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Liliann Walls

Liliann Walls

Thursday, November 1st, 1956 - Saturday, February 29th, 2020
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Liliann Halderman Walls, age 63, of Siloam Springs was known by many names to those who loved her, Liliann. Lillie. Sissy. Aunt Lil. Momma. Grandma Lil. Granny Little. Grandma Great.

Lil was suddenly taken from us on Saturday, February 29, 2020. Those of us who knew Lil dearly, see the irony in her passing on a date that only happens every four years. She is survived by her husband, David Walls. Mother, Henrietta “Shem” Cheshire, of Sedan, KS. Siblings: Floyd Halderman and Carmen Loftin, both of Sedan. Children: Matt and Dana Halderman of Sedan; Jessica and Kenny Gray of Liberty, MO. And Step- Children: Kendra and Scott Quashnick, Tawnya Gonzales, Justin Walls all of Bakersfield, CA and David Jr and Tracy Walls of Rogers, AR.
David and Lil have a large blended family of 16 Grandchildren!! Dakota Halderman and his wife-to-be Annie Jackson reside in Sedan, KS. Tayte Halderman, also of Sedan. Zane Morgan, Marshall Morgan, Trent Morgan and Annabelle Gray all of Liberty, MO. Destanie Denny, Jaidyn and Zion Gonzales, Cole and Kailee Quashnick, Georgia, Jackson and Daxton Walls, Alexis and Eli Standefer. Lil was also blessed with 3 great grandchildren: Serenity and Nayley Denny and John Wyatt Miller Halderman – the newest piece of Lil’s heart.
She is also survived by her Aunt Maxine McCoy, and multiple nieces and nephews, great nieces and nearly too many cousins to count.
Lil was preceded in death by her Grandparents, Dee and Lillie Pierce of Elgin, KS and Floyd and Naydene Halderman of Sedan, KS. Her Father, Charles Halderman of Gravette, AR; and uncles: Floyd (Bid) McCoy, Raymond Pierce and Roy (Boog) Pierce.

Liliann was born November 1, 1956 in Sedan, KS. She attended several schools including Elgin Elementary in Elgin, KS, in Louisburg, KS, and in Keifer, OK - where she was voted Prom Queen and had her son, Matt with then boyfriend, John Whitchurch. She graduated from Sedan High School in 1976.
Lil lived for several years in Tulsa, OK with her son, Matt and husband, Mike Crouch; it was then that they had their only child, Jessica. Lil spent her time in Tulsa doing hair and attending every music event or festival she could. Lil also earned an Associates Degree from Tulsa Junior College; she was very proud of this, as she was a working, single mother going to night classes.
In the early 2000’s Lil moved back to her hometown of Sedan. She loved living so close to her family and especially her grandsons, Dakota and Tayte. She loved having them over to stay the night and watching them grow through the years. During this time, Lil worked at the Sedan Floral. This was by far her favorite job; she loved playing in the dirt and growing beautiful flowers. Her home was always overflowing with plants, inside and out.

Lil reconnected with David Joe Walls, the love of her life; whom she had known in high school; she said he was the most handsome of all her brothers friends. They were married on a beautiful June day in 2007 at The Hollow Park in Sedan, KS, surrounded by their families. It was then that she relocated to Northwest Arkansas with David; his family welcoming her with open arms. David and Lil were married nearly 13 of the best years of their lives. They enjoyed going to the casino together, traveling to Missouri, Kansas and California to visit kids and grandkids and to watch every ball game they could; whether it was 45 degrees out or 95.
Lil went to every Chautauqua Hills Blues Festival there was, rain or shine! She was an avid music supporter. She listened to her music loud and sang even louder; feeling the lyrics in her heart and soul.
Lil spent her final days surrounded by those who loved her most; in a beautiful, comforting hospice house.
It is for those reasons that we ask that in lieu of flowers, please make a donation in her name to the Chautauqua Hills Blues Festival or the Willard Walker Hospice Home in Fayetteville, AR.
A Celebration of Life will be held in Sedan, KS on Saturday, April 11, 2020.
“Kiss all the babies for me!”
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Nola Wallace

Posted at 06:08pm
Hey, kid! Ya left us too soon. So glad I got to see you the last time. I’ll miss you, but, I’ll never forget all the times we shared. My life is richer because of you. (Bet there’s some great music in Heaven!)💕💪👠

Roxie Cummings

Posted at 10:05pm
I'll miss seeing you at the fair every year Lili. RIP
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