SN JUANITO EDUARDO WALTERS, JR.
Born April 1, 1953 Died January 5,1973
We Serve With Honor
Tradition, valor, and victory are the Navy's
heritage from the past. To these may be
added dedication, discipline and vigilance as
as the watchwords of the present and future.
At home or on distant stations we serve with
pride, confident in the respect of our country,
our shipmates, and our families.
Our responsibilities sober us; our adversities
Service to God and Country is our special
privilege. We serve with honor.
BRIEF LIFE HISTORY
SN- JUANITO EDUARDO WALTERS, JR.
Born April 1, 1953 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
Juanito Eduardo Walters, Jr. (better known as Squanto)
was born on April-1, 1953, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
He attended Sts. Peter and Paul Grammar School and
Charlotte Amalie High Schdool from which he graduated
in June, 1971. Juanito was a member of the C.A.H.S.
Football Team, the Mellow-Hawks Steelband, the
Carnival Clowns, and an altar boy at Sts. Peter and
Paul Church in his youth.
He entered the U. S.Navy on October 18, 1971. He died
at the age of nineteen (19) while serving as a supply
clerk on the USS Cannonball in Vietnam and Singapore.
Juanito was a jovial and full spirited person who spread
the seed of love on this earth. He was vibrant and left a
legacy of "love" for the remembrance of those that know
him as Juanito Eduardo Walters, Jr.
Juanito is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Juanito
Walters, Sr., five sisters, Cecilia, Celestine, Helen,
Hyllis and Harriet, two brothers, Austin and Richard,
one nephew, Justin, his girlfriend, Sheryl Brown and
his son, Shaun Kalen Walters, and also by many other
Elroy George (Uncle)
do not have
see a star"
to gaze into the galaxy and say,
Here on this earth every man
This earthly star, Juanito Eduardo Walters, Jr.,
was born on April 1, 1953 and sown to eternal
rest by our Creator, Our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Century years ago, St. Paul stressed the
importance of each person to God and conse-
quently to man.
The test of a human being
lives, but the purpose fo:
lives do not count who do
living for; idle, se ish,
otic. They consti te so
g is not how long a man
r which he lived. Those
not know what they are
many obstacles to our
Juanito Eduardo Walters, Jr. served his country
with honor, dedication to duty, God and his country.
1. 20 YEAR VETERANS
2. VIETNAM VETERANS
3. ST. THOMAS COMMUNITY BAND
4. FIRING SQUAD (US MARINES)
6. PRIEST AND ALTAR BOYS'
& US NAVY PALL BEARERS
THE CLASS OF ia
FAMILY CARS LINE-UP
JUANITO WALTERS, SR.
WILLIAM E. SMITH
CELESTINE WALTERS WITH HYLLIS
WALTERS, JUSTIN WALTERS,
SHERYL BROWN AND SHAUN WALTERS
HELEN AND HARRIET WALTERS
VIOLA SMITH & MRS. POWELL
MRS. PEARL GEORGE & FAMILY
THE LANG FAMILY