OBITUARY

Sheila Kay Wallace

November 4, 1960January 17, 2019
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Sheila Wallace (nee Bear), age 58.

Dearly beloved mother of Katie and Luke (Catherine), loving grandmother of Logan and Aurora, dearest sister of Phyllis (Len) Dietz and Mike (Louise) Bear. Cherished aunt and second mother to all. She is proceeded in death by her parents, Clarence and Dorothy Bear (nee Mullins), and her baby sister Tammy.

Sheila was an executive medical secretary with the Cleveland Clinic, an active member of Park Heights Baptist Church, where she also volunteered at a nursing home through their ministry, and a longtime color guard member, instructor, and volunteer with the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a music organization for teens and young adults, that meant the world to her. To her fellow Bloo family: “Six Words”.

VISITATION FOR SHEILA WILL BE HELD FRIDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 2019 FROM 4PM UNTIL 7:30 PM AT CORRIGAN CRACIUN FUNERAL HOME, 14876 LORAIN AVENUE, CLEVELAND OHIO 44111. FUNERALSERVICE TO FOLLOW DIRECTLY, AT 7:30PM.

Sheila's family asks that all attending please add a touch of "Bloo" for Sheila.

  • FAMILY

  • Clarence Bear, Father
  • Dorothy Mullins Bear, Mother
  • Katie and Luke (Catherine), Children
  • Logan and Aurora, Grandchildren
  • Phyllis (Len) Dietz, Sister
  • Mike (Louise) Bear, Brother
  • Tammy Bear, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Friday, January 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 25, 2019
REMEMBERING

Sheila Kay Wallace

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James McKain

January 27, 2019

I knew Sheila from high school. I didn't know her well, but I remember a bright-eyed young girl who always seemed to be smiling. She always seemed especially happy and pleasant.

I just heard about her death. I'm so sorry to hear this terrible news. My thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.

Debora (Thomas ) Humphrey

January 26, 2019

I remember going to school with Sheila from Longmead Elementary School to John Marshall High. She was always a very nice person.

michele anthony

January 25, 2019

Sheila had the biggest HEART. I remember during some stressful work days in the Spine Center , stopping by her door to see if she was there, because she was always so calm and kind, and would listen and respond in a way that always made me feel lighter and happier and that everything would be Ok. She was an Angel On Earth, from head to toe. As sweet as pecan pie she was. My thoughts and prayers are with her children and grandchildren whom she Loved So Much . Knowing Sheila , she would be the first person to forgive whomever did this to her. May her departed Soul Rest in peace , to love and serve the Lord .

Glenora Parker-Hardges

January 25, 2019

I am deeply sadden by the news of Sheila's passing. Sheila and I were coworkers and partnered as medical secretaries in the Center for Spine Health at Cleveland Clinic. As partners we cover each other jobs when the other one was away from her desk. We became true friends and shared many memories . After she left the department, we kept in touch by telephone and periodically went out to dinner. She was an individual I would classify as one in a million. She was a lady with profound integrity. She was a wonderful and loving person who loved to hug when she greeted you. She was devoted to God, her children, family and friends. She will be missed and will live in my memories forever.

My heart felt condolences to the family.

“What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.” -Helen Keller

Michael Flickinger

January 25, 2019

To the family and all her friends, I am so sorry on the tragic loss of Shelia Kay Wallace. I did not know Shelia but as a Cleveland resident and a fellow Cleveland Clinic employee, I was saddened and shocked to hear of her death. May your faith and your memories of Shelia provide you some comfort during this difficult. time.

Linda Ramirez

January 24, 2019

Condolences to Sheilas entire family. Words seem inadequate at a time like this. I hope You all will feel comforted by the outpouring of love and support and prayers, that I , and many others, are sending Your way.

Janet Doak

January 24, 2019

I worked with Sheila at the Cleveland Clinic for over 9 years before I retired a year ago. One slow afternoon at the Clinic with very few co-workers around Sheila and I conversed and shared our life stories as we both had been single moms. She was spiritually up-lifting and I know she is with her Jesus who she dearly worshiped. She is a very loved lady who was everyone’s friend. May fond memories of your mom get her children and family thru this difficult time. 💕

Dahmia Komidar

January 23, 2019

Sending much aloha/love to the family that Sheila loved so dearly. We worked in adjacent depts. for several years and I knew her to be warm and genuine. When she asked me to perform hula for her son's wedding I was happy to do so. I know she is with The Lord and we will meet again when the time is right.

Renita Dotson (Martin)

January 23, 2019

Sheila and I went to school together from 5th grade through high school. She was a sweet, kind girl. I pray for comfort for all of her family and friends. I am comforted in knowing that she is in heaven with our Lord Jesus. Until we meet again Sheila.

linda zastawny

January 23, 2019

please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your wife, mom, grandma, co-workers, and friends......when I heard this story on the news it broke my heart. she sounds like a wonderful lady, who was very spiritual and kind to everyone. I am sure she is looking down from heaven on all her loved ones and smiling. it is the people on earth who are in pain. I also feel so bad for her beautiful dog she was taking for a walk... rest in heaven innocent lady, until your with all of your loved ones, never to be separated again.....

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