Dr. Ray Wallace Death – Obituary News : Dr. Ray Wallace has died .
We are sad to report that Dr. Ray Wallace has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 26. 2021.
Stephon Moore 10h · Chancellor Ray Wallace was one of the highlights of my time in college. I was student body president during our last time of transition at IU Southeast, which meant I got to meet a number of people that desired the position of Chancellor. The first time Dr. Wallace came to our campus, before he was chancellor, one of the first things I noticed was how much he loved interacting with the students (he must have he played cornhole in the cafe for like 15 minutes), and loved interacting with our student government. Shortly after he became chancellor, he found out I was a server at Fireside. Sure enough, one Saturday night, I find Chancellor Wallace and his wife at my table. He made a habit of this, dropping into my email, dropping by the SGA office, dropping into the restaurant (and at some point I think he just came for the lasagna). He went the extra mile to make sure he was supporting us both in school and in our lives. His love for students and young people was infectious. His words of encouragement always shined through even when my days were dark. His light will be missed, and I hate that we never got a chance to catch up at Fireside again. RIP Chancellor Wallace, and thank you.
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TKE IU Southeast wrote
The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Indiana University Southeast join the campus and community in mourning the loss of Chancellor Wallace.Dr. Ray Wallace served as our Chancellor since 2014. His charisma, positivity, and desire to push all students towards a bright future was an inspiration. He was always catching up with students and had great pride in our campus. He was a friend to student organizations and to Greek Life. He is missed by all who had the fortune to interact with him.
Chancellor Wallace, may you rest in peace.
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Allison D McClanahan wrote
I remember having lunch with him as a CA when he first visited IUS. His positivity and love of life was infectious .Kelly Short wrote
He always came to the IUS Fall Press Day and was so excited to talk with the photography students. They felt important that the chancellor of the university took time out of his busy schedule to talk with them.
Natalie Michelle Cornett wrote
What?? He was so nice and he definitely had a presence on the campus
Bryan Cohen wrote
I believe most of my IUS career happened under him (I took the long route, January 2010-December 2020). Unfortunately, though, I never got to meet him. Sounded like a very cool guy though.
Kaitlyn Hunt wrote
He was so amazing! Came in the Kolkin coffee and saw me studying and bought me another cup! He had such a genuine personality and you could tell that he cared about his students. He will be missed.
Lauren PC wrote
You cannot be serious? I think I’m in shock. Maybe I just thought time stood still when I graduated. I remember questioning him relentlessly when we were interviewing chancellors and he never missed a beat. Everything you said resonates. He really did care about us and listened so intently to all of my crazy ideas. What a man. RIP.