Stephanie Hudnall Wallace

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Stephanie Hudnall Wallace, 50, of Euharlee, GA went to be with the Lord on October 2, 2019.  

A Celebration of life will be held Saturday October 5, 2019 at Cartersville First Baptist Church.  Friends and Family will be received from 3:00 to 4:00 pm with a service to immediately follow.

Stephanie was born to Charlie and Bonnie Hudnall on July 20, 1969.  She was always proud to tell everyone she was born on the day the first man walked on the moon!  She was a loving wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend.

She graduated from Fort Mill High School in 1987.  She went on to receive a degree from the Art Institute of Atlanta.  Stephanie realized her passion for teaching later in life and received her BA in Elementary Education from Kennesaw State University in 2013.

Stephanie married William Wallace Jr in 1997 and shared a happy 22 years of marriage.  Stephanie’s greatest joy was raising her children, Jordan (21), Bryant (16), Zachary (13), Matthew (16) and Logan (12).  Stephanie loved many things in life: Music, yearly Beach trip, Hallmark Christmas movies, quality time with family and friends but most of all the Georgia Bulldogs!!

Stephanie is preceded in death by her father, Charlie Hudnall.  She is survived by her husband, William Wallace Jr.; daughter, Jordan Wallace; Sons, Bryant, Matthew, Zachary, and Logan; mother Bonnie Hudnall; Sisters Michelle (John) Love, Mary Beth (Robert) Badgett.  She is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, and a host of lifelong friends.  

8 Comments To "Stephanie Hudnall Wallace"

Penny Clark On Oct 05 2019 at 7pm
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. We went to church with Stephanie at Euharlee Baptist and was in SS class together and really enjoyed our time with her. She loved life and her family and friends and loved to laugh. She will be missed by the many people whose life she touched. I have been praying for the family and will continue to do so in your time of loss and grief. May God comfort and bless you during these difficult days. Reply to this comment
Brian Meyer On Oct 05 2019 at 7pm
My hearts and thoughts are filled with a West Virginia childhood growing up with Stephanie and her sisters. It was truly idyllic at a time when kids still played outside. Stephanie loved to play school!! She’d come up with worksheets and a few of us other kids would attend her “class” which was held in her parents rec room in the basement. I’m saddened to hear of her passing and can only pray for her & the whole family to find some peace in her memories. Reply to this comment
Sherry Cole On Oct 05 2019 at 7pm
I’ll miss you so much., I cannot imagine my life without you in it. The memories from Fort Mill, beach trips, and phone calls will stay in my memories. You brought out the craziness in me with your jokes and sarcasm, always leaving me laughing! You will never be forgotten. Love you???????? Sherry Reply to this comment
Jacqueline Cooper On Oct 05 2019 at 7pm
Stephanie I know we hadn’t seen each other in many years, like 23... but we kept in touch and cared so much about each other and our families. I will treasure the last message you sent me just 2 days before this nightmare began. Offering to help me all the way down here in Florida, cause you were awesome like that. I don’t think you ever got my response but know that I Love You and I’ll miss you so much. Reply to this comment
Vanessa and Mike Hill On Oct 05 2019 at 12am
There are no words for the emptiness I feel right now. I will remember all the good times we've had and the long talks we've had late at night. I will miss all the conversations we had while you were driving. Love ya lots Stephanie, until we meet again. Fly high my friend. Reply to this comment
Michelle Parker On Oct 04 2019 at 4pm
Stephanie you will be truly missed and was truly a one of a kind friend.. I will do all I can for your family as you did for my fanily. I will love and miss you until we meet again. Now go Rest High on that Mountain till it’s time for us to meet again... Reply to this comment
Dina Donato On Oct 05 2019 at 12am
I will always remember Mrs. Wallace for her passion and love for her children. God bless all the Wallace Family. You all are in my thoughts and in my prayers. My Sincere Sympathy, Dina Donato, Woodland Middle School
Patti Zimmerly On Oct 04 2019 at 4pm
I always enjoyed seeing her and family come into the reunions. I thought she was onery like her dad. Our reunions have lost so many that it's hard to get together. I've enjoyed reading Stephanie's posts about her family. You all make life look so fun. God bless all of you. Patti and Glen Davisson and family. Reply to this comment
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