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Wallace Nations

Wallace Nations

Tuesday, January 2nd, 1940 Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

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Obituary for Wallace Harper Nations

Wallace H. Nations
January 2, 1940 – July 21, 2020

It was with the heaviest of hearts that we had to say goodbye to a kind and loving man. His generous heart and gentle soul is a great lost to us all.

Wallace passed away peacefully at his home, with loved ones by his side, and loved ones close in prayers from afar.

He was an Administrative Law Judge with the National Labor Relations Board, (Washington, D.C.), for 33 years.
Prior to his work for the NLRB , he was a
member of the State Bar of Texas for 50 years, a law partner at Robinson, Felts, Starnes and Nations, in his home town, Austin, Tx. He was also a hearing examiner for the Railroad Commission.

Wallace loved life . He enjoyed watching and playing golf, long walks, puzzles, and talking to anyone and everyone, (many will remember these talks as Wally lectures.)

He watched with great pride his five grandchildren growing into adulthood,
and couldn’t wait to see where and who they would become. He will continue following their paths, smiling from above.

A life well lived.
A life to be missed by so many.

Wallace leaves his wife Marianne (Schack) Nations, His son Brad Nations, wife Patty, and their children Audrey and Emily, San Antonio,Texas. His daughter Laura Coker, her husband Jon , their three sons, Jacob, Jared, and Jackson all of Austin,Texas. His sister and friend,
Nancy Andrews, Austin,Texas. His Mother-in-law and friend, Janice Schack, Enfield, and his niece, Valerie Sloane, Seattle WA., who he held very dear to heart.
Many in-laws, cousins, and friends near and far, mourn this life, gone too soon.

A celebration of Wallaces’ life will be held at the convenience of the family; (but feel free to start anytime).

His beautiful eyes and smile, are etched in our hearts forever.

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Ramona Beasley

John and I send a prayer of deep and sincere sympathy to Marianne, sister Nancy, and Wally's entire family. John has very fond memories of playing sandlot football and baseball and while growing up throughout their school years in Austin. Nancy and I were classmates and friends at A. N. McCallum High School in Austin. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

John and Ramona Beasley
West Lake Hills, Texas
Comment | Posted at 12:53pm via Condolence
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Deborah Schack

Marianne, I will miss and love Wally always. I
grieve with you and offer any support you need.
Love, Debbie
Comment | Posted at 12:29pm via Condolence
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The Madsens

Dear Marianne,
I am so saddened to hear about your loss, my thoughts and prayers go out to you. I hope that in time you will find comfort through the loving memories of your husband. I am here for you if you need to talk.
With heartfelt sympathy, Ann Madsen
ann34ray28@sbcglobal.net
Comment | Posted at 01:02am via Condolence
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