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Born: March 27, 1918

Death: May 17, 2012

Place of Death: Little Rock, AR

Hobbies: Working in her yard, growing a garden, enjoyed sewing, making quilts, and most of all loved her family and church.


Survived By

Charles Bacus, Son

Mary Ford, Daughter

Lamonda Slape, Granddaughter

Susan Bacus, Granddaughter

Kim Brewington, Granddaughter

Angela Noggle, Granddaughter

Jeff Stephens, Grandson

Michael Ullrich, Grandson


Preceded in Death By

Willis Bacus, Spouse

Ezra Wallace, Father

Rosie Wiley Wallace, Mother

Pauline Bacus, Daughter

Mildred Stephens, Daughter

Jeff Wallace, Brother

Buzz Wallace, Brother

Milburn Wallace, Brother

Lottie Jones, Sister




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Lennie B. Bacus

    March 27, 1918  -  May 17, 2012
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Life Legacy


Lennie Bernice Bacus was born to Ezra and Rosie Wiley Wallace March 27, 1918. She was 94 years old when she died. Those preceding her in death were three brothers; Jeff, Buzz and Milburn Wallace, one sister; Lottie Jones, her parents; her husband of 60 years; Willis Bacus, two daughters; Pauline Bacus and Mildred Stephens; two nieces and two nephews.

Those surviving are one son, Charles Bacus and wife Jane of Little Rock; one daughter, Mary Ford of Newport; four granddaughters, Lamonda Slape, Susan Bacus, Kim Brewington and Angela Noggle; two grandsons, Jeff Stephens and Michael Ullrich; seven great granddaughters; Savannah Slape, Brianna Slape, Hannah Slape, Kristy Brewington, Dana Brewington, Gabrielle Noggle and Jade Ullrich; three great grandsons, Tyne Noggle, Matthew Noggle and Izzac Stephens; one nephew, L.D. Wallace; two nieces; Jackie Rushing and Betty Runyan.

She loved working in her yard and growing a garden. She had a green thumb and enjoyed sewing and making quilts. She loved her family and the Church and was faithful as long as she could. It was hard when she lost her eyesight and even harder after she had the stroke. She was a fighter and she fought hard to live even to the end.