Community Partners:

  • All-Tex Irrigation

  • John Begnaud

  • Sam Carter Concrete and Construction

  • City Lumber and Wholesale

  • Concho Concrete

  • Leroy Ferguson

  • Charlie Halfmann

  • Hoelscher Pump and Supply

  • Lowe's Mueller Metals, Inc.

  • Scherz Nursery

  • Jeanie and Daryl Schniers

  • Teresa and Frankie Schwartz

  • The Tree Spade

  • Wal-Mart

  • Westlake Hardware


  • Angelo Driving Academy, Inc

  • Big Burger

  • Nancy Book

  • Bowman, Inc.

  • Tommy Chapman

  • Chick-Fil-A

  • Concho Valley Electric Cooperative

  • Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cotton

  • Pam and Ross Dutton

  • Gentle Touch Autowash

  • Tempe Gerngross

  • Weldon and Pat Gray

  • Leonard and Sandra Jansa

  • Kelly-Moore Paint Co., Inc.

  • Jane and Scott Letbetter

  • Mollie and Friends

  • Pecos Feed & Supply

  • Bobby Peiser

  • Nannie Pope

  • Quizno's

  • Sam Rodriquez

  • Rosa's Cafe

  • Sherwin Williams

  • Sonic Drive In

  • Terry Long Insurance Agency

  • Tippets. . .The Salon

  • University Student Book Store

  • US Tech

  • Village Barber Shop

  • Wall Cooperative Gin

  • Wall High School Future Teachers Association

  • Wall High School Student Council

  • Wall Young Homemaker's

  • Wal-Mart

  • Cynthia Watkins

  • Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ray Wilde

  • Rudy Zavala

Garden Angels:

  • Anderson Tile Sales

  • Concho Carpet One

  • Lanier Duderstadt

  • Luis Galarza

  • J.D. Gressett

  • Dolores and Frank Gully

  • Brad and Deborah Hajovsky

  • Frank Hermesmeyer

  • Ed and Shirley Huston

  • John Paul Lee

  • Dean and Suzette McIntyre

  • Mister Landscape

  • Olive's Nursery

  • Kirby Rankin

  • John and Jo Beth Tonne

  • Jesse and Janie Trevino

  • Christine Wilde

  • Clariece and Tony Wilde


  • Robert and Karen Brest

  • Mark and Dorothy Denis

  • Patti and Craig Grote

  • Charles and Sheila Halfmann

  • Keepsakes Ceramics

  • Florine Kellermeier

  • Reenie and Bill Pegram

  • National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution- Pocohantas Chapter

  • Raymond James Financial Service, Inc.

  • Sefcik Construction

  • Betty Schwartz

  • Connie and Kenny Strube

  • Tom Tate

  • Texas Forest Service: Ron Perry

  • Wall High School National Honor Society


Strube Memorial

Cellestene StrubeCellestene "Sally" Ann Mees Strube

Celestene "Sally" Ann Mees Strube was born March 31, 1922, in Westphalia, Texas. When she was four years old, she moved to the Lipan Flats near Wall and attended St. Anthony's Catholic School and Veribest School. During World War II, she served in the WAVES. After the war, she married Gilbert Strube on February 11, 1947, at St. Ambrose Catholic Church.

Sally and Gilbert had seven children: Ann, Jimmy, Theresa, Thomas, Clair, Kenny, and Laura. They also have seventeen grandchildren. Until Sally's death on August 16, 2000, she was an active member of her community and her church. She always loved gardening and taking care of her plants and flowers. Grandma will be honored, knowing that there is a memorial for her in Wall's Garden of Imagination.

We love you, Grandma,

Kenny, Connie, Lindsey, and Slayton

Bench was donated as a memorial to Grandma Strube



Pegram Memorial

Amy Kathleen Pegram, 17, of San Angelo went to be with the Lord on May 18, 1999. Amy was born Oct. 28, 1981, in Goldsboro, N.C., to Reenie and Bill Pegram. Amy was a junior at Wall High School and had attended schools in North Carolina and San Antonio where she was on the drill team. She was in health occupations classes at Wall High School and worked at San Angelo Community Medical Center. Amy loved life and people and lived life to the very fullest.

She loved her Lord and shared that love with others in all she did. Amy had strong Christian convictions and often stood up for her beliefs even when it wasn't the popular thing to do. Amy's smile would light up a room, and it touched everyone. She always made everyone feel special. Heaven is richer today because of Amy's presence. We already miss her dearly. Survivors include her parents, Reenie and Bill Pegram, and her brother, Will Pegram, all of the home; maternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Whatley of Durham, N.C.; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Pegram of Henderson, N.C.; aunts and uncles, Amy and Jerry Lapp of Delaware, Joe and Cathy Whatley, Julian Pegram, Bobby and Beth Pegram and Walter and Kim Pegram, all of North Carolina; and numerous cousins.

A Desert Willow tree was donated in Amy's Honor.