George Eugene Walker Jr. descends from some of Coconut Grove’s earliest Bahamian settlers. He was a driver for the New York City Bus Department for more than 40 years but often returned to the Grove and to the church he was baptized in, Christ Episcopal.
George Eugene Walker Jr. descends from some of Coconut Grove’s earliest Bahamian settlers. He was a driver for the New York City Bus Department for more than 40 years but often returned to the Grove and to the church he was baptized in, Christ Episcopal. Courtesy Thelma Gibson
George Eugene Walker Jr. descends from some of Coconut Grove’s earliest Bahamian settlers. He was a driver for the New York City Bus Department for more than 40 years but often returned to the Grove and to the church he was baptized in, Christ Episcopal. Courtesy Thelma Gibson

His Bahamian family helped settle Coconut Grove. George Walker Jr. dies at 94

December 05, 2016 12:37 PM

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