Bobby J. Wallace

Tyler, Texas, Texas

6/27/1947 - 6/3/2016


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Bobby passed away Friday, June 3rd, 2016. He was the oldest of 8 children. He was born in Whitehouse Texas on June 27th, 1947 to Bill Wallace and Jewel Owens Wallace. He was a member of Park Heights Assembly of God in Tyler for 23 years, where he and his wife had a Music Ministry. He was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years Elaine Wallace, his parents and Brothers Max Wayne Wallace, Billy Fred Wallace, and Charlie Wallace, and sister Katie Louis Wallace: Mother in law Audrey Russell, brother in law James Lewis Russell, and sisters in laws Mary Gray and Rita Tucker. He was also preceded by his daughter in law Jennifer Wallace, nieces Shanin Clossen and Brooke Wallace, and nephews Theron Wayne Wallace and Sammy Wayne Wallace. Bobby was survived by oldest daughter Brenda Brungot of Tyler, daughter Symantha and Bryant Simmons of Tyler, only son Bobby Wallace, Jr. and wife Tammy of Lindale Texas; 9 grandkids and 9 great grandkids; brother Perry and Barbara Wallace of Ukappa Ca.; sisters Elizabeth and Ron Frater of Lindale, Tx.; Audra and Maurice Blanton of Tyler, Tx.; sisters in laws Patsy and Hershel O'Kelley of Anniston, Al., Dale Bedwell of Tyler, Tx.; Joyce Phillips of Edom, Tx.; Deborah and Bill Kidd of Tyler, Tx.; and Peggy and Larry Moffiet of Bullard, Tx, and Betty Russell of Tyler, Tx. He also was survived by 48 nieces and nephews and numerous great nieces and nephews. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Monday, June 6, 2016 graveside at Tyler Memorial Park with Rev. Jamie Eitson officiating. Visitation will be 4-6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. To view online go to

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Did Bobby serve in Korea with the Bayonet Chorale?And did he sing. If it was the Bobby I knew he was a great guy and had a good voice.
Iam very sorry for your loss.

Brothers... Perry, Charles & Bobby Wallace

Praise God for the love of this man. You will be truly missed. Our condolences to the family. May all your hearts heal with precious memories.

It had been a long time since I saw Bobby and Elaine. Just thinking back when I was little and was around them. lot of good memories. Sorry for your loss. Bobbi (Mitchell) Strickland

Bobby was a wonderful friend and coworker.He always had a smile for everyone. no matter how rough things got Bobby had a way of making people laugh.