Judith "Judy" Sue Wallace, 68, of Lone Oak passed away in the peace and comfort of her home on the afternoon of September 27, 2017. Judy was born on January 10, 1949 in Terrell to her parents, A. A. Elliott, Jr. and Violet (Jacobs) Elliott. She married Norman Wallace, Jr. on January 2, 1981 in Terrell.
Judy was known as "Maw-Maw" by her grandchildren. Her siblings knew her as "Great Big Sister." She loved her family more than life itself. Some might say that the family was "clannish" due to how close they all were to each other. Judy was smart, modest, humble, very spiritual, with a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. In her life Jesus was number one and Norman was number one "A" with the Dallas Cowboys being a close number two in her heart. The first time Norman met Judy they went to a café to eat, walking back to his truck he told her, "I'm gonna marry you." Judy responded, "Only way you'll get away from me is if you die." Their love for each other is rare and exceptional.
Judy is preceded in her death by her parents; a sister, Sandie Webb; and a grandson, James Riley "JR" Wallace, Jr.
Her family members who are cherishing the memories of her life are her husband of 36 years, Norman Wallace, Jr.; daughter, Carol Ann Davis and her husband Ken; three sons, Gary Robison and his partner Jesse Marche, James Riley Wallace, Norman D. Wallace and his wife Sharie; one granddaughter, Aubrey; nine grandsons, Eric Dewayne Wallace and Yvonne Paul, Joseph "JoJo" Wallace, Billy Davis, Tyler Davis, Austin Davis, Kolby Wallace, Marcus Wallace, Malachi Wallace, and Cason Wallace; two great grandsons, Braiden Massey and Brian Wallace; two sisters, Sharon Hennig and her husband Jerry and Deana Boyd and her husband Bobby; two brothers, Lee Elliott and his wife Betty and Harold Elliott and his wife Linda; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends that were like family.
Her service will be held on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 in the Chapel of Quinlan Funeral Home at 10:00 am with Brother Larry Combs officiating. Burial will follow the service in Oakland Memorial Park in Terrell. Public visitation with her family will be held on Monday, October 2nd from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the funeral home.
Most important, Judy was a faithful soldier for Christ up until the end, among her last words were, "Don't be sad, it's all in God's hands"