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Georgia Kiser

Georgia May Kiser (Payne)

Friday, October 28th, 1938 - Sunday, February 16th, 2020
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Georgia Kiser of Allegan, MI passed away Sunday, February 16, 2020 with her children and grandchildren present in the home she loved, the home her and her husband Gary built.

Born October 28, 1938 in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, she was the daughter of the late Gene and Dovie (Garner) Beals of Vicksburg, MI and her biological father Steve Payne.

She was a wonderful grandmother and vital in the love, care and upbringing of her grandsons. Her contribution is greatly appreciated and rewarded with their deepest love and respect.

She had many different careers throughout her life, finally retiring from Perrigo.

She was an avid reader and gardener. Her favorite places to be were outside tending to her garden and flowers or in a book with her imagination.

Georgia lived in Allegan 52 years. She always said she came on vacation from Florida but met Gary and stayed. He became her best friend and the love of her life.

She is survived by her children, Deb (Jimerson) Adams and Seana Kiser Al-Hilfi (Aimen Al-Hilfi); grandsons, Gary Crisman, Justin Towne and William Al-Hilfi; great-grandsons, Tanner Dee, Chase Crisman; great-granddaughters, Haley Foster, Lacie Crisman and Addison Towne.

Special mention for Amy Goodrich and Sharon Milbocker, whom she loved as daughters.

Georgia was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years William Gary Kiser; her sister Fay Sherwood; and brother Preston Payne.

She also leaves behind many beloved extended family members; too many to mention but very much loved all the same.

In accordance with her wishes, cremation has taken place. There are no services scheduled at this time.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the American Lung Association, 1200 Hosford Street, Suite 101, Hudson, WI 54016-9316; or by visiting www.lung.org.
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Aimen AL-Hilfi

Posted at 01:42pm
My heart aches for you and your family. I'll never forget your mother's generosity and graciousness. She was always so kind to me. Seana, I'm sorry you're going through this difficult time, and I'm praying for peace for you and your family.

Aimen AL-Hilfi
 
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Seana Al-Hilfi Posted at 12:39pm

❤️ Thank you
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Linda Milbocker

Posted at 07:14pm
Seana and Debbie I'm so sorry for your loss of your mother. You are in my prays.
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Posted at 09:00am
Georgia was a great mother and wife who loved life - she will be missed by many; she probably is glowing more today as she reunited back in the arms of her husband just as she was in the picture posted. Blessings and prayers go out to the family.
Betty & Ed Kortman
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Sharon Milbocker

Posted at 10:35pm
Georgia and Gary always accepted me as one of their own. I could tell her about whatever was on my mind & not feel judged. Both Georgia and Gary played a big part in my growing -up years and Im better off for it.
 
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Seana Al-Hilfi Posted at 11:39am

There's so much I wish to say but no words will ever convey the depth of those thoughts. I will just say although I have a calm demeanor you gave me the fire hidden underneath. You taught me I don't need to be afraid of anything or anyone. Toe up to them if that's what it takes. You didn't bake cookies but you were fierce in the defense of those you loved. I'd rather have you at my back then any damned cookies any day❤️ I also learned it's ok to not fit into what people expect - it's a gift to be yourself. I have found an eclection of great people because of you. Last and most important love and live. I carry you and Dad with me forever ma🥀
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