At the request of our very own Curt and Krista Walton (Woytman), Warriors’ Watch Rider’s will welcome home their son and help them celebrate his safe return from deployment in Afghanistan.
About a year ago we met Curt and Krista at their first mission in Royersford. As usually happens they were hooked right away, and actively support our cause.
LET’S SHOW THIS SOLDIER AND HIS FAMILY HOW MUCH WE APPRECIATE THEIR SERVICE AND SACRIFICE FOR OUR COUNTRY!
From Curt and Krista
“Kendal wanted to enlist in the service right out of high school. His mother asked (well it was kind of asking) him to give college a try and not make the decision to enlist at age 18. Kendal respected his mother’s wishes and went to IUP. After 2 years he called to say he gave college a try, it wasn’t him, and he had enlisted in the Army. While serving in Afghanistan, he made another call home. He informed us he liked what he did and was good at it, so he had re-enlisted for another 4 years and will be headed to Northern Italy this summer to join the 173rd Airborne unit. He is in the process of getting promoted to sergeant. ”
What: Welcome Home Escort
Army Spc. James Kendal Walton (Kendal) has been enlisted for 3 years in June.
This was his first deployment with 1st Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division – Paratrooper.
Kendal Graduated from Owen J. Roberts High School in June 2007. He attended Indiana University of PA (IUP) for 2 years before enlisting in the Army.
He enjoys working out, shooting, watching movies, playing x-box, hanging with friends. Just purchased a Suzuki GSX-R750.
His parents are Curt and Krista Walton, sister Karie Walton, and 2 family dogs, a boxer Annabelle, and a black lab Buddy.