[Funeral Program for Laurie Lee Wallace, November 18, 2006] Page: 2 of 3
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Laurie Lee Wallace was born to Ellie Clark
and Gracie Scott in muldoon, Texas on
november 15, 1921. she went to be with the
lord on November 3, 2006 at 4am. She
resided in los angeles california where she
ATTENDED WEST LOS ANGELES CHURCH
UNDER PASTOR CHARLES E. BLAKE. SHE SERVED IN
THE CHURCH AS CHUCH MOTHER AND WAS
District Missionary as well. She also served
15 years in the IRS and retired in 2005. she
will be remembered for her relationship
with Christ her outgoing personality,
her beauty, and her energetic attitude. she
was a loving sister, mother, grandmother,
aunt, friend, and sister in christ to many.
she will truly be missed.
proceeded in death by:
(husband) herman wallace (children) willis "bill"
Henson, Ora Lee Davis
surviving daughter: gracie bishop
Surviving Sisters: Clara Whiting, Lena Clark, Martha
Paige, Emma Kindred
Kim Ruiz (I'm Home)
scripture and prayer:
(two minutes please)
Nephews and Grandchildren
*Burial Ceremony at Meadowlawn Cemetary*
^Fellowship dinner At Clara Whitings House*
The family of Mrs. Laura Lee Wallace is deeply
grateful for all expressions of love and kindness
shown during this time. whatever you may have
done to console our hearts will forever be re-
membered with gratitude. may god bless each and
everyone of you.
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