Anthony Tyrone Walters affectionately known as "Cookie Man" and "The Cookie" of Cambridge, passed away Thursday, July 25, 2013 at his home. He was born July 10, 1968 in North Carolina. Anthony was the son of Teresa Wilson and the late Willie Walters and the stepson of William T. Wilson. Anthony was a graduate of the "Class of 1986" of Cambridge South Dorchester High School. He furthered his education at Woodridge Institute in Salisbury, Maryland. His employments included Acme Market and Allen Foods in Cordova. In case you wondered how Cookie Man got his nickname, it was given to him by his grandmother, Gertrude Collins. There was a Jack's Cookie Truck that used to serve the area of North Carolina where Cookie Man was born. The emblem on the truck was a smiling face called the "Cookie Man". Grandmother Gertrude said, that Cookie Man had a big face like that cookie on the truck, therefore, he was nicknamed Cookie Man. Cookie Man will be remembered for the different things he was able to do and the little quotes he would make. At Christmas, he is remembered for taking his gifts apart and acting like he was making something else out of them; as a little boy he could climb bare footed right up the door way between his kitchen and living room by using his hands and feet to balance himself just like a monkey could do; he did this climbing quickly and just like a child, he went right on to his next adventure. His response when asked, how are you doing? It was, "I'M FANTASTIC"; and he may even tell you to "Pray up, Stay up and to Keep It Moving." If you knew Cookie Man at all, you know he was a piece of work. Cookie Man was just Cookie Man. He was what he was and we loved him. He would give you that nice smile and then tell you what he had to say. He did not mind voicing his point of view. Anthony knew the Bible. With Cookie Man, it was what was in his heart, not what was in his appearance. A person would have to realize that in order to understand him. He was very smart. He loved his family and his friends. Often he would end his conversation by softly saying, "I Love You," especially if he had not seen you in a while. He was friendly and will be missed by anyone who came in contact with him especially HIS Barbershop Crew. Survivors include his mother, Teresa Wilson; stepfather, William T. Wilson; a son, Tybarian Ross Walters "Elroy"; three sisters, Kim Robbins, Bonita Greene (John) and Donna Marine; maternal grandparents, Dalton and Gertrude Collins; five aunts, Sandra Turner, Regina Jenkins (Archie), Hazel McCready, Jesse Reid and Joyce Fisher; four uncles, Douglas Collins (Mary), Francis Rogers, Larry Walters and Burleigh Walters; two nieces, Jyneka Greene and Shamyia Walters; a nephews, Brandon Robbins; a great niece, Ariyana Greene; special friends, Brad Cornish and Andrew "Dick" Sampson; cousins and a host of friends. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a son, Anbarti Ross Walters, great grandmother, Hazel Rogers, grandmother, Martha Walters, three aunts, Emmer Robinson, Elizabeth Walters and Jeannette Walters, three uncles, Eugene Walters, John Carter and Alvin Rogers and a special friend, Audrey Thompson Hopkins. Services will be Fri., Aug. 2nd 1pm at Refuge Temple Church of God 800 Robbins St Cambridge with a viewing two hours prior and Thursday 4-7pm at Henry Funeral Home PA. Interment in Bethel Cemetery. Condolences sent to www.henryfuneralhomepa.com.