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Victor Alan Wallace Dies at 56

Victor Alan Wallace

Victor Alan Wallace of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, died Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Schneider Regional Medical Center. He was 56 years old.

He is survived by his:

Mother: Beatrice Potter Donadelle

Father: Vincent A. Wallace

Grandmother: Ena Benjamin Potter

Brothers: Troy A. George, Ka’Mal A. Donadelle, Juma Wallace and Charlton Randolph

Brother-in-law: John Peterson

Sister: Jennae Wallace Peterson

Sister-in-law: Reva Gumbs George

Aunts: Vivian Lewis, Valia Clausell, LaVern Potter Olive, Sheryl Potter Rodney, Stephanie, Eldra, Shelby, Monique, Michelle and Ebony Potter

Uncles: Vernon Wallace, Vancito Wallace, Wayne, Eldred, Jr. (Pinky), Avery, Tyrone, Austin, Merwin, Morris, Eldred Jr. III (Baba) Potter, Darryl, Raoul Harley Potter, Dale Benjamin and Keith Walters.

Stepmother: Carol Wallace

Stepfather: Ashley W. Donadelle

Godparents: Donna Robinson and Bruce Hamlin

He was preceded in death by Vitallia L. Wallace, Vincent A. Wallace Sr., Eldred A. Potter Sr., Viggo A. Wallace and Stewart H. Potter.

He is also survived by many great aunts and uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members too numerous to mention.

During his lengthy illness, Victor accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.

The family respectfully requests to all extended family members, well-wishers, patrons, co-workers, good friends and others that there will be no viewing as the decision has been made to cremate the body. Victor will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Dan Hurley Home for Funerals and Cremation Centers of St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix.  For online directions or to share a special memory, please visit our website at www.hurleydavisfuneralhome.com

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