Harold Walker

The grave stone of Harold Walker, Don Mathis' uncle. "He was older than most (born 1909) when he joined the military in WWII. He could tell you when the first car came through his little town in Arkansas and what the Beatles sang on Ed Sullivan. Hoss was a well-rounded individual – lovable and jovial. They don’t make ‘em like that anymore." Photo by Don Mathis.

The grave stone of Harold Walker, Don Mathis’ uncle. “He was older than most (born 1909) when he joined the military in WWII. He could tell you when the first car came through his little town in Arkansas and what the Beatles sang on Ed Sullivan. Hoss was a well-rounded individual – lovable and jovial. They don’t make ‘em like that anymore.” Photo by Don Mathis.