James S. Walton

June 11, 1949 - February 26, 2018

Age 68, of Wyoming, NY, passed away at home on February 26, 2018.

Jim was born June 11, 1949 in Batavia, NY, son of the late Stanley and Jennie Thompson Walton. He was a graduate of Pavilion Central School and a veteran of the US Army having served during the Vietnam War. Jim spent fifty-one years in the milk hauling business.

Jim was an avid hunter, enjoyed gardening and anything to do with being outdoors. He will be remembered as a wonderful, generous, caring family man and friend to all.

Surviving are his loving wife, Christine; his children, Misse (Jeremy) Koch of Attica, Jim Walton of Alexander, Tim (Sabrina) Walton of Batavia; his grandchildren, Kala, Caylin, Olivia and Hayden; his siblings, Bill (Sue) Walton, Agnes (the late Jack) Park, Joan (Gary) Kobus, Paul (the late Alison) Walton, Joyce (the late John) Jacobus; many nieces and nephews and his most faithful companion, Jenna. He was the brother of the late David Walton.

Family and friends will be celebrating Jim at the Pavilion Fire Hall on Route 19 in Pavilion on Friday, March 16 from 2 – 5 PM. Dress casual and bring your stories. Flowers are gratefully declined. Memorials in Jim’s name may be made to the Wyoming Hook & Ladder Co., PO Box 36, Wyoming, NY 14591 or Pavilion Fire Department, 11302 Lake St., Pavilion, NY 14525 or Wyoming Co. SPCA, 808 Creek Rd., Attica, NY 14011. Arrangements are being completed by Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, Warsaw.

Important Dates

March 16, 2018 : Celebration of James S. Walton’s life at the Pavilion Fire Hall - 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Route 19, Pavilion

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Mar 8.18 from Colleen k Whisner:
My thoughts and prayers are with you my long time friends. remember his smiles laughs jokes and toast to the good times. Love you all Colleen.

Mar 6.18 from Rose Coty (widow of Don):
So sorry to hear of Jim's passing. We always considered part of our family. Met him in the 1960's when he used to pick up our milk in Leicester. R.I.P. Rose and family. Colleen, Dave,Kelly,Celeste, Vicky,Doug, Jeff, Bob and Kevin.

Mar 6.18 from Kit Hurley:
Chris and all the Waltons,
I was so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. He was a "forever neighbor" always ready to greet you with a big hug and a great joke. Please accept my condolences in this difficult time.

Kit Hurley

Mar 5.18 from dick brown:
I'm sorry to hear of jims passing now he will travel a different road even though he thought I was an odd sort I always got him to chuckle I will miss him at the milk plant and in life

Mar 3.18 from Rick Kibler:
My sincere condolences to the Walton family during this time of mourning.

Mar 2.18 from Liz and Bill Harris:
Dear Chris and Walton family,
Bill and I are very sad to hear that Jim has passed. It seems to us as though he was too young. We both thought a lot of Jim and are very sad that we will not be able to be at his memorial service as we are in Florida. We hope to see you all during the summer. You are in our thoughts every day, Liz and Bill

Mar 1.18 from Ellie Tomczak:
Chris - so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Dear Chris - Always enjoyed seeing you both picking up butter at O-AT-KA & the cow decor that you'd find in your travels. I fondly think of Jim calling me "Elsie". My heart is with you....cherish the good memories.

Feb 28.18 from brandy and chet miller:
may he rest peacefully,and may the memories you have of him bring comfort and peace to all who loved him..

Feb 28.18 from Stephen E. Clark:
Jim, was most one of the most generous men, I've ever known. I considered one of my best friends, and always enjoyed his wit and humor. He always was willing to give, or offer anything he had to help a friend. Jim, my friend, you are going to be missed more than you can ever imagine, and your wonderful personality, was one, that just will not be replaced. There isn't enough space or words that can describe your personality, and friendliness to all you came into contact with. What a void, that will be impossible to fill.

Feb 28.18 from Leonard & Linda O'Neill:
Chris, We are so sorry to hear the shocking news of Jim's passing. We have always considered you and Jim as some of our kindest friends. He will truly be missed. Please let Lenny or I know if you need anything. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Lin

Feb 28.18 from Pooh Hendrickson:
Chris, So very sorry to learn of Jim's passing. I just talked to him a few weeks ago. He was a great neighbor, always waving. Will miss his smile driving by as he's mowing. If there is anything that you, please don't hesitate.

Feb 28.18 from Tina Myers:
Chris: I was so very saddened and shocked to hear about Jim. He was always so pleasant to talk to. My thoughts are with you and your family at this very difficult time.