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Obituary for L.C. Walls

L.C.  Walls
L.C. "Moose" Walls, 76, of Morgantown (Cheat Lake) arrived in Heaven on Monday, January 31st, 2022. He passed away peacefully at home after a hard battle with lung cancer.

L.C. was born February 19, 1945 in Tennessee, a son of the late George and Emma Walls.

His passions included painting, fishing, playing the guitar, riding motorcycles, bowling and spending time with his family. He was a fun-loving, outgoing and amazing person.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of many years, Glenna Nelson; granddaughters Alyssa Warren, Ellie Palmer, and Kelly Shipley; and several siblings.

Survivors include his daughters, Debbie Bailey and her husband Dennis, Loria Walls-Scarlett, Susan Samol and her husband Charles, Jill Sheppard and her husband Ben, Stacie Jackson and her husband Chris, and Amanda Black; his grandchildren, Josh Shipley, Dustin Shipley, Nicole Bailey, Brian Bailey, Richard Greeson, Apryl Paul, Gage Scarlett, Dylan Scarlett, Brandy Puckett, Karie Duensing, Holly Wewers, Cricky Warren, Joey Stephens, Clayton Duncan, and Logan Macpherson; his adopted grandson, Curtis Paul; several great-grandchildren; and his three sisters, Brenda Walker, Nora Hagerman, and Jane Walls.

The family would like to give a huge thank-you to Curtis Paul, Apryl Paul, and John Richie who played a huge part in caring for him. Your loyalty does not go unnoticed, and he truly trusted and loved each of you.

Per his wishes there will not be a service.

Smith Funeral & Cremation Care of Westover / Morgantown, is providing care and guidance to the family.

Messages of comfort and other symbolic gestures for the family may be offered at www.smithfcc.com.

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