Charles ‘Chuck’ Roy Walls, 85, JasperJune 16, 2020
Charles “Chuck” Roy Walls, 85, of Jasper, passed away June 14, 2020, at Northwood Good Samaritan Retirement Community.
Born July 13, 1934, in Jasper, IN, he was the son of Raymond Lafayette and and Florence Elizabeth (Holder) Walls.
Chuck had worked as a meat cutter at Red & White Grocery Stores in Vincennes. After retiring, Chuck and Shirley moved back to Jasper, and he worked at Kmart for 10 years before retiring again.
He was a member of the Vincennes First Christian Church. During the mid- 50’s he served in the US Army.
His parents; his son, Scott Walls; and his sisters, Phyllis Mehling and Alberta Robinson preceded him in death.
Surviving is his wife, Shirley (Smith) Walls; his children, Mark Kimmel and his wife, Anne, of Greenville, Karen Robling and her husband, Brian, of Jasper, and David Walls of Fort Pierce, Florida; his sister, Virginia Mutchman of Greenwood; his grandchildren, Erik Robling, Danielle Schulthies, Mason Kimmel, and Meredith Lissegardh; and his great-grandchildren, Everly Robling, Jameson Robling, Hutson Schulthies and Hadlynn Schulthies.
A celebration of life will be held at the Parklands, 800 W. 15th Street, Jasper, from 2 to 5 on Monday, June 22. A graveside service at Memorial Park Cemetery in Vincennes, will be announced at later date. Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home is assisting with the arrangements.
Online condolences may be sent to the family through goodwinsievers.com.
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