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Lisa Wallace Woodall


PLAIN DEALING – A memorial service celebrating the life of Lisa Wallace Woodall, 50, will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 in the chapel of Centuries Memorial Funeral Home. Officiating will be Bro. Billy Russell. Visitation will be held from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at Centuries Memorial Funeral Home.

Lisa entered Heaven’s gate on Saturday, May 24, 2014 at her home in Plain Dealing, LA following a pulmonary disease. Lisa was born April 21, 1964 in Shreveport, LA to the late J.C. Wallace and Patricia Wallace. Lisa was the oldest of 5 siblings. She was a loving daughter, wife, mother and grandmother. Lisa was a hard worker and took much pride in her career in the retail business. She also loved to cook, the outdoors, gardening and had a great love for her many pets.

Mrs. Woodall is preceded in death by her father, J.C. Wallace, grandparents: Lester and Anna Latham and George and Vivian Wallace.

Left to cherish beautiful memories of Lisa is her husband and love of her life, Daniel “Dannie” Woodall; mother, Patricia Wallace; daughter, Amber Al-ayyoob and husband Joseph of McLeod, TX; granddaughter, Alyssa Cox of McLeod, TX; siblings, JoAnn Hammer and husband Jeffery of Shreveport, LA, Kelly Wallace and wife Lisa of Nashville, TN, Tony Wallace and wife Donna of Bossier City, LA and Dawn Moreno and husband Juan of Shreveport, LA; nieces and nephews, Mariah, Makayla, Gage, Shawnee, Christian, Isabella and Thomas; great-nephew, Kayn as well as numerous other relatives and dear friends.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations may be made to Whispering Pines Nursing Home, 309 Louisiana 3, Plain Dealing, LA 71064 to assist in the funding of senior citizens medical and dental plans.

You may share words of comfort with the family by visiting www.centuriesmemorialfh.comate Representative Roy Burrell’s, D-Shreveport, House Bill 1191 which would increase the hotel/motel occupational tax to 2 percent.

The increase will be used to put more funding towards the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission, Arkla Regional Air Service Alliance, and the Duck Commander Independence Bowl.

The bill will now go before a public vote of Bossier and Caddo Parishes this November. If HB 1191 is passed by the voters, it should provide approximately $2 million to support the successful future of the Duck Commander Independence Bowl.

In a reverse trend of recent years, legislators seemed to by in sync on the state’s $24.6 billion state spending plan for 2015.

Local legislators had all pledged fiscal responsibility and were committed to spending money that was available, not using one-time funds to plug holes in the budget.

The budget will include an increase state workers’ pay, funding for disability services, and money for higher education institutions that want to invest in high-demand jobs.

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Sean Green is managing editor of the Bossier Press-Tribune.