Freddie Martin Wall
Published 1:49 pm Friday, January 3, 2020
Freddie Martin Wall, 68, died on Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019 at Forsyth Medical Center.
The son of Fred C. and Pauline Whitaker Wall, he was born in Rowan County. He was a graduate of Davie High School, High Point College, and Appalachian State University. He retired from his career as a vocational evaluator at NC Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation to pursue his passions of spoiling and teasing his grandchildren, bicycling with friends Joan Richard and Cliff File, motorcycle riding with Billy Martin, Doug Bess, and Danny Mason. He often could be found playing every musical instrument known to man, exploring uncharted river territories in kayaks, and dazzling the masses with his unparalleled wit and charm. He saw color through musical notes as interpreted by his friends and family. He experienced much of the world through a selfless interest in the thoughts and feelings of others – touching the lives quietly and with considered intent.
A private celebration of his life will be held later.
Survivors: his wife, Terry Mayberry Wall; his daughter, Carrie Wall (Jorge Palacios); his son, Jonathan Wall (Amy); his grandbabies, Erin Palacios and Lennon Palacios; and his sister, Peggy Dillon (Keith),
Memorials: to the Freddie Wall Legacy Fund in lieu of flowers, https://www.gofundme.com/f/freddiewall-legacyfund.