Mrs. Dorothy “Dotty” Wallace, 79, of Perry Twp. passed away on Thursday, September 3, 2020 at the Providence Care Center in Beaver Falls.
Mrs. Wallace was born on July 26, 1941 in Jackson Center to the late Nelson L. and Laura Emily (Faulconbridge) McAnallen. Dotty is a member of the Lincoln High School class of 1959. Following high school she worked at Lava Crucible in Zelienople as a secretary until her sons where born. Once her family was grown she worked at Evans Industrial Supply. For the past 24 years she had been serving as the Perry Twp. Tax Collector. She enjoyed line dancing, going with her family and friends to do ceramics, and elaborately decorating for the holidays. Besides spending time with her grandchildren, she cherished time spent with her sister Darlene, especially their trips to Disney World and seeing Mickey Mouse.
Dotty is survived by her sons, Frank “F.J.” (Deanna) Wallace III of Shenango Twp. and Nelson D. Wallace of New Castle, her grandchildren, Dan, Jason, Emily, Eric, and Jayden Wallace, and her sister, Darlene Burton of Ohioville Borough.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Frank J. Wallace, Jr. whom she married on February 18, 1961 and passed away on December 31, 2016, and her brother-in-law, John Burton.
Family and friends will be received on Tuesday from 3:00 pm until the time of the service at 7:00 pm at the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home and Crematory Inc. with Pastor Dennis Arndt officiating. Interment will be at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Perry Twp..
Dotty, you know i loved you deeply. You loved me as a mother would, and this did me a world of good, It helped shape the person I am today. Without your love, your support, your understanding, I would not be who I am today. I will be eternally grateful to you, There is a permanent place in my heart for you, dearest Dotty.
So many great memories of Dotty from Christmas Eve at her house to our trip to Las Vegas and the Steelers games we attended with Darlene and my brother. Dotty had a huge heart and was truly a kind soul. She will be missed..
David Spoa and family
Our deepest heartfelt sympathy is extended to the entire Wallace family and to all of Dotty’s friends who are mourning her passing. An extra heartfelt outreach of love and support go to her sister Darlene, whose level of grief I cannot imagine during this time. Please know that I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to have met Dotty on those numerous occasions and to have witnessed firsthand her kindness and wonderful spirit towards me. Again, our deepest condolences to her wonderful family.
I will always remember the kind heart Dottie had. Even though we were not technically family, she was always so excited to come to my birthday parties and other gatherings. She always treated my family as if they were her family. I know her family, especially the Wallaces will miss her deeply, but keep their memories of her close.