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Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931) is a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives.

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  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931) is a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931, died December 7, 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931; died December 7, 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (March 27, 1931 – December 7, 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (March 27, 1931 – December 7, 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (March 27, 1931 – December 7, 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006.
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  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931) is a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931) is a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931, died December 7, 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (born March 27, 1931; died December 7, 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (March 27, 1931 – December 7, 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia. Hooper died on December 7, 2020, at the age of 89, after contracting COVID-19.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after contracting COVID-19.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications. He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing theories.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. For decades after Lewis's death, Hooper was a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications. He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Walter was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before. (He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.)
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he now lives. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. \The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Walter was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before. (He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.)
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was a literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. \The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Walter was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before. (He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.)
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. \The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Walter was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before. (He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.)
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. \The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Hooper was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before. (He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.)
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Hooper was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before. (He did not die of Covid-19, despite the prevailing narrative.)
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (27 March 1931 – 7 December 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Hooper was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (March 27, 1931 – December 7, 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006. Hooper was born in Reidsville, North Carolina, United States. He earned an M.A. in education and was an instructor in English at the University of Kentucky in the early 1960s. He served briefly in 1963 as C.S. Lewis's private secretary when Lewis was in declining health. He devoted himself to Lewis's memory after his death in November 1963, eventually taking up residence in Oxford, England, where he lived until his death. Hooper accepted a vocation to be a C.S. Lewis papers custodian, advocate, and editor of his works. The Lewis papers, as researched by Hooper, contain primary data on the friendship between Lewis and his fellow Oxford don J.R.R. Tolkien. Hooper also studied for the Anglican ministry and was ordained, serving as a chaplain and assistant priest in Oxford. He converted to the Roman Catholic faith in 1988. Hooper was a daily communicant at the Oxford Oratory, always sitting in the front-left pew, as his godson's obituary tells. Hooper died on 7 December 2020, at the age of 89, after various health complications; he had received last rites the week prior as well as a clandestine reception of the Blessed Sacrament only three weeks before.
  • Walter McGehee Hooper (March 27, 1931 – December 7, 2020) was an American writer and literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis. He was a literary trustee for Owen Barfield from December 1997 to October 2006.
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