I knew Mr. Wallace and his beautiful wife when I worked with Pete at St. Joseph's Hospital in the ER. My love and prayers to the family.
I had Professor Wallace for first year Property in 1970. He is the primary reason I stayed in law school and have had a succesful career. I'm sure he will be missed.
A true original who will not soon be forgotten by any of his students, nay, to forget him would be far harder than "doing back flips naked down State Street with your hair on fire," to quote the great man himself!
Thank you, Professor Wallace, for leaving an indelible mark on all who knew you.
We always enjoyed our visits with Frank and Joyce. He was a big man in more ways than just his 6'3" frame.
Our condolences to Joyce and the family. We'll miss the "Duke". Martha and Jim McCarty
"Fran" to the Buhrmaster family and "Uncle X" to me-we loved him and treasured our visits together. My favorite memories were sailing with them at Lake Champlain and his visits to Camden, South Carolina to see Dad(Don Buhrmaster). They were lifetime friends. I'll miss them both!
Betsy Buhrmaster Cooper
There will never be another like THE DUKE. A great and brilliant man, and a caring professor. He could also slam a book like no other... His lessons will live on in all of us for a very long time. I will miss him tremendously.
My condolences to Joyce and the rest of the family.
Susan M. Halpern
My Condolences, God Comfort all who knew Mr Wallace.
Frank had an Extra Class Amateur Radio License, the Highest Class available to Hams, his Call Sign was W2GKN.
W2GKN Silent Key