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Celebrating the life of
Edward Gregg Wallace, Jr.
June 05, 2015 - October 19, 2015
Edward Gregg Wallace, Jr.
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Memorial Service
  • 11:00am - Monday, November 09, 2015
  • Berachah Church
  • 2815 Sage Road (Map)
    Houston, Texas 77056

  • 713-622-6922

Condolences to the family, I am very sorry for your loss. The scriptures encourage us to call upon the name of God (Psalms 83:18) for the comfort we need in times like these.

Abigail Cowell, Houston, TX

Condolences to the family, I am very sorry for your loss. The scriptures encourage us to call upon the name of God (Psalms 83:18) for the comfort we need in times like these.

Abigail Cowell, Houston, TX

Edward "GREGG" Wallace was the most wonderful big brother a sister could ever have had. He will forever live in my heart and soul. He was the most generous person I've ever known and loved his family more than anything else. He loved God, his country, his church and his family very much. Gregg was a hard worker from childhood to the day he died. Gregg loved music from a small boy to the days he spent going to operas all over the world. He had a robust beautiful, rich singing voice and loved to play his stereo as loud as it would go in his home so that he could sing with it anywhere in his home. Everyone who knew Gregg, knew a very devoted friend, son, brother, husband, uncle, cousin and bigger than life person. There is not enough space here to tell of his greatness but what he would most like for you to know about him was his immense love and devotion to Jesus, his Saviour and Gregg's hope that everyone would accept Jesus as their own personal Redeemer. I will forever miss him and look forward to being with him in eternity with Jesus. `Karen Wallace

Karen Wallace Hunt-McLuas, Houston, Texas

Edward Gregg Wallace, Jr., born 6/5/1936, died peacefully in his sleep 10/19/2015. He is survived by his daughter Bronwyn Wallace and his son Trevor Thieme Wallace and wife Melaine, and grandchildren Henning Beatrix Wallace, Abigail Jane Wallace, and Rhett Edward Wallace. A memorial service will be held at Berachah Church, 11/9. 11:00 am.

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Condolences to the family, I am very sorry for your loss. The scriptures encourage us to call upon the name of God (Psalms 83:18) for the comfort we need in times like these.

Abigail Cowell, Houston, TX

Condolences to the family, I am very sorry for your loss. The scriptures encourage us to call upon the name of God (Psalms 83:18) for the comfort we need in times like these.

Abigail Cowell, Houston, TX

Edward "GREGG" Wallace was the most wonderful big brother a sister could ever have had. He will forever live in my heart and soul. He was the most generous person I've ever known and loved his family more than anything else. He loved God, his country, his church and his family very much. Gregg was a hard worker from childhood to the day he died. Gregg loved music from a small boy to the days he spent going to operas all over the world. He had a robust beautiful, rich singing voice and loved to play his stereo as loud as it would go in his home so that he could sing with it anywhere in his home. Everyone who knew Gregg, knew a very devoted friend, son, brother, husband, uncle, cousin and bigger than life person. There is not enough space here to tell of his greatness but what he would most like for you to know about him was his immense love and devotion to Jesus, his Saviour and Gregg's hope that everyone would accept Jesus as their own personal Redeemer. I will forever miss him and look forward to being with him in eternity with Jesus. `Karen Wallace

Karen Wallace Hunt-McLuas, Houston, Texas


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