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Wallace Lee Sorrells

Memorial for Wallace Lee Sorrells

Born on Aug. 29, 1964
Departed on Sep. 28, 2013 and resided in Austin, TX.
Service: Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013
1:00 pm
Cemetery: Cook Walden Capital Parks
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Wallace Lee Sorrells' life began on August 29, 1964. He is the first son born to his mother, Floris L. Sorrells of Austin, Texas.

Wallace attended primary and secondary schools in Austin, Texas. He later transferred to the Hays Consolidated School System. Wallace was a talented football player at Jack C. Hays High School. He was a graduate of this high school on May 28, 1982.

During his younger years, Wallace was an active member of the Metropolitan A.M.E. Church. Wallace departed from his earthly home enroute to his Heavenly home on Saturday, September 28, 2013.

Sports was a vital part of Wallace's adult life. He genuinely loved sports and the outdoors. Some of the activities that he so enthusiastically enjoyed are softball, horseback riding, fishing, hunting and automobile detailing.

We are left to cherish the numerous memories of our beloved Wallace. Wallace extended a helping hand to everyone, never met a stranger and lived each and every day to the fullest.

Wallace's loved ones include his mother, Floris L. Sorrells of Austin, Texas; sister, Linda Sorrells Truss (Howard) of Pflugerville, Texas; brother, Tony J. Sorrells of Buda, Texas; daughter, Rebecca L. Sorrells, husband, Eric and their son, Eric Nathaniel Parades of Austin, Texas, daughter, Racheal A. Sorrells of Austin, Texas and her son Charlie Rivera, Jr.; son, Wanye Lee Sorrells and his mother Tonya Aycox of Giddings, Texas, daughter, Leah R. Sorrells, son, Dylan L. Sorrells and their mother, Melissa Crosby of Austin, Texas.

Also, left to mourn his journey home is his aunt, Precious Sorrells, Bessie Fields, Shirley Hill and Marie Hernandez, uncles, Willie Joe Sorrells and Bobby Sorrells.

Wallace maintained a close relationship with his nieces and nephews. As well as, his first cousins who were more like sisters and brothers to him.

Wallace has also touched the lives of numerous other relatives and friends.

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