Wallace PATIENCE

  • Mar. 7, 2014 8:00 a.m.
Wallace PATIENCE

Patience; Lauchlin Wallace. Wallace passed away peacefully 101 years young. (August 28th, 1912 to March 7, 2014).

Awaiting him in the light are his beloved wife, Evelyn; his eldest son Murray; his five sibling, Una, Velda, Herbert, Beaton and Lorraine and his cherished parents John and Mary Patience. “Wally” is survived by his son Wayne; his grandchildren Dell (Mae), Shellene (Benjamin), Michelle (Stan) and Michael (Tania); his great grandchildren Caitlin, Tori, Kalene and Kristine; his daughter-in-law Betty Lou and his sister-in-law Marge. Wally leaves behind a legacy of kindness, compassion and love and will be dearly missed by many. His and Evelyn’s celebration of life will occur this summer or fall. For anyone wishing to attend or to send any messages with thoughts, memories or condolences, please email them to the info@haidagwaiitrader.com.

Thank you Wally for all the light and love you shared. May this same light surround your dear soul ever more.

The Patience family would like to give many thanks to the Waverly caregivers at the Waverly Seniors Village. A special thank you for your exemplary contributions towards the quality of Wally’s last years of life. So many of you went above and beyond the call of your duties and words cannot describe how much it meant to those who loved him dearly.

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