Lois Mabelene Wallace-Hill – 1935-2022

Lois Mabelene Wallace-Hill – 1935-2022

Lois Mabelene Wallace-Hill, 86, was born September 14, 1935, to the late Willie and Monroe Wallace, Scott, Ark. She is survived by: daughter, Felicia Hunter; granddaughter, Lakhia J. Scott-Hunter; sister, Maggie Moore of Detroit, Mich., and a host of family and friends.

Walk-through visitation will be Friday, July 22, 2022, 12 noon to 4:30 p.m., Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home, 1200 Chester Street, Little Rock. Masks are required. Funeral services will be Sunday, July 24, 2022, 1 p.m., Emmanuel Baptist Church, 3323 W. 12th Street, Little Rock, Ark., 72204.

3 thoughts on “Lois Mabelene Wallace-Hill – 1935-2022”

  • Ms. Mabelene I can honestly say “there are no more like you!” You will be extremely missed by your neighbors and from personal experience. That signature greeting of yours where you said to us “heeeey now” and lifted that left arm will never be duplicated. Watch over us as much as you can. Felicia, you did a phenomenal job in caring for your mom. and God is so very pleased with you. She loved you more than you will ever really know. From my family to yours you will always be in our hearts. Gaines and Dennis family

  • Thank You, Jesus, for allowing Mother Hill to be a part of my life. The memories and times are too many to remember or count, but I do remember this that Mother Hill is a “Child of God.” Mother Hill, thank you for pouring into, investing in, and believing in me.
    “I Love You.” Adriian “Church Baby” Gardner

  • Miss Mabelene was a Friend to me. She gave me an opportunity to farm. At a time when my family was going through some difficult times. I will always remember her Southern charm, and her genuine Love of the Land…. Her Family’s Land. The Land was her roots. Just as our family’s land is our roots. I only knew her for a few years, but felt like I had known her All my life. She felt like family to me. I loved it when she invited me into her home and called me ‘baby’. Miss Mabelene was a Lady, …. and a Farmer. She was very proud of her farm, her heritage, and had high hopes for her farm to be productive. I had a bad year in farming in 2021. I am sorry that I let her down as a tenant that year. I’m honored to have known her. And I will miss her dearly. Greg Stecks.

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