Today we wore red. We thought of you fondly, the friendship you had with our sons, the kindness that you showed to everyone, and the wonderful smile you gave us. Love to you, Naomi, Ali, and Paxton.
The Rosauer Family said:May 6, 2011 5:26 pm PST
Ali, I spoke with you briefly the other day and you told me of your family's plans to acknowledge what would have been Walker's 6th birthday this week. I have been trying to come up with something to commemorate the occasion, but it's tough. I hope you all can come up with an idea together and find a way to celebrate his life on this day so that it can perhaps not be so difficult. We continue to keep Walker in our thoughts and will see you when you return.
Anne Elisco-Lemme said:May 6, 2011 8:19 am PST
Missing and loving Walker today. Sending our love to you, Naomi, Ali and Pax.
Melissa said:April 15, 2011 9:17 am PST
I did not know Walker, but I wanted to express my deepest sympathies go out to your family. I know he loved his family so much and I hope someday you will see him again in another life. I truly belive that we will all see the ones we loved again.
Leonie McConville said:April 8, 2011 8:36 pm PST
Ali: I am continuing to think about you and your family everyday. I was so touched by the service. Walker clearly brought so much to the world. He will be remembered by all who were fortunate to know him.
My heart goes out to you. Leonie
Dear Ali, Naomi, & Pax, we are so sad to hear about Walker. We will miss him!! Our good thoughts are with you during this doubly difficult time. WE LOVE YOU!!!
Sandy and Jack McPhee said:March 29, 2011 4:05 am PST
Dear Naomi and Ali, June and Alan,
We are so sorry to hear about Walker.
We love Walker's quote about friends.
June and Alan have been our friends for many many years. We are happy that the Fund has been created in Walker's name.
Our prayers are with the family,
Sandy and Jack McPhee
max emsallem said:March 28, 2011 12:41 pm PST
Dear Ali and Naomi. I am very sad to hear that Walker left us. He may have a taken a part of you with him but I also know that you will always keep a part of him in you. He will help you be even better people and I will always keep your entire family in mind. My positive energy goes out to you and him. Sincerely, Max.
Stephen Parker said:March 28, 2011 7:37 am PST
Ali, I am so sorry.
The Scholnick Family said:March 24, 2011 12:12 pm PST
Dear Ali, Naomi and Family- It was our pleasure to have known Walker and see he and Decker greet each other in the mornings at OFS, and hear their joyous banter about Lightning McQueen. We will hold his memory in our hearts. Jill, Iain, Decker and Vaughn
Lisa McClung said:March 23, 2011 4:58 am PST
I was looking at my bulletin board last week and realized I still had my holiday cards up (sad, I know). Walker and Pax were so adorable smiling down on me. I am so fortunate I got to dine with my buddy during the holidays. What a life force!
I love you all very much. You are in my thoughts every day.
The Pollack Family said:March 22, 2011 8:18 pm PST
Dear Ali and Naomi, Your family is in our daily thoughts and prayers. We are so very sorry for your loss.
We will always remember Walker as the "the kid that all the kids liked" We are blessed to have known such a beautiful boy. The Pollacks
Lisa Komuro said:March 21, 2011 9:18 pm PST
Our hearts go out to your family. We are so saddened to hear about your terrible loss. Sending lots of love and light...
Dorothy Stewart said:March 18, 2011 3:43 pm PST
Walker was two years old when Naomi and Ali first enrolled him at Old Firehouse School. I remember those bright brown, very alert eyes, and his fondness for his friends and his teacher Jesslynn. We watched him grow with us for three years, and this year weâ??ve gotten to say â??hiâ?? to big kindergartner Walker when he came along to pick up Paxton.
Walker was a big personality, and children and adults alike were drawn to his strength and charm. By the time he was four he ruled the roost upstairs. Everyone wanted to play with Walker. When I visited at Mill Valley, I often noticed that his leadership carried almost as much clout as the teachersâ?? when it was time for the children to go outside, lie down for a nap, or clean up after lunch.
My memories of Walker will always be colored by the amazing strength that we have all witnessed in his family. The memorials touched my heart and I, like most of the participants, hope I never forget the message of both events: Take joy in what we have been given.
Thank you Walker, for your gifts of enthusiasm, friendliness, and vitality, and thank you to the whole Rezaian family for sharing your spiritual strength and wisdom with us.
Old Firehouse Schools
The Wilson family said:March 16, 2011 9:23 pm PST
Naomi and Ali, we are so very sorry for your loss and cannot imagine how terribly difficult this time must be for your family. please know walker and you both are in our thoughts and hearts. i had the fortune of doing kindergarten lunch duty on thursday 3/3 and remember seeing his big smile while eating with his buddies. i will forever hold on to that memory.