September 15, 1913 ~ June 18, 2007
Born in: Savannah, GA,
Resided in: Asheville, NC
Asheville – Mildred Noblett Wooten, 93, died Monday June 18, 2007, in the John F. Keever, Jr. Solace Center. Mrs. Wooten was a resident of the Oaks at Sweeten Creek and a former resident of the Asheville Terrace Apartments. She was a retired employee of the Sheppard-Pratt Health System in Baltimore, Maryland with 20 years of service. Mrs. Wooten will greatly miss her Bingo games at the Oaks and her many stuffed animals. A native of Savannah, Georgia, she was the daughter of the late Fannie Noblett McGraw and Merdie McGraw and was the wife of the late Albert Wooten who died in 1966. She also was preceded in death by three children, Mary Alice Fisher, Mildred Virginia Thomas and William E. Lewis, Jr.; and by two grandchildren, Randy Penland and Kenneth Lewis. She is survived by three daughters, Shirley Jean Taeuber of Forest Hill, Maryland, Judy Williams, and her husband Clarence, of Arden and Carolyn Owens of Arden; her son, Robert E. Lewis of Arden; twenty-one grandchildren; thirty-four great grandchildren; twenty-eight great great grandchildren and one sister, Kathryn Case of Hendersonville. A funeral service will be held in the mausoleum of Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hendersonville at 2:00 pm, Thursday conducted by the Rev. Roy Waldroup. The family will receive friends from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm Wednesday at Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian. The family would like to express a special thanks to Fred Collins and the staff of the Oaks at Sweeten Creek and to CarePartners Solace for their comforting care.
How blessed she was to have lived such a long life. May God give comfort to all the family. God Bless. Dan Lewis’s family
We are so sorry that we can’t be there, but our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Granny, we were so lucky to have you in our lives for so long and we will miss you very much. We love you! Joanie, Jessie, Bruce and Scott.
When my mother died in 1992 I moved to Asheville Terrace where I became a neighbor to Mrs. Wooten. For the past five years I have in a house in Weaverville with my brother but he is now deceased and I have moved back to Asheville Terrace but still remembered her. I am sorry and send my condolences to her family.
hate to hear about mildred we go to the oaks to visit sure will miss seening her smiling face we are praying for her family may god bless you love martha and gladys
Carolyn, I am so sorry to hear about your Mother. May God be with you and your family in this time of need. If you need anything, please feel free to let me know. Love and prayers,Tonya & Jackson