809 La Clede Street, Bellmead, TX 76705

Walter Russell Livingston
May 7, 1941 - March 25, 2024

Walter Russell Livingston

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Walter R. Livingston, 82, of Waco, Texas passed away on March 25, 2024 of natural causes.
Walter was born May. 7, 1941 to Walter Edwin Livingston and Roxie Evabelle Penkert.
Walter was a High School graduate of LaVega High School in Bellmead, Texas, a
veteran of the United States Air Force, retired MSGT OF 22 years ,and a second retirement
of NOAA, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration of 21 years.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Virginia Ann Harvey, daughter:
Lori Ann VanZandt and great grandson, Larry Dean Jackson.
Mr. Livingston is survived by daughter, Donna Sharp of Waco, Tx., son, Stanley
Livingston and( Debbie) of Elm Mott, 3 grandchildren, Shauna and (Chris) Donald Jr. and
Jeremiah. He is also survived by 4 great grandchildren; Blaine, Dillon and (Morgan)
Madison, Denton & (Victoria) 2 great great grandchildren, Emberly and Kinsley, one
brother, Ronnie Livingston of Tokio, Tx, 2 sisters, Patricia Livingston and( Jim) of Wasilla,
Ak; Sonya Garcia and( Robert) of Horseshoe Bay, Tx; nieces, family and friends.

Friday, March 29, 2024
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Bellmead Funeral Home Chapel
809 LaClede
Bellmead, TX  76705
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  1. Cheryl Carnley
    So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
  2. Lance Bucklew
    Walt, or better known at the NWS in Ft. Worth as Uncle Walt, was so very loved and appreciated by not only his colleagues, but also by weather radio listeners across all of North and Central Texas. His comforting, and correct pronunciation of ''Most-to-ly'' cloudy or ''Part-to-ly'' cloudy was beloved so much that when an automated computer voice was introduced, numerous loyal listeners let us know they wanted him back!! UW, as I called him, was a great friend too. So kind and a pleasure to work with. Thank you for your service, UW, and thanks to your family for sharing you with us!
  3. Jesse Moore
    I had the pleasure of working with Walt at the National Weather Service Office in Fort Worth. He was always a kind person who was willing to help in any way needed. May his memory be a blessing.
  4. Patricia Ruth Livingston
    In our hearts forever.
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