Jenna-Wallace-Obituary

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Jenna R. Wallace

Tyler, Texas

Jul 2, 1934 – Dec 24, 2020

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BORN
July 2, 1934
DIED
December 24, 2020
LOCATION
Tyler, Texas

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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

Jenna Wallace passed away on Thursday, December 24, 2020 at Christus Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler, TX.  She was born on July 2, 1934 in Dallas, TX to the late Charles and Dorothy (Cox) Wallace.  Jenna lived in Tyler for the last 30 years.  She enjoyed reading, singing and creating flower arrangements.  She was also a Pastor’s wife and a member of Calvary Assembly of God Church in Tyler, TX.  Jenna is survived by her husband of 69 years, Bob F. Wallace of Tyler; daughters, Carol Evans and Pamela Davis and her husband Danny; sister Patricia Matthews; grandchildren, Raegan Quesenberry, Scott Davis, and Kimberly Murphy and her husband Scott; great-grandchildren, Abigail Quesenberry, Logan Murphy and Sean Murphy.  Family and friends are invited to celebrate her life on Saturday, January 2, 2021 at Calvary Assembly of God Church in Tyler at 11 am.

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Ill miss you aunt jenna. When i was going thru a hard time you were the one who was there for me, id start to feel down and want to give up .. then i would hear my name called for mail... Yup it was you auntie. Thank you for everything. I love you.

Our condolences to the family!

Lots of special memories of Jenna (as well as of Bobby and the girls) in the 1960s in Emory, Texas.

I know she loved her family and church. I have lived in the same neighborhood as their family for over 20 years. She will be missed by all. But she is so gong with the angels now in heaven. Prayers fir her family.

Words cannot describe the wonderful memories that we have experienced over many years with the Wallace family. They were our pastors & dearest friends. Sister Jenna was a very sweet, godly woman who always showed a patient and loving spirit. She is now receiving her rewards for her faithfulness & devotion to our Lord. We will one day soon meet again around God's throne, what a great day that will be! Our prayers will continue for Bro Wallace & the girls.

I love you Aunt Jenna may you rest in God beautiful arms you beautiful ANGLE. Love Shelly Matthews

Anyone that knew my Aunt Jenna would say she was the sweetest and nicest person they ever met. We will miss her smile her laughter and most of all her kindness.

I knew Brother Bobby and Sister Jenna and their family many years ago, when Brother Bobby worked for my dad. They were precious people back then, and I'm sure that has not changed. Love and condolences to all of Sister Jenna's family.