Wallace D. Newman

Bryan, Texas

1926 - 2018


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Wallace D. Newman was born on October 3, 1926, to Grover Cleveland and Elna Crawford Newman in Anchorage, Texas. Graduating early from Freer High School in 1945, he was drafted into the U.S. Army at the end of WWII. After serving his time, he was discharged and went to work for Oil Well Supply in...

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Sorry to hear of Mr. Newman. The Newmans lived across the street from us on Anderson for years. They were wonderful people. GOD Bless! Homer and Belia Garcia were my parents. They have both gone with our Lord.

Corpus Christi Tx.

I am sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort ease your grief. Remember that He cares for us. - 1Peter 5:6,7

Wallace was an awesome man. I always loved going to Sue and Wallace's home in Alice for CP&L functions and to see their beautiful backyard and deck. Oh, and I can't forget the Christmas Village Trips. Prayers and sincere condolences for the family.

What a great man! I still remember Wallace coaching the St Elizabeth's softball team. He was so encouraging to everyone.

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Carol and David Welsch

Condolences to the family... I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Newman a few years ago... he and I sat and talked... actually I listened, because he had great stories to tell and I left that day in awe of him and his life and his service to our country. It was a blessing to have meet him... rest in heaven Mr Wallace until we meet again...

Wallace shared his love, gifts and stories, along with his devotion to our Lord, to each of us everyday! He was a fine example of a patriot and Christian, praying daily for all of us! Though we are sad for him to leave us, we also are ecstatic at the joy he now finds in the arms of Jesus. Rest well faithful servant! You will be missed!

B&T, Hugs to you and your entire family. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

Loving thoughts and prayers for Sue and the Newman family. A special man he will be missed.