Matthew Walls Obituary, Death – Matthew P. Walls, 45, died unexpectedly on December 7, 2022. Matt was born in Onondaga, New York on June 14, 1977. He and his family first lived in Syracuse, New York, before relocating to the Reading area of Pennsylvania when he was a child. Matt was born in Onondaga County. Matt had a distinct drive, talent, and creative ability from an early age. As he progressed through his adolescence and into his early adulthood, it was evident that he possessed business intelligence and an entrepreneurial spirit. Before embarking on his highly successful career in pharmaceutical procurement, he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, and Marketing from The Wharton School in 2004. He had already established himself in the field prior to that.
Matthew prioritized his education and career advancement, and as a result, he got a Master of Science degree in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012. His hobbies and interests included going to the beach, golfing, and thrift store shopping. His favorite pleasure, though, was relaxing by a pool or on a sunny beach, preferably in a tropical setting. Amanda, Matt’s wife of 23 years, and their children Emerson and Ethan will be the only people who remember him once he’s gone. In addition, his brother James Walls, sister Kristi Diaz, brother-in-law Jose Diaz, nephews and niece Evan, Eli, Lilia, and Samuel, as well as many other members of his extended family, friends, and coworkers, will miss him greatly.
Matthew was a man whose unbounded energy and kindness exemplified the meaning of his name, which means “God’s gift,” and who will live on in infamy forever. It is comforting to know that Matt is now with the Lord, whom he declared to be his Savior and worked hard to follow since he was a child. A private memorial service will be held for immediate family members and close friends. Donations to help cover his family’s living expenses should be sent to Post Office Box 882, Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067, in lieu of flowers.