Condolence & Memory Journal

Bro Mize was my Sunday School teacher at Cedar Grove and a great and respected man. He preached for us a lot and always told it like it is. I really enjoyed talking with him and we had several good talks and enjoyed each others company. Even though he retired from pastoring, he never retired from preaching God's word. He stayed actively preaching well up into the nineties in age as a lot of people know. He was in demand. We loved him and hated to hear of his death but he is now reunited with Mrs. Mize, other relatives and friends and can spend eternity talking with people which he really love doing. Our prayers are with his family and I know he will be missed but you will see him again some day.

Bennie and Sandy Laster

Mt Washington, KY

Posted by Bennie Laster - Mt Washington, KY - Friend   July 14, 2019

So sorry for your loss. I so enjoyed getting to know Mr. Mize while he was at Diversicare. We would have the best time when he was in physical therapy. He always had a big smile on his face and he loved to joke and laugh with all of the rehab staff. I will sure miss seeing him sitting in front of the window in his room reading his Bible, and all the big goodbye waves he would give me from his window as I left work for the day. Prayers for strength and comfort for all his family.

Posted by Shannon Grundy - Greenville, KY - Acquaintance   July 13, 2019

I am deeply sadden by the passing of Mr. Mize. I got to know and love him while he was living at Diversicare. It was a pleasure taking care of him. I will always remember his sweet smile and laugh.

Posted by angela hawkins - greenville, KY - Friend   July 12, 2019