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Walter E Hopkins

Walter E. Hopkins, 60, Jamestown, ND died Thursday October 28, 2021 at his home in Jamestown.

Walter was born March 15, 1961 at Carrington, ND, the son of Eugene and JoAnne (Peterson) Hopkins. He attended school and graduated from Sykeston High School in 1979, having played basketball in high school.

He owned and operated the bar in Glenfield, worked for OK Tire in Carrington, and a automotive shop in Kensal. He recently worked at the Jamestown Country Club which is thoroughly enjoyed.

Walter was a huge fan of the Dallas Cowboys and the Boston Celtics. He also enjoyed hunting and fishing.

He is survived by his children, Tabitha McKay, Three Rivers, MI; Brady (Victoria) Hopkins, Sabin, MN; Hunter Hopkins, Fargo, ND; Ashely Hopkins, Jamestown, ND; 7 grandchildren, Carter McKay, Anna McKay, Emma Hopkins, Olivia Hopkins, Levi Bellaire, Owen Bellaire and Oliver Hopkins; 2 brothers and 1 sister, Tod (Renee’) Hopkins Sykeston, ND; Wade (Daylene) Hopkins, LaMoure, ND; and Robin Stiem, Jamestown, ND.

Walter was preceded in death by his parents.

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Amy Kobs Nov 5 2021 7:01 PM

Sorry to hear about the passing Walter. Enjoyed coaching Walter at
Sykeston, ND.

Norm Braaten Nov 2 2021 12:50 PM

To the family of Walter Hopkins:

I was saddened to hear the news of Walt's passing. His unassuming nature and incredible talent to fix anything will be missed by many. Walt's contributions to JCC with the generous use of his equipment and his ability to keep equipment going long after its useful life will be irreplaceable. I highly doubt he was aware of how appreciative all of us were of him, and hopefully all of you find solace in knowing how important he was to JCC and its members. I will forever miss seeing him out there working on his many projects and our small talks to catch up. I will miss you Walt, you were one of a kind.

Steven Sedler Nov 2 2021 10:06 AM

May he Rest in Peace! Extremely sorry for the family's loss.

Getz Terri Oct 31 2021 5:24 PM

Sending thoughts and prayers

Wanda Vining Alber Oct 30 2021 11:37 PM