Lula Mae Walton


Lula Mae Walton was born on October 12,1932 in Jones, Alabama to the late Jackson “Jack” and Essie Lou Elder.

Lula is carried in spirit by Triedstone Baptist Church where she was a member. She moved to West Virginia where she married Earnest Walton and had 10 children. “Granny” was her nick name; she loved to go to bingo, play cards, take bus trips and would frequently visit the casinos and the internet cafes.  She loved all her children and was always proud to say “I have 10 children”.  Everyone loved Granny’s food she sold dinners all over Columbus.

Along with her parents she is preceded in death by her husband, Earnest Walton; son, Jimmy Lee Walton; daughter, Wanda Jean Walton; grandson, Craig Anthony Walton and beloved friend, Charles Pleasant.

Lula’s (Granny’s) memories will forever be cherished by her sons, Earnest Walton Jr and Frankie (Lisa) Walton; daughters, Diane Walton, Linda Walton, Loretta Walton Kidd, Lola (Frankie) Edwards, Martha (Peter) Dixon and Susan (Solomon) Ray; 17 grandchildren, 38 great grandchildren, 12 great great grandchildren, dear friend Ms. Eva Ragland and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Lula (Granny) will forever be missed by her children and all who had the privilege of knowing her. She will be especially missed by those who had the pleasure of loving her and being loved by her.

Visitation 11:00 AM and Funeral Service 12:00 PM Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at Triedstone Missionary Baptist Church, 858 E. 3rd Ave. Mask and Social Distancing are required. Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.


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Condolence Messages

  1. Frances Neal Pegram

    To The Entire Family You Have My Deepest Sympathy!

  2. Sue and Family: Praying for you and the Walton family during this difficult time. Mrs. Walton had a kind heart and sweet disposition. She always treated us as though we were part of her family. Our prayers and love are with you.

    Kaisha and Mona Ray

  3. To the Walton Family my condolences and prayers.
    I was honor to have being introduced to Granny and the Walton Family, by Wanda Walton my beloved friend. It was a pleasure to know Granny and to witness the love you all showed and care you all gave her.
    Granny had such a beautiful spirit and love for her family.
    I know her memories will live on forever in your hearts.
    May God keep and strengthen your family during the difficult days ahead.
    May God continue to keep you in his care

  4. My Granny There’s so much one could say when we became a family i knew God Had Bless You we use too have some long talks about life and getting advice from you was a pleasure Am going too miss you Thank you for all your love it’s not Good bye it’s see you later until we meet again

  5. I’m so sorry for your families loss. She sounds like one amazing Granny. My thoughts and prayers are with you Miss Loretta and Miss Dionne.

  6. Love you Granny so glad you were in my life. My condolences to the whole Walton family.

  7. To the Walton family, I am sadden to hear about the lost of your mother, Ms Lula Mae Walton. May she rest in peace.

  8. James and Jackie Keith

    My deepest condolences to the Walton family. May God give you peace and strength during this time. Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning! Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal! Trust God and stand on His promises. He will never leave you or forsake you. God bless you all! ❤❤

  9. I love you Granny Watch over us & guide us

  10. To Dionne and Lamont I’m praying for you guys I knew how much Granny meant to you both my condolences to the entire family…. May she rest peacefully.

  11. Eric and Caroline Gaston

    Sincerest Condolences and Deepest Sympathy to the ENTIRE Walton family. RIP Granny — You were such a beautiful and fun person and I’m so glad our paths crossed.

  12. My deepest condolences to the Walton family. May God keep you amidst your mourning and keep you covered with his grace.

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