Randy Lewis Wallace

Randy Lewis WallaceRandy Lewis Wallace, 64, longtime West Phoenix, and
Phoenix, NY resident, passed away on Thursday April 10,
2014 at the V. A. Medical Center, Syracuse, NY. Born
in Fulton, NY on Sept. 10, 1949. He was a U. S.
Army veteran serving from 1966-1968. Randy was
a roofer. He was an avid fan and participant in auto
racing. Known for his famous Q-2 car, as well as the
Car 99 NY with the Wallace and Waldron Racing Team.
Randy was a fisherman and enjoyed camping; and
spending time with his family and friends.
He was predeceased by his mother, Virginia Alice (Egan)
Wallace on Feb. 5, 1965; his father, Lewis Wallace on
Jan. 9, 1993; his step-mother, Evelyn Grace (Delaney)
Wallace on July 4, 2000; his sister-in-law, L. Julie
Wallace on April 24, 2003 a grandnephew Mitchell
Wallace, II on Dec. 16, 1989.
Surviving are his life long partner, Nora J. Wallace of
Gouverneur; his daughters, Virginia I. Wallace of
Alexandria Bay, Regina L. (Christopher) Murphy of
Martville; his 3 grandchildren, Jacob Alan, Mariah
Wallace, and Christopher Murphy, Jr.; his brother,
Roland J. “Ronnie” Wallace; his two nephews, Mitch
Wallace, and Mark Wallace; his one niece, Michelle
Wallace; grandnieces and nephews, his many friends;
and a special friend Tommy Considine.
Calling hours only are from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday April
14, 2014, at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral
Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135. At 8 p.m.
the American Flag will be presented to the family.

1 thought on “Randy Lewis Wallace

  1. I think Randy may have been my step-uncle (?)…my mom’s name was Judy (Wilson) Merlino in case anyone sees this.

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