Walter Carson Bishop

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Carson Bishop

Walter Carson Bishop of Seattle, age 64, passed away on April 4, 2020.

Carson was born and spent his childhood in Virginia, but lived most of his adult life in Seattle.

He was a graduate of Prince George High School, a long-time employee of the Safeway corporation, having been with the company for almost 40 years, first in Virginia and then in Seattle.

He had a great love of the outdoors and of family history.

Carson was also a gun enthusiast and participant in cowboy shooting competitions.

Carson was preceded in death by his parents, George W and Betty Jean (Wall) Bishop, and a nephew, Brandon C Bishop.

A devoted friend, brother, and uncle, his loss will be mourned by many.

Survivors include:  siblings, Martha Bishop of Seattle, WA; Casey Bishop (Susan) of Prince George, VA; and Kyle Bishop (Anne) of Mechanicsville, VA.  Six nieces: Shae, Claire, Jill, Molly, Emma and Kate, two grandnephews:  Royce and Ty, and one grandniece: Penny.

There will be a celebration of Carson’s life to be announced at a later date.

 

11 Responses to “Walter Carson Bishop”

  • Martha Bishop says:

    Love to you always Carson

  • Kirk Thore says:

    Thanks for all the memories an friendship you were always as we all said the brother I never had see you at the Peppermint beach club or the the Great Bailys creek moto bog RIP my friend

  • Debra Daniel says:

    My thoughts & prayers to the family!

  • Debbie Daniel says:

    Deepest sympathy to the family!

  • Stephen Andy says:

    Carson
    Thanks for being my best friend during High School! I never had a better friend than you.
    Rest in peace my friend!

  • Tony Banks says:

    Martha, Casey & Kyle,
    My deepest sympathies. I’ll never forget all the times Kyle and I cruised around in Carson’s LTD.

  • George Zahradka says:

    Thinking of all the family. I remember that laugh. A good friend!

  • Brian Farrington says:

    Thank you Carson for being a friend in school and when I lived in Washington , our chats lately about God and guns will remembered close to my heart. Go in Peace with the Love of God.

  • Raymond Griffith says:

    My sincere condolences to the Bishop Family. Carson and I shared many good times and I have lots of wonderful memories from our friendship.
    Raymond Griffith

  • Drew Miller says:

    I was Carson’s houseparent at CARIH – Children’s Asthma Research Institute & Hospital in Denver and we reconnected via FB over the last few years. I loved him then and love him now. I will really miss him and our friendship over all these years. Our family is praying for you all at this time of loss and grief. Many Blessings

  • Linda Dawson says:

    Carson,
    You were a caring and supportive friend for over 40 years and for that I am truly grateful.
    You are always in my heart.
    To your sister and brothers, my deepest sympathy.

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