Dallas Wallace Berry

Dallas Wallace Berry

Dallas “Clydie” Wallace Berry, wife of C. B. Berry for 62 years and a resident of North Myrtle Beach, SC since 1945 died March 19, 2020.  Born in Columbia, SC on March 11, 1926 she was the daughter of Dallas Clyde Wallace and Martha Roberta Feagan Wallace. 

Dallas and Burgin have three daughters Sandra Suggs Nettles (Robert), Bobbie Berry Lackey, and Dallas “Cissy” Berry.  They have five grandchildren, Charlie Suggs, Jr., Christa Suggs Riley (Matt), Chelsey Larrore Watts (Joey), Madison Moore, and Sgt. Katie Moore.  They have three step-grandchildren, Mason (Carrie), Sarah, and John (Legare) Nettles.  She also had eleven great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by a sister Ruth Hall Mercer (Mack), a brother, William Thomas Wallace (Ann) and a sister Bobbie Ann Humphries.  She had 23 nieces and nephews and many great-nieces and nephews. 

Dallas was the City Clerk for Crescent Beach for many years.  She also worked with J.O. Baldwin and Ed Jerden Construction Companies.  For 61 of her 94 years she was an active member of the Yaupon Garden Club.  Dallas loved horticulture and was very active in community projects.  She loved people and was a mother figure to many.  She and Burgin were founding members of Trinity United Methodist Church and later joined Ocean Drive Presbyterian Church.

She taught her children to love God and all His Creation.  She had a nurturing and forgiving heart and often sacrificed her own needs for others.  Our special thanks to all those who so lovingly cared for her.

A graveside service will be held at 1:00 pm on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at Southern Palm Memorial Gardens.  The family will receive friends at 12:30 pm prior to the service in the cemetery’s mausoleum.

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Susan Dorton
Created On: 03/22/2020 18:36:47

It is hard to let go of one so loved. Please receive my heartfelt condolences.


Dee Adams Coleman
MARIETTA
Created On: 03/20/2020 14:30:22

Sandra, Bobbie, Cissie and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Ms Dallas was so very special to a lot of people. I have such fun, loving memories of her and Mr. Burgin also. They touched so many lives. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this time.

Dee


Robert Riley
Elgin , S.C.
Created On: 03/20/2020 12:31:31

Sandra and Family, Saddened to learn of your Mom's passing. I have memories of being around her on many occasions. May the Lord grant you an extra measure of peace and comfort at this difficult time. God's Blessings to you all.

Bobby Riley