Wallace Wilson Fleetwood Jr., M.D.
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Wallace Wilson Fleetwood Jr., M.D. 1926-2020. Dr. Fleetwood died on October 5th, 2020 in Cypress. Texas at age 94. He was a native of Atlanta, GA and was predeceased by his parents, Wallace Wilson Fleetwood, Sr. and Vashti Armstrong Fleetwood. He is survived by his wife of sixty-three years, Penelope Martin Fleetwood, children Ann Poelma (Tom) of Fairport, NY, Victoria Ginger (Elliott) of Cypress, TX and Michael Fleetwood (Mable) of Morris Plains, NJ. Grandchildren Eric and Emily Poelma, Allison, Christopher and Claire Ginger, Clayton and Harrison Fleetwood, great-granddaughter Chloe Ginger, sister Ann Fleetwood Martin of High Point, NC as well as many other relatives and friends. Dr. Fleetwood served in the US Army Air Corps in World War II. A service was held at the National Veterans Cemetery in Houston. He was a graduate of the Medical College of Georgia and completed his psychiatric training at Charity Hospital in New Orleans. He maintained a private psychiatric practice in New Orleans for thirty-two years. He was past president of DePaul Hospital Medical Staff and served as Chairman of East Jefferson Hospital's psychiatric department continuing on the emeritus staff until his death. Dr. Fleetwood lived in New Orleans from 1954 until 2005 before relocating to the Houston area. Dr. Fleetwood was an avid bridge player, achieving Life Master ranking. He and his wife traveled extensively, visiting on all continents except Antarctica. If you wish to send a remembrance, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer's Association.

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Published in The Times-Picayune from Oct. 17 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 17, 2020

so sorry ... I will pray to him for your family.
Chris & Ron Pospisil
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