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Azie Lee (Williams) McTizic

November 29, 1943 ~ April 2, 2024 (age 80) 80 Years Old

Azie McTizic Obituary

Azzie L (Williams) McTizic

November 29, 1943 ~ April 2, 2024

80 Years Old

Mother Azie McTizic was born in Hardeman County, on November 29, 1943, to the late James Isaac Williams and Deborah Williams-Lloyd. She was the second child of 4 siblings all of whom have preceded her in death: Mattie Lou Sain, Hester Reaves and James Williams.

Mother Azie McTizic departed this life on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

Her funeral service was held on Friday April 12, 2024 at Zion Temple Worship Center at 12 noon with Elder Leon White in charge of the service.  Burial was in the Zion Temple #2 cemetery in grand Junction and Dixie Funeral Home www.dixiefuneralhome.com was in charge of the professional service.  

Mother McTizic was married to the late Elder Junious McTizic. They were united in holy matrimony on March 3, 1963. On March 2, 2013, they celebrated fifty-years of marriage. To this union, five children were born. Sandra (Jeremiah), Donald (Linda), Gary (Faye), Mellissa - All reside in Hardeman County, and April (Scott) of Fayette County.

Mother McTizic has nine grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. One granddaughter, Juniece Alexandria McTizic, preceded her in death.

Mother McTizic was a virtuous woman and a jewel to many. She was a woman of faith and servanthood. Her smile lit up a room and her harmonious voice was admired, and spirit filled.

Mother McTizic words of encouragement to be FAITHFUL will forever be echoed in our ears and remembered in our hearts. Although she loved the word of God, one of her scriptures of faith was Proverbs 3:6 In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy path.

Mother McTizic took delight in singing, crocheting, cooking, and praising God. In her years of faithful servanthood, God blessed Mother McTizic to serve 33 years as First Lady of the Zion Temple #2 Church (Now known as Zion Temple Community Church.) During that time, she worked faithfully by her husband’s side and was an exemplary first lady.

Before the decline of her health, Mother McTizic served locally as the president of the Mother Board of the Zion Temple Community Church, pastored by her son & wife, Elder Donald and First Lady Linda McTizic.

Mother McTizic was blessed to broaden her territory of servanthood by faithfully serving 12 years as District Missionary of the Rossville District and later serving 10 years as District Missionary of the Jackson District.

Mother McTizic leaves many words of wisdom, love and fond memories to be cherished by her children, sons-in-love, daughters-in-love, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and a host of spiritual sons and daughters.

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Services

Public Viewing
Thursday
April 11, 2024

1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Jerome Boyd Chapel at Dixie Funeral Home
750 Bills Street
Bolivar, Tennessee 38008

Funeral Service
Friday
April 12, 2024

12:00 PM
Zion Temple Worship Center
760 McTizic Street
Bolivar, TN 38008

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