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February 4, 1963 ~ November 19, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Celebration of life services for Bruce A. Wallace, 60, Rockaway Beach, Mo, will be held Tuesday Nov. 28, 2 P.M. at Snapp-Bearden Forsyth Chapel, Forsyth, Mo. Burial will follow in the Snapp Cemetery, Forsyth. Mr. Wallace entered into rest on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2023 at his home in Rockaway beach with his family about.
Bruce Allan Wallace was born Feb. 4, 1963, at Cabool, Missouri. He was the son of Jack and Zetta (Seiber) Wallace. He moved to southwest Missouri as a young man he, considered himself a native of the Tri-Lakes area.
Bruce was an owner and operator of a small residential building company of residential homes. He was skilled at operating equipment and loved driving his dump truck and doing work with his Bobcat which he did for over 12 years.
He married his lovely wife Debra Honeycutt on Sept. 28, 2013. They had celebrated ten years together.
Bruce enjoyed going to the lake, riding on the pontoon, playing cards, especially a game called “Hands and Foot” card game, and being with family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Bruce is survived by his loving wife Debra of the home; sons David Wallace of Jefferson City, Mo.; Justin Wallace of Boonville, Mo.; Robert Lopp of Boise, Idaho and Jonathon Harbin of Harrisburg, Louisiana; brother Bill Wallace of Broken Arrow, OK.; sisters Jeannie Gamble and husband Joe of Hollister, Mo. Sherry Cousins of Nixa, Mo. and Lynn Amburn of Highland, Mo.
Visitation will be held Tuesday from 1PM till service time in the Snapp-Bearden Forsyth Chapel Forsyth, Mo.