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James E "Jim" Wallace

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of James E "Jim" Wallace. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

James E. Wallace (Jim), 85 of Cambridge, Massachusetts, passed away on July 31, 2021 at his Houston residence, following a battle with an aggressive form of prostate cancer.   Born September 8, 1935 in Reidsville, North Carolina, son of the late Earl Francis Wallace and Virginia Morton Wallace.  Jim was predeceased by his beloved wife Julia Abernethy Wallace. He is survived by his wife Renee Seale of Houston, Texas, his daughter...  see more
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  • Adam Humphries
  • William Hamilton
    Only through the restrictions of the Covid pandemic did I get to know Jim up close and then usually twice each Thursday through Zoom connections, as he transitioned from the couch with Renee to the hospital bed. It was a blessing to feel his selfless...  more
  • Rachel Wyon
    Much much love and beautiful remembrances. Jim is ever present in our hearts.
  • Rachel Wyon
  • William Hamilton
  • Jo Bower
  • Jim and Grace Dickerson
    Jim is deeply precious to our family. We spent many days and nights in the yellow house on the Cape. We were always warmly welcomed by Jim and Julia, and our children Rachel, Ben and Andre have very fond memories of Jim. We were able to see Jim and...  more
  • Jan Geijtenbeek
  • Beatrice Graham
    This wonderful photo makes me smile and remember Jim's extraordinary capacity to embrace being - whether he was engaged with global issues, helping a friend (no one was a stranger to Jim) or caring for a wounded creature, Jim was thoughtful, kind,...  more
  • Beatrice Graham
  • Skip Schiel
    one memory of jim that i believe is accurate: he told me he'd worked in industries connected with the military. one day someone asked him, jim, why? not in an accusatory tone but with genuine curiosity. he didn't tell me how he answered but this question...  more
  • Alan Meyers
    I'm saddened by this news...although I didn't cross Jim's path in recent years, I still have warm memories of Jim as the leader of our delegation to San Jose las Flores in 1988. His irrepressible good nature lifted us all up. Rest in power, Jim...
  • Ginger Ryan