Jennifer W. Wallace, age 55 of West End, died Friday, November 27, 2020 at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst.

A devoted wife, mother and friend, Jen was born in Memphis, TN, although spent most of her childhood in Fenton, MI and later in Grosse Pointe, MI. She had a passion for training dogs and horses, which she passed on to her daughter, and spent much of her time working with Labrador Retrievers. After marrying her husband and best friend SGM(Ret), James W. Wallace, a US Army veteran, they lived in various states while he served our Republic. The two settled in West End, North Carolina in the mid 1990’s where she steadfastly raised their daughter, kept the home fires burning, and worked.

In addition to her husband of 29 years she is survived by a daughter, Farrington Wallace of Stephens City, VA; father, David R. Wallace of The Villages, FL; brother, Christopher Wallace of Tampa, FL; step-brother, Ryan Hutchings of Fenton, MI; step-sister, Tracy Hamby of Atlanta, GA.

She was preceded in death by her mother Patricia Zaun Kane.

At this time services are postponed until a later date.

In lieu of flowers the family would like donations made in Jenny’s memory to: https://www.k9sforwarriors.org

Services entrusted to Fry & Prickett Funeral Home.

Online condolences may be set at PinesFunerals.com

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  1. May you rest on peace my sweet friend ❤️. I will miss our chats and catching up with news of Farrington. Prayers for your family during this most difficult time .

  2. My sincere condolences for your loss. I believe there will be a blessed reunion. Meanwhile, your loss will be heaven’s gain.

  3. James & Farrin,

    A beautiful flower has been plucked from the Earth’s Garden with the loss of Jenny. Our prayers are with both of you for comfort and strength at this time. May you both be blessed with fondest memories of Her.

    Pat & Kim Burke

  4. James and Farrin,
    My heart aches to hear this news and I am keeping you, your daughter, and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Please accept my most sincere condolences and wishes that you and your family can find some comfort as you deal with your loss. The joy and happiness Jenn brought to your lives will never be forgotten. Take good care of yourselves, Alesa Martin

  5. James and Farrin,

    Our heartfelt prayers and our deepest condolences on your loss. May the Lord embrace Jennifer in Heaven while she continues to watch over you.

    Mark and Katherine Dunham

  6. May God’s love surround and uplift you, filling your mind and heart with His consoling peace. Sincere condolences.
    Tom Williams

  7. May God’s gentle love surround and uplift you, filling your mind and heart with His consoling peace. Sincere condolences.

  8. My deepest condolences and sympathies for the Wallace family. May Jennifer rest in peace while we celebrate her rich and loving life that had a positive impact on so many others.

  9. James and Farrin,

    We met Jenn through Dr Nick Elam who brought us one of most beloved black labs, Coal, from one of Jenn’s litters. And about 7 months later, Jenn was kind enough to keep Coal while we traveled for 6 weeks. Jenn always was welcoming, smiling and we will forever be grateful for her gift to us, her guidance and her kindness. Please know how much Jenn meant to our family. We send our prayers for you both.

  10. On 27 November I lost my best friend and wife of 29 years, I miss you my love. I knew from the start we were meant for each other. On the 4th of January 1992 we became inseparable despite all the times we had to spend apart. You gave me the greatest gift of all with Farrin.
    I cross my heart, and promise to, give all the love I’ve got to give to you. In all the World, you’ll never find, a love as true as mine.
    I know you walk with God now.
    Always and Forever, Love, Jim

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