FourFour two has spoken to Lee Wallace, the escorts’ former boss and now the owner of a private escort agency in Houston.
Lee Wallace, Jacksonville’s former boss, died in October at age 81.
He was a veteran of the escort industry and was known for his business acumen, his wife told FourFour.
Lee Wallace had an enormous amount of experience in escorting women from across the country to Jacksonville.
He had been involved in escort companies since 1972, he told Fourfour.
He said he knew Jackson from the beginning and that he was very fond of him.
He remembered him as a very fun, outgoing person and an amazing person.
Jacksonville Escorts was a popular area for Jacksonville escorts to go and have fun with clients and clients would be in for a very good time.
In addition to Jackson, Lee Wallace also operated a number of other escort agencies.
The most recent was the company called Lee Wallace’s Angels.
Lee was not the only person involved in Jacksonville that time.
He also had a partner in that business.
The business was called The Jackson Club and they were all connected in some way, according to the former owner of Lee Wallace Escorts.
Lee was also a big supporter of the Jacksonville police department.
He was the only escort that went to the police academy and he was also the first one that went out to the area for his training.
He was a great mentor and friend to many of the officers that worked in Jackson.
He mentored them in their careers.
“I know he’s a wonderful man, a wonderful person, and he had an amazing life,” said the former Jacksonville escort.
“He will be missed dearly.
The Jacksonville Police Department has lost a very talented man.”
He is survived by his wife of almost 25 years, Julie and their three daughters.
Lee died on October 21 at age 79.
He has two children, his son David and his daughter, Kristin.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has a memorial fund for those who have lost loved ones in Jacksonland’s escort industry.
You can donate here.