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Official Obituary of: Robert “Bobby” Wallace 1/16/2020

Robert “Bobby” Wallace 1/16/2020

North Attleboro – Robert “Bobby” Wallace, 57, of Mt. Hope Street passed away Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital surrounded by the love of his family.

Born April 30, 1962 in Attleboro, he was a son of the late Joseph and Phyllis (Bohmbach) Wallace.

Bobby was a lifelong resident of North Attleboro and Plainville.  He was a 1980 graduate of King Philip High School in Wrentham.

He worked as a builder at L & M Custom Builders in Raynham for the past 15 years.  Previously he worked doing gutters at B & B Gutters and concrete work at R & B Forms.  He was known as a hard worker on the job and at home, always putting others before himself.

Bobby loved playing horseshoes and cards.  He loved sports, particularly the Patriots and other New England teams, and was always seen wearing sports hats.  He also enjoyed gardening, listening to music and spending time with his family and friends. 

He is survived by a daughter, Kelsey Roy and husband Joseph of Attleboro and a son, Ryan Flower of Mansfield;

Three grandchildren: Lena, Joseph and Juliet Roy whom he cherished spending time with;

Seven siblings: Joseph Wallace and wife Deborah of Franklin, Roberta Bristol of North Attleboro, William Wallace and wife Carole of Rehoboth, Lynne LaRochelle and husband Dave of Norton, David Wallace of North Attleboro, Bryan Wallace of Plainville and Virginia Rubyck and husband John of Plainville;

And many nieces and nephews.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday, January 24 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Martha’s Church, 227 South Street (Route 1A) in Plainville.  Relatives and friends are invited to the Elk’s Lodge, 52 Bullfinch Street, North Attleboro after the Mass at 12 noon.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Liver Foundation, 188 Needham Street, Suite 240, Newton, MA 02464.

Arrangements entrusted to Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.  To sign an online guestbook for Bobby, please visit www.sperry-mchoul.com.

 

 

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  • Missing your smile so much! Thanks for the signs and please keep them coming. Love and miss you. Lynne

  • So sorry and shocked when I heard this. We had a lot of good times “back in the day”… Rest peacefully Bob. Thoughts and prayers to friends and family.

  • To the Wallace Family,
    My deepest condolences for the loss of Bobby
    You are being lifted up in prayer and may he Rest in Peace

  • Bobby You will be missed ! Always smiling, laughing, willing to help Had a lot of good times up at the Farm ! My heart goes out to your family as a piece of the Wallace family chain is missing and especially to Dave as you really never seen one without the other May you RIP XO

  • When I heard the news, I was saddened. Bobby was a great kid always laughing and joking.  
    A hard worker he was as he has help me on a few jobs.
    We did a trip together  Fort Lauderdale,West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach the Bahamas then to Daytona Beach. What a time we had.
    You will be missed Bobby and May You Rest In Peace…

  • Thinking of you Ginny.  So many memories… kick the can up there Bobby, we’ll meet at the Wall sooner or later and catch up. 

  • Rest In Peace Bobby. My heartfelt condolences to his family & close friends. You will be fondly remembered from our growing up years in Plainville. Always a good, funny, adventurous kid with a big beautiful smile. 

  • Leo and I want to extend or condolences to the entire family.  We got to know Bobby pretty well when he was living next door to us.  He was a very warm and friendly neighbor with a wonderful sense of humor who always went out of his way to assist us in any way he could.  He will be greatly missed. 

  • My heartfelt condolences to Bobby’s brothers, sisters and friends. He was a great guy, always a pleasure to speak with.  We had some fun times growing up.  Very sad to loss him.  Bill Roberts

  • So sad to hear of one of the Bugbee street kids passing away.  Wallace family such a nice family…my mom often had coffee with Mrs. Wallace and Lynn and I were friends.  Bobby was a sweet kid…my brother Artie’s friend.  Growing up in Plainville there were so many great families…with great kids to play with..Bobby Wallace one of those cute kids with a great smile and always up for an adventure.

    I hope there is a Bugbee street and South street in Heaven- where all us kids can someday meet and ride our bikes into the sunset.

  • I’m so sorry to hear this, Bob was a sweet, happy man and I remember him very fondly. My best to you all, especially David, I’m thinking of you

  • Kelsey and Family
    Phil and I are so sorry for your loss!  May you all find comfort and peace during this time of sorrow. 
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  • My condolences to the Wallace family so sorry for your loss. I will miss my brother from another mother very much we had great times together growing up R.I.P. Bobby Wallace

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  1. My condolences to the Wallace family so sorry for your loss. I will miss my brother from another mother very much we had great times together growing up R.I.P. Bobby Wallace

  2. Kelsey and Family
    Phil and I are so sorry for your loss!  May you all find comfort and peace during this time of sorrow. 
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  3. I’m so sorry to hear this, Bob was a sweet, happy man and I remember him very fondly. My best to you all, especially David, I’m thinking of you

  4. So sad to hear of one of the Bugbee street kids passing away.  Wallace family such a nice family…my mom often had coffee with Mrs. Wallace and Lynn and I were friends.  Bobby was a sweet kid…my brother Artie’s friend.  Growing up in Plainville there were so many great families…with great kids to play with..Bobby Wallace one of those cute kids with a great smile and always up for an adventure.

    I hope there is a Bugbee street and South street in Heaven- where all us kids can someday meet and ride our bikes into the sunset.

  5. My heartfelt condolences to Bobby’s brothers, sisters and friends. He was a great guy, always a pleasure to speak with.  We had some fun times growing up.  Very sad to loss him.  Bill Roberts

  6. Leo and I want to extend or condolences to the entire family.  We got to know Bobby pretty well when he was living next door to us.  He was a very warm and friendly neighbor with a wonderful sense of humor who always went out of his way to assist us in any way he could.  He will be greatly missed. 

  7. Rest In Peace Bobby. My heartfelt condolences to his family & close friends. You will be fondly remembered from our growing up years in Plainville. Always a good, funny, adventurous kid with a big beautiful smile. 

  8. Thinking of you Ginny.  So many memories… kick the can up there Bobby, we’ll meet at the Wall sooner or later and catch up. 

  9. When I heard the news, I was saddened. Bobby was a great kid always laughing and joking.  
    A hard worker he was as he has help me on a few jobs.
    We did a trip together  Fort Lauderdale,West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach the Bahamas then to Daytona Beach. What a time we had.
    You will be missed Bobby and May You Rest In Peace…

  10. Bobby You will be missed ! Always smiling, laughing, willing to help Had a lot of good times up at the Farm ! My heart goes out to your family as a piece of the Wallace family chain is missing and especially to Dave as you really never seen one without the other May you RIP XO

  11. To the Wallace Family,
    My deepest condolences for the loss of Bobby
    You are being lifted up in prayer and may he Rest in Peace

  12. So sorry and shocked when I heard this. We had a lot of good times “back in the day”… Rest peacefully Bob. Thoughts and prayers to friends and family.

  13. Missing your smile so much! Thanks for the signs and please keep them coming. Love and miss you. Lynne

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