H. James Wallace M.D. Jr.

Rutland, Vermont


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H. James Wallace Jr., M.D., of Rutland, died on August 8 at the Meadows at East Mountain following a long illness. Jim was born on August 15, 1930 in South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts, the son of H. James Wallace and Evelyn Mason Wallace. He graduated from Bellows Free Academy in Saint Albans,...

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Jim was a very special person and a physician with great talent. His resilience and optimism was infectious. Many of us benefited from his teaching and perseverance. It was his smile and pleasant personality even in the face of adversity that will never be forgotten.

I am deeply sorrowed to hear of Dr. Wallace's passing. He was a great man who helped me through the toughest time of my life as a young patient of his. My heart goes out to the Wallace family in your time of loss.

Dear Wallace Family, I'm truly sorry for your loss. Dr. Wallace saved my life. When I met him over 31 years ago I had been given a terminal diagnosis. We were devastated. He gave me the assurance that he would do everything he could to help me. His calm, gentle manner was magical. I believed that he would save me and he did. My family and I can never repay his kindness. You were blessed to have such a wonderful human being in your lives. I will pray for you and him forever.

To the Wallace Family,

Our sincere condolences to you at this time....

Prayers for a great Family / Man.

Wallace family,
Words cannot express the heartbreak so many feel loosing Jim. He was a joy to be around to so many, bright eyes and a smile for anyone who needed it. I will miss him so much, sending you all hugs and smiles to anyone who had the pleasure of knowing such an amazing man.

Liz and family - I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you and sending hugs and prayers during this difficult time.

Dear Dotty, Jim, Liz and John,

Please accept my sincere condolences to the entire family. I have many fond memories of Dr. Wallace, including his community involvement that made a such a huge difference in people's lives. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

John, Rose, Morgan & Jack~
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Michele, Matthew & Michaela