Henry Magers Walker, who had been a stockbroker in Baltimore, died Sunday of complications of cancer at a hospital in Boston, where he lived. He was 67.
Services for Mr. Walker were being held today at the Saters Baptist Church, 1200 Saters Lane in Brooklandville.
He was a graduate of City College and Loyola College.
He was an officer in the Army Air Forces in the Pacific during World War II. Before his retirement in the mid-1970s, he had been a partner in Chapin Walker, a brokerage now known as Chapin Davis.
He is survived by his wife, the former Ida Clark Wakefield; three daughters, Hally Walker Gleason of Bethesda, Anastasia Walker and Discretion Nora Walker, both of Chicago; two sons, H. Magers Walker III of Newton, Mass., and Joshua Wakefield Walker of Costa Mesa, Calif.; a sister, Mary Alma Walker of Baltimore; and a brother, Noah Walker of Clearwater, Fla.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Maryland Historical Society.