Mrs. Willie Ann Wallace
Sunrise July 30,1923 ( 93 ) Sunset April 26,2017
Willie Ann Masters Wallace was born on July 30,1923 in Mooreville, Texas to Streeter Masters and Hattie Erwin Masters
who preceded her in death. She attended Moore high School in Waco, Texas. Willie Ann Accepted Christ at an early age
with the Bracks Chapel United Methodist Church in Waco, Texas. She always displayed a true servant of God by always
giving words of wisdom and helping others. Spending time with family (especially grandchildren) was Willie Ann’s
pride and joy. Taking trips together, preparing for the holidays, and when her health allowed she enjoyed traveling to
be with family out of town. When she could not travel, she would call relatives and reminisce on the phone. She also
enjoyed cooking and taking food to the elderly and visiting with them. Willie Ann married Willie Ed Wallace and God
blessed them with Sixty-Eight years of marriage. To their union Three daughters were born Carol Ann Ellis (Deceased),
Ruthie Marie Hudgins (husband-Ray), and Rose Mary Christian (husband-Levi). Willie Ann departed this early life on
Wednesday, April 26,2017 to begin that heavenly life that she knew was prepared for her. She was preceded in death
by her parents; Her husband; Two daughters; Three sisters; and Two brothers. Her pleasant memories will be forever
cherished by her daughters and their husbands, eight Grandchildren, Fourteen Great Grandchildren Four Great, Great
Grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Visitation will be held for
Ms. Willie Ann Masters Wallace, Today Thursday May 4, 2017 from 9am to 9pm with a Family gathering with friends
from 6pm to 8pm at Martinez Funeral Home. A celebration of Life will be held at 10am Friday May 5, 2017 at
St. James Missionary Baptist Church (2212 E. 11th St.) with Dr. Henry Lewis Masters Sr. officiating. Interment to follow at
Ector County Cemetery Rosehill Section. Services entrusted to Martinez Funeral Home.
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To The Family.
We have so many good memories of this family,the Love we shared for each other. When your heart is empty, filling it with happy memories can help.
WE Love You.
The Collins, and Broadus Family.
Mose, Lorraine,Deidra, Jr. Mose,George, @ Jermaine, Collins.Odessa, TX
Warm thoughts of sympathy are with you now, along with a prayer that God will be especially close to you in the day ahead.
Love Levine Fantroy
Tommie Fay Fantroy (LevineLaPorte, TX