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Larissa S. Wallace

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Larissa Sue Adkins Wallace passed from this life to her heavenly life, March 30, 2016. She was born November 15, 1977 and lived on this earth 38 yrs. She was Valedictorian of her senior class, and graduated in 1996 from Town East Christian School. She became a cosmetologist in 2012. She is survived by her loving husband David Wallace; three beautiful children, Zachary, William, and Lillian; parents, Roy and Rachel Adkins; brothers, Roy and wife Kenda, Wesley, and Paul and wife Ashley; Grandmother, Rowena Adkins; sisters-in-law, Vicki and husband Randy, and Valerie and husband Brynn; mother-in-law Illona Lopez; multiple cousins, and aunts and uncles. A Memorial Celebration will be held at Town East Baptist Church, at 12:30 pm., Saturday, the 9th of April. Location is 5866 US HWY 87 E., San Antonio, 78222. Luncheon afterwards. To leave a note for the family visit and select Obituaries.

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  1. My prayers for the whole family . I love all of y’all like my own family having been around y’all so long .

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. It is very heartbreaking. Larissa was a sweet, beautiful person. I pray that you can all find peace. Until we meet again childhood friend. Rebekah Dyess

  3. I have fond memories of Larissa from my time at Town East what an amazing person. Prayers are with your family & her beautiful children during this time.

    Priscilla Henrich-McBee

  4. What an amazing person. I absolutely LOVED the fact that she lived her life to the absolute FULLEST no matter what anyone thought. I will always remember that vitality.

  5. Roy, Rachael, David and the rest of the family.

    Sammy and I are totally heartbroken at the loss of Larissa. We knew Larissa as a young child and didn’t really see much of her growing up years, but what we do remember about Larissa was that she was a sweet young lady – very in-tune with her surroundings and those around her. She had good insight even as a youngster – and we could see that, even in the few time(s) we were around her. Unfortunately, our paths haven’t crossed nearly enough for us to have known her as a wife and young mother, but I am sure that with her upbringing, her strong and devout faith, that she was the epitome of what a nice and thoughtful person should be. In reading some of the other testimonies about Larissa, I believe that to be a true fact. A parent was never meant to bury their child, but sometimes that’s just God’s plan – we’ll never understand why, but we do know that we will all be together again in Heaven. We send our condolences, our tears, and our prayers to you. May God grant you peace and strength during this time.

  6. Words aren’the enough, Larissa was always a blessing to me. During my divorce, she would ask me at least 3 times a week if I needed anything. Or if she could do anything to help me. She gave off such joy and light. As I watched her become a wife and mother, she was amazing. I will miss her, but am so thankful she was a part of my life. Much love and many prayers. Margie.

  7. Roy, Rachel, David and Kids,

    I am so very sorry to hear about Larissa’s passing. May the Lord comfort you during this time of grief. It is a blessing, however, that we will see her again some day soon! May she rest in the loving arms of our Lord Jesus Christ!

  8. Larissa was an amazing person. Friendly,beautiful, loving, elegant, a lady and so much more!!!! Love you Larissa will see you again.

  9. I am deeply sorry for your loss! I know this is a very difficult time for the family. I lost my mother and brother a few months ago. My mom past away in September then my brother in December. So I know how painful it is. But what helped me cope and bring some comfort to me is knowing what the Bible says in the book of (John 11:11-14.) Notice that Jesus compared death to sleep. Lazarus (was his friend) but Lazarus was neither in heaven nor in a burning hell. So when we die we are simply sleeping, not suffering any longer. Read (Psalms 146:4) His spirit/life goes he returns to the ground, on that very day his thoughts perish. But, there is a hope of seeing our love ones again and very soon. (Job 14:15)You will call, and I will answer you. Read (John 5:28,29) Those in memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. Please Read (Revelation 21:4) when you have some time. I wish you well!

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