On November 30, 2022, Aubrey Wayne “Bullet” Walker passed away at his home in Memphis. He was 69 years old. This man, husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend will be missed to a degree that is indescribable. He truly was larger than life. He never met a stranger. His sense of humor was unparalleled. His love and loyalty was so great that it will live on long after his death. He was an exceptional man who never hesitated to help others. To know him and hear his jokes and tall tales was a treat to behold. To have this man in your life, no matter how long or short, was truly a blessing that we will hold dear to our hearts forever. He was fierce, he was kind, he was funny and he was truly admirable. His love of life extended to his work life as well. He worked for the City of Covington for 20 years before retiring and going to work for the state of Tennessee where he retired for a second time. He served his community as a volunteer firefighter in Covington and with the Tipton County Rescue Squad. He served his state in the Tennessee State Guard. He also served in the Scottish Rite and was a Mason and the Past Master of the Dunham Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Deborah Walker; one daughter, Audra (Moody) Max; one son, John Paul Walker; two step-sons, David (Liz) Jones and Andy Jones; five grandchildren, Jordan Max, Tyler Walker, Alex Cook, Sarah Beth Walker and Brennen Max; one brother, Terry Walker; one sister, Jonnie Edwards; five nephews, Teddy (Theresa) Walker, Mousey Walker, Dave Wiseman, Lil Ron Walker and Ryan Walker; one niece, Lily Walker and countless friends he truly loved and appreciated. He was preceded in death by his parents, George W. Walker and Mary Thorpe; three brothers, Gary Walker, Ronnie Walker and Clint Walker and one sister, Anna Wiseman. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, December 5 at the Covington Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow in Covington Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends beginning at noon on Monday and until service time at 2 p.m.