ZANE EDWARD WALLACE

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    ZANE EDWARD WALLACE
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Zane Edward Wallace passed to his heavenly home on November 23, 2020. Zane is survived by his wife Virginia Corn Wallace of 52 years and 11 months. He was the love of her life. He is preceded in death by his parents Zane and Mary Helen Kummer Wallace, also Virginia’s parents Wilson and Doris Mandrell Corn. Zane was honored to serve his country in the U.S Army. He served from 1966 to 1970. He was stationed in Hanau, Germany. After Virginia and Zane married she joined him in Hanau and they lived there until the end of his service. Zane served in the 3rd Armored Division Artillery. During this time he was a senior message center clerk.

After Zane and Virginia returned home he worked for Texaco, Inc until they closed down the trucking operation. He worked for many trucking companies and he retired from Ben E Keith Company in Houston, TX. He loved going to the Truck Rodeos which he won many awards and belt buckles. Zane worked hard for his family as a truck operator for over 50 years.

Zane and Virginia had three children. Jennifer and husband Tim Skeide and their two children Emily and Sam. James Wallace and wife Amy and their three children Zane G, Bekah, and Reid. Susan Werlinger and her four children, Macy Hannath and husband Taylor and their son Jack Ford. Emma Alvarado and husband John and Drew Ryan Werlinger.

Zane is also survived by his sister Helen Elaine Frazier and husband Lex. They have two sons, Edward Fraizer and wife Julie and Clayton Fraizer and wife Jordan

Zane is also survived by his brother and law Larry Corn and Wife Lisa.

He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Zane’s hobbies were hunting and fishing. He loved the outdoors and he taught his children to love the outdoors as well. He also taught them to respect the outdoors and leave the land as they found it.

Zane had lots of friends from trucking and his life long friends from elementary school. He and Gerald Stovall and David Ely kept in touch with each other and talked often.

Virginia had a daycare for over 40 years and all the children loved him and called him Papa Zane.

His family will miss him dearly and will look forward to the day we will all be together soon.