Wallace-Stovall-Obituary

Wallace O. Stovall Jr.

Tampa, Florida

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Larry & Jacksie, so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Connie & Lynn

I knew Mr Stovall for six years and there are not many men you can say were an honor to know but he truly was. I worked for him as his cleaning lady and he never ceased to amaze me. He was my hero and I told him all the time. He will be greatly missed.

"WO" we will all miss you. Our lives all a little better for knowing you. Thank you. -Bruce Orand

My deepest sympathies to Captain Stovall's family. He was a man I much admired, he lived on the crest of history. I wish a book had been written about his life. Now your time has come to put to sea one last time. May you have fair weather.
Good bye Sir...

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Sorry for your loss to the Stovall Family. I met Wally and his family back in the fifties when my family had their sailboat docked at Majorie Park. We became friends and later lost touch...but good memories.

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Wallace's Obituary

STOVALL, JR., Wallace O., 93, passed away Dec. 16, 2012. He was born in Tampa on January 24, 1919 to parents Wallace O. Stovall and Doris Knight Stovall. He lived in Tarpon Springs since 1979. He was preceded in death by his companion, O. Louis Heyliger, and son, Wallace O. Stovall, III. He was...

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