David Walton, 63 of Park City, passed away at his home on Thursday (Feb. 20, 2020).


Born on April 28, 1956 in West Warwick, Rhode Island, he was the son of Ted and the late Delina (Carlos) Walton. David attended Central High School in Cheyenne, Wyoming and graduated in 1974. He retired from Butler Community College in 2016. He was a man of many talents from carpentry to welding to pipe fitting and everything in between. He was a stubborn man but would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed it and was always willing to lend a hand or share his wisdom. He absolutely loved tacos, anything his wife Gayle cooked, Oak Island, metal detecting, grilling, Harbor Freight, his Butler Community College family and the Denver Broncos.


He is survived by his wife Gayle Noller; daughter Liz (Walton) Foulkes and Brad of El Dorado; Misty Walton of El Dorado; Tim Walton of Wichita; Nick and Jill Armijo of Kansas City; Phil Armijo of Atlanta, Georgia; Zach and Melissa Noller of Charlotte, North Carolina; Kylie and Jeff Roman of Park City; his father and stepmother Ted and Doris Walton of Cheyenne, Wyoming. He has eight grandchildren Lauren F., Logan, Hunter, Sydney, Lauren O., Hazy, Harlow, and Henley; sister Sandra (Walton) and Roy Bechtholdt of Cheyenne, Wyoming; brother Ted Walton and Pam of Cheyenne, Wyoming; brother Jay and Cindy Walton of Meridian, Idaho. He was preceded in death by his mother Delina Walton.


He was a great man who persevered through the toughest of times and quietly fought a very hard battle and never once complained. We will all miss him greatly.


A celebration of his life was held at Butler Community College, El Dorado, in the Clifford Stone room located in the Welcome Center on Feb. 28 2020. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Donate Life or the Butler Foundation. Please sign his online guestbook and leave a memory of David at www.carlsoncolonial.com