Walter Sapp Obituary, Death – Walter Anthony Sapp entered this world on the eighth of July in the year 1951. Both of his parents had already passed away before he was born; their names were Walter Clyde Sapp and Eleanor Jane Wilson. It was his mother and father who passed away before he did. His wife, Jeannie Sapp, is a member of the family that he has abandoned, and she is one of the people he has abandoned. Evan Sapp, Ryan Sapp, Karl Sapp, and his wife Ida, and Michael Sapp and his wife Liz are the children that Michael and Elizabeth Sapp have welcomed into the world. Both David Sapp and his wife Tani, as well as Stephen Sapp and his wife Ashley, are a part of this family.

Jennifer Sapp and Christine Stoner, are both his daughters. Additionally, his sisters Paula Wilson and Wayne Wilson, in addition to his sister Claudia Gustafson, who is his brother. On May 6, 1972, Walt and Jeannie tied the knot, and they are now the proud grandparents of 15 children and 8 grandchildren who are all of their own blood. Walt began his 16-year career in the maritime industry as a Ship’s Carpenter in a variety of shipyards after completing his high school education and working for a survey crew for a year following graduation. After uprooting his family and moving them to the state of Idaho in 1996, he eventually built a home in the town of Potlatch with the help of his father-in-law and his older sons.

He worked for the Idaho Transportation Department up until the year 2016 when he decided to take early retirement instead of continuing his employment there. Walt was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, and cheering on the Gonzaga Bulldogs, Seattle Seahawks, and Seattle Mariners, his favorite sports teams. He was a fan of the Seattle Seahawks. He also had a passion for working with children and volunteered for the Awana Clubs for the better part of four decades, during which time he shared stories of his devotion to his faith with boys of school age.

During this time, he also worked with the Awana Clubs. He had a profound affection for his grandchildren, and it was one of his most fervent hopes that he would remain in their memories for the rest of their lives. It is a wonderful legacy that he has left for his family that they have a strong work ethic, a love for country music that tells stories, the ability to think outside the box, and an exceptional mastery of storytelling. He has left them all of these things because he wanted them to have them.