OBITUARY

Felecia Dell Wallace

March 14, 1964April 29, 2018
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Felecia Dell Box Wallace, 54, of Grand Prairie, passed away on April 29th 2018.

Visitation will be held at 6:00 p.m. on May 3rd at Bean Massey Burge Funeral Home in Grand Prairie.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on May 4th at Bean Massey Burge Funeral Home in Grand Prairie.

Felecia Dell Box Wallace was born in Grand Prairie to Don and Charlene Box on March 14th, 1964. She graduated from Grand Prairie High School and lived in Grand Prairie her entire life. She married Bobby Wallace Jr. on December 22nd, 1980 in Grand Prairie, TX. She worked as a paralegal for Hagle & Boyle attorney’s office. She was a loving mother, wife, and friend to anyone she ever met. She was always willing to help out when needed, and put other’s needs ahead of hers.

Felecia Dell Box Wallace is preceded in death by her mother Charlene Box and, brother Larry Don Box.

Felecia Dell Box Wallace is survived by husband Bobby Wallace Jr., sons Brandon and Justin Wallace, sister Rejohna Beckham, father Don Box, grandchildren Kalie, Brodix, and Jhett Wallace, and daughter in-laws Kerry and Jill Wallace.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 3, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 4, 2018
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Melinda Madden

May 6, 2018

Gumbo,
BFFs will never change. My heart is heavy that you are gone, and I will no longer be able to hug you or say I love you in person. The only thing that makes this bearable is the fact that your suffering and pain is gone, and you are with the ones you have missed. We will all be united again at some point but for now, HEAVEN has the kindest ANGEL ever. I cry as I write this, not only because I miss you so deeply, but because writing the words do remind me that you are where you need to be and that all pain is gone. You were always thinking of everyone but yourself and your genuine caring was as clear and bright as the North Star. I've saved every single card you have ever sent to me. The box is huge. I've saved your loving voice mails. Thank you for telling me you loved me every single time I saw you and for allowing me to do the same. Thank you for still loving me and Tiger after all the many skills’ tests we put you through. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your boy’s childhoods. Thank you for letting me go out dancing with Junior without you and all the whispers that followed. You were an incredible mother and wife and will always inspire me even into your next life. I will miss the lunches I forced you to meet me for at Don Juan's and that place will always remind me of you, so I plan to go even more. There are so many things I want to say thank you for but too much to write in this small forum, so I will just continue to say thank you through my prayers each night. This is not good-bye but rather see you later my best friend since birth. P.S. One final thanks you for letting me cheat off your paper in VOE… BIG BEAR HUGS. I love you.

Janie Williams

May 4, 2018

Sorry I can't be there today. I remember meeting her for the first time at a slumber party, after that we were friends till I moved away many years after high school. I met you, Jr, at Graff chevrolet in the service department. I am so sorry for your loss. I know that now she is no longer in pain. May the Lord watch over you and your family through this rough time.

Chris Bass

May 3, 2018

Bobby, our thoughts and prayers to you and the family. -The Bass Family

Bobby Wallace

May 2, 2018

Felecia I could have not had a better life partner, friend or wife if had had searched the world high or low than you. I loved you wth all my heart. You loved our sons Brandon and Justin our daughter in law's Jill and Kerry grandkids Kalie, Brodie and Jhett with all your heart. You loved both our parents and gave them the support and love when they needed it the most. Took care and gave love to your father Don in his time of need. You loved all of our family whether they were related or not. I love you more than I can ever tell you. Until I see you again I love you Flo......

Katrina Wallace

May 2, 2018

Felecia,
We have been family for more years that we have not and it is hard to accept that you are no longer with us. We have been through happy times, rough times and sad times together and made many happy memories along the way. I will cherish the fun times and the laughter that was shared. I am grateful that you are no longer suffering but that doesn't help with the sadness that is left behind. Thank you for loving me, Scott and our girls unconditionally. May you now rest peacefully.

-Katrina

Jordan Cross

May 2, 2018

Felecia I can't tell you how much I miss you and I always knew you we're a strong Angel and I know with the rest of them God has gained a wonderful Angel in you. We will always remember the times we all had during the Holidays and everyone knew how you and Junior were always such a loving couple. I love and always will miss you until we all meet again enjoy watching Uncle Bobby and Papaw drag race and keep Aunt Netta company!!! <3

Lisa Stepan

May 1, 2018

We have been sisters most of our lives when you married Jr. I love you and will miss you terribly. I know that you are now pain free and at peace with your mother and brother. Rest easy sister.

Mary Wooley

May 1, 2018

You were such a spitfire and at the same time such a caring person. You were a Wallace most of your life and as I told Jr. last night, we didn't always get along, but we always knew where we stood with each other. You will certainly be missed by everyone! Rest in Peace and give Pops and Granny a hard time for me till I see you all again!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Felecia Dell Box Wallace, 54, of Grand Prairie, passed away on April 29th 2018.

Visitation will be held at 6:00 p.m. on May 3rd at Bean Massey Burge Funeral Home in Grand Prairie.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on May 4th at Bean Massey Burge Funeral Home in Grand Prairie.

Felecia Dell Box Wallace was born in Grand Prairie to Don and Charlene Box on March 14th, 1964. She graduated from Grand Prairie High School and lived in Grand Prairie her entire life. She married Bobby Wallace Jr. on December 22nd, 1980 in Grand Prairie, TX. She worked as a paralegal for Hagle & Boyle attorney’s office. She was a loving mother, wife, and friend to anyone she ever met. She was always willing to help out when needed, and put other’s needs ahead of hers.

Felecia Dell Box Wallace is preceded in death by her mother Charlene Box and, brother Larry Don Box.

Felecia Dell Box Wallace is survived by husband Bobby Wallace Jr., sons Brandon and Justin Wallace, sister Rejohna Beckham, father Don Box, grandchildren Kalie, Brodix, and Jhett Wallace, and daughter in-laws Kerry and Jill Wallace.