Donald C. Walsh

March 22, 1966 - July 21, 2023

03/22/1966 - 07/21/2023

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Memorial
Tuesday August 08, 2023
7:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Southside Chapel
5033 Rouse Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 422-4000 | Directions

Donald Charles Walsh, born on March 22, 1966, in Central Falls, Rhode Island, left this world on July 21, 2023, in Virginia Beach, VA. He was 57 years old.

Donald, known for his unwavering commitment and dedication, spent a good part of his career as an Electrician for KC Electric.

Beyond his professional life, Donald had a deep love for restoring old cars, with a special fondness for his 1968 Mercury Cougar. It was his lifelong goal to bring it back to its former glory, a testament to his determination and perseverance.

Music was one of Donald’s true joys, and he held a special place in his heart for the band Queen. Among their many incredible songs, his favorite was “Liar,” which undoubtedly resonated with him on a personal level.

Donald’s journey took him from his birthplace in Rhode Island to Virginia Beach as a child, where he spent most of his formative years. He graduated from First Colonial High School and pursued further education at Vo Tech to become an electrician, setting the stage for his successful career.

He leaves behind cherished memories in the hearts of his loved ones, including his parents, Michael and Barbara Walsh, his beloved son, Ryan Warren, and his sister, Stephanie Vallee.

As we bid farewell to Donald Charles Walsh, let us remember his unwavering commitment to his craft, his love for restoring old cars, and his passion for music. May his spirit continue to inspire us as we carry forward his legacy of resilience and determination.

A memorial service will be held on August 8th, 2023 at 7:00 PM at Altmeyer Funeral Home, Southside Chapel, 5033 Rouse Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23462.

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Kristin Hickey
8 months ago

We lost touch when we were young children, when you moved away to Virginia Beach. I am grateful you were my stepbrother for the time we had together. I so glad we got to correspond again over the years. I loved the daily political Facebook posts. Donny always made me laugh with those posts. You will be missed.

Chase Morton
8 months ago

I had the pleasure of working under Don on a few different jobs for KC Electric and I have to say that he brought in this energy that was so unique to him, it made everyday fun and entertaining. I can not stress enough how grateful I am to Don for his impact on my overall character and my professional career.
Thank you Don.

greg harris
8 months ago

Don was a good man, and he will be missed.

Tidewater Streeters Car Club
8 months ago

Don was an amazing person always willing to help out at any of the Tidewater Streeters’ Car Shows. He was always there and willing to lend a helping hand with ANYTHING!!! He will be dearly missed by the Tidewater Streeters Car Club. To the Walsh family, our hearts go out to you during this most difficult time. Please know that you are in our hearts and prayers.

Ameer Jones
8 months ago

My heart and prayers go out to you and your family Ryan may God be with u and your loved ones in this harsh time. Don was a great teacher and friend to me his teachings, jokes and the few memories I have will always be remembered. Don definitely was a great person and I am very grateful for having the blessing of being his student and most of all his friend. May his spirit forever be with you and know that he will always be there with you. Rest easy old friend.

Lynn Carpenter
8 months ago

W?W. That was an amazing obituary. Don was a kind and gentle soul. He will surely be missed by many.

Philip Neiland
8 months ago

Ryan, My sincerest condolences. Your father was a true American who epitomized what it is to be an Amercian. Dedicated to Freedom, unwavering belief in Independance and Self Reliance, Equality, Work Ethic, Democracy, The Flag, Individualism and America. He touched many people with his kindness and caring Spirit.

He will be missed.

Philip

Joe
8 months ago

Ryan, My sincerest condolences. Your father was a great man. He touched many people with his kindness. He took the next step on his journey and left a legacy for you to carry-on.

John Jr.
8 months ago

Don is a great guy, and his legacy will live on through Ryan. Glad to have met him and the conversations I had with Don.

Mike
8 months ago

Rest in peace my dear and best friend