Charles Robert “Chuck” Wallace II

Charles Robert “Chuck” Wallace II

March 28, 1964 - August 17, 2023

Charles Robert “Chuck” Wallace II

March 28, 1964 - August 17, 2023


On Thursday, August 17th, Charles (“Chuck”) Wallace II suddenly passed away after battling cancer, among various other health complications, for the past several years.

Chuck was a faithful servant of God, he served in the United States Marine Corps, was a successful business owner, and a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Chuck is survived by his beloved wife, Donna, along with his children: Jerry, Jazmine, Sessaleia, and Leah; his grandchildren: Eivoree, Zeke, Elijah, and Maysa; his sisters: Kim, Wendy, Tammy and Michelle; and his aunt and cousins: Aunt Shirley, Robert, Chris, James, and Peggy; and mother Pam.

Chuck was born in California and moved to Nebraska for the rest of his youth. When he was 17 he decided to join the US Marine Corps and was stationed at El Toro Marine Base. While he was stationed here he reconnected with his Uncle Morgan, Aunt Shirley and their children Robert, Chris, James, and Peggy. They spent much time together and were more like siblings than cousins.  During his time in the Marines he was stationed in Okinawa, Japan where he found a love for the martial arts Aikido, which he continued to study and practice outside of the Marines.

When his active service ended he found work in the field of technology, he filled his social time with roller skating, aikido, kick-butt movies and video games.

Chuck and Donna met in 1995 during their respective companies merging. They dated until 1998 until they were married on Catalina Island. Through their almost 25 years of marriage, they stayed strong in their faith to God, their family and to each other. Chuck dedicated his life to serving God, his family and our country as a member of the United States Marine Corps.

Isaiah 57:1-2
Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time.
But no one seems to care or wonder why.
No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come.
For those who follow godly paths will rest in peace when they die.

Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: September 7, 2023 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: O'Connor Mortuary
  • Location: 25301 Alicia Parkway Laguna Hills, CA 92653 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 581-4300

Interment With Military Honors

  • Date & Time: September 7, 2023 (2:15 PM)
  • Venue: Miramar National Cemetery
  • Location: 5795 Nobel Drive San Diego, CA 92122 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (858) 658-7360

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5 responses to Charles Robert “Chuck” Wallace II

  1. Dana Kudell says:

    Dear Donna, Jasmine, Sessaleia and Leah,
    We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you as you learn to live without the guiding source and light of your family. He was a wonderful father and husband, and will be missed.

  2. Donna, my heart is really heavy and I pray that God’s peace Till We meet again and sit at the feet of our Savior. Chiuck you have always been a member , not just a nephew, of my family. I will always love you whether you are here or not. You hold a huge part of ,my heart. My” Dirty Dozen” has l.ost a vital part and we will be sad without your prescience. Just know that you spoke with me regarding the Bible and how I wish we had lived closer.

  3. Jo lilley says:

    My prayers go out to you all.

  4. Charlie (Chuck): My cousin, more like a brother in so many ways. I have so many memories of our times together, as small children (when we were all the “Dirty Dozen” as my mom called us), teenagers, young adults, and later on. You had such an infectious laugh, and could carry on conversations for hours on end. In spite of everything that you endured as a child, you became a great man, beloved husband and father, all by choice, qualities that you had very much in common with my dad, your Uncle Morgan.

    Thank you for treating me like a sister, for the sharing fun times, the movies, music, comedy, the friends and friendship, for sharing your love of the roller rink, and all things water, corresponding the old fashioned way and by e-mail… and for getting me (and the rest of us) lost in San Diego! To this day, there are songs that I hear that take me right back to the roller rink watching you dance on your skates, and there are movies that I think of that do the same thing. I will never forget watching Bill Cosby’s Himself and the incredible amount of laughter that we all shared. Thank goodness for VHS tapes and rewind at the time!

    Gone too soon is an understatement. God has you now: rest easy, dear Cousin.

    Donna, you, Leah, Sessy, Jazmine, your mom and the rest of the family are in my prayers.
    Kimberly, Tammy, Michelle, and Wendy: my sincerest condolences for your loss.

    With love and sympathy,

  5. You are all in my thoughts and prayers🙏🏻❤️❤️

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