Our “little guy” Justin Douglas Wall (age 39) aspirated on March 15, 2019. He made a slow but successful recovery before passing on May 18, 2019.
Justin was born September 10, 1979 to Douglas and Jeannie Wall. He attended Oakridge School until age 22. While there, he was nominated and honored to be a torchbearer for the 2002 Winter Olympics. After graduation he went on to attend Adult Day Service Programs at Danville, Rise, and most recently his favorite, Turn in Springville. Justin was a real prankster and made friends easily anywhere he went.
During the summer Justin was found cheering for his Uncle Dick and cousin Brian at our local Stock Car Raceways, camping on the west desert where he and his mom would drive to see the wild horses while dad went hunting, or at Fish Lake where he always out-fished everyone by catching the first, the biggest, the smallest, most, and last fish while out on Fred and Leslie’s pontoon boat.
Justin loved cheeseburgers, enjoyed his NASCAR and NASA TV channels, football (especially the Denver Broncos), betting everyone on his Super Bowl board, going to our city carnival and parade, but most of all his date nights with Megan for his massages.
Doug and Jeannie would like to thank their family and friends for their caring support, medical staff and doctor’s at Utah Valley Hospital, Intermountain Home Health, everyone at Justin’s school, Day and Supported Living Programs, and Megan for making his days fun and providing the care he needed. For us as parents, he truly did make our job easy with his amazing personality, chuckling laugh, and adorable smile. We will be lost without him.
A Celebration of Life will be held from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesday May 28, 2019 at Brown Family Mortuary 66 S 300 E Santaquin. Please join us in sharing your memories of Justin beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Graveside services to be held on a later date at the Eureka City Cemetery.