The Malcolm Wallace obituary (Dallas Times Herald

Mac Wallace obituary Friday, January 8, 1971 - The Dallas Times Herald

Funeral arrangements for Malcolm E. Wallace, 49, of 610 Tennison
Memorial Drive, a former employee of Ling-Tempco-Vought, are pending at
Smith-Bates Funeral Chapel in Mount Pleasant.

Mr. Wallace died in an automobile accident near Pittsburg, Texas
Thursday. He had recently returned to Dallas from Fullerton, California.
He was a long time resident of Dallas and was graduated from the
University of Texas at Austin, where he was president of the student
body in 1947. He had served in the Marine Corps. and was a member of
St. Johns Episcopal Church in Dallas. He had been with LTV more than 15
years as an administrator.

Survivors include his son Michael Wallace of California, two daughters,
Ms. David Nix of Mount Enterprise and Miss Elaine Wallace of California;
four brothers, Jim Wallace, David Wallace, Jerry Wallace and Bruce
Wallace, all of Dallas; a sister Mrs. James W. Phillips of Kansas;
father A.J. Wallace of Dallas; and one grandchild.

January 10, 1971 - The Dallas Morning News

Obit. headline: “M.E. Wallace Services set for Sunday”

Funeral services for Malcolm E. Wallace, 49, of 610 Tennison Memorial
Drive, who was killed Thursday night in a traffic accident in Pittsburg,
Camp County, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday in the Nevils Baptist
Church in Mount Pleasant, Titus County. Burial will be in the Nevils
Chapel Cemetery there.

The Texas Department of Public Safety reported that Wallace was killed
about 7:35 p.m. Thursday when his car ran off the road 3.5 miles south
of Pittsburg on U.S. 271.

A native of Mount Pleasant, he had lived in Dallas for 30 years. before
moving to California about 10 years ago. He had recently returned to
Dallas. He was formerly manager of the purchasing department of
Ling-Temco-Vought, Inc.

He was graduated in 1947 from the University of Texas, where he served
as president of the student body during that year. He was a member of
St. John Episcopal Church and a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.

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