OBITUARY

Georgia Lee Wallace

June 25, 1983April 9, 2018
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Georgia Lee Wallace, age 34, of College Station, Texas passed away on Monday April 9, 2018 at Baylor, Scott & White Hillcrest Medical Center in Waco. A visitation for Georgia will be held Friday, April 13, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Memorial Funeral Chapel. A funeral service is scheduled for Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Memorial Funeral Chapel.

Georgia was born June 25, 1983 in Austin, Texas, the daughter of Vicki Lynne Greene and Thomas Lee Wallace. She was a graduate of A&M Consolidated High School. She attended Blinn College, McLennan Community College, and Vista College in College Station. Georgia worked as a home health care giver. She loved to sing and performed with the A&M Consolidated Choir while attending school. Georgia also loved art, especially Asian art and was an accomplished artist in her own right. Georgia was an exceptional soul that was taken too soon.

Survivors include her mother, Vicki Lynne Greene of Waco; father, Tom Wallace of College Station; step mother, Rhonda Fry of Bryan; eight brothers and sisters, DeAnn Bray-Warner of Waco, David Wilkins of Round Rock, Todd Wallace (Georgia's Irish Twin) of Round Rock, Afton Wilkins of College Station, Aaric Wallace of Round Rock, Brittney Mann of South Carolina, Bren Nedbalek of Waco, and Addison Wallace of Houston; grandparents, Pauline Wallace of Bryan, Bob and Lois Culpepper of Houston; Georgia also leaves behind to cherish her memory numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Services

  • VISITATION Friday, April 13, 2018
  • FUNERAL SERVICE Saturday, April 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Georgia Lee Wallace

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Monica Deal

April 14, 2018

I have the best memories of Georgia & Todd in high school. Georgia was such a sweet person who was willing to help ANYONE. I remember her cracking jokes really quietly so just the 2 of us could hear - she had the best sense of humor, and always knew that to say to make you smile. I hold those memories dear to me now. Sending love and prayers to all of Georgia's family and friends - I know she will truly be missed.
Love,
Monica (Germenis) Deal

Meri Hervey Cooney

April 14, 2018

I was so very sad to hear the news of Georgia. I remember as kids calling to chat on the phone, playdates, and passing notes in the halls at school. Back then I wished I had a brother, like Todd, that I could be close with just like you did. You both were two of my favorites, with kind and giving hearts. I know you must feel like your missing a part of you now, Todd. I'm so sorry I can't be there today to say goodbye. May peace be with the family today and the upcoming difficult days for you.

Dallas Hollis

April 14, 2018

Georgia, I am so heart broken to hear of your passing. My dad recently moved to west texas, I think it's the 5th time he's moved in 10 years. Every time he moves he finds something of mine and tells me to come get it, but the last few times he hadn't found anything. I was there 6 months ago to come see his new house and so my daughter could get some papa Fred time. He found a box of mine, one neither of us had seen the several times we've packed up his entire house and unpacked it somewhere else. The box had a bunch of old skate magazines, a notebook with a bunch of super emo poems, and a letter from you. I laughed at seeing it, it was such a blast from the past and it instantly took me back. I stopped working and sat down to read it. From what I could gather, you had left on vacation and wanted to write me while you were gone. I laughed again because there was only the one letter and bunch of empty pages, I assume you got busy and didnt finish the rest. But in those first few pages you let me know how much you loved me and what I meant to you. It must have been near the end of our relationship because you talked about how things had been rough, but that it didnt matter because we were in love. And then you said goodbye.
At the time it was just a really sweet letter from a long time ago, but I've been thinking about it for the past few days. It feels like you got the chance to say hello, tell me what I meant to you, tell me you miss me, forgive our young awkward selves and the silly fights about nothing that we used to have, and then you got to say goodbye. The universe gave me a 6 month window to do the same and I did not. I regret not calling you and getting to know you again as an adult. But I hope this story helps anyone else reading it to remember to be more mindful daily, listen to the universe when it's talking to you, and always take the time to tell people you love them, that you miss them, whether you finish every page or not. love and miss you. Dallas

Katherine Morrow(Brower)

April 13, 2018

Georgia I remember being at Disciple Now with you at my house. It was a sweet time of getting to know you and befriending you. Prayers for you Wallace family. Prayers of comfort and peace.

