Lindsey was the answer to her parent's prayers with big beautiful eyes and a loving mischievous smile that made you want to smile back. Her laugh was uniquely Lindsey's.
She was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and most recently the Iron Mission branch where she met and loved all those who attended with her. She referred to them as family.
As a small child, her first love was music and dance. Her first dance recital was at the age of four at the Randall Jones on the SUU campus. She made her mom especially proud when she and Brady Tom were the only 2 Native Americans from Cedar City to be selected to participate in the opening ceremonies at the first Utah Summer Games. Lindsey did what she did best, she danced.
Lindsey loved to cruise with her friends, up in the mountains and out on the back roads with her favorite music high as it could be and she would be laughing and smiling and dancing. At times I would be with her and she say after her song came on what's wrong with my legs! What's wrong with my arms because she would start dancing and we'd laugh. She just loved being with her friends and loved ones, Lindsey loved everyone and she loved to fish, and swimming, working out, she loved being with her kids when she could she cherished those times the most.
If you ever heard Lindsey sing, she had the voice of an angel. She was blessed with many talents. Having the biggest heart, she was always willing to lend a hand, an ear, or a shoulder to cry on and always forgave. Lindsey was her mom's best friend and was always close, never too far from another.
She was loved by her entire family as she loved them, especially her Grandpa Tom. Her Mother Tania Her Father Matt and Step Mother Wendy, sisters, brother, aunties, uncles, cousins and her family in New Mexico all played an important role in Lindsey's life. But above all these, she loved and cherished her children most, and will be patiently waiting on the other side until they can be together again. She will be their guardian angel. Lindsey will be missed by all and thought of and remembered fondly by her mom and dad, by her children, her many friends, and relatives.
She is survived by: her Parents, Tania J Growler, Father Matthew D Wall; Step Brothers and Sisters: Jacoby and Sarah Wall, Torie and Joshua Barney, Kamicy and Autsin Nussbaum, Stormy Wall, and Taylor Wall. Children: Honarae Neonya Rodriguez, Keanu Aurell Rodriguez, Keagen Tom Rodriguez, Soukai Sevi John, and Sully Hosteen John.
She was preceded in death by Grandpa Kenneth & Grandma Evelyn Wall, Grandma Jessie Growler, Auntie Dorothy Marble, Uncle Manuel Bow, Lathaniel Growler, Jackie Rice, Jackie D. Jacks, Aunt Marcella Lanza, Guy Wall, Allen Wall, Harry Wall, and John Wall.
There will be a benefit for Lindsey, August 16, 2014 at Cedar City Park Pavilion 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Traditional all night sing Friday August 8, 2014 Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah Tribal Gym. Viewing will be held Saturday at 9:00 a.m. followed by funeral services at 10 a.m. Paiute Indian Tribe 440 N Paiute Drive, Cedar City, a UT. Luncheon will be served after services.
Service entrusted to SWINDLEHURST FUNERAL HOME.