Grace Lucille Wallace Lockner
”1939 - 2016”

    Grace Lucille Wallace Lockner

    As I leave the Earth, Among the stars I soar.
    Rising higher to Thee I cannot ask for more.
    But, to fly with wings unfurled To reach the vast beyond,
    My spirit is of the universe ~
    The universe is where I belong.
      JC High Eagle

      Grace L. Wallace Lockner
      76, Commerce OK, passed away June 6, 2016 at St. John's in Tulsa, OK.
      Grace Lucille Wallace was born June 17, 1939 in
      Wyandotte, OK to Leonard E. and Hazel L. (Long) Wallace.
      Grace formerly worked as a manager for Grand Lake Casino.
      She was a member of the Seneca Cayuga Nation and
      the Wyandotte United Methodist Church. Grace loved plants,
      flower and spending time with her grand Kids.
      Survivors include one son, Morris Wallace, Wyandotte, OK;
      seven daughters, Kim Bell, Claremore, OK, Stephanie Hart
      and husband Ronald (Jack), Commerce, Tammy Moss and husband
      Billy Logan, Wyandotte,, Bobby Lockner, Tulsa, OK,
      Lori Lockner and husband Darrin White, Bahamas, Deborah Salisbury
      and husband Luke, Owasso, OK and Candace Greenlow and husband Jimmy,
      Tulsa, OK; three brothers, Jack Wallace and wife Glenda, Tulsa,
      Richard Wallace and wife Ruby, Wyandotte and Norman (Bub) Wallace,
      Grantville, KS; One sister June Wallace, Wyandotte, Ok;
      26 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren.
      Grace was preceded in death by her parents, one sister,
      Clara Wallace; one daughter, Cathy Wallace and one grand-daughter,
      Hope Bell.
      Graveside services will be held at 10:00 am, Thursday, June 9, 2016
      at the Bassett Grove Cemetery with Paul Barton and Rev. John Bates officiating.
      The body will lie in state at the Seneca Cayuga Community Building
      24819 S 660 Rd, Grove, OK 74344.
      Arrangements under the personal direction of
      Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca, MO.
      Resource:Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral

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