Jessie Mae Walker
March 29, 1932 - February 15, 2021
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Jessie Mae Walker was greeted by our heavenly father to return to her heavenly home on February 15, 2021 at 9:30 am at Mercy Medical Center.  Jessie resided at 2362 E Kirkwood with her partner of 50 years Albert Warner, who preceded her in death in November. Jessie grew up in Laclede County and moved…

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Diana Warner Kitch left a message on March 20, 2021:
Gladys, You told me yourself that Jessie has always outspoken, rude, and hard to get along. You are such a hypocrite and I don't know why you said greedy, but I have never tried to get anything from Jessie. I am sure you are standing with your hand open.
Gladys Addison left a message on March 14, 2021:
I mourn the passing of Jessie. While legally she was a half siser she was raisedby my mother and father as an equal sister in a loving home. She was a wonderful human being. She was kind, loving and a true companion throught out her life. I am sad that Alberts daughters are so filled with pety spite, greed and vengance. If they are Christians their Jesus would be terribly dissapointed at their inability to muster even a small amount of compassion for those who mourn Jessie's Passing. I will miss my last sister in this life as well as her significant other Albert. Hopefully Jessie has transcended this life onto a better and more spiritual world. My thoughts go out to Steve, Jackie,Patti and Teri all of whse lives were enriched by Jessie. Peace my sister.
Gladys Addison left a message on March 14, 2021:
I mourn the passing of Jessie. While legally she was a half siser she was raisedby my mother and father as an equal sister in a loving home. She was a wonderful human being. She was kind, loving and a true companion throught out her life. I am sad that Alberts daughters are so filled with pety spite, greed and vengance. If they are Christians their Jesus would be terribly dissapointed at their inability to muster even a small amount of compassion for those who mourn Jessie's Passing. I will miss my last sister in this life as well as her significant other Albert. Hopefully Jessie has transcended this life onto a better and more spiritual world. My thoughts go out to Steve, Jackie,Patti and Teri all of whse lives were enriched by Jessie. Peace my sister.
Diana WARNER Kitch left a message on March 13, 2021:
I do not remember any of you visiting Jessie or my Dad. The fact is you did not know her (Jessie the snake). Even Becky the caregiver said "she was a snake". In fact, that is where I got the words from Becky. I mean who calls you names as your Dad lays waiting to die. Even Dad looked at me and shook his head and grabbed me and hugged me to say good bye as Jessie and her and venom continued to say nasty, hateful things to me. I never heard Daddy tell Jessie once he loved her (never in my entire life). He put up with her and talked to me many times about how she made his life miserable. I am sorry for all of you that you have to learn the truth about that women, but it's what it is. Like it or not ! For you to say what I wrote about Jessie shows, those who really knows her, the truth about her bad, horrible Demonic Spirits. Read it and Reap!
Jacquie Hodge left a message on March 13, 2021:
I agree with all the kind words about Jessie written below by the King’s and the condemnation of a person who would use a condolence site to publicly disparage someone who has passed. Jessie Mae was a wonderful, kind and fun spirited person. It saddens me that she had to suffer so much physical pain before her passing. Her caregiver Becky should be commended for the comfort and support she provided both Jessie and Albert. It takes special people to care for those who cannot completely care for themselves. I have nothing but good happy memories of Jessie. Her, my mother Gladys and my Aunt Helen shared a special bond both growing up together and later in life. My mother, the last living of the three, was hit hard by Jessie’s passing. We are thinking of you always Jessie Mae- you are now free from pain, surrounded by light and love.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Diana warner Kitch left a message on March 12, 2021:
Truth hurts but the truth is the truth and Jessie was a mean and cruel woman!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Patricia King left a message on March 12, 2021:
Jesse Mae was a kind and warm hearted person who would do anything for you. To read the comment as the one written by Diane Warner Kitch was disturbing to me, to her half sister, Gladys Addison as well as her nephew Steve Addison. Her ugly words were hurtful and I question the character of anyone who would use this particular platform to vent such personnel anger. It's sad. To Jesse Mae and Albert, Forever in peace and always in our hearts, with love, Peewee, Steve and Patti
Teri King left a message on March 12, 2021:
I am sorry to hear of Jessie's passing and am without words after reading such a horrible comments made by the family member. The woman who wrote such a comment should really seek therapy instead of publicly sharing such mean and hateful words. I am sure it is not what her father would have wanted her to share. Given the deaths we have experienced as a nation due to Covid I would have hoped we would emerge a little more humble and thankful. Unfortunate that this woman now has unload so much anger and hostility that I can only hope karma does not come knocking on her door. You see I know Jesse's sister and she is one of the sweetest most loving woman. My apologies Jesse for having such a mean spirited individual take her anger and sadness out in such an inappropriate way.
Diana Warner Kitch left a message on February 22, 2021:
Jessie was my step mom and she lived up to that title. She would say horrible things to me. I would try to visit with my dad and she would talk over us so we could not have a conversation. She robbed me of a true relationship with my dad. One time my husband and I came to visit from Kansas and when she put the glasses on the table she would give us paper cups while her and my dad drank from glass cups. I moved back to Missouri where I am from and she waited until dad went outside and told me, "why did you have to move back here." I told her that this is my home and she said well you and your junk does not have to move here. I know she was jealous of me, but she was mean as a snake. She hated me and I truly cared for her since she cared for my dad and obviously was happy with her. I endured a lot of abuse from this lady that I did not deserve. When my dad died I came to see my dad and be with him and she called me names the whole time I was there, she said I was dirty and to get my junk out the bedroom that I was sleeping in. This woman was a truly evil woman and I know she is where she belongs right now.
Diana Kitch left a message on February 20, 2021:
Hooray, the wicked witch is dead!!!!!
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