Audrey Wallace

7 Condolences

7 Condolences

  1. Condolences to the whole Wallace clan, can’t believe I’ve known you for 50 years. I learned a lot about being a wife and mother from Audrey. She was a pro. She opened my eyes ? to many things. I’m very grateful for her presence in my life. She never made me feel excluded after I became an ex-in-law. The power of family transcends all barriers. Love you Audrey, tell Bill I said “hey” from Texas. Love Deborreh

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  2. Our heartfelt sympathies to the Wallace family for your loss. We are praying for the peace of the Lord for all of you. Audrey will be greatly missed, but we pray you take comfort that she is resting in Jesus. She was well-loved by her family and friends, this was obvious to all of us that knew Audrey and her kind and compassionate family. Praying for all of you during this time. With Love, Ken and Michele Christian

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  3. I am honored to have known Audrey. She was such a wonderful lady and she will truly be missed. ♥️
    Sincere condolences to Debbie, Lee and family.
    Pam Webb Henry

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  4. I had the Honor and privilege of being Audrey’s hairdresser for many years and not only did she touch my life, but everyone she met she left a warm and lasting impression. I always enjoyed our talks and listening to her break into a little Diddy from back in the day or listing to her memories from all her adventures but most of all her wicked sense of humor. The memory I will carry with me is Audrey’s hugs, she gave the Best hugs ever❣️I loved her very much and feel better having known her❣️❣️

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  5. Ms. Audrey was always a kind woman to my wife and I. We only knew her during the last couple years of her life as we would provide the Body of Christ to her after we attended Mass at St. Luke Church. She loved to reminisce about the past and we enjoyed listening. She often talked about the books she had read. Unfortunately the pandemic would not allow us to visit her after Church and we are saddened that we weren’t able to say good by in person. We know she will enjoy eternal life with her husband and our Holy Family in Heaven! God Bless your soul Ms. Audrey.

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  6. Audrey always had a smile and a hug for you when visiting her. She would say, “ Just push the clothes over and sit down,” Audrey shared amazing stories of her life as she lived in such interesting times.. During my beginning violin lessons she always encouraged me and told me I was improving. I miss Audrey and our talks and will remember her every time I play my violin. Love you, Debbie Cunningham

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  7. My mom was a very loving a caring wife and mother to the six kids. I have a memory that my mom and dad went to a baseball game with my church family that was a happy time that I remember. She is going to be miss and love she was always their for me the good time and bad times. She was also a very loving wife to her her husband William. I will alwyays have a special place in my heart from your younger daughter Beth Ann Wallace

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