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Rayvon Wallace

d. April 8, 2014

Rayvon Wallace

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Cheraw, SC

Rayvon C. Wallace, 65, died Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Born in Cheraw, SC he was a son of the late Cecil and Ethel T. Wallace. He was a US Army Veteran serving a tour in Vietnam. Mr. Wallace was retired, he had work at Bi-Lo, Cheraw Hardware and ERA Realty (Hartsville).  He was ordained as a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by the Baptist Association on August 1, 2010. When his health declined he took great pride in being a minister and using his talent for the Lord in an important phone ministry. He enjoyed looking for Indian artifacts, canoeing down the Pee Dee River and researching the history of Cheraw. He was an avid University of South Carolina Gamecock fan. He liked to spend time landscaping and working in his yard. He was known for his wit and telling stories, putting a  spin on true stories of himself and friends. He loved talking to people. He was a devout and loving husband and best friend.

Surviving is his wife, Margaret Coan Wallace of Cheraw, SC, a brother, Tommy Wallace of Cheraw, SC, several nieces and nephews. Ray was very close to Zachery T. Michael, whom he mentored.

Mr. Wallace was preceded in death by his parents listed above and a sister, Jeraline W. Boan.

The family will receive friends 1:00 PM, Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Kiser Funeral Home, Cheraw, SC. A funeral service will be held 2:00 PM, Saturday, April 12, 2014 in the funeral home chapel following the visitation.

Memorials to; D.A.V.  PO Box 14301,  Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301 or Wounded Warrior Project,  P.O. Box 758517,  Topeka, Kansas 66675

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