Molly Yvonne Wallace

March 4, 1932 - November 28, 2021
Molly Yvonne Wallace

With heavy heart and great sorrow, the family announces the passing of their cherished mother and grandmother, Molly Yvonne Wallace in Williamsburg, Virginia last Sunday, November 28th, 2021.

 

Taking solace in the knowledge of 2 Corinthians 5:8, We are confident, I say, and would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord., the family celebrates the certainty that she is now carefree and full of joy with her heavenly Father.

 

Molly is pre-deceased by her loving husband of 54 years, Donald Reid Wallace, a beloved daughter, Shane Camille Cox-Wallace, three sisters and sons-in-law, and two precious grandchildren.

 

Molly was a long-time resident of Fairland, Oklahoma and is survived by her daughters: Letitia Cox-Wallace of Fairland, Oklahoma, Roxanna Snell of Fairland, Oklahoma, and Deborah Malin of Arizona City, Arizona.  And by her nine grandchildren: David Fenske of Fairland, Oklahoma, Greg Fenske of Williamsburg, Virginia, Melissa Gradwohl of Lebanon, Oregon, Kristy Moore of Salem, Oregon, Maegan Snell of Shedd, Oregon, Katherine Snell of Salem, Oregon, Samantha Kelly of Key West, Florida, Enrique Sanchez of Salem, Oregon, and Sarah Sanchez of Salem, Oregon.  Also, by many treasured great and great-great grandchildren.  Dearly loved by all, she will be missed terribly.

 

The family invites you to join in the sharing of memories, music, and love at Molly’s Remembrance and Celebration of Life to be held at Audrey’s Chapel (58262 US-60, Fairland, Oklahoma 74343) on December 10th, 2021 at 1 pm.

 

Although not requested, flowers and donations* can be brought to the Remembrance or sent to:

Molly Y. Wallace Remembrance

C/O Letitia Cox-Wallace

P.O. Box 426 / 210 North Elm St.

Fairland, OK 74343

 

*Any flowers or donations received will be gifted on behalf of Molly Y. Wallace to the Fairland Nursing Home and the 2nd Chance Animal Shelter Grove, Oklahoma.


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