The family requests for you to wear bright colors to the memorial service in honor of Bryanne.

Bryanne Wallace

May 14, 1943April 17, 2021

Eloise “Bryanne” Wallace, born May 14, 1943. She left this earth to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday night, April 17, 2021.

Mom, Grammy, and “The Energizer Bunny” to most who knew her, lived life to the fullest each and every day. She LOVED her family and friends, loved spoiling everyone, loved giving gifts, loved having parties, loved animals, loved working hard, loved hosting Grammy Camp, loved holidays, loved watching her kids and grandkids play sports, loved OU football and Thunder basketball, loved shopping at boutiques, loved Downtown Edmond, and loved summers in Breckenridge with Phil and their friends. Most of all, she loved to laugh and make people smile. She was world famous for her “Grammy’s brownies” and you knew you were genuinely loved every second you were in her presence.

Bryanne was preceded in death by her parents, Warren and Eloise Welch, and her first husband, John Hundley. She is survived by her husband, Phil Wallace and their dog Daisy; sister, LeeAnn Henbest and her husband Phil; children: Wade Hundley and his wife Margo, Johnna McKenzie and her husband Jeff, and Scot Hundley and his wife Jane; grandchildren: Haley Hundley, Cale Hundley, Natalie Hundley, John Hundley, Bret Hundley, and Kaitlyn McKenzie.

She will be sorely missed every day but her undeniable loving and laughing spirit will live on in each of us who knew her and loved her forever.

In honor of Bryanne, please wear bright colors to the memorial service.


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Greg + Shea Baxendale

April 26, 2021

Phenomenal lady who loved her family like no other. Great supporter of our baseball organization, Arkansas EXPRESS.

We were lucky to know her. She touched everyone she met

We are sure she is throwing a BBQ/Swim Party in the Big Sky


Helen Glass

April 26, 2021

I am blessed to have know such a beautiful person like her. She was always so sweet and kind and very helpful during the Edmond Arts Festival. You will dearly be missed by so many! Your friend, Helen

Tracy Bills

April 26, 2021

Phil,Wade,Johnna, & Scot- I am sorry to hear of Bryannes passing. Many memories from the Deer Creek years! She was always so kind and cheerful when helping out at the middle school. Thinking of all of you at this time.

J.K. Allred

April 23, 2021

Many of my most treasured memories from Deer Creek took place on the athletic fields with the Hundley family cheering us on and many more from the celebrations that took place in the Hundley home, hosted by Bryanne.
On the worst night of my life (my devastating car accident) I was terrified, and the only place I knew where to go was the Hundley's. Bryanne comforted me and drove me to the hospital; I can never thank her enough for her kindness and "patching me up" enough to make it to the emergency room. She was such an amazing figure in helping raise me into a respectful young man. She will be missed.

Jean Lacina

April 22, 2021

It was a shock & sadness to learn of Bryanne's passing. Phil, Wade, Johnna, Scot and grandchildren I am so sorry. When I told my husband Gary he said "didn't she call me to come and get a goat out of her garage that was jumping all over her cars and everything. I said "yes, Bryanne knew we had horses I guess she figured if you could handle a horse you could get that goat out of her garage." Gary found a new home for it. Love all those good memories.

Galen Kalbach

April 22, 2021

Bryanne was always such a good sport with all the problems that came up at the Edmond Art Fair. Such a great sense of humor and hard worker! All the years of the fair were such a pleasure and she was always a part of it. She will be missed!

Carrie Enterline

April 22, 2021

I was so shocked to hear of the news of Bryanne passing and my heart goes out her family. It was a true honor and blessing to get the chance to work with/for Bryanne when she began selling clothing out of a store called "Special Occasions". She was such a kind and loving spirit that taught me so many things about retail and about life in general. This world has lost such a wonderful woman and I pray for her family and friends to find peace in the wonderful memories she gave us.

Fred & Judy Thorwart

April 21, 2021

We have lost Bryanne, a special friend with whom we shared many interests for several years. We can not forget the wonderful memories of those years. Thank you for your life. You will be missed.

Pat & Rick Dame

April 21, 2021

We will cherish the many fun times we shared in Breckenridge with this very special friend. She was always up for whatever the day would bring. Bryanne was so positive about everything, even when things got really tough. Our love to Phil and family.

Joe Conger

April 20, 2021

A beautiful woman who made everyone feel welcome and part of the family. She imparted joy everytime you saw her! My condolences to Phil, Johnna, Wade & Scott.