Olga Thomas Kiser 95 of St. Petersburg passed away January 4, 2019. She went home to be with the Lord whom she diligently served all of her 95 years on this earth. Of all her positive traits, the one that stood out was her passionate love of God and her relationship to Jesus. This gift she shared with her son, daughter, sisters, brothers, and family as well as her many friends throughout her journey here on earth. Never was there a time that this trait of loving God was ever hidden to anyone who knew her or encountered her during their daily interactions in life. Olga was totally unselfish in all aspects of relationships, always placing others before herself. Never did the Lord not provide for her care and welfare even as she gave what little money she had to support her favorite ministries. Daily she would bathe herself in God’s word to sustain her positive outlook on life. “This is the day the LORD hath made; let us rejoice and be glad in it” was her daily exclamation to all who knew her. Truly, Olga is a true representative of the “Virtuous Woman.” Olga’s legacy is the love of God shared with all expressed through her quick wit and sense of humor. Her gentle and loving spirit will be missed even though she is dancing on the streets of Gold in a far better place. “Her children arise up and call her blessed; Her husband also, and he praiseth her...A woman that feareth the Lord, She shall be praised.” (From Proverbs 31:28 & 30)
Olga Kiser was the daughter of Ashton and Lettie Feagin born in Charleston, South Carolina. She was born on June 17, 1923.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughter, Carol T. Cohen of St. Petersburg, Florida; her son, Randall J. Thomas of Ocala, Florida; Sisters: Alma Jean Carter, and Virginia Gandy; Brothers: Manny Lane, and Jerry Lane. Grandchildren: R. Garret Ferrari, Danielle E. Partain, Emily J. Ferrari, Jacquelyne S. Landt, James C. Thomas; Great Grandchildren: Veronica Partain, Camryn Partain, Jacob Landt, Zackary Landt, Dan Landt, Joshua Landt, Sara Landt and Anaya Landt.
Graveside services will be 1 PM Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at Sarasota National Cemetery, 9810 State Road 72, Sarasota, FL 34241
David C. Gross Funeral Homes, Central Avenue Chapel in St. Petersburg is serving the family.