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Funeral Arrangements for Robert "Bob" Wallace

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

St. Paul's Missionary Baptist Church, 8309 Brandon Street, Houston, TX 77052

Wake: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Funeral: 11:00 a.m.  


Heritage Place Mourns the Loss of

Robert "Bob" Wallace

Past Board Member, 2009 Hoosier Heritage Lifetime Achievement Award Receipient,

Bridge Club Leader and Friend

"Bob Wallace was truly an outstanding citizen and community leader. He approached his employment, his volunteering and his personal interests in a professional manner.  His quiet demeanor gained him many friends and the respect of all who knew him. We are blessed and proud to have known him. He will be greatly missed as the co-leader of Mardi Bridge and Friday Open Bridge. We send our deepest condolences to his wife, Cassandre, and their family." Ruth Ann (Schroeder) Hankins, Exectuive Director, Heritage Place of Indianapolis, Inc. 

Bob served on the Heritage Place Board of Directors from 2009-2012.  He was a recipient of the 2009 Hoosier Heritage Lifetime Achievement Award.  Annually, Heritage Place honors six Hoosiers recognizing and commending leaders for their commitment and involvement in the community, and for dedicating a significant portion of thier lives toward the betterment of the Indianapolis community. Cassandre Wallace was also a recipient of the 2009 Hoosier Heritage Lifetime Acheivement Award.  


Our Mission is to provide older adults with comprehensive and coordinated human services to encourage and promote healthy lifestyles, independence, well-being and quality of life.

Our Target Population

  • Older Adults in Marion County age 55+
  • Older adults served yearly = over 1,250
  • U.S. Census results for Marion County: more older adults are living alone, more people are living to older ages and the 55+ population is rapidly increasing.

What difference does Heritage Place make?

  • We help older adults live in their residence of choice, an important aspect of independent living.
  • We help older adults live more socially active lives - important because socially isolated seniors are at high risk for poor health and for poor physical, mental, emotional and social functioning.
  • Watch our video: Heritage Place - Making a Difference in Our Community

What are the Benefits to the Community?

  • Economic - Shop locally, take care of property
  • Crime/Safety - participate in crime watch, watch the comings and goings near where they live, no wild parties, don't commit crimes
  • Volunteer - at church and for other not-for-profits, (i.e. museums, theatres, boards of directors, hospitals, fund raising events)
  • Political - vote, read newspapers

What are Heritage Place Goals?

  • To build our capacity for serving more people
  • To continue providing high quality services
  • To offer more programming to address the needs of older adults

What are Heritage Place Needs?

  • Your financial donation.  Please consider the largest gift possible.  92% of your donation goes to direct service.
  • Your work and talents as a volunteer.  Please consider investing your time in our worthy cause.  Volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups include class instructors, in-home services, office assistants, fund raising events and board of directors.

Donor and Volunteer Benefits

  • Recognition in Heritage Place publications
  • Satisfaction in knowing that you helped over 1,250 older adults directly and immediately.