Wayne K. Wallace

May 13th, 2016

Wayne K. Wallace, age 60, of Port Charlotte, Florida, formerly of Fort Devens, MA and Manchester, NH, died peacefully on April 10, 2016, following a bout of pneumonia.

Wayne was born in Boston, MA on September 2; he was the dear son of the late Joseph and Mary A. (McKenzie) Wallace. Wayne was raised in Somerville, MA, where he attended St. Benedict’s Little Flower School and went on to continue his education at the Somerville Trade High School.

Wayne served in the United States Army and was a member of Post 388 in Somerville. In his early thirties, Wayne moved to Fort Devens, MA where he met Anne McCloud Wallace, his long-time companion.

Wayne loved to play softball with his family and friends; for many years they played at Glen Park and on the Post 388 softball team.

Wayne and Anne moved to Manchester, NH, where Wayne started working in the construction field rehabbing and flipping houses. Wayne enjoyed what he did and became quite good at installing new heating and ventilations systems in various properties. Wayne and Anne had many great times together through the years before she became ill with cancer and passed away.

While in Manchester, Wayne also tried his hand in investing in the bar and restaurant business; this is where he met Bernice “Bunny” Douglas. Wayne and Bunny became very close and the couple moved to Port Charlotte, Florida several years ago.

Wayne leaves behind two children, his dearest daughter Stacey Wallace of Manchester N.H. and his son Kenny. He is grandfather to Joseph, James, and Nicole. He also leaves his beloved Companion Bernice “Bunny” Douglas of Port Charlotte, FL, he was the dear brother of Cheryl Diabo, Caroline Weilcher, and John Wallace all of Manchester, NH, and William Wallace & wife Teresa of Wilmington. Wayne is also survived by many nieces and nephews and was pre-deceased by a long-time friend Anne McCloud Wallace.

Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Saturday, May 21st for Visitation from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. immediately followed by a Service at 12:30 p.m.


8 Entries in Guest Book for “Wayne K. Wallace”

  1. Neil E. Gillis says:

    Wayne was one of my oldest friends from before softball days, Worked together for 5 yrs at First National warehouse on middlesex ave then on to Rothsteins together as a member of local 829

  2. Melikka Perron says:

    Stacey I can’t tell you how sorry I am for you! Remember all the good times you had with him. And also the times he was there for all the important events in your life. Peace and Love, Melikka

  3. Tony Salvato Sr says:

    I hung out with Wyane at Glen pk and he was a good kid
    We became neighbors living in the same house. Had lots of fun.
    So sorry for your loss RIP Wayne

  4. Yvonne leeuw says:

    Wayne was my neighbor here in Port Charlotte and we had some nice times. He will be sorely missed. Rest in peace my friend. My prayers and thoughts go out to his family .

  5. Cherry Diabo says:

    Wayne was the best brother anyone could have. I Will never forget when I went to vist him, he took me to watch the Red Sox at spring training and we had so much fun. (He didn’t even like the Red Sox ) I love you and miss you alot. RIP my brother. Love your sister Cheryl

  6. Katherine Cremin says:

    Wayne was always kind to me. He looked out for me when I was a kid. I will always remember him with a smile and a warm memory. He was a good guy. I loved him like a brother without a doubt.

  7. MacInnes Family says:

    Sorry for your loss my he rest in peace.

  8. Kevin P. Doherty says:

    Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

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