Randall H. Walker of Falmouth died December 16 at Royal Megansett Nursing and Retirement Home. He was 90.

Mr. Walker grew up in Braintree, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Deane R. Walker. He attended Braintree High School, where he met his future wife, Patricia Taber, and attended Hebron Academy in Maine. He then served in the US Army for two years. The couple were married while Mr. Walker was stationed in Germany.

After leaving military service, Mr. Walker moved to Weymouth and operated a Chevrolet agency in Braintree.

Mr. Walker, whose grandparents were summer residents of Sippewissett, had been coming to the Cape since he was a boy. They moved into a new home in Sacconesset Hills, West Falmouth, in 1961.

Mr. Walker opened Walker Motors Inc., a Volkswagen dealership, on Worcester Park Avenue in 1966. It was the second Volkswagen dealership on the Cape at the time. He moved the dealership to MacArthur Boulevard in Bourne in 1986. At that time, in addition to Volkswagen, the dealership handled AMC Jeep Renault and Mazda. He sold the Jeep dealership in 1989. The remaining dealership closed in 1993.

Mr. Walker served on the board of directors of the Falmouth Bank and Trust Company. In 1971 he was appointed to the committee to study the future of Otis Air Force Base in the event it was closed.

He loved spending time outdoors, and greatly enjoyed many years of playing tennis, boating, and walking on the beach. His was also an avid gardener.

In addition to his wife Mr. Walker leaves a brother, Anthony Walker; three children, William J. Walker, Allen R. Walker and his wife, Sue Dominici Walker, and Heather Walker McClurg and her husband, Michael McClurg; five grandchildren, Erin Johnson, Casey Walker, Christopher McClurg, McKenzie Walker and Amy McClurg; a great-granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews.

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