OBITUARY

Mildred Hazel Wise

September 18, 1949September 27, 2020

On Sunday, September 27,2020, Millie Wise, loving mother and grandmother (DeeDee) of three, moved on from this life at the age of 71. She was born on September 18, 1949, in Hanna City, Illinois to Edwin and Dolores Kimzey. She worked in the in the San Joaquin County Court system in Stockton, California, her entire professional career as a clerk and later as a supervisor. She was briefly married to James Wise and had one son, Jim Wise, whom she raised on her own. The years following her move to Austin were some of her happiest. She was surrounded by family and friends that she loved and was very much involved in the lives her grandchildren, whom she deeply cherished. Millie was loyal to her Lord and Savior and served Him faithfully as a member of her church in California and later at KeyPoint Church in Cedar Park, where she also enjoyed the fellowship of her Life Group. Millie loved to travel, and Hawaii was one of her favorite places to visit. Millie was preceded in death by her sister, Monica, and her father, Edwin. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Shannon Wise and her grandchildren, Sutter, Tatum, and Ramsey, her mother Dolores, her sisters Sandy and Sharon, and her brother Ed, as well as many cousins. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held on October 3rd at 10 o’clock a.m. at Keypoint Church in Cedar Park, Texas. Flowers may be sent to 2409 Rio Mesa Drive, Austin, TX 78732. Donations can be made to her favorite charity, One Child, at onechild.org, or any ministry that relates to children.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, October 3, 2020

Memories

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Deborah Berg

October 1, 2020

For as long as I can remember, Sister Millie has always been there. She was an active member of the Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ, AKA Grant Street, in Stockton, CA for over 40 years. She worked as a Sunday School teacher, Sunday School secretary, lead song service and brought the Word in evening services, was a prayer warrior and also kind of like an "aunt" to my brother and me. My brother grew up with Jim and we all loved her. She was sweet and kind, mild-mannered, but firm in her belief in the Lord Jesus Christ. Those of us at Grant Street were sad to see her move to Texas, but understood her desire to be with her family. She has been deeply missed and, yet, we know that we shall see her again over yonder in heaven. I know that she was greated by the saints who went on before her at the gate, especially Sister Mona. Love you, miss you, will join you soon.

Jessie Williams

October 1, 2020

Milly had the sweetest smile and disposition. She welcomed me and my family into Keypoint Church a few years back and always greeted me and said hello. She was gentle, kind, and full of wisdom. I had the privilege of serving with her in the nursery on a couple Sunday mornings. We sat and talked while we cuddled the babies. I shared my story and she listened and encouraged me. We bonded in those moments and I loved her for it. She will be greatly missed.

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