Willie Troy Greenwalt

January 2, 1939October 11, 2021

Troy W. Greenwalt, age 82, of Grand Prairie, Texas, passed away on October 11, 2021. He was born January 2, 1939, in Fort Towson, Oklahoma to George Lee Greenwalt and Lily Mae Wheat Greenwalt.

For two years, Troy attended college at East Texas State University where he studied Industrial Electricity. He graduated in 1981. He then began his career of 25 years as a Maintenance Mechanic. He was a great husband, father, papa and friend.

Troy was preceded in death by his parents, George and Lily Mae Greenwalt; his grandchild Shane Kaiser as well as other family members. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Ann Greenwalt; his children Teena Rodgers (Steve), Deanna Hunter (Tim), Toby Greenwalt (Melissa); his grandchildren Catherine Elkins, Christi Flores, Shawna Stevens, Sasha Walbroehl, Shane Greenwalt, Michael Greenwalt, Ana Hinton and Gavin Hinton; his great grandchildren Angiela Leach, George Elkins, III, Ocean Elkins, Eric Thorsen, Dylan Thorsen, Jaden Stevens, Peyton Stevens, Landon Walbroehl, Liam Walhroehl, Lily Walbroehl and Mason Hinton; his great great grandchildren Athena Elkins, Hunter Elkins and Lavona Elkins.

Troy will be laid to rest in a private burial at a later time. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Greenwalt family.

Psalm 118:24 This is the day the Lord has made: let us rejoice and be glad in it.


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Toby Greenwalt

October 15, 2021

My dad was my hero when i needed him he was always there we did everything together he showed me how to be a better father a better son how to be at peace with myself he showed me how to be humble I always enjoyed doing things with my dad like working on cars to remodeling houses and fishing there wasn’t anything that he couldn’t do he always found a way to do what he set his mind to so yes he will be missed dearly i can only hold on to the memories now I’m at a loss forgive me but there is not words for what i fell rite now
Love you daddy forever and ever
Tony lee Greenwalt
(King Toehead)

Sasha Walbroehl

October 15, 2021

My papa! I’ve called you that since I can remember MY PAPA! You were and always will be the best papa anyone could ever ask for!! Since I was a little girl I’ve spent most of my time with you and nana going hiking feeding the ducks taking me to six flags and I got lost my best memories with you are sitting and hearing your stories you always had one to tell! Thank you for showing me god and showing his love for me without you and nana I wouldn’t have the faith that I have now! There’s so much my heart wants to say but there isn’t enough room! Until we meet again papa I love you so much and my world is so dull without you in it!! Truly heartbroken !!

Melissa Greenwalt

October 15, 2021

So many memories daddy you taught me so much these last 26 years but one of my gifts is the strength of god! With him I know I’ll get through this grief! I miss u so much but I hear you in my head telling me pick myself up! You will be greatly missed and m so blessed to have you in my life! I love u daddy forever missed forever loved always your daughter! Till we meet again daddy!

Ann Greenwalt

October 15, 2021

I have loved and lived with Troy for sixty four years! I know he is in a better place now, and painfree, I will see him again one sweet day! I love and miss him so very much and always! 💔💔💔💔

James WebbII

October 14, 2021

Uncle Troy although YOU may have been short in stature YOU are a Giant IN the Faithfulness to FATHER GOD....I 💘Ya!!!!and can hardly wait until I get go in the next Room and shake your Strong ✋Hand.YES WE ARE MISSING YOU,BUT WE ARE CELEBRATING YOUR MEMORIES.😇

Cassandra Payton

October 14, 2021

From the time I became family to Troy and Ann, I knew one thing. He was a hard working man, who was passionate about his wife, and family. I remember the countless pool days, holidays and memories growing up at Ann and Troy's home. I contribute allot of who I became today to the love and guidance that Troy provided to me as a young adult. I was not a perfect kid and there were many times Troy would give me a talking to and I still remember that. There is something to be said of the advice and love received from an elder for a young adult who is on the wrong path. For that I am thankful for and pray that you all find peace in knowing that god truly has gained another angel. Love you all, Cassandra, Haleigh, Kristen and Haleigh

Deanna Hunter

October 14, 2021

My Daddy never met a stranger. I am proud to say he passed that trait to me.
I have such a flood of memories. It's unreal to think I will never get a Daddy hug again.
He saved us three kids from drowning one time in a OK lake.
He helped us all with car problems and house issues and all kinds of stuff. I always appreciated his help.
When we would ask if he could help he would always say " got a dollar". No matter what, he tried to help. He knew he was not perfect and relied on his faith.
He loved kidding around and messing with people.

I know he knew the Lord as his savior and I take comfort in that. I know he went to heaven.

I love you Daddy all the way to heaven. I'm so glad you are no longer in pain and now you are whole and with Jesus on the other side. I rejoice with you. I'll see you soon.
PS: Give Shane a big hug from me.

Amanda Owens

October 13, 2021

I will always remember being at nana and Papa’s house swimming in there pool. I will always remember the ice cream truck riding around where I tasted my first ever pickle chip. Even after I was put up for adoption I never forgot who my family was.! I grew up using lays chips dipped in pickle juice just to get that taste an memory again. I will always remember you and miss you already. I will never forget the smile on your face when I finally saw you and nana again after being gone for 13 years..! I love you always.! 💕