Chaniece Wallace Death – Dead | Dr. Chaniece Wallace Obituary – Passed Away
Chaniece Wallace Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Chaniece Wallace.
Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.
This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.
Another mom Chaniece Wallace a pediatric chief medical resident passed away due to pre-eclampsia complications! Moms please get you a doula and birth team that is looking out of you. You need a birth team that is going to educate you, advocate for you, help you use your voice, and LISTEN to you! OUR BLACK MOMS ARE DYING TO BE HEARD! Protect us Lord!
If you really know me, then you know how much I love my work. You understand that although I bore 3 children, I am a mother to hundreds. Every relationship is unique. Every connection is special. I am careful with whom God entrusts in my care and seek His face on the role He wants me to play in their lives. Some assignments are short-lived. Some are easy, some hard; some are exhausting . . . And then there are those lifelong connections that evolve beyond university life. The latter describes the relationship I had with Chaniece Wallace
I first met Chaniece during AAMU orientation and she immediately stood out. Her presence was powerfully effortless and I made a bee line to recruit her for the honors program. Even then she was endowed with such a sense of purpose. I never had to rally her to stay the path. She didn’t really need me to show her the way. Chaniece had an inner compass that guided her. She always moved different.
With Chaniece, I played numerous roles. I was her honors advisor, she was a student in two of my courses, a committed scholar in the honors program, and my Soror. I enjoyed working on her medical school applications and was a willing passenger on her journey into Delta Land. This morning I am reminded of every late night/early morning conversation, every story she shared, every laugh we enjoyed, every secret she confided. I will hold these memories close.
Chaniece LOVED her family. She was about that 251 & AAMU. She adored her friendships and line sisters and relished in her everlasting role as chaplain. Even after she graduated, she was serious about undergirding her Heroes with prayer. She had the utmost respect for her prophytes. She loved medicine and was thankful for every patient she encountered, as well as her colleagues and those she studied with. And let me just tell you . . . She was HONORED to be the wife of Anthony Wallace. Oh how she loves that man! But nothing, and I mean nothing outranked her love for Christ and her desire to do His will. She prayed for Baby Charlotte. And God answered her deepest prayer.
I know that eventually I will have a better, Christian outlook on this loss. But right now, I would be lying if I said that I wasn’t questioning God on this one. I am hurting, down in my soul. I am restless. No, I don’t understand this. And although I have been trying since I heard the news, I have made zero sense of this and am wholly unable to wrap my mind around why this has happened.
We take for granted that when a woman is pregnant that she will go to the hospital and automatically come home healthy and whole. Black women die at 300x the rate as white women during delivery. Instead of baby showers and gender reveals (or in addition to), we should have massive prayer showers – praying for the health and life of the mother, and the child. Family, let’s normalize this —- This has been a rough weekend as I’ve had bad news from several areas. But this right here, this has absolutely blown my mind. I love you Chaniece. Family, please pray for her husband, baby Charlotte and her family and friends.
Chaniece Wallace, Our sweet Sister. This hurts so bad. I promise I’m trying really hard to not feel completely broken because I know you’re in a better place. I just thought we had more time.
Our Divine 7, Archangel. It’s not by coincidence you were given that name. You were truly an Angel on earth. Gracefully you handled your business and were all about Our Father’s business; but at the same time, you were so much damn fun. I’m going to miss your radiant smile and your prayers. To have had the opportunity to know you and call you my Sister has been a true honor.
Can’t wait to love on your sweet babygirl and tell her stories of her beautiful Mama. To Anthony, I’m so sorry. We love you & are here for you, lifting you up in prayer.
Take your place Sis. Rest in Paradise. Praying for your family, our AAMU family, and our Sisters. It’s a different kinda heartbreak.
Please watch over us all
My prayers go out to the family of Chaniece Wallace. I developed severe preeclampsia at 32 weeks with my daughter Zaria. They tried everything to stop it but after three days my organs we’re shutting down.
We MUST continue to fight for health equity in this country and educating women/people to continuously advocate for their own care. Maternal mortality is on the rise and we must continue to be the voice for the voiceless. FDR “OLP” @iamshatoyalewis
💔Chaniece Wallace. Beautiful soul and 2nd year medical resident. Passed away from pre-eclampsia complications. Thankfully her baby girl Charlotte is ok. This must stop! #ENOUGHISENOUGH #SPEAKHERNAME #CHANIECEWALLACE
Rest In Peace beautiful Chaniece Wallace. #sheshouldbehere with her family right now. Passed way from pre-eclampsia thankfully her baby girl is doing well. Sending my love and prayers to the family. We must continue fighting for health equality. #enoughisenough
This is Dr. Chaniece Wallace she was a Pediatrician and a new mother but her daughter will never get to meet her….You see Dr. Wallace suffered from a condition in pregnancy called Preeclampsia (3 main symptoms are 1. High blood pressure 2. Swelling of the hands and feet 3. Protein in the urine) Although she was a well trained physician with all her medical knowledge she was still a black women having a baby and this is what racism in healthcare looks like..why did no one listen to her we should not be dying from a well known and treatable condition in pregnancy. The likelihood of death for black women in childbirth is 5.2 times more than their white counterpart (CDC, 2020) I pray for and work towards better outcomes in our community. I’m bothered by this because she was caring for others in need and did not get that in return…let’s start understanding we have to advocate for our healthcare OUR LIVES LITERALLY DEPEND ON IT!
We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.