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Wallace E Sielaff

Memorial for Wallace E Sielaff

Born in Thorndale, Texas on Aug. 3, 1934
Departed on Sep. 25, 2013 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Saturday, Sep. 28, 2013
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service: Sunday, Sep. 29, 2013
2:00 pm
Cemetery: Capital Parks Cemetery
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Wallace Eugene Sielaff (W.E.S.) 8/3/34 to 9/25/13
Our beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, and most of all our Friend will be dearly missed by all that knew him. Wallace went to be with the Lord and prior family friends before him on Wednesday, September 25th 2013. Born August 3rd 1934 in Thorndale, Texas. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Shirley Sielaff and their 3 children: daughter Teresa Sielaff Scott and husband Eric, son Gary Sielaff and wife Rosana, son Richard Sielaff (preceded in death). He is also survived by 5 grandchildren: Jason Kucera, Aaron Bates and wife Windy, Derek Scott, Skyler Scott, Audry Scott Bosch and husband Kevin. He also has 6 great grandchildren: Isabel Kucera, Aidan Kucera, Aleha Bosch, Addison Bosch, Gavin Bates, and Sequoya Scott. He is preceded in death by parents Bill Sielaff and Dora McCasland.
Wallace will be remembered by his beautiful smile and grin. He was always ready to give a compliment to the lady's and had a great sense of humor. Wallace served his Country in the Army early in his between 1957-1959, and was proud to be a veteran. Shortly before enlistment he met the woman of his dreams, Shirley Yancey, a young beautiful girl from Oklahoma. Together they developed a bond of love, respect, honor, and companionship for one another. After his duration in military service they started their life's journey, a young family with 3 children in Austin, Texas. Wallace landed a position with Austin Utility power plants (3 total) that created the stability and foundation to build his 30 year career, retiring as site supervisor. Wallace was a very kind hearted, sharing, loving, and giving man. He was very soft spoken, but the love and guidance he gave shined through time and time again. Wallace loved working and tinkering with any electrical and mechanical equipment, there was nothing he couldn't fix and get working again. He was a very good teacher and had a very keen eye for details, almost a perfectionist he would say. Wallace has left an everlasting impression on the lives he has touched. We will all be eternally grateful and will have daily reminders of who we are, where we came from, and what truly matters is our families and friendships we make along the way. We all love you deeply.
A funeral service will be held at Austin-Peel and Son, 607 E. Anderson Lane Austin, Texas, 78752. (512)419-7224 Saturday (9/28), 6-8pm Sunday (9/29), 2pm

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