Georgia Edna (Sibley) Wied, 85, of Sealy, passed away peacefully at her home on November 21, 2015.
Georgia was born September 16, 1930, in Houston. The daughter of Henry Clay and Edna Bell (O’Brien) Sibley. She graduated from Spring High School in 1950.
On March 17, 1951, Georgia married Henry O. Wied in Klein, Texas. They made their home in Spring where they owned and operated a dairy farm. They later opened Edna’s Café in Klein. In 1969, Henry and Georgia moved to Austin County where they farmed. Georgia was later employed at Perry Brothers, Superior, and Wilco Furniture. After retirement, they made their home in Sealy. Henry preceded Georgia in death in 1990.
Georgia enjoyed mowing her yard and being outside. She was an avid fan of soap operas. A member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Sealy, Georgia would call the senior members twice daily to check on them.
She is survived by her DAUGHTER: Leisha (Mike Maples) of Houston; 3 SONS: Henry Wied (Debra) of Tomball, Carl Wied (Carol) of Bastrop, and George Wied (Janice) of Buckhorn; 9 GRANDCHILDREN: Henry C. Wied, Jr. (Kristi) Cherie Arendse (David) Misty Ugarte (Reuben) Matthew Wied (Melanie) Jennifer Davis (Bradley) Rachel Villalovoz (Michael) Andrew Wied (Mimi) Buckshot Wied (Adrienne) and Mac Wied (Rachel); 20 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN: Kalli, Meagan, Zachary, Ashlynn, Austin, Maddison, Bo, Nathan, Preston, Myranda, Noah, Lillian, Fynn, Laney, Bryson, Brooke, Sommer, Lulu, Dawson and Cannon; and numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends.
Visitation was on Monday, November 23rd and the Funeral Service was held at 11:00 on Tuesday, November 24th at Trinity Lutheran Church, Sealy with Pastor Ken Bersche officiating. A reception followed at noon in the church fellowship hall. Graveside Service was held at 1:30 at Pilgrims Rest Cemetery in Bellville.
Friends who wish may make memorial gifts to either: Trinity Lutheran Church, 402 Atchison, Sealy, TX 77474, or to Cross of Christ Lutheran Church, 19361 FM 362, Waller, TX 77484. Special family thanks to: Trinity Lutheran Church, Brazos Valley Hospice, Schmidt Funeral Home, Pallbearers, and caregiver Hazel.
Funeral was under the direction of the Schmidt Funeral Home, Bellville.