Prophetess Pearlie Mae WallaceAugust 25, 2017
Pearlie Mae Minor Wallace was born in Rock Hill, South Carolina April 15, 1930 to the late Sam and Clara Dewese Minor. She made her heavenly transition on Friday, August 25, 2017 at 5:45 p.m. at her home in Marion, Alabama.
Pearlie Mae attended Emmette Scott School in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Later she moved to Buffalo, New York where she spent most of her life working as a Domestic worker and cab driver for the city of Buffalo, New York which she thoroughly loved.
While in Buffalo, New York she became friends with Pearlie and Geneva Wallace she united with Gods Holy Temple under the leadership of Bishop H. Abdullah and later joined The Upper Room Ministries led by Pastor Pearlie Wallace. She spent many days working with the youth in the church and the streets, encouraging them to get their life in order and get an education.
She was married to Rev. Lee Andrew Wallace on December 22, 2005 and resided in Marion, Alabama where she enjoyed visiting and praying with the sick. They joined the New Oak Grove Baptist Church under the Leadership of Reverend Moderator Woodie L. Melton.
Her love and friendship had no boundaries she always greeted everybody with a hug. (give me a hug). She loved fishing and working her flowers as long as she was able.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Clara Minor and brother, James E. Minor, Grandson, James Levell Harris (Tracy Harris) ; a brother in-law, Eugene L. Wallace.
She leaves to cherish her memories a loving devoted husband, Rev. Lee Andrew Wallace, loving daughter, Louvenia Moore of Buffalo, New York; one granddaughter, Lasonya Harris Gaskin of Atlanta, Georgia three great grandchildren Ternisha I. (James) Phillips, Buffalo, New York, Alexis L. Harris and Spencer W. Gaskin, III of Atlanta, Georgia; nine great great grand children, one aunt, Mattie Oden of Rock Hill, South Carolina; seven sister in-laws, Carol Minor, Buffalo, New York, Dorothy (Preston) Hornbuckle, Marion, Alabama, Geneva Wallace and Pearlie Mae (William) Dockery of Buffalo, New York, Delois (Joseph) Lane of Montross, Virginia, Alberta Hollis, Marion, Alabama, Geraldine Wallace of Detroit, Michigan, a devoted cousin Dorothy A. Pittman, Charlotte, North Carolina and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.