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Daniel Wallace

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1956-2022

Daniel Wallace, 65, passed away Saturday, April 23, 2022, in Carroll, Iowa.

He was a resident of Carroll. He was born Oct. 27 1956, in Pomona, California. He was born to Roy Allen Wallace and JoAnn Wallace. Daniel was raised in Hacienda Heights, California, and graduated from Los Altos High School. Daniel then served in the Navy for six years and was a first class petty officer, with his service including action in Grenada. He held a degree in mechanical engineering. He drove a truck for many years in the continental 48 states. He worked at the Game One (Graphic Edge) and loved it. He really enjoyed the people he worked with and the company.

Daniel had traveled all over the world and the United States. He loved wandering with his Jeep, he never met a stranger and loved fishing. He loved making flies dip to make his daughters squeal when they were little. Daniel wanted to be buried as a tree, which is becoming a tradition in his immediate family. Eulogy will be given by minister Lance Charlot, who was also a good friend of Daniel.

Funeral arrangements are under the guidance of Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll, and online condolences may be left for Daniel’s family at www.sharpfuneral.com.

Daniel is survived by three children: Aubrey Wallace, Crystal Wallace and Danielle Muy (Tommy Muy); eight grandchildren; two sisters: Laurie Prichard Bruning (Michael Bruning) and Kimberly Maggiola; and many nieces and nephew and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Roy Wallace and JoAnn Wallace; and all aunts and uncles.

In lieu of flower, donations to St. Anthony Hospice are welcome.

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