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Obituary for Lucy Evelyn Wallace
Lucy Evelyn (Wright) Wallace 69, of Eatonton, Georgia passed away, on Saturday, March 26th, 2022. She was surrounded by her loving husband and daughters. Lucy was born on August 31st, 1952 in Eatonton to the late James Dorsey Wright and the late Cynthia Melton Wright. She was a lifelong resident of Putnam County and was proud of having grown up on the Mill Village. Lucy married Danny Marvin Wallace on January 15th, 1972; they were married 50 years. Lucy is survived by her husband, Danny and their children, Cindy Easter (James) and Rebecca Price, her grandchildren, Emma Dorsie Wright (Collin), El Price, Lucy Easter, Kris Easter, and her great-grandson, Samuel “Sammy” Hilton Wright. She especially cherished her precious niece, Susie Durance. Lucy was preceded in death by her parents, her father-in-law, Marvin Hilton Wallace, son, Danny Marvin Wallace, Jr, her brother, Raymond Roberts and sister, Linda Roberts Durance. Lucy loved baking and was famous for her delicious caramel cakes. She loved visiting the mountains and going to arts and crafts festivals. Mamie enjoyed spending time with her family, especially spoiling Emma, El, Lucy, Kris and her new great grandson, Sammy. Lucy retired after many years of serving as an exceptional LPN. She touched the lives of many; leaving a long legacy of putting her patients first. Lucy was a long-time member of Marshall Memorial Baptist Church. Mama had such a humble, sweet spirit and will be greatly missed by all. A visitation will be held at Vining Ivy Hill on Thursday, March 31st from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM with a Memorial Service at Marshall Memorial Baptist Church on Friday, April 1st at 11:00 AM, with graveside service at Eatonton Memorial Gardens immediately following.