Cora Mae Wallace


Because God needed me much more he came and took me home and all my work was done. So he took me and said come and rest my great ANGEL.

Cora Mae Wallace was born June 24, 1954 in Gonzales, Texas to Blanche Wallace and Buster Hardaway. Cora graduated from Gonzales High School May of 1973. She worked for the City of Gonzales as a Maintenance Supervisor for 30 years before retiring.

Cora was known for arranging beautiful flower arrangements for weddings, anniversaries and church functions. She was gifted with decorating for special occasions. She worked for the Harris Funeral Home as an attendant.

She was baptized at an early age by Reverend Phillip Brown at Macedonia Baptist Church in Aransas Pass, Texas. After relocating to Gonzales, Texas, she united with the Providence Baptist Church and was a faithful member. She also sang in the adult choir.

Cora was an active church member of the church. She was a sweet and kind person and would help you in any way she could.

She is preceded in death by her father: Buster Hardaway; two brothers: Varence Wallace, Sr., and Norman Wallace; one sister: Dana Wallace; grandparents: R.D. and Ceola Miller; stepfather: Charles Murray; and one nephew: Allen Bates.

Cora Mae leaves to cherish her memory: Mother: Blanche Wallace of Gonzales, Texas; one sister: Sheila Stephens (Mark) of San Antonio, Texas; special aunt: Sylvia J. Wright (Ginnie) of San Antonio, Texas; special uncle: R.D. Miller, Sr. III (Boy) of San Antonio, Texas; lifelong friends: Brenda Armer, Patricia Clay, and Gail Hunt; her Church family; other relatives and many friends.

I have fought a good fight and kept the faith, and a crown of glory is waiting for me.

Cora Mae went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020 at the age of 66.

Viewing: Friday, Oct. 9, 2020 from 4-7 p.m. at the Providence Baptist Church

Funeral Services: Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020 at the Providence Baptist Church

Service Entrusted to the Harris Funeral Home.