In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in George’s honor to Generations Church Legacy Fund which will be utilized to expand the future campus and school ministry and outreach.
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George Edward Wall, age 92 of Franklin, TN passed away February 19, 2019.
George lived a full and fruitful life. After starting as a baker’s assistant he entered the army at the end of WWII. Upon his release from the military, he joined the ranks of the United States Postal Workers and later took early retirement to start a second career in the insurance business until full retirement.
Throughout his life, he was involved in music and ministry. He sang lead in a gospel quartet for many years and spent much of his musical life singing on local northwestern Iowa radio as well as regional and national television broadcasts. But most notably he shared the stage with his sweetheart, Loraine, of nearly 63 years. Through the years George and Loraine sang together at hundreds of weddings, funerals and special occasions. He loved his wife and served her through her final days before moving to Franklin in 2011. He was an Advisory Board member at Generations Church pastored by his son, Kraig Wall. George’s family and faith were the centers of his life. He loved the Lord and read the Word daily.
Born in Sioux City, IA to the late Edward and Hazel Wall. George was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Preceded in death by his wife, Loraine E. Wall. Survived by his sons Kraig E. (LaSandra) Wall and Gregory G. (Janet) Wall; daughter, Kimberly A. (George) Skipper; brother, Warren (Betty) Wall; grandchildren, Ariel R. (Jeremy) Brasher, Nathan Wall, Brandon (Jessica) Wall, Ciana (Jeff) Cloud, Britton (Ashley) Wall, Jordan (Megan) Wall, Alexandria (Kolby) Kissinger, George Sawyer Skipper, and Griffin Skipper. George had 8 great-grandchildren.
Funeral service will be 11:00 AM Monday, February 25, 2019, at Generations Church, 408 Church St., Franklin, TN. Pastor Kraig Wall officiating. Private burial will follow in Williamson Memorial Gardens. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Floral arrangements to be sent to Generations Church. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in George’s honor to Generations Church Legacy Fund. Donations can be mailed to the church address or go to church website: www.GenerationsTN.com
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