Timothy Lance “Timbo” “Chief”
Wallace, age 41, passed away on January 23, 2016.
“Timbo” was the son of Mary Ann and the
late Harold Wallace of the Burnside community.
Besides his father, he was also
preceded in death by a brother, Russell Lee Wallace and a very
special nephew, “Mikey” Nicholas.
He leaves behind his young
daughter, Maryann and her mother, Twana Johnson.
Maryann was the light of his life, she
always brought a smile to his face and a twinkle in his eyes.
Timothy was the youngest
sibling to Tara, Todd, Tammie and Thurman Wallace and Tina
He was a cousin to Thomas Hughes.
He was a loving uncle to Trista, Jacob,
Kristin, Kendra, Samantha and Kelly.
He was nephew to a special Aunt Janet
and Uncle Larry Hughes.
He grew up in the Blue
John/Alpine area of Pulaski County.
Timbo always held a special love for
“the holler”, which was an area deep in Daniel Boone Forest that
was the family home place for seventeen years.
He had a love of hunting, fishing and
all things nature.
He embraced his Native American heritage
by studying and researching their history.
Timothy lived in Lexington for
several years, working in the construction industry.
He enjoyed being a member of the Upward
Bound group that met at Berea College. Here he met many friends
and established a lifelong friendship with Mr. Charles
Stonewall, of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Please remember him as a person
who loved his family, music and laughter.
He would want those who loved him to be
happy and mourn for him, if we must.
But remember, at the end of our journey,
he will be waiting for us on the other side with that big smile
and a “Welcome Home”….
Visitation will be held
Thursday, January 28, 2016, after 11:00 a.m., in the Southern
Oaks Funeral Home Chapel.
The funeral service will follow
the visitation at 1:00 p.m., in the funeral home chapel, with
Bro. Dean Spradlin officiating.
Burial will be in the Blue John
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations made to Southern Oaks Funeral Home for his
Southern Oaks Funeral Home is entrusted with