OBITUARY

Betty Jane Wallace

March 29, 1939March 31, 2021
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Betty Jane Wallace, age 82, of Tampa, Florida passed away on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. Betty was born March 29, 1939 in Canal Point, Florida to Resa Mildred MacCarty Sutton and Idus Aubrey Sutton.

Betty is survived by sister Joanne Shuman.

Betty was preceded in death by father Idus Aubrey Sutton and mother Resa Mildred MacCarty Sutton.

A graveside service for Betty will be held Monday, April 12, 2021 from 11:00 AM at Garden of Memories Cemetery, 4202 East Lake Avenue, Tampa, FL 33610.

Services

12 April

Graveside Service

11:00 am

Garden of Memories Cemetery

4202 East Lake Avenue
Tampa, Florida

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Betty Jane Wallace

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Joanne Shuman

April 8, 2021

Good morning Sissy,
I really miss our 8:00 am morning talks it takes all I can do not to call your number to talk about how the Rays are doing. Wanted to call and tell you that the won the first two games and lost the last one!!!! Now the in Boston playing your favorite team Boston. Haha
I have so many great memories of all of our travels together. Can't even count how many bottles of wine we went through. I not mad at you for leaving me and my kids, because I know you are with Curtis and I know that is where you wanted to be for the last five years. I love you very much and I hope and pray that you are have a great reunion with your son.
I love you Sissy(:) Joanne

Marie Pimperl

April 5, 2021

To the Wallace Family:
Blount & Curry Funeral Home at Garden of Memories extends its heartfelt condolences. Our sympathy and thoughts are with you.
Sincerely,
Marie Pimperl,
Director of First Impressions

Debbie Cavey

April 4, 2021

What can you say about Aunt Betty? She was a wonderful Mom, a great grandma, an awesome Aunt, a special sister, and a good friend to many. Betty was a very hard worker. She loved her country music, Jai alai, her dogs 🐾🐾 and her favorite color was green. She was an Angel on earth and now she is one in heaven. I have so many good memories of her it’s hard to pick one. One great memory is how me and Curtis would alway’s bring dogs home we would find in the neighborhood and she would always let us keep them. One of her favorite songs was “On the Road Again” by Willie Nelson🎼🎻I remember going on vacation with all of us kids and my mom and aunt Betty and they played this song over and over. I hated it. Now I listen to it everyday. 🎼🎻. I will miss you so much Aunt Betty. You have touched my life in more ways than you know. I love you❤️

Love Debbie

Patti Gordon

April 3, 2021

I remember Betty as a great friend to me and my family. One of my favorite memories was with Curtis and Betty. Curtis, Robert, Sharon and I went to a Tampa Tarpons baseball game. We all got a ticket when we walked in for a chance to win a pony.
A man next to Curtis handed him a ticket as they announced the winner and sure enough Curtis now had the winning ticket. Betty and my Mom walked the pony from the stadium to Betty's back yard.
I loved Betty and Curtis very much and miss both of them.

Lisa Fernandez

April 3, 2021

Always such a loving Aunt with a heart of gold. I’ll never forget how much you laughed at Curtis and I when we ate two milk cartons of whoppers!! Always in my heart ❤️
I love you so much🙏

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Aunt Betty and her Grand children Jack and Katie

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Aunt Betty and her Grand children Jack and Katie

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Mom and Dad

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Chuck, (Niece) Nevaeh and (Sister)
Joanne

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Curtis Wallace
(Son)

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Curtis and David
(Son and nephew)

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David, Debbie, Patricia, Lisa, Mitchell (nieces and nephews) and Curtis (son).