George "Wayne" Wallace (1931 - 2013)

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George "Wayne" Wallace, 81, went home to his heavenly father Saturday, February 9, 2013. He was born in Lynette, Chambers Co., Alabama on July 29, 1931, the son of Bessie and G. W. Wallace. He served his country in the U. S. Navy from 1952 to 1956 and married Fannie (Christine) Bruce in 1955. In 1971 he relocated to Satellite Beach, FL and Christine later passed away.

In 1973, he married Joyce Mair and life, with a active family of seven children, presented many magnificent memories. He was employed then at Mil-Air and Heat and later at Johnson Controls.

Wayne was a truly devoted husband, loving father, and wonderful friend to many. Married just shy of 40 years, Wayne and Joyce enjoyed taking road trips throughout the country. They've visited all 50 of the United States.

He was an active member in the Azan Shriners, participating in the Clowns, Director's Staff, Dune Buggy, and Corvettes Units. A Master Mason of the Harbor City Lodge # 318, Wayne received his 50 year certificate in 2011.

He will be greatly missed by his wife, Joyce Mair Wallace; his children and their spouses, Julie and Randy Bagamary, Terry and Maria Wallace, Laurie and Quentin Cooper, Allan and Suzanne Mair, Sidney and Kathy Mair, Daryl and Sharlene Mair, Joy and Gary Willis; 15 grandchildren, Melanie (Jose) Chinchilla, Christopher (Tonia) Bagamary, Jeremy (Kelli) Bagamary, Timothy (Ashley) Bagamary, Rachel (Christopher) Powers, Bryan Cooper, Allan Mathew Mair, Adam Mair, Jay Mair, Karli Mair, Zachary Mair, Alyssa Mair, Amber Clore, Kelly Clore, and Jim Clore; 9 great grandchildren Josiah Chinchilla, Chloe and Maylee Bagamary, Joshua Bagamary, Tallisyn, Bailey, Carissa, Brant Powers, and Deagan Lester.

A celebration of his life along with a Masonic Service, will be held on Thursday, February 21 at 6:30 PM Pineda Presbyterian Church, 5650 N. Wickham Rd., Palm Shores, FL 32940.

In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations in his memory be made to the Azan Shrine Center, or to Promise In Brevard in honor of his grandson Bryan Cooper, (www.promiseinbrevard.com).

Published in FLORIDA TODAY from Feb. 15 to Feb. 17, 2013
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