Sarah Jill Boretsky Wallace
08/06/1978 - 05/20/2020
Sarah Jill Wallace passed away on May 20, 2020. We will celebrate her life of 41 years at 2:00 pm on Sunday, May 24, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers.
In support of the health of our community, the seating is limited due to the social distancing requirement set by Governor Abbott. A live stream of the service is available and will be available for thirty days at www.memorialdesigners.net. You are encouraged to sign a virtual guestbook by selecting the icon and below the obituary is a place to share memories and expressions of sympathy.
Sarah Jill Wallace was born on August 6, 1978, to John and Susan (Scott) Boretsky in Albuquerque, NM. Sarah graduated from La Cueva High School in 1996, where she was a member of the Las Ositas Drill team and was a manager for the football team. She attended Texas Tech University on a scholarship, graduating with honors in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Family Counseling. Upon graduation she utilized her degree working with children and adult service agencies in Lubbock, Texas, Las Vegas, Nevada, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and, again in Lubbock. Most recently she was working with birth mothers and adoptive families, placing infants with caring families. She married the love of her life, Craig Wallace of Fort Stockton in September 2009.
Survivors include her husband, Craig Wallace; parents, John and Susan Boretsky; brother, Peter Boretsky and uncle, Travis Scott all of Albuquerque, NM; father and mother-in law, Jim and Dianne Wallace of Ft. Stockton, TX; three sisters-in-law, Gay Nell McGuire and husband Gene of Midland, TX, Cathy Reeger of Woodland Park, CO, and Christy Wallace of Long Beach, CA; niece, DeeShea Sawyer and husband Nathan and nephew, Collin McGuire; along with a great niece and two great nephews. She is also survived by her uncle and aunt, Steve and Linda Boretsky and their family in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.
The family of Sarah Jill Boretsky Wallace has designated The Haven Animal Care Shelter, https://www.havenacs.org/ for contributions donated in her memory.