Ann (nee Baudo), earned her eternal reward on Saturday, January 16, 2010. She
joins in heaven the love of her life, Frank Pee Wee Wallace, who died in 1979.
Sister of Josie Castello and Sam Baudo (Ann Kircher), and the late Dominic Mimi
Baudo, Mary Lange, and M. Jane Rogers; sister-in-law of the late Annie Baudo,
Leo Lange, Sam Castello, Vincent Rogers, and Marie Baudo. Nananni to twelve
nieces and nephews, who she counted and loved as her own, Forrest Woody
(Barbara) Lange, Stephanie Stafford, Maria Blaha, Vincent (Lori) Lange, Robert
(Casey) Lange, Cindy Castello (Steve) Patton, Bridget Rogers (Wes) Yates, Vinnie
(Lynda) Rogers, Danny (Tina) Rogers, Sam (Nancy) Baudo Jr., Tony (Cindy) Baudo
and Jeff (Carolyn) Franz; great-aunt to 21; great-great aunt to 5; aunt to Peggy
Wallace; cousin and friend to many. Ann grew up on The Hill and was proud of her
Italian heritage. She married Frank Pee Wee Wallace in 1948. Pee Wee, a former
prisoner of war, played soccer and was a member of the 1950 World Cup U.S.A.
soccer team. Ann was interviewed for the book and screenplay The Game of Their
Lives, and was delighted to be an extra in the movie. Ann was honored when Pee
Wee was inducted into The Hill Hall of Fame, which was commemorated by a plaque
in front of her family home on Daggett Avenue. Ann loved music and was a
talented pianist and accordion player. She enjoyed playing bingo. In recent
years, Ann resided at Our Lady of Life Senior Apartments. Services: Ann
generously donated her body for research to St. Louis University School of
Medicine. The family will receive visitors at St. Ambrose Church on Saturday,
January 23, 2010 at 10 a.m., with a memorial Mass celebrated at 11:00 a.m.
Arrangements by CALCATERRA Funeral Home. If desired, memorial contributions may
be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) or to St. Ambrose