Voice of Oaklawn, Terry Wallace, dies at 74

Voice of Oaklawn Park racetrack in Arkansas, Terry Wallace, dies at 74 NWAOnline

Terry Wallace, who was the track announcer at Oaklawn Park for 37 years, died Thursday of complications from progressive supranuclear palsy. He was 74.

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