A lifelong resident of Gloucester County, Larry Wallace is a South Jersey small business owner who knows how to create jobs and balance a budget. He owns and operates a dental practice management company with offices located in Gloucester and Salem counties.
In 2010, Larry became the first Republican elected to the Gloucester County Freeholder Board in fifteen years. Since joining the board, Larry has served as watchdog for taxpayers and helped restore fiscal responsibility to county government. During his term, Larry has voted for two budgets that cut property taxes and county spending, while increasing accountability and efficiency in county government.
Larry served our nation honorably as a veteran of the United States Navy, where he received the Navy Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal and Sharpshooter Ribbon.
A graduate of Deptford High School, who attended both Gloucester County College and Bucks County College, Larry has been a long-time parishioner of The Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit and an active member of a local chamber of the Knights of Columbus. He is especially proud of the scholarship program he started in his son Michael’s name, who tragically passed away from brain cancer at the age of nine.
Larry resides in Woolwich, New Jersey with his wife Debi and daughters Madison and Abby, age 16 and 14 respectively.