Elizabeth J Walls

Feb 23, 1916 – Feb 2, 2005



Randi Archer Michalsky
Broomfield, CO
Feb 27, 2005

Dear Francine, Wes and family:

Sorry to learn of Elizabeth's passing via letter from Mary.

Lots of fond memories of Elizabeth's leadership & patience with us during our Camp Fire Girls experience.

Vacation times at Fort Casey as a part of the Wes Walls family was special.

Return visits to Seattle/First Church where a warm, friendly greeting always was there for me. I'll miss her smile.

Love, Randi

Paul and Joyce Birkeland
Kirkland, WA
Feb 14, 2005

Our condolences on the loss of your Mother, and thoughts and prayers for you at this time.

Helen Flynt
Shoreline, WA
Feb 12, 2005

Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Matthew 5:4

May you take comfort in knowing that your loved one is now in the care of our loving God.

My life was blessed - even during the brief time I was privileged to know Elizabeth. Be assured of my prayers for comfort during this time of loss.

Sincerely, Helen Flynt

David and Janet McKenna
Kirkland, WA
Feb 7, 2005

Dear Wes and Family:

We just received word about Elizabeth's death. Our shock of sadness soon gave way to the memories of a grand and gracious lady whom we loved so much:

''She let me call her 'Buffy''

''Her fondue was the best I have ever had''

''Her smile and hug always greeted us''

''She and Wes were the perfect team''

Gene and Linda Keene
Jackson, MI
Feb 7, 2005

Dearest Walls,

There are so many wonderful memories we have of Elizabeth and of your family. May you have peace and comfort at this time and know that we love and care for you. Blessings, Gene and Linda Keene and family

Chari Bandy
Kirkland, WA
Feb 6, 2005

Dear Sylvia and Family~

I am very sorry for your loss; my thoughts and prayers are with you all.


Chari Bandy

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