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April 28, 2015

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October 11, 2013
To the Wallace family, my deepest sympathy for your lost. I attended PCHS Class of 1986 and Coach Wallace was my coach from 1984-1986. He will be greatly missed. RIP Coach.
October 11, 2013
Mr Wallace you will always have a place in my life. Nothing like another father figure.
October 11, 2013
Mr. Wallace was perhaps the most influential man in my teenage life. At a time when I wanted to just run away from the troubles in my life he taught me the benefits of channeling that energy in positive ways. After only a few short weeks I began to believe in my abilities to overcome what I thought were obstacles and achieve great things both on and off the track. It's comforting to know he's standing on the other side of The finish line encouraging us all still.
October 10, 2013
Coach Wally you will always be missed and never forgotten. I ran for you and then had the great pleasure to go to college and become your fraternity brother and the fun begin. I had the pleasure to coach with you during a very successful run where other teams did not want to see us at the meets. We would take teams to two different meets and win them both. I love you Wally. All the time and calls we had talking ways to score points at meets was priceless. I will miss the talks with you and Buff. Thank you for everything. Patterson Co-op class of 77.
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