Kyle Wayne Wallace
Kyle Wayne Wallace, 50, Lawrence, died Friday, March 7, 2014 at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
He was born September 11, 1963, in Chanute to Wayne and Dorothy Wallace. He grew up and attended school in Chanute before entering the Navy in 1987 as a Naval Airman. He was a Desert Storm Veteran, and achieved the rank of Petty Officer 3rd Class as a anti-submarine operator.
After leaving the military and spending several years living on the east coast he moved to Lawrence, Ks. There he was employed by Pine Family Landscape Center as the Field Supervisor for the Kansas Speedway.
He was survived by his four children, Ciji Renee Parsons, Christopher John-Michael Wallace, Kaitlin Shea Wallace and Jordan Mackenzie Lee Wallace. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters Lisa Schrant, Dana Morrison and a brother Scott Wallace.
The family would like to thank the many people at Lawrence Memorial for the wonderful care and support he received, and would request any memorials be made in his name to Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Kyle had requested to be a donor, and made that special gift with Saving Sight.
A private family service will be held in his memory at a later date.
Wayne & Dorothy;
So sorry for the loss of your son. Hugs & prayers.
Eddie & Brenda (Corbett) McKinsey
Words could never express how blessed I am to have had Kyle “Wallygator” as a true friend for so many years. You’re all in my prayers.
Kyle will forever be in my heart! It was such a blessing to meet you all and have that time with you. What an amazing family, you should be proud!! I see Kyles smile when I close my eyes and I just know he is living in paradise. Love Always, Lindsay Loowhoo
I’m so sorry for your loss. I had never met Kyle, but knew of him thru my sister Lindsay Erhart…..I know he was a special and wonderful friend and he will be greatly missed! Again, I’m sorry and your family and friends will be in my prayers…..hoping peace and comfort come your way soon!
~Chelsea Moore & family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during these difficult times and days ahead. We loved Kyle and cherish our memories with him, he was an amazing man.
I am so saddened to hear of Kyle’s passing. Unfortunately he and I had not be in contact for many years but we attended school together in Chanute every year, learned to play baseball together, and football, and were always good friends. He was that kind of person that everybody liked and enjoyed being around. Such an all around great guy and I’m sure that all of these great qualities of his carried through to adulthood and parenthood. My heart goes out to his family during this difficult time. God rest your soul, Kyle, and may his radiant face shine upon you and give your family comfort and peace.
I’m so sorry about Kyle. Please know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry for your loss. May it help to know that Kyle is now in the Loving arms of the Lord, in Heaven.
The world is a better place because of Kyle’s presence. He and Scott were Aaron’s first friends. God bless you all.
Lost track of where you are now, wanted to let you know I am thinking of you. So sorry for the loss of your brother.
So sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers for your family.