Dale E. Wallace
February 4, 1922 – April 9, 2018
96, passed away April 9, 2018. Dale was born February 4, 1922 in Mount Hope, KS to Harry and Nellie Wallace. He attended WSU on a football scholarship. Dale served in the South Pacific in the U.S. Navy during World War II, where he was also a member of the V-12 program. He retired from his banking career at State Bank of Bentley, after 50 years of service to the Wichita area. After retirement, he could often be found golfing at Rolling Hills Country Club. Dale was an active and longtime member of First Presbyterian Church, and was a prominent member of the community and did whatever he could to always give back. He was preceded by his first wife, Margaret Wallace and his second wife, Shirley Wallace; parents and brothers, Duane and Lawrence Wallace. He is survived by daughter, D'Anne (Peter) Horner; sister, Vola Kalenack; grandchildren, Dr. Brent Horner (Rod Keck), Andrew (Dr. Meg) Horner and Clayton Horner (Patrick Prough); and great grandchildren, Christopher and Annabeth Horner. Funeral service will be 1 p.m. Saturday, April 14, 2018 at First Presbyterian Church. Memorials may be made to Serenity Hospice Care, 9415 East Harry, Ste. 306, Wichita, Kansas 67207.
- Harry and Nellie Wallace, Parents
- Margaret Wallace, First Wife
- Shirley Wallace, Second Wife
- Duane Wallace, Brother
- Lawrence Wallace, Brother
- D'Anne (Peter) Horner, Daughter
- Vola Kalenack, Sister
- Dr. Brent Horner (Rod Keck), Grandson
- Andrew (Dr. Meg) Horner, Grandson
- Clayton Horner (Patrick Prough, Grandson
- Christopher Horner, Great Grandson
- Annabeth Horner, Great Granddaughter
- The Resthaven Mortuary Staff
Serenity Hospice Care
9415 E. Harry, Ste. 306, Wichita, Kansas 67207
- Funeral Service Saturday, April 14, 2018
Dale E. Wallace
April 11, 2018
Fair winds and following seas sailor.
Thank you for your service to this nation.
April 10, 2018
Dearest D’D’ and Family,
Judy and I were so very sad to receive the news of Wally’s passing. What can one say about a man who was a friend of the family for almost 70 years? It seems just like yesterday that I was running into the Faulders Lane house in diapers…and a short time later, D’D’ arrives. Our parents were so young. How fortunate we were to have the Wallace’s as our second family growing up. Dale will always be remembered and will remain in our hearts. As Wally would say, “Fore!” Rest in peace dearest Dale and dearest Maggie. You both will be with us forever. Our condolences and prayers to you D’D’, the entire Horner family and of course to your Aunt Vola.
Mike and Judy Booker (Swerer)