Tom. So sorry to hear. Sending prayers of peace and comfort for you and family
So so sorry Tom to hear about Mary Jo. She was such a sweet person and I know she will be truly missed. Bless you and your family.
Schawn Walthall and Stephen Hampton, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you and your families are in my prayers. God bless you and may he give you peace. I;ve not see either of you guys for over 30 years now. I remember Schawn in the turbo-slob blasting down the highway, all while Steve was squatting ..probably over 800 lbs back then. I loved those days. Life moves entirely too fast. You both, I’m sure she’s very proud of. As I said before, you all are in my prayers.
Tom, Stephen, Schawn, Steve and Brett. I am truly sorry for your loss. Mary Jo was one of the kindest people that I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. I know she will be missed by all that she encountered. Sending prayers and love to you all. Until you meet again…
Tom, I am so very sorry. Mary Jo was such a sweet and kind person. I always enjoyed spending time around the both of you.
Tom, Schawn, and Stephen
We are so sorry for your loss and are so heartbroken as well. Mary Jo was the best aunt i couldve asked for but also an amazing woman, mother, sister, wife, friend to all…she be missed deeply. We will treasure all our memories and all the wonderful Christmas’s we shared together.
We are sending our love to you and will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.
We love you all!
Christie and Janie Holland
Mary Jo (Holland) Walthall, 73, passed away on July 15, 2023, at her home with her loving family by her side. She was born on April 5, 1950, to Lacey Holland and Betty (Taylor) Holland in Evansville, Indiana.
Mary Jo was a devoted wife, proud mother, loving grandmother, and friend to all. Mary Jo was passionate about music and was named the champion of the game, “Name That Tune.” Mary Jo loved spending her weekends on the water boating. She loved visiting her favorite vacation spot, Marco Island, and creating precious memories with her family. She had an infectious personality with a sense of humor second to none. Mary Jo enjoyed going to Chico’s in her spare time. She was also known to be the designated driver at all occasions. Mary Jo was a light to all and will be missed tremendously.
Mary Jo is survived by her husband of 44 beautiful years Thomas Walthall; children Schawn Walthall and Stephen Hampton; 4 grandchildren Ella Hampton, Ethan Hampton, Elizabeth Hampton, Luke Walthall; brothers Steve Holland and Brett (Regina) Holland; nieces Christie, Amber, and Lacee; and numerous extended loving family.
Mary Jo was preceded in death by her grandmother Ethel Taylor and her parents Lacy and Betty Holland.
Visitation will be from 2-7 pm Thursday, July 20, 2023, at Sunset Funeral Home and following 10 am until the time of service of 11 am on Friday, July 21, 2023, at Bethlehem Church located at 6400 Oak Hill Road, Evansville, IN. with Pastor Emily Slade Officiating with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
Contributions can be made to:
Heart to Heart Hospice
7240 Chase Oaks Blvd.
Plano, TX 75025
In memory of Mary Jo Walthall.
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