Laura Louise Wall February 7, 1963 - June 2, 2021

Laura Louise Wall, 58, passed away after a brief illness on June 2, 2021. She was born on February 7, 1963, to Verl and Rose Wall.

Laura worked at Mountain Country Foods for 14+ years, and American Stores for over 20 years as a cabinet maker. She made many long-lasting friendships along the way.

Laura enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, watching her Broncos play, and spending time with her friends and family. She loved to make people laugh. Lately, she has really enjoyed gardening. Every day, she would walk around the yard and check her plants. She would get so excited to see new flowers and to see how her vegetables were growing. She also enjoyed feeding the birds in the backyard and trying to see how many different ones we could identify.

She is survived by her loving companion, Teri Sperry; her father, Verl Wall; her brother, Joe (Connie) Wall, and their family: niece, Tracy (Aaron); great-nephews: Atley, Bowen, and Grady; nephew, Jeremy (Melissa); great-nephews: Skylar and Tristen; great-niece, MaKayla; and nephew, Kyler Wall; her sister, Rose (Dennis) Larsen, and their family: nephews, Bryce, Kyle, and Derrick (Taylor); and great-nephews, Tayte and Max; her brother, Robert (Laura) Wall, and their family: niece, Kelbie (John); great-niece, Harper; nephew, Cody (Hillary); great-niece, Addilynn; and her extended family: sisters, Jennifer Alvey, Stacy Sperry, and Jann Sperry; nephews: Kenny and Kody; nieces: Cassadie, Hannah, and Tayler; great-nieces: Elle, Pieper, and Macee; and great-nephew, (her shadow) Ryker.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Rose Marie Wall; and Brent and Sharon Sperry; and brother, David Sperry.

There will be a Celebration of Life for Laura on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon, at Walker Funeral Home, 587 South 100 West, Payson, Utah.

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Celebration of Life

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Walker Funeral Home
587 South 100 West
Payson, Utah


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    Karen and Bob McNickle says

    We knew Laura from when we built the Payson Utah. Post office. I also worked at the Wee blu inn. Whenever I would come through the years on Superbowl Sunday she always greeted me with a hug and a smile.
    She will truly be missed 😢

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    Kay Wilson says

    To my wonderful, wonderful friend. We laughed so hard and so many times together with so much love .
    I will see you again in our next life.

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    Cindy Holman says

    So many great memories with Laura, she will surely be missed

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    Natalie Tuckett Scovill says

    Laura was always happy and kind. She will be dearly missed.

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    Wesley Garlick says

    You meant so much to all of us, You were special and that’s no lie, You brightened up the darkest day and the cloudiest sky. You have always been apart of our family as long as I remember. Deer Hunts, watching a football game mostly Bronco’s. You brought so much joy in all family events it was always fun to have you there in your purple truck. I remember you made us kids laugh so hard we were always on the urge of wetting our pants. Through the years it was always fun seeing how Grandpa Greenhalgh would tease you and how you really fed it back to him. Laura you will always be missed. Thoughts are with The Sperry & Wall Families.

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    Roger Kaufman says

    Always loved visiting with Laura & Terry, we had lots of good fun times. Hugs & Prayers to all. It’s a sad day.

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