On a Monday, May 15th of, 1967, Johan Wall Krahn was born in Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua, Mexico. He was born as the fifth Son of Enrique Wall and Tina Krahn. He grew up in a household of 4 brothers and one adopted sister in Campo 105, Cuauhtemoc, Chih. Mexico, where he also attended primary school.
With his father being ill and in need of Hemodialysis, he attended nursing school in El Paso, Texas, specializing as a Hemodialysis Technician. He gained his interest in Medicine at this time, which led him to pursue this as a career path later in life.
He got baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit on June 23rd, 1985, in a church in Campo 105. Attending Church was of great importance to him.
On August 10th, 1986, He married his best friend Getruda Wolfe Rempel, and they made their home in Campo 105. In their marriage, God blessed them with Two Children, Ruben and Angelica. The great love, support, and care for his children were evident. Rarely were they dropped off with a babysitter. Attending church was not optional. His wish was for all his Children and Grandchildren to attend church and learn about our Savior. He has often said I want to be with all my family in heaven. His children’s education was essential to him, and he supported them in all their pursuits to better themselves.
Johan was full of life and productivity. He was a farmer, had an orchard, and raised cattle for others while working as a Sales Representative for his brother’s corn seed company. The corn farm was vital to him as He regularly had record-beating yields. Later he managed a fertilizer company with his brother while also farming. Business, in general, was second nature to him. After the passing of one of his brothers, who owned a pharmacy, he opened a Pharmacy and a store that he and his wife managed. His passion remained in practicing Medicine. After selling some assets and focusing primarily on the pharmacy, he got his professional license to practice Medicine which he did for the remainder of his career.
He saw a significant need to improve the medical services offered in his rural community. He was the leader in bringing Emergency Medical Services to a rural community through the Mexican Red Cross, which has led to many saved lives. This is a significant accomplishment from which the community continues to benefit.
His hobbies included Hunting, Target Shooting, Drag Racing, and Shopping.
He continued to live and work in Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua, Mexico. After multiple car accidents and health complications, his health, unfortunately, deteriorated at a rapid pace in the last ten years. Due to health reasons, he retired at a younger than average age, and they decided to move to Roxton, Texas, to live close to his Children and Grandchildren. He resided in Roxton, Texas, for One year and three months, spending time with the love of his life, children, and grandchildren.
On Saturday, July 30th, 2022, he suddenly collapsed and fell. The initial diagnosis was blood loss due to an internal bleed but got critical after discovering a pulmonary embolism which was the cause of his death. He was flown to Medical City Hospital in Plano, Texas, to seek more advanced medical care. That evening at approximately 11:30 pm, he parted to be in his eternal home. Here He will wait without pain for his family and friends. He reached an age of 55 years, 2 months and 15 days.
He was preceded in death by His parents, Enrique and Tina Wall, and brothers, Unnamed Boy Wall, Abraham Wall, Heinrich Wall, and Brother in Law Jacob Neufeld.
Johan is survived by his loving wife Getruda Wall, Son Ruben Wall with his wife Esther, and grandchildren Knox Baron and Falkon Seth. Daughter Angelica Wall with grandchildren Hailey Angelique and Kira Soleil. His Brother Pedro Wall, Sister Sarah Neufeld, nieces, nephews, cousins, and countless friends.
He is remembered for his generosity, enormous heart to help wherever he could, easy way of making a person smile, and quick-to-forgive attitude.
During the last times, he has continuously expressed gratitude for all visitors, prayers, help, and the meals they received.