Hannah Elizabeth Wallace

November 30, 2003 ‒ April 06, 2021

Delaware, Ohio

Hannah Elizabeth Wallace, 17 of Delaware, Ohio passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her family and caregivers on April, 6 2021 and is now walking, talking, and no doubt singing praises in Heaven.

Hannah was born November 30, 2003 at Riverside Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She was born with Cerebral Palsy and had several medical complications, but that never stopped her from being part of anything, her siblings made sure of that!

Hannah began to receive care in her home from nurses through Nationwide Children’s HomeCare to assist in the provisions of her day to day care and many of the nurses and providers became like family to her. Hannah also received support services from the Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities who provided direction and assistance for her and our family throughout Hannah’s life. For both of these organizations, we are extremely grateful.

In Hannah’s early life, she loved attending school. She started at Hickory Knoll preschool and transitioned to Delaware City Schools special needs program. Hannah attended elementary school at Schultz Elementary and then Woodward Elementary where she had many wonderful teachers who started the “Hannah Helper” position for students to be able to hold doors and assist with getting Hannah where she needed to be.

Hannah also enjoyed going to church, where she would laugh and make noise with the music. The louder, the better. She loved being outdoors, taking walks through the neighborhood in her wheelchair and attending her siblings soccer games when she could. She enjoyed listening to her favorite music and books, but most of all, she loved being with her family. Whether it was at home with her siblings, chilling in her lounge chair, going to extended family gatherings for holidays, or traveling on our numerous family adventures, she was always there and always happy.

Hannah is unique in her own way, she brought joy to our lives and has touched many through her contagious laugh and beautiful red curly hair. She taught us how to love unconditionally and how to live a meaningful life even through adversity. She taught us how to see and live life with a different perspective and that those with special needs are truly special indeed.

Hannah is survived by her loving parents, Jeff and Amy (Davis) Wallace of Delaware; her 5 siblings, Jonah, Makaylah, Micah, Isaiah, and Gabrielah; Grandparents, Jeff and Nora Wallace of Athens and Ken and Laurean Davis of Delaware; Great Grandmother, Iola Wallace of Stockport; Aunts and Uncles, Chris and Courtney Thompson of New Plymouth, Ethan Wallace of Athens, and Levi and Melissa Oatney of Lewis Center; as well as numerous cousins, great aunts and uncles.

The family will receive friends on Friday, April 9, 2021 from 5 – 8 pm at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive at W. William Street, Delaware, where services celebrating Hannah’s life will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 11:00 am with Pastor Al Perry officiating. The services will be livestreamed and can be viewed by visiting www.facebook.com/DelawareSFH/

Burial will be in Marlborough Cemetery.

Contributions in Hannah’s memory may be made to Nationwide Children’s Homecare and Hospice, 225 E. Main Street, Columbus, OH 43215.

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center of Delaware is honored to serve the Wallace family.

To share a fond memory of Hannah or to offer a condolence to her family, please do so below.

  • Your family is in our prayers. I always remember how much she loved music. I know she is singing with the angels now.

  • Hannah was a valued member of her first grade learning community and had a way of lighting up the room. I pray that peace may be with all who loved her during this challenging time.

  • Your family is in our prayers. I know there will be a Hannah shaped hole in your life until you meet up with her again but there is also much joy in knowing she’s completely whole with Jesus!

  • Amy and Jeff, we are so sorry to hear the news. Praying for the family during this time and hope you are finding peace in knowing she is with Jesus.

  • Jeff & Amy,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. We’re so sorry to hear about Hannah’s passing. Rest in the peace and comfort that only comes from our God. Much love!

  • Amy and Jeff,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you. Hannah made such an impact on everyone she met. I will always remember the time I was able to spend with your family. I feel blessed to have known Hannah, and I know she is in a better place with Jesus.


  • So sorry to hear about Hannah. She always lit up the room and will be greatly missed. Her beautiful smile and laugh will not be forgotten.

  • Jeff and Amy and family, we send our love and sympathy to the entire family at the passing of Hannah. We know how much she was loved and cared for and know now she is with Jesus where she can run free and sing with the Angels in Heaven!May God bless your entire family at this time!❤️

  • Hannah was truly a bright light! I loved spending time with her as her home instructor. It was always a joy to sing with her, see her beautiful smile and hear her laughter. My heart is with you all as you remember and celebrate her life.

  • Jeff ,Amy and family,

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers now and in the days and weeks ahead. Your beautiful daughter will be missed by all of you. I hope you find comfort in knowing you will see her again one day.
    Bless you all in this difficult time.

  • I am sorry to hear of Hannah’s passing. May you be comforted in the memories you have of her.

    Amanda Lucero (Makaylah’s teacher at Dempsey)

  • Jeff and Family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. God bless you and your family.

  • Our deepest and most sincere sympathy to you and your family. Hannah’s journey touched so many people and I know the advocacy and fight you made for her to receive the services she needed. Jeff, serving with you on the DCBDD gave me the opportunity to know Hannah through you and the challenges she faced medically and how hard you worked for her and others like Hannah. My prayers for peace and comfort will be lifted for you and Amy and family.

  • I’m so sorry to hear about your sweet Hannah’s passing. I’m sure she is smiling even brighter in heaven than she did here on earth.
    Blessings to all of you!

  • Jeff and Amy
    I am sorry to hear of Hannah’s passing. May you be comforted in the memories you have of her and know that the lord will take her and protect her from this time forward.

  • Wallace Family, Steven and I were so sorry to hear of your loss. We pray God’s comfort will surround you all as you grieve, and that happy memories of sweet Hannah will bring you joy. What a blessing to know she is walking with Jesus and singing his praises!

  • Jeff, I am very sorry to hear about Hannah. I know there are no words I can say! I will pray that God takes very good care of her!


  • Thomas Carlyle said, “Music is said to be the speech of angels. ” I think we all saw that through Hannah Music was truly her connection and seeing the joy in her face when the music was playing loud, brought all of us a little closer to God too. Love to you and your family. – The Darrahs

  • We were honoured to have met Hannah during her two visits to Prince Edward Island. To think that she is now with Jesus brings a smile and comfort. God Bless your family at this time. Your expression of love which your family displayed through your words and actions towards each other was a blessing to us. Love heals.

  • Sending our deepest condolences 💐 on the the passing of your precious Hannah. You’re in our prayers. Chuck and Karen Hart

  • Deepest condolences to Amy, Jeff, and family. I just loved Hannah so much. She was a joy to “hang out” with, and I told her often. I’m not sure who enjoyed reading books, listening to music, and going for walks outside more, me or her? I will miss her greatly and remember her fondly always. Getting to know her was truly a pleasure and a blessing.

  • Jeff and Amy, My visits to your home were treasured ones, there was so much love for sweet Hannah and for each other. I have always remembered how she was included in whatever was going on. Know that you were amazing parents. I will forever carry Hannah in my heart.

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