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Carson Willsie

September 19, 1938 — December 9, 2023

Carson Willsie

Carson Thaddius Willsie was born in Hanford, CA on September 19th , 1938 and passed away on December 9th, 2023. He married Patricia Gayle Means, his high school sweetheart,  on December 28, 1958, having four beautiful children: Teresa and Rick Roberts of Tucson AZ, Craig and Beckie Willsie of Montrose,CO, Nina and Brian Greenfield of Glenpool, OK and Karla and Danny Montgomery of Tucson,AZ. Carson graduated college from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK in 1968. After college Carson worked for the Army Civil Service, and was stationed at Fort Huachuca. Carson was baptized into the Church of The Firstborn in 1978 in Tucson, AZ. Where he ministered, comforted many and officiated marriages of his grandchildren. When his wife of 46 Years passed away in 2004, Carson Married his friend Janette Willsie in 2005, where he gained  Shauna and David Cron of Kingman, KS, Aaron and Misty Whitfield of Guthrie OK, and a heavenly angel Daisha Kitchens. Carson and Janette were blessed to share 18 beautiful years of laughter, love and serving the Lord together. 

Carson and his brother’s childhood stories of farming, the love of cars, and ability to fix anything that Carson had will forever be remembered. Kindness, courage, humility and faith always mixed with humor were his attributes. God and family were important to Carson. To celebrate Carson's life and love for God, a funeral service will be at 10:30am Friday, December 15, at the General Assembly and Church of The Firstborn in Wichita, Kansas. Burial will be at Pea Green Cemetery in Delta, Colorado on Tuesday, December 19. In lieu of flowers, the family suggest memorials be made to the Generaly Assembly and Church of The Firstborn.

 

He was preceded in death by: 

 

Marie and Curtis Willsie (parents)

Thaddius and Wanda Morrow (parents)

Patricia Gayle (wife)

Jimmie Thad Morrow (twin brother)

Daisha Dee (daughter)

 

Carson is survived by his wife, Janette.

 

Brothers and sisters:

Leon and Catherine Willsie

Wayne and Sandy Willsie

Sharon Means Kelley

Shelia and Billy Williams

Ricky and Donna Means

Thanda and Travis White

Deb and Dean McMullan

 

27 Grandchildren and 22 Great Grandchildren:

 

Kasey and Luis Velasquez (Jadyn, Braylon and Natalia)

Kenneth and Mandy Roberts (Karter, Kaden, Kooper and Karlee)

Kaylee Roberts

Moriah and Grant McCracken (Audrey and Ian)

Chantel and Wayne Longhirst (Dominik, Rowan, Dillon)

Delana and Jeremiah Poteet

Skyler and Austin Ratliff (Zander,  Adrian , Dominic and Roman)

Carson and Tiah Greenfield (Lillie Ann, Avery and River)

Ryan Ashley Greenfield

Kimber Greenfield

Olivia Berger 

Reilee Berger

Clauice Isom (Dezirae and Mallory)

Jacob and Meghan Cron (Tatum)

Cade and Brooke Whitfield 

Cole Whitfield

Macie Whitfield

Mya Whitfield

 

His life was filled with cousins, nieces and nephews that he loved also.   He was a good friend to many.

 

Dad’s prayer and instruction was always, “God have mercy on the children, and the children’s children.”  Teach the children.

 

Proverbs 17:6

Children's children are the crown of old men; and the glory of children are their fathers.  

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Ecclesiastes  7:1

A good name is better than precious ointment: and the day of death than the day of one’s birth.

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Proverbs 20:6-7

Most men will proclaim every one his goodness: but a faithful man who can find?

The just man walketh in his integrity:  His children are blessed after him.

 

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Funeral Service

Friday, December 15, 2023

10:30 - 11:30 am (Central time)

The General Assembly and Church of the First Born

3742 S. West St., Wichita, KS 67217

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Tuesday, December 19, 2023

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Pea Green Cemetery

CO-348, Delta, CO 81416

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