Carolyn Sue Wall

April 1, 1946August 1, 2018

Carolyn Sue Wall, 72, of Fort Smith, died unexpectedly on August 1, 2018 in Fort Smith. She was born April 1, 1946 in Van Buren to the late Wayne B. Whitsett and Bonnie D. Allen.

She is survived by her husband, Ronald; her son, Bruce Wall; her daughter, Tonya Madia; her grandchildren, Daniel Wills, Michael Wall, Ashley Nanhoo, Jessica Schmidt, Jeremy Madia, Dana Vinton, Nicole Wall, Jolie Madia; and great grandchildren, Arya Nanhoo, Stone Wall and Joy Vinton; her siblings, Belva Lewis, Billie Jean Womack, Paul David Miller, Christine Jones and Cathy Newman; her step mother, Iva Rozell; and aunt, Corine Allen, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral services were 12:00pm Friday, August 3, 2018 in Edwards Funeral Home Chapel. The family met with friends from 11:00am to 12:00pm prior to the service. Arrangements are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.

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  • Ronald Wall, Husband
  • Bruce Wall, Son
  • Tonya Madia, Daughter
  • Daniel Wills, Grandchild
  • Michael Wall, Grandchild
  • Ashley Nanhoo, Grandchild
  • Jessica Schmidt, Grandchild
  • Jeremy Madia, Grandchild
  • Dana Vinton, Grandchild
  • Nicole Wall, Grandchild
  • Jolie Madia, Grandchild
  • Arya Nanhoo, Great Grandchild
  • Stone Wall, Great Grandchild
  • Joy Vinton, Great Grandchild
  • Wayne B. Whitsett and Bonnie D. Allen, Parents
  • Belva Lewis, Sister
  • Billie Jean Womack, Sister
  • Paul David Miller, Brother
  • Christine Jones, Sister
  • Cathy Newman, Sister
  • Iva Rozell, Step mother
  • Corine Allen, Aunt
  • Carolyn is also survived by her numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.


  • Visitation Friday, August 3, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 3, 2018

Carolyn Sue Wall

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Billie Womack

August 4, 2018

I have lost a piece of my heart. She was my best friend and confident. We were married in a double ceremony on Dec.6, 1963. Even though many miles separated us sometimes they never separated us in our hearts. My one and only Daughter carries her name. There are no words to express my pain and sorrow. I know that she is at peace and rest. She loved everyone no matter how they treated her. She was a true woman of God and showed it in all she did. Rest easy my sister. I will join you soon and once again we will laugh and reminisce just like we always have . I love you so and will miss you everyday..Bill

Kim Perceful

August 2, 2018

I remember going to aunt Sue's house as a little girl and playing games in the closet with my cousins. We spent a lot of time with them when we were younger. I'll always remember her recently wearing dresses and hats and her love for flowers. She will always be loved and missed as one of my most favorite aunts