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THERESA M. WALL
LOUISBURG - Theresa Malanix Wall, 40, died Friday, May 16, 2008 at home. A memorial service was conducted Tuesday, May 20, in the chapel of Lancaster Funeral and Cremation Services in Louisburg, with the Rev. Keith Campbell officiating.

Surviving: sons, William Blake Johnson and Jacob Earl Wall, both of the home; grandmother, Marrian Fischer of Louisburg.

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May 21, 2008 at 6:00pm
Her name was Theresa Harris Wall. She was survived by her sons, William Blake Johnson and Jacob Earl Wall, her father Grover Harris who was her legal father and the father that raised her, brother and sister-in-law Fred and Rhonda Harris, brother and sister-in law Charles and Martha Harris, sister and brother-in-law Rachel and Bill Jolly, 5 nieces, 1 nephew, and her grandmother, Marian Fischer. She was preceded in death by her mother Sharon Fischer Harris and her grandfather, Earl Fischer. Theresa's death is very tragic and came way too early. Her family and friends cared very much and tried to intervene and get her the help she needed, but she would not accept. We must all pray that her two boys will heal from this tragedy and go on to live happy and productive lives.
May 21, 2008 at 6:00pm
Thank you so much. That is all that we wanted to hear. She was a great women and friend. It is sad that the boys need to live with this.I will pray for them, of course. Where was the county in this?



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