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Walande Brice

February 10, 1965 - June 19, 2021

Walande Brice, affectionately known by her family as “Wally”, age 56, of Newark, DE, passed away on Saturday, June 19, 2021.

Wally was born on February 10th, 1965 in a small village called Miragoane, Haiti. She migrated to the United States at the age of 17 and planted her roots in New York. She later moved to Delaware where she raised her children, expanded her career, served her church, and blossomed in her community.

The pride and joy of Wally’s life were her four boys David Brice, George “GJ” Jean-Louis, Marc-Allen Jean-Louis, Jordan Jean-Louis and her grandson Davion Brice. The six of them had an unshakable bond. She was the Queen surrounded by her Princes. Her boys were always her pillar of strength, source of help, encouragement, and love.

Grounded in her belief of the value of a higher education, she pursued a degree in Business Administration from the Wesley School of Business. She later began her tenure at Citi Group and was promoted to Assistant Vice President of Cash & Trade Processing.

Her passion to serve God was always at the center of her life. She served for many years as a lead singer in her choir at Victory Christian Fellowship. She spent countless hours doing what she loved which was sharing the love and positivity of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Her unwavering faith in the Lord molded her into the person we will always remember, a person who embodied optimism and positivity.

She was a vibrant woman, who had the ability to light up every room she entered, simply through her jovial presence. Over the years, she brought people together and was a support to many in their time of need. There are countless people in the room who can reflect on a time where Wally truly came through for them. In addition, she enjoyed dancing, fashion and most importantly loving people. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend who will forever be cherished.

Walande is survived by her mother, Rose Brice; children, David Brice, George Jean-Louis, Marc-Allen Jean-Louis and Jordan Jean-Louis; siblings, Lunie Lolo, Evens Brice, Landell Rely and Gelsomine Jovin; grandchild, Davion Brice; dearest cousins, Sabrina Francois and Vicky Francois; and many nieces and nephews.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 6 pm until 8 pm on Friday, June 25, 2021 at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE. A funeral service will be held the following morning at 9 am at the funeral home. Interment will follow in Gracelawn Memorial Park, 2220 DuPont Highway, New Castle, DE. Face coverings will be required for all those in attendance not immunized with the COVID-19 vaccine per the CDC and Governor of Delaware.


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11 Condolences for Walande Brice

  • Wally you were a beautiful person and will be greatly missed. Sleep in peace

  • Wally,
    You contagious smile combined with your loving heart brought joy to so many. I was blessed to have known you. Always in our hearts.

  • Wally you are truly missed one and all. Your smile always brightened up a room. You are gone out of our sight but never out of our HEARTS 💕. Love and Miss you always

  • Wally, You was a truly fighter but God had the final say. Even when you was not feeling good you still lifted up like nothing was going on. God has taken a Angel to Heaven. You will be missed to everyone who was in your life. To the family may God give you strength and peace at this difficult time. GOD BLESS, RIP.

  • Wally, you will truly be missed. I am so glad I had the pleasure of knowing you the short time I worked at Citi on your shift. You always had a smile on your face and a few words of encouragement as well. Rest in pease my dear. Love Lisa

  • This news really saddens me. It only took the few brief moments we worked together to get the sense that Walande was a kind-hearted and warm person. Reading about her here only confirms that. My deepest condolences to the family. Rest well, Wally.

  • Wally, So sad to hear of your passing. Working with you at First Bank of Delaware (when you first moved to DE) was a treat, and I fondly remember all the fun times we had. RIP dear Wally.

  • Walande will truly be missed. Our loss is heavens gain. Our hearts and prayers go out to her beloved family. May the God of all comfort give you peace during these difficult days and the ones to come and may His loving arms hold you up and be your strength.
    Love & deepest condolences,

    Revs. Darryl & Dawn J Crawford

  • I will never forget your smile and the talks about we would have about our boys. You will never be forgotten. I pray God gives your family the peace and love only he is able to provide. We will meet again my friend. Love always

  • Wally thank you for all the memories and stories you shared of your family. Rest well my sister and I will miss you greeting me with a big smile and calling me littler brother as you punched me in my arm. You will truly be missed and I am thankful to have had you in my life as a friend and coworker over the years.

  • My memory of Wally is that jovial spirit; that contagious smile. I sang with her at Victory Christian Fellowship and always enjoyed that. She was a very special person. Although, I moved from Delaware, Wally continued to hold a special place in my heart.

    May God’s peace and comfort sustain her precious boys and the rest of her family. God bless you all.