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533ae7c8776b2.preview-300 LAKE CITY, S.C. – One of Lake City’s own was honored by the SC House of Representatives on March 25 for his ongoing community support and for good works in both his professional and private life.
Dr. Tyrone Wallace, who was the key figure behind the Lake City Homebuyers Workshop held at the Senior Center just last week, was presented a resolution at the House of Representatives by another of Lake City’s own, Representative Lester Branham (D-Florence) during a luncheon at the Statehouse in Columbia.
According to a news release from the South Carolina Chiropractic Association, Representative Branham praised Wallace for his many accomplishments and extensive community service and thanked him for taking an active role in improving the lives of countless South Carolinians.
“Among his many accomplishments, Wallace was recognized for providing chiropractic care to the citizens of South Carolina, for organizing a successful coat and toy drive to help the less fortunate in South Carolina, for his service to the Florence County Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., for his service as Vice President of the National Bean Market Museum Board, for his dedication to his wife and family, and for breaking barriers by becoming the first African-American President of the South Carolina Chiropractic Association in the organization’s 82 year history,” read the release.
Queen Wallace, Dr. Wallace’s mother and owner of Bookworld next door to Dr. Wallace’s Lake City office, said she was “very proud” of her son.
He is making history for the State of South Carolina and Lake City,” said Wallace. “The first black president of South Carolina Chiropractic Association and first black to receive this award. God is so good to us!”
Dr. Wallace practices in Kingstree, South Carolina as well as his hometown of Lake City, South Carolina. He currently lives in Florence, South Carolina with his wife Donya and their four children.

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