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In Loving Memory

Wallace, Paula A.

Paula met the suffering of ten lifetimes with the strength of ten.  She was disabled at 17 and bore more hardships than others could have endured.  She completed high school despite her disabilities.  She struggled all of her life, but the last 15 years of her life were especially clouded by illness.  She finally succumbed to cancer.  That cloud has now lifted.  Paula is free of her earthly burdens.  Paula’s suffering is over and she is at peace.  She has been met by her parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, godparents, friends and neighbors.  There is no pain, only rejoicing and laughing and singing.

Beloved daughter of the late Sterling E. Wallace and the late Augustine Wallace;  beloved sister of the late Peggy (RJ) Rice, Sterling G. (Susan) Wallace and Stanley Wallace;  dearest Aunt of Adam and Gregory (Cassandra) Wallace and Jill Rice;  dear godmother, cousin and friend.  Dear goddaughter of Vicki Heritz and dear friend of Tina Weber.

Visitation Friday, February 23, 10:30 A.M. at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church St. Louis, MO  followed by 12:00 Noon Mass.  Interment Mt. Hope Mausoleum.  In lieu of flowers, Masses preferred.


8 thoughts on “Wallace, Paula A.”

  1. My prayers are with Paula and her family. She had the most beautiful smile and contagious laughter. I”‘ll forever remember her as a joyful person. Love you always and may god bless.
    Love your cousin, Patricia

  2. We have been praying for Paula a long time.
    She showed great courage in dealing with her injuries.
    She was a beautiful cousin with a pleasing personality.
    She is now with God.
    Our love to her,
    Fred Scarpace and wife, Phyllis

  3. I’ll never forget when we all got together as kids at Grandma and Grandpas. I remember your laugh and hard time you gave me as a kid. Sorry I did not keep in touch.
    God bless,

    Art Scarpace

  4. Paula was a courageous woman…I remember what a beautiful young girl she was. Her life changed in her late teens and I saw her struggle and carry on with what she had to deal with…RIP Paula you deserve your reward.

  5. Dear cousin Paula, I will remember you always by your lovely smile, sense of humor and laughter. May you find peace in God’s love and light for all of eternity. With love, Marie.

  6. What a lovely person she always was! I have many happy childhood memories of Sundays at Grandpa & Grandma’s with her and the rest of the cousins. Her joy for life and her sense of humor never diminished. She will always be fondly remembered and hold a special place in my heart.

  7. Brave and resilient , Paula lived her life in the best way she knew how after the terrible accident that took away her young dreams.
    I know your in Heaven making jokes and goofing around with Peg.🩵


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