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Alec Richard Walker

9th May 1951 — 30th Nov 2023
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of Kimpton, formerly Singapore

Passed away peacefully on Thursday 30th November 2023 after a sudden illness.

Beloved husband of the late Yenni and loving Father of Michelle, Jessica and Jeffry.

Alecs’ funeral service will take place at The Heart of England Crematorium, Nuneaton on Monday 8th January 2024 at 2pm.

All flowers are welcome.

Any donations in lieu of flowers may be made in memory of Alec can be made payable to WaterAid U.K.c/o G.Seller ‘Independent Funeral Directors’, 75 Upper Bond Street, Hinckley, LE10 1RH. Tel: 01455 637457

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Funeral Service

Date:
Monday 8th January 2024

Location:
Heart of England Crematorium
Eastboro Way,
Nuneaton
CV11 6WZ

Messages Of Condolence

I will always remember Alec as a kind and humble colleague. My condolences to the bereaved family. May his soul rest in peace.
Hannah B. (Ex-colleague at Worley)
In memory of a dear cousin
Helen
Exemplary and kind gentleman who was very knowledgeable. Heartfelt sympathies to Alec's family. It was indeed a pleasure to have worked with Alec over the years - a grateful thanks for all the support. He will be greatly missed by all whom he had made an impact on. Rest in peace Alec.
Gurdial
Alec, always admired your kindness and good nature. Thank you for the support and guidance during the times we’ve worked together, RIP.
PK Tan
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Safe journey Alec we are with you
Willie Kay
Your legacy will live on through the lives you touched.RIP Sir Alec
Michelle L
We're saddened to farewell a dear family friend and professional colleague of 30 years standing.
Ray Hatfield and Helen Jackson
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With deepest sympathy to all his family on their loss. Alec was a much respected colleague and friend, he will be greatly missed. Rest in peace Alec.
Clive Ford
A knowledgeable geotechnical engineer and mentor to many young professionals, Alec was a true gentleman. I am grateful for the introduction to Old Speckled Hen and the cherished memories we shared. Rest in peace, Alec.
Vince Ngern
We'll fondly remember your time with us in Singapore and really appreciated your engineering knowledge, professional advice and dedication to the projects we worked on together. You would always have your blue/red pens ready for some nice sketches following Worley's colour codes, and being a geotech engineer, you'd keep your structural engineering colleagues guessing when replying to questions with a "yes, no, maybe". We'll all miss drinks at Muddy Murphies on a Friday that bit more now, but hope you are perched somewhere reading your ICE journal over a beer or two with your mobile phone tied around your neck for safe keeping - always scout like! Grateful for the cherished memories, we already feel your absence. Cheers, mate.
Former Worley colleagues Adrian, Geoff, David, Keith, Siyong, Andy, and Vince from the D.F. chat group
Fond memories working with Alec at Woodward-Clyde in Malaysia in the mid-1990's. Great times working on Kuala Lumpur City Centre and some of KL's early deep basements.
Paul Hewitt
Truly sad news, I fondly remember catching with Alec at the Lighthouse gatherings in Singapore; gossiping about all things construction.
George Wall
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