A. Clark Wallace Jr. Mechanical engineer

April 26, 1991

A. Clark Wallace Jr., a retired mechanical engineer, died March 20 at a hospital in Orlando, Fla., after a stroke and a heart attack while on vacation.

Mr. Wallace, who was 69 and lived in Overlea, retired about five years ago from the Sweetheart Cup Co. He started working there 10 years earlier when it was the Maryland Cup Co.

Earlier, he worked in SKF Bearing Industries Co. plants in the Baltimore area and in King of Prussia, Pa., and for the Crown Cork and Seal Co.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute and the Johns Hopkins University.

He was a former treasurer of St. Matthias Episcopal Church, where he taught Sunday school.

Mr. Wallace belonged to the Oriental Lodge of the Masons and was a former member of the Dundalk Power Squadron.

He is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Ranson; a son, Andrew Clark Wallace III of Fairfield, Pa.; a sister, Olive Davies of Perry Hall; and four grandchildren.

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