Wanda Walter

Kannapolis, North Carolina

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Mawmaw you are greatly missed and i cant wait until the day i can here your soothing voice again but for now i know your my guardian angel and will always be with me until that moment that we can meet again! I love you!

I love and miss you so much. The loss of you is so large not even the moon could fill. I miss your prayers. I always looked forward to you calling me to sing happy birthday. This will be a tough Thanksgiving & Christmas.As a saint of God in heaven, You are now above the angels in heaven with no more pain or tears.

My aunt will be greatly missed. All of your nieces love you so much and your sweet wonderful smile. You will be in such a wonderful place with Big Mama and Big Daddy. God Bless Gail, Betty and all the family. Karen Good

May the family hearts heal quickly, she raised fantastic children..I knew Betty and Charles in our youthful days and what a fantastic job she did .May Christ grant her grace to enter those gates and here the words, well done my child! sincerely Richard Coe

Mawmaw your love, kindness and smile has touched so many lives....I was blessed to have you in my life. I will not say goodbye but I will say I will see you again someday....I have you in my heart forever!!

My sweet Maw Maw, you will be missed but you will be in my heart forever. I can see you now walking the streets of gold. I have been blessed to have called you Maw Maw. I love you and we will take good of Paw Paw.

Mammaw, you were the sweetest grandmother and very loved. I will miss you!

I will miss Wanda so very much. My heart goes out to her loving and devoted daughter, Gail and the rest of her family. Wanda touched my heart and life in many ways and was very special to me.

you were already an angel here on earth and now you can sit at the lords feet and watch over us all. We love you so much mawmaw. I cant wait to see you again.


Wanda's Obituary

Wanda Walter passed away in Kannapolis, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Concord & Kannapolis Independent Tribune on November 10, 2012.