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Glenn Lynell Wallace, 71, moved on to a much-deserved higher ground on October 31, 2018 in Union, Michigan surrounded by his loving family and true love, Vickie Young. He was born November 7, 2018 to Glenn T. and Ruth J. (Sells) Wallace in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Glenn proudly served his country in the United States army. He worked for and retired from Local 75 Heat and Frost in South Bend as a pipe insulator and later owned and operated Wallace’s Towing and Salvage business in Michigan for many years. In his younger years he enjoyed building and running derby cars with his sons. Later in life, he was involved in pulling tractors and farm tractors which soon became his passion. Glenn was a very talented man who could build, fix, and design just about anything.
Glenn is survived by his close companion of many years, Vickie Young, along with his sons Trent (Tina), Tony, Troy (Marilyn) Wallace, Clayton, Dewey (Lexi) Young, and ten grandchildren. He was preceded by his parents, sons Tim Wallace and Nathan Young, daughter-in-law Carrie Wallace, and his aunt Doris.
It is with love, respect and much sadness that we must say good bye to the most understanding, caring, and gentle man that anyone could ever come to know.
Vickie expresses her unconditional love in Glenn’s memory:
I am privileged, proud, and blessed to have known this man and to have shared many years alongside him. I will, for the rest of my life, miss your smile and your ornery ways. We had so much fun just being together. Thank you, my sweet man, for showing me love I had never known before you came into my life. You will never leave my heart and I will love you always.