In loving memory of
Donald Benjamin Walls
Born May 1 1960 went home September 2 2017
Donald Benjamin Walls was born May 1,1960, to the late
Bennie Walls and Margaret Broadway. He is preceded in death by
his parents and two brothers; William (Tony) Grayson and
Donald was a very charismatic and loving guy. He loved the Lord
and got saved at a young age. Donald developed a passion for
acting and loved being on stage. He graduated from Columbia
College with a bachelor degree in Liberal Arts.
He went on to Hollywood to pursue his acting career and appeared
in some t.v. shows and he also pursued modeling which was
another passion of his. Donald had many talents and skills. Before
he went home to be with the Lord he was currently living out his
dreams acting on stage again with the Zamya Theater.
Those left to cherish his memory are: two sons Donald Benjamin
II of Burbank CA, Bronson Zins of Bloomington MN;
two daughters, Brooke Zins of Bloomington MN and Brittany
Zins of Bloomington MN; two grandsons, Zavian Allen Zins and
Elijah Sky Zins; two brothers, Shawn Grayson of Minneapolis MN
and Ira Broadway of St.Paul MN; his 4 sisters, Thirisia (Shon)
Laster of Coon Rapids MN, Michelle Pauldon of Rolling IL,
Maliek K. Walls of Chicago IL and Kimberly and husband
Jeffery “Jazz” Jones of North Las Vegas NV
and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Remembering You Always
We will never forget his laugh, his smile, the joy he brings when he
walks into the room. The Love he has for his friends & family was
unconditional. His beautiful soul inspired many people,
and now his soul is living in heaven with the Lord.
It's not goodbye, it's not the end.
His flesh is here, but he is living on in a new beautiful life.
He would want us to stay positive through this time, because he is
watching us from heaven filled with joy with our Lord Jesus Christ.
Staying positive doesn’t necessarily mean being happy all the time.
It just means you know how to be optimistic & hopeful during hard
God will never leave us empty, that is why we all have each other to
get us through this time of pain.
Remember God will never give you more than you can handle.
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
Let's stay strong for Big Don, we shall see him again!
Forever In Our Hearts