Dionzhe Terrell Wiseman

September 17, 1995May 24, 2021

OBITUARY Dionzhe was called home the morning of May 22, 2021. He was born in Wichita, Kansas on September 17, 1995; full of love, joy and life. As a child he began his quest to inspire others through his love of writing and producing music. He believed that his love for music would inspire and encourage others to achieve the same joyful heart he possessed. Through his love and compassion he believed that his music was his spiritual connection to the world. For those that knew him always saw a continuous smile on his face. Dionzhe is survived by all whom he loved dearly; his son LaTrell Wiseman of Fort Worth, TX, his beloved mother Miashia Wilson of Fort Worth, TX, his father Robert (Terrell) Wiseman of Wichita, KS, two Grandmothers Brenda Harden and Alice Simms of Wichita, KS, two sisters Destinee Wilson of Fort Worth, TX, Zamira Wiseman Wichita, KS, two brothers Dayvon Baker and Dakarii Hudson both of Fort Worth, TX, two nephews Dayvon Baker Jr. and Kane Baker of Fort Worth, TX, two nieces Ke’mari Wilson and Eden Baker of Fort Worth, TX. A host of Aunts, Uncles and Cousins and three best friends Chris Leavell, Rashad Mickles, and Jarvis Scott of Fort Worth, TX


  • Visitation

    Friday, June 11, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, June 11, 2021


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Kyanda Jackson

June 14, 2021

really great friends aways made me smile 😃 I meet him at the bus stop on east Lancaster he knows how to make me happy when I was sad

Miashia Wilson

June 13, 2021

Dionzhe… you are forever my sweet baby boy. It has truly been a pleasure to have carried you for 9 months.. I have Witnessed all your joys, success, and hard work trying to achieve your idea of a Great father, son, brother, and friend.

You have absolutely been a wonderful, caring , spiritual and loving person to all that welcomed your smile and humble spirit. I am so honored to have you as my son. You always were thoughtful about wanting to make me happy , & you did.
I never forgot about the purse you bought me when you were 7. the money earned from cleaning out a neighbors garage on a Saturday while other kids played. I never forgot how I would come home from work , and to my surprise you not only cleaned the kitchen but mopped the floor too, just to ensure I was pleased with a smile. Thank You
Ohh Dionzhe we’ve always had some special kind of bond. Nights you couldn’t sleep neither could I, You are truly the most genuine , kindest soul I have ever met. It will be a new sad challenge not being able to call you on the phone. Or ask where you are with intentions of linking up in person.
But what I can say is Dionzhe I am so proud of you baby… Even in your unexpected last breath you were innocent of any wrong or ill will. U have no idea the peace this gives me as a Mother going forward. To know without a doubt this moment was a reminder of GOD’s promise to us all. To be ready if unexpectedly you were called home on his time. Favored are you to have been called at this time when you were most innocent pure of heart and humble mind. I’m so proud of you baby… from beginning to this moment you never layed down your principles or values of being the strong man you are. And for that You are truly are a G. You remained true to the core of your essence always with a smile and determination to get it right. So fitting the heavens would reveal the home now prepared for you … You did it baby, u transcended your power into infinite light!
Luv momma💋