Arizona Reynolds Wall was born January 25, 1939, in Gainesville, Georgia, to Quentin Roosevelt Reynolds and Maggie Viola Smith Reynolds, along with a twin sister. Quickly given the names of Arizona and Utah and not being expected to live, her 16 ounce twin died after living one day and 14 ounce Arizona valiantly lived for over 82 years, passing away on February 9, 2021, in Durango, Colorado, surrounded by her family.
She was raised in Gainesville, Georgia and went to East Hall High School. She married William Crawford Wall on June 27, 1959, in Gainesville, Georgia. They moved out west living mostly in Pagosa Springs, Colorado as they raised their children. She was known as “Zonie” by all her family and friends from this time on.
Zonie was a hard worker, a homemaker, a devoted wife and mother, and a loving grandmother and great-grandmother. She had a gentle and kind soul, offering love to everyone around her.
She enjoyed creating things with yarn and made beautiful Afghans, kitchen and decorative items. She loved to watch game shows, especially “Wheel of Fortune.”
She was easy going, good natured and cheerful and enjoyed finding something to laugh about. She enjoyed country music and hymns.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had a solid faith in God.
She loved her children to visit and to hear from loved ones who were far away by telephone.
She is survived by her husband William Crawford Wall, her children Mary Ann (Troy) Olsen of Kaysvillle, UT, Martha (Ruben) Romero and Calvin Wall of Aztec, NM; grandchildren, Jesse Romero, Celeste (Jon) Miller, Danielle Olsen, Brandon, Casey and Brittany Thames and 5 great-grandchildren; and one Brother, Rogers Reynolds of Gainesville, GA.
She is preceded in death by her parents, parents-in-law, two sisters and one brother.
Viewing is at 1:00pm and Services are at 2:00pm at the Bayfield Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday, February 13, 2021.
Interment at Pine River Cemetery, Bayfield, Colorado.