Bise, Malinda

Malinda Sue Bise

June 18, 1966 - January 31, 2019

Malinda Sue Bise of Louisville, Ohio passed away on January 31, 2019 at the age of 52.  She was born on June 18, 1966 to Robert Bruce and Frances Geraldine (Query) Bise in Lamar, Missouri. 

Malinda is survived by her daughters, Lindsey Smith and husband, Elon of Wylie, Texas, Eliana Hardman of Lucas, Texas; grandchildren, Jaedyn and Taetum; brothers, Bruce Bise of Dallas, Texas, Merlin Bise and wife, Misty of Lucas, Texas; sister, Melissa Townsley also of Lucas, Texas; nieces and nephews, Austin, Curtis, Erin, Kayla and Kyle; and numerous other loving family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Friday, February 8, 2019 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas.  Interment will follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park in Allen.  The family will receive friends during a visitation on Thursday evening from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

Memorial donations may be made in Malinda’s honor to CASA of Collin County at or a check can be mailed to CASA of Collin County, 101 E. Davis St., McKinney, Texas 75069.

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Sorry for your loss. Prayers to the family. Archana Siddhant, February 7, 2019 I worked with Malinda, sat just opposite of her, if I had to describe her in one word I would have to say fiesty. She was funny, and always laughed, and could always be counted on to get an 80s song stuck in your head as she would start singing one and get everyone singing the same song. We at work will miss her light, and her laughter. Prayers to the family, and blessings to them for the loss of this beautiful soul that is gone from their life.
Michelle Boyajian, February 5, 2019 I am so sorry for your loss. Your entire family is in my prayers and thoughts. Lindsey and Eliana, you have a special place in my heart now and always!
Kimber Johnson, February 4, 2019 So sorry for your loss. Malinda was a very sweet lady who was not afraid to show her love for God and others. Praying for all of you for peace and comfort . Cindy Bishop, February 4, 2019 Malinda was such a nice lady and had a kind heart. She always talked about how much she loved her kids and her grandchildren. They meant the world to her. She will be greatly missed. Crystal, February 3, 2019 So sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers.
Amber Reeves, February 3, 2019 Malinda, you were born in Rhonda's home town of Mexico, MO. We were there together as children. John had the honor of meeting you in 1978 at Mt. Zion Bible School when you were 11 years old. Our lives have intersected over the years since then but none like the last 6.5 months have been. You have lived in our home, cooked us meals, worshiped with us as you were part of our church's praise team, you were a very valuable part of the ladies group, and you celebrated Christmas Day with our family, in fact you were the one who took our 1st ever Family Photo that included our 2 new grandchildren. We have laughed together, cried together, argued together, prayed together, and celebrated together (new job, Ohio Driver license, your house in the country, all the furniture that God gave you to fill it, the new wardrobe of work clothes that God gave you the week you landed that job you so wanted, and much, much more). You made a very positive impact on our lives, our church, Hope House 4 Women, Liberty Health Share and many others in Stark County. You are loved. You will be missed. Looking forward to seeing you and your mom again in heaven. Pastor John & Rhonda Stallings
John & Rhonda Stallings, February 3, 2019
Words can't express the sadness we felt when we heard of your passing. Now your pain is over. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Gone but not forgotten. Love you, The Maxwell Family
Angela Jackson, February 3, 2019 Malinda, you shared many words of wisdom, you will be missed. Love you and you are in the arms of your eternal husband, rest in peace.
Terri Young, February 3, 2019 Malinda, you are going to be missed. You left us too soon. I'm sorry I could not make your going home service but I know you're OK and I will be holding your family in prayer. Love to you girl.
Pamela Stout, February 3, 2019 You were always a pleasure to be around and I appreciate all the encounters and times with the family. Love always, Jamaal Jamaal Arrington , February 3, 2019 Linda always seemed to be happy. I can still remember her laughing all the time. There never was a time when she was around that she brought laughter to something that was going on. May God be with her family and friends.
Larry Ross, February 3, 2019 You will be missed Linda. May you spread your wings and soar high!
LaTonya.Morton , February 3, 2019 Prayers for the family. Lots of good memories. Virginia Viel, February 3, 2019