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Charles A. Walls, Jr.
  • 62 years old
  • Date of birth: Apr 15, 1951
  • Date of passing: Aug 8, 2013
Love and memories last forever...

Charles Alvery Walls Jr. (Chazz) passed away in his home on August 08, 2013, at the age of 62. He was born in Houston, Texas on April 15, 1951. 
Charles was predeceased by his parents, Charles Alvery Walls and Klara M. Knight. He is loving remembered by his wife of 39 years, Linda, daughter, Danielle, and her fiancee George Murphy, his grandchildren Adreayna and Gabriel, brothers Ronnie Burns of Texas , Chris Walls of Arizona, and Alvery Walls of New Jersey, sister Victoria Ellington of Colorado. Step Mother Edith Walls, Mother-in-Law Rose Czwartkovski,  many Neices, Nephews, Aunts and Uncles.
He was a self taught carpenter. He was along time collector of comic books and enjoyed spending time with his family and taking care of his orchids and bonsai trees. He was a lifelong fan of the Oakland Raiders.
A private service will be held for family members.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fertig  Funeral Home 63 North Main St. Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by robin waddington on 12th June 2015

"Sooooo very sorry,  Linda and Dani...have been trying to contact you over the years and when I tried again today, I saw this.  sooo very sorry.  Hope you all are doing ok. would love to hear from u linda"

This tribute was added by victoria ellington on 13th August 2014

"Chazz you were the best brother a little sis could have..The hours of laughter together, our silly car rides, and lots of hugs    I love you and I miss you so very much bro....Cant wait till the day I see you and daddy again!   Always in my heart...Tory  xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo"

This tribute was added by Charisse Walls on 8th August 2014

"To all who read this, I am only Charlie's sister-in-law, but have been so for over 40+ years. It is so hard for me to believe it has been a year, since that dreadful day that Alvery called us to give us the news. We took the news harder than expected, as we just wanted more time. Christi, his neice wanted more time to talk about Comics with her uncle, and get his advice. She treasures the talks they did have, and knows that she is following in his footsteps. He was proud that she was in that profession, and wanted to talk more when time was available. Chris, wanted more time to heal wounds, and be a brother again, and wanted to be the little brother to Charlie, just as he was when they were growing up. I wanted more time to laugh and talk about Dani and Linda, to let them know, the love never left and concern for all three of them. Now Dani, has her own children, and Charlie was a Grandfather to his own, and to hear him laugh when he talked of them. His Love of Life, Linda, was just that.  He loved her more than anything. She was the best thing to ever come into his life, as she gave him Dani. The day they married on March 24th, in our backyard in Houston, was also a special day for him, but to him, Linda was his wife, his partner, his life since the day they came together. To you, Linda and Dani, Thank you for making his life so complete. Thank you for being there to take care of him, and to Love him. Charlie, We will love you always, and will laugh at the times we had with you."

This tribute was added by Charisse Walls on 27th April 2014

"Linda and Dani, words cannot express how sad we are to have lost Charlie, Chris especially. He truly loved his brother, and misses him more than words can say. We talk often of his humor, his love of life, and especially of Dani. You, next to Linda, were the best thing to happen to him. When you were born, he named a star for you to always look up to. He wanted only the best for both of you, because his love held no bounds. Know that we loved him dearly and deeply.
Lovingly yours,
Charisse, Chris, and Christi Anne Walls"

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