The North Modesto Kiwanis Club will honor one of its own this weekend at the club’s big event of the year, the American Graffiti Show & Festival and car parade. Stanislaus County sheriff’s Deputy Dennis Wallace, who was killed in the line of duty in November, was a longtime member of North Modesto Kiwanis. His personal car, a 1991 Dodge Stealth, has been restored in a tribute to Wallace and his many years assigned to the DARE unit. The Dodge will be one of the lead cars in Friday’s parade. It will be driven by Wallace’s widow, Mercedes, and his brother, Dave Wallace.
The North Modesto Kiwanis Club will honor one of its own this weekend at the club’s big event of the year, the American Graffiti Show & Festival and car parade. Stanislaus County sheriff’s Deputy Dennis Wallace, who was killed in the line of duty in November, was a longtime member of North Modesto Kiwanis. His personal car, a 1991 Dodge Stealth, has been restored in a tribute to Wallace and his many years assigned to the DARE unit. The Dodge will be one of the lead cars in Friday’s parade. It will be driven by Wallace’s widow, Mercedes, and his brother, Dave Wallace. North Modesto Kiwanis Club North Modesto Kiwanis Club
The North Modesto Kiwanis Club will honor one of its own this weekend at the club’s big event of the year, the American Graffiti Show & Festival and car parade. Stanislaus County sheriff’s Deputy Dennis Wallace, who was killed in the line of duty in November, was a longtime member of North Modesto Kiwanis. His personal car, a 1991 Dodge Stealth, has been restored in a tribute to Wallace and his many years assigned to the DARE unit. The Dodge will be one of the lead cars in Friday’s parade. It will be driven by Wallace’s widow, Mercedes, and his brother, Dave Wallace. North Modesto Kiwanis Club North Modesto Kiwanis Club

Kiwanis Club remembers one of its own – Deputy Dennis Wallace – in Graffiti parade

June 08, 2017 02:56 PM