In Memory of

Tiwana

"Wanda"

Fielder-Ryles

(Fielder)

Obituary for Tiwana "Wanda" Fielder-Ryles (Fielder)

Tiwana Fielder-Ryles was born November 18, 1965 in Atlanta, Georgia and received her wings October 25, 2019. She was the daughter of the late Eugene Hardrick and Emma Jean Fielder Henderson. She was proceeded in death by her brothers, James Fielder and Wayne Wheeler; sister, Robin Battle; and grandparents Dan and Minnie Mullins.

Tiwana attended I.N. Ragsdale Elementary School and J.E. Brown High School and Mercer University. She graduated from J.E. Brown High School in 1983. She was a Varsity Cheerleader and served as 1st Co-Captain. Tiwana was a member of Elizabeth Baptist Church and worked for C&S Bank as an Accounting Clerk, Pillsbury and Beta as an Accounting Specialist. She also worked for Newcomb Springs for 20 years.

Outside of her professional work, Tiwana was very involved in the International Free and Accepted Modern Masons, Inc. & Order of Eastern Star. She served as Southeast National District Treasurer, Mohave 005 Shrine Court Financial Secretary, Joint Executive Board Recording Secretary, Lady Knight Council Kendrick 008 4th Counselor, Grand Monitor for Electa Grand Chapter, District Grand Matron and District Queen for Haven Grand Palace. She was also a member of the Trustee Board for Atlanta City and Vice Director for Atlanta City Joint Council. She currently held the position of Worthy Matron of Ladies of Light Chapter #192. Tiwana was also a very active member of J.E. Brown High School class of 1983 Reunion Committee.

Tiwana was a very giving individual, who loved her family immensely. Tiwana had a heart of gold and enjoyed working in her community as a volunteer. She also enjoyed going to new places and meeting new people.

Tiwana is survived by her daughter, Jessica Fielder; son, Keevan (Kamile) Foster; two granddaughters, Samantha Gooden and Karma Raye Foster; three grandsons, Christopher Fielder, Keevan Foster, Jr. and Kayden Foster; Jr. and one great-granddaughter, Marlee Gooden. 1 sister: Keisha (Herdrick) Wright and 2 brothers: Marcus (Karin) Wright and Derrick Wheeler. She is also survived by three uncles, Daniel Mullins (Linda), Matthew Mullins (Shirley) and Warren Mullins (Bernadette); three aunts, Evelyn Jeter (Charles), Vicki Mullins and Jewelene Mullgrav; a special cousin, Regina Mullins; Eastern Star Sisters, J.E. Brown High School class of 1983 family, and a host of other family and friends.