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Hi I'm Deb Wallace

I live in the Atlanta area. I manage celebrity brands in consumer product groups. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife, a mother of 5, and grandmother of 9. I work in a very active marketing and branding business where I have the pleasure of associating with a wide range of professionals across various consumer segments. I value the many roles, responsibilities and relationships I enjoy at home, in the work force, in my community and at church. I love to mentor, teach, play the piano and organ. I particularly love to express creativity in home decor, cooking and fashion. I enjoy a variety of learned skills and strive to learn continually as I meet new people, travel, explore a diverse selection of reading materials, and experience new ventures.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I choose each day to put God first. To do as Jesus taught in Matthew, "seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness..." And in the Book of Mormon, the prophet Alma asks, "have ye received his image in your countenances?" To answer these teachings, I try to serve God every day, to spend the time necessary to communicate with him in prayer and receive inspiration and strength from the Holy Ghost through scripture study. It is a simple formula, but the only one that really proves effective in my quest to walk safely and surely through this life, with the guidance and protection of all the blessings with which God so desires to bless his children.

How I live my faith

I try to uphold and support the importance of prioritizing Home and Family in all related conversations. It is truly a blessing to have a safe haven to return to, a place of security and peace, both physically and spiritually. A place where love validates each person and serves as a reminder that God loves all of his children and wishes to bless us. I teach the Young Adults at church and try to cultivate in them a desire to turn to Jesus Christ for the road map of their life. A road map that leads them simply and safely through the challenges of life and provides the element of trust and happiness impossible to find elsewhere.