Mr. Wallace Lewis Pinson, Jr., was born May 10, 1963 to Rev. Wallace, Sr. & Johnnie Mae Pinson in Glencoe, Alabama.
At an early age, Wallace, Jr. united with the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Glencoe, Alabama under Rev. J.W. Terry. For the last 36 years, Wallace, Jr. was in fellowship with the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church in Ragland, Alabama.
Those who knew Wallace, Jr. well, affectionately knew him as “Tweet”. Tweet was the one you had to joke back and forth with whenever you had a conversation with him. Anyone who wanted to challenge Tweet in a game of Dominoes or on the pool table had a challenge on their hands. There was never a dull moment when you were in his presence and conversations with Tweet were always full of laughter and jokes.
Mr. Wallace Lewis Pinson, Jr. (Tweet) was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Johnnie Mae Pinson; his grandparents, Scottie & Alberta Pinson, JohnHenry & Labertia Nelson; his niece, Brandy Crawford; his uncle, Lovell Pinson, Sr., his aunts, Emma Hudson, Lucille Pinson, Mattie Kind, Lucille Rice; eight great-aunts and five great-uncles.
Tweet” leaves to cherish his memories to his father, Rev. Wallace Pinson, Sr.; two brothers, Anthony Pinson, Glencoe, Frankie Pinson, Anniston; one special niece, Talia Pinson, Glencoe; four special nephews, Anthony Terrell (Elisha) Pinson, Dontavius Montgomery, Caleb Montgomery, Jacob Brewster, all of Ohatchee; one special great-niece, Aniya Pinson, Ohatchee; four aunts, Bertha (Tyrone) Snow, Edna Bush, Brenda Alexander, all of Gadsden, Lela Kate Pinson, Warner Robins, GA; two uncles, Eddie Pinson, Sr., Gadsden, Lee Hudson, Jr., South Pittsburg, TN; one great-uncle, Clem (Dorothy) Jelks, Jr., Gadsden; two great-aunts, Bulah Lawrence, Attalla, Doris Jelks, Gadsden and a host of cousins, relatives and friends too numerous to name.