Mr. Walter Talley Walls

  • Born: November 15, 1963
  • Died: July 16, 2020
  • Location: Easley, South Carolina

Robinson Funeral Home & Crematory - Powdersville Road

1425 Powdersville Road
Easley, SC 29642
Tel. (864) 442-1800

Tribute & Message From The Family

Walter Talley Walls, 56, husband of Cassie Adams Walls, passed away on Thursday, July 16 at his home.

Born in Selma, AL, a son of Lucy Talley Walls and the late Donald A. Walls, he was a loving husband and father who enjoyed reading, music, playing saxophone, and spending time with family. He worked as a network engineer for TSA Choice in Asheville, NC and attended Biltmore Church in Asheville, NC. He graduated from the University of West Georgia in 1987 with a degree in Criminology, where he was also in the band.

Surviving, in addition to his wife and mother, are a son, Jeb M. Walls; a daughter, Savannah C. Walls, both of Easley, SC; a brother, Donald Lee Walls; a sister, Margaret Quinton (Daryl); a niece, Kelcy Quinton; nephews, Church Trombley of Savannah, GA, Justin Quinton and Josh Quinton, both of Carrollton, GA; mother-in-law, Ruth Brockwell of Salem, SC; and a sister-in-law, Brooke Dicks (Scott Trombley) of Savannah, GA.

The family will host a memorial service at a later date.

Visit or Robinson Funeral Home & Crematory-Powdersville Road, Easley, SC.

Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Cassie, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. We haven't been in touch for many years but I just wanted to let you know my heartfelt prayers for comfort and peace are with you. I remember you two were such a sweet couple. I remember when he used to visit you at the DA's office and thought he had such a gentle spirit. God bless you and your family. With love, Ellen Ramos Perkins

Posted by Ellen Perkins - Carrollton, GA - Friend   August 06, 2020

I appreciate getting to know Walter through his service with TSAChoice and being our dedicated IT at my job. Through conversation we learned of a similar connection with Carrollton, GA and other various things. He always spoke highly and proud of his wife and children. I'm thankful for his friendship, great knowledge and always be willing to help. My sincere condolences to all the family.

Posted by Kim Bango - Carnesville, GA - friend   July 29, 2020

Rest well, my brother from a different mother. We long ago began our separate lives but whenever we got together, we picked up the S.A.W.B. club like we were never apart. I miss your quiet but sharp humor and intelligence, both of which helped me through a challenging period of my life. You were more than a good friend to me and I see that you were to others as well. This shows the measure of a man, a husband and a father.

Posted by Scott Taylor - Roswell, GA - Family Friend   July 26, 2020

Rest Well, Good Sir - the memories will always be fond, and friendships across the miles special. GOD's PEACE be with the family.

Posted by Thomas Biggerstaff - Fayetteville, NC - Friend   July 22, 2020

Our paths crossed many times over the years (school, scouts, band, college, work), till we meet again, prayers to all who's lives you touched, let light for ever shine upon you.

Posted by Sam Lenaeus - Atlanta, GA   July 21, 2020

Just wanna say RIP to the dad of my friend Jeb IK how hard it is to lose a dad so i feel for him and im here for him

Posted by Brydon Michaels - NP, MN - friend   July 21, 2020

I met Walter when we both worked at WGC (now UWG). He was my first friend I made as an "adult". Steadfast professional, joyful worker, refreshing humor. We went to see Shrek in the theater...when nobody knew what Shrek was, yet. I missed him terribly when, as happens with adult friends, his life took him further away, into deeper and broader fields of love, family, and life. I made more friends, but Walter has never stopped popping up in my thoughts, those times when I know he would say something funny, or he would appreciate what I would say...if someone was around to appreciate it. He was a great guy. --Price

Posted by Price Hall - La Tardiere, France - Friend   July 20, 2020

I've had the pleasure of sharing an office with Walter for the past two years. I've enjoyed hearing all of his past and current adventures with him and his family. He will be on my mind often and from our conversations i know i will see him again. If i could describe Walter in one word it would be "Genuine". From his work ethic to his addicting friendship: Thank you Walter for giving me the opportunity to get to know you.

Posted by Randy Collins - Weaverville, NC - Coworker   July 20, 2020

Walter was such a kind-spirited person, always willing to lend a hand even if it wasn't part of his typical day-to-day job. When something needed to be done, he was the first to jump in, find out what was required, and participate until completion. We will miss him, his humor, and that little smile he would get when he was poking a little fun. My heart is heavy as I think about how his sudden death is weighing on each of you. May you find peace through memories and stories of Walter.

Posted by Lynn Lowdermilk - Candler, NC - Coworker   July 20, 2020

I met Walter when he was a student and I was working at WGC. We became fast friends and hung out together a lot, when time permitted. I remember when he got his nice new red convertible (we were all jealous) and he let me borrow it to drive around a co-worker from out of town who was visiting our office. I'm sure he stressed all night until he got it back! I have so many good memories...I'm sure everyone does.

Posted by Liliane Benucci (Hicks) - DeLand, FL - Friend   July 19, 2020

Hello, My name is Chimen Rogers (Pat). I graduated from high school with Walter. I am so sorry. May Perpetual light shine on him.

Posted by Chimen (Pat) Rogers - Vinings,, GA - Classmate   July 19, 2020

Cassie, I'm deeply sorry your family is experiencing the pain of a loss like this. My heart goes out to you and yours.

Posted by Jackie Flood - Flowery Branch, GA - Acquaintance   July 19, 2020

Cassie, Savannah and Jeb, I can't tell you how heartbroken Tom and I are. Walter was such a kind, gentle spirit with such a great sense of humor. He was such a big part of our college days. The world has lost a wonderful man. Our love and prayers as you work through this difficult time.

Posted by JULIE MCLENDON - Ellijay, GA - Friend   July 18, 2020

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