OBITUARY

Edward Albert Wise

February 29, 1956September 6, 2018

Edward "Ed" Albert Wise Sr. was born in South Bend, Indiana to Helen and Darrell Wise on February 29, 1956. While Ed was a teen the family moved to Tampa, Florida. In Tampa, he fathered two children, Edward Albert Wise Jr and Angela "Roo" Joy Caldwell. He was a dedicated employee of Cummins where he was a diesel mechanic for 42 years. Ed was a kind and gentle man loved by those who knew him. In speaking to those that knew him you will hear many stories of a thoughtful and generous man committed to the happiness of others. Ed is survived by his sister, Donna Goggio; children, Eddie and Angela; three grandchildren, Elizabeth and Owen Caldwell and Sebastian Brauer-Wise.

A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Monday, September 10, 2018 at Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, interment to follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.

  • FAMILY

  • Darrell Wise, Father
  • Helen Morgan Wise, Mother
  • Ed is survived by his sister, Donna Goggio; children, Eddie and Angela; three grandchildren, Elizabeth and Owen Caldwell and Sebastian Brauer-Wise

Services

  • Visitation Monday, September 10, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, September 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Edward Albert Wise

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Barbara Lee

September 13, 2018

I knew Mr. Ed because he was my cousin Johanna's (Joi) main man for 10 years. What a kind, loving, giving man! I had an incident with an electric hedge trimmer that sucked my long blonde hair into the fan motor and stopped the trimmer from working. When I relayed this to Joi, she immediately told me that Mr. Ed likes to tinker and fix stuff, give it to him. About a month later when I saw Mr. Ed and Joi, sure enough he had the hair removed and the trimmer was ready to use again. He 'd even asked if I wanted the hair back. He definitely had a great sense of humor!
He was quite helpful when my husband and I bought a new house too. Hanging shelving, installing doors, etc. Don't think there was anything he could not do.
I will miss him! RIP Mr. Ed! And, thanks for all you did! :)

Billie Kulbick

September 8, 2018

So many stories it’s hard to pick one but, one of my favorites (and his) was when he had surgery and I was driving him all over for doctors appointments and picking up prescriptions because I had to be his ears! We were leaving the parking lot with his new prescription and pack of cigarettes (which he wasn’t supposed to have) music up loud and windows down! I turned out of the parking lot and we watched his new unopened pack of cigarettes slide across the dashboard and right out of the window! He turned to me and said “I just bought those Jo, turn around so we can go get them! I looked right back at him and said “nope, you aren’t supposed to be smoking them anyway”! He never let me forget about that day! I am going to miss his smile, the way he always made me laugh and EVERY time a song came on the radio he would ask “who sings this song Jo”! He was so much more than an Uncle and I am so lucky to have grown up with him in my life! ❤️

FROM THE FAMILY