Walter W. Meier, Jr, 92, of Jacksonville, passed away on Saturday, June 11, 2016. He was born April 14, 1924. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Jacksonville, Arkansas. Walter was preceded in death by his parents; his beloved wife, Mary Crovo Meier; two sisters; step-daughter, Penny Rowlett, Baltimore, Maryland; and step-grandchildren John Rowlett of Smyrna, Tennessee and Glenn Rowlett, Hendersonville, Tennessee.
Walter is survived by his step-grandchildren, Lisa Rowlett and Phil Rowlett of Smyrna, Tennessee, Curtis Rowlett of Lebanon, Tennessee, and Grant Rowlett of Walter Hill, Tennessee; his adopted son, Joseph Matthew (Matt) McCollough and wife Donna of Jacksonville, Arkansas.
Special thanks to Bart Gray and Jimmy Oakley for many years of friendship and care.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday June 25,2016 at 2:30 pm at First United Methodist Church in Jacksonville.
Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church of Jacksonville.
Cremation arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400.
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R.I.L Mr. Meier. You will be missed. You can fly on home now! You are an angel in the sky!
R.i.p. Walter you will be missed
You will be missed. Fly with the angels Walter!!! Love you
Love and miss your smile, your stories of being in the coast guard, even your grumpiness. I know you’re in a better place with no pain, but I will miss you. I know I will see you again someday and hug your neck.
R.I.P. Fly high and watch over us all.. U will be missed.
Fly high Mr.Meire…You will be truley missed!
Walter you will be missed love ya fly high RIL
RIL Mr. Meier…another angel added to Heaven’s population…you will be truly missed.
RIP Walter you will be greatly missed.
RIP Walter, you will be greatly missed.
What a sad day for us when you took your final breath here on earth, but a great day for you when you woke up on the other side with Jesus Christ our Lord.
We are going to miss you so much. Your love for the little Children at Church was such a blessing to see. The year you helped me with my 2yr old class in VBS was so much fun. We crawled in the loft in the Holy Land room and had a great time with those little kids that listened to us talk about the David and the Giant. You reminded me everytime I saw you about the rock you still have at home that I gave out that day. You were such a blessing and great help with the Children in Journey Kids. You will be missed so much. It was a honor to call you my friend. See you soon Walter, hope you didn’t forget your rock!!
Rest in Peace and Love,
You will be dearly missed and now I know your up in heaven with your friend bill drinkwater who lived in Florida love and miss you always Theresa Washburn
Walter was the Best,i knew him well!