Stacey Young-Doreck

April 13, 2018

When my mom called me this morning to tell me what she saw in the paper I just couldn’t process it. I have spent my morning remember all the GREAT times we had. They say opposites attract, well our friendship was that for sure but we always had a blast. From staying up all night laughing, cruising the street in the magenta beetle, me hanging around Chick-fil-A/Sonic waiting for you to get off work, to sharing not one but at least three lockers at school where we would exchange our journal of notes that contained our MILLION inside jokes and the code names for the boys we liked at the time so we could talk about them with no one knowing. Over time we lost touch but know I thought and told stories of you often. I will cherish your memory always, Love Peace and Chicken Grease.

Cheryl Hasvold

April 13, 2018

Sweet Georgia, I am so sad to say goodbye. But I'm thankful that I got to know you and share in the love you had for Afton, Matt, and Bryan. Thank you for being my friend. You are gone without a goodbye but you will never be forgotten. I will find some comfort in knowing that you are Singing with the angels. You will be miss!

Shelley Espinoza

April 12, 2018

An amazing student with terrific work ethic. RIP, sweet lady.

Marrianne Wilkins

April 12, 2018

Sweet Georgiaaa Lee, I hate that you were taken so young... you are so loved and so missed by so many.
I remember when we were kids, you were probably no older than 15 or 16, so I had to have been 9 or 10. We were taking the bus to the pool for the day, but we were meeting up with some boys first and wanted to make a good first impression (which was not my parents house lol.) so you and I walked to the mansion over on Main Street and lied to the boys and said that we had lived there. No matter blood between us, you always were a big sister to me and I loved you all the same.
I will miss you very much, big sister.

Amy DiLeo

April 12, 2018

Sweet Georgia. Your beautiful smile was contagious and your laugh made everyone so happy. We all loved you! Heaven has gained an angel. Till we meet again beautiful!

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Sharon Holt

April 12, 2018

My sweet Georgiamosa. Loved you from the first time I saw that sweet face. I will hold you in my heart till I see you again.

Biography

Georgia Lee Wallace, age 34, of College Station, Texas passed away on Monday April 9, 2018 at Baylor, Scott & White Hillcrest Medical Center in Waco. A visitation for Georgia will be held Friday, April 13, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Memorial Funeral Chapel. A funeral service is scheduled for Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Memorial Funeral Chapel.

Georgia was born June 25, 1983 in Austin, Texas, the daughter of Vicki Lynne Greene and Thomas Lee Wallace. She was a graduate of A&M Consolidated High School. She attended Blinn College, McLennan Community College, and Vista College in College Station. Georgia worked as a home health care giver. She loved to sing and performed with the A&M Consolidated Choir while attending school. Georgia also loved art, especially Asian art and was an accomplished artist in her own right. Georgia was an exceptional soul that was taken too soon.

Survivors include her mother, Vicki Lynne Greene of Waco; father, Tom Wallace of College Station; step mother, Rhonda Fry of Bryan; eight brothers and sisters, DeAnn Bray-Warner of Waco, David Wilkins of Round Rock, Todd Wallace (Georgia's Irish Twin) of Round Rock, Afton Wilkins of College Station, Aaric Wallace of Round Rock, Brittney Mann of South Carolina, Bren Nedbalek of Waco, and Addison Wallace of Houston; grandparents, Pauline Wallace of Bryan, Bob and Lois Culpepper of Houston; Georgia also leaves behind to cherish her memory numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.