Mr. Willie James (Ned) Wise
Sunrise: Januare 20, 1944~Sunset: October 11, 2013
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
The Church At Covington
11975 Hwy. 142
Oxford, Georgia 30014
Rev. David Payne, Pastor
Rev. David Johnson, Eulogist
Assisted By Others
Mr. Willie James Wise was born in Jackson, Georgia, Butts County, to the parentage of the late Mr. O. D. Wise and Mrs. Margaret Weaver Wise on January 20, 1944.
He attended public school in Jackson, Georgia. He later relocated to Covington, Georgia where he joined Pleasantview Baptist Church at an early age.
He was self employed as a Landscaper, working with concrete and yard work in surrounding counties, until his health failed. He loved playing spades, fishing and cooking out as his hobbies.
One brother preceded him in death, Mr. Robert L. Wise, one sister, Mrs. Bertha M. White and one step son, Mr. Chris Thomas.
He leaves to cherish his memory a lovely wife, Mrs. Louise Wise, children, Mr. Keith Marks, Mr. Tony Heard, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew (Tameeka) Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Jimquez (Tonya) Aiken, Mr. Reginald Wise, Ms. Teresa Thomas and Mr. & Mrs. Linton (Nicole) Thomas, five brothers, Mr. & Mrs. O.J. (Gussie) Wise, Conyers, Ga., Mr. & Mrs. Willie E. (Barbara) Wise, Covington, Ga, Mr. & Mrs. Billy J. (Edna) Wise, Stone Mtn., Ga., Mr. & Mrs. Grady (Heather) Wise, Covington, Ga. and Mr. Bobby Wise, Covington, Ga., three sisters, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas (Annie) White, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown and Ms. Rosie McKibben all of Covington, Ga., twelve grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, sisters-in-law, Ms. Sharon Wright, Ms. Lona Smith, Ms. Mattie Brooks, Ms. Annie Thomas, Ms. Mary Williams and Ms. Dorothy Rhodes, all of Covington, Ga., brothers-in-law, Mr. Grady Williams, Mr. Robert Williams, Mr. John P. Williams, all of Covington, Ga. and Mr. & Mrs. Leroy (Mary) Williams, of Madison, Ga. and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Early Hope Church Cemetery
Flower Ladies: Nieces and Friends
Pallbearers: Nephews and Friends
It is with grateful hearts we acknowledge the many acts of love and kindness shown to us during the passing of our loved one. We could not face these lonely days without your presence and your consideration. May God bless each of you, as you have blessed us with your kindness.
Special thanks to niece, Mrs. Crystal Wise Baker.