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Posted Oct 07 2012 5:36pm

Dear Friends,

I am writing to inform you that I have lost my soulmate. Here is a very short write-up on my love:

When we met with Father Driscoll for Catholic marriage counseling, Father told us the most important thing was to say "I love you" and tell each other why we loved, respected, and honored each other. Jerry never missed a day without saying I Love You Honey, giving me hugs and kisses. We never went to sleep without an I love you, kiss, and hug followed by thanking God for our family, Parents, Brothers, Sisters, etc. 

Jerry became part of my family and loved our Hispanic traditions, culture and mostly the love of family. He was an only child and wanted to make sure we had more than one child. He wanted his children to experience brothers, sisters, cousins, uncles, aunts, and in-laws.

He is my soul mate, we complemented each other, shared the same ideas of the nature of God, he was my mirror, showed me everything that was holding me back, brought important things to my attention so I could stay focused, navigated differences. It wasn't the least bit important that we agreed on anything but that we could still love, respect, and yes, even appreciate our differences. I would like to believe our relationship changed us both for the better, both spiritually and personality wise. Our connection was physical, emotional, and spiritual, thereby completing each other. When he touched me, it was like electricity inside us when we were together. He understood that only my Creator had the right to execute authority over me and accepted me for whom I am. I loved Jerry for being there for me  and loving me unconditionally.

I will always love my true love and be grateful to God for allowing Jerry to be a part of my life. 

 Here are the details of our tribute to Jerry:


  In Loving Memory of


David “Jerry” Walters


    December 12, 1944 -    September 29, 2012


Monday October 8, 2012





All Faiths South Chapel

4360 Congress

Austin, Texas 78745


Tuesday October 9, 2012

Funeral Mass

St. Ignatius Martyr Catholic Church

126 Oltorf

Austin, Texas 78704


Tuesday October 9, 2012

Interment Following Mass

Assumption Cemetery


In lieu of flowers a memorial fund  has been created at the

WoodforestBank under Viviana S Walters

With Love,

    The Walters Family

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