time in 2003 in Dayton when the city was honori

  4. ?CHRISTIANS UNITED CHURCH at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel 5626 Lawton Loop East Indianapolis, IN 46216 Pastor’s Telephone: 317-849-4047 E-mail: kmac41@comcast.net Dear Family, The congregation of Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel wants you to know that we p

  5. Walter was a true gentleman that every American should be proud of. I have great respect for the man and his character.

  6. Mr. Palmer, Thank you so very much for your service to out country and the wonderful life you have lived, you are a true hero. I was honored to have met you. we at the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum will miss you.

  7. Walter Palmer was a class act! Those of us who met him, at whatever period in his life, knew they had met a pure gentleman and a leader among leaders. My prayer for his family is that they find God’s peace and consolation during this time of sorrow.

  8. To Walter’s family… Walter was a shining light! His roles as father, grandfather, patriot, airman, citizen and friend graced all who knew him. May God bless Walter and his family. May your grief be lessened by the knowledge that Walter touch so many!

  9. Walter will be missed by all his many friends at the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum in Columbus. Walter was a true gentleman and a class person, respected and admired by all of us.

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