In memory of
Idys Mims Gage Jr.
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In memory of
Idys Mims Gage Jr.
Idys Mims Gage Jr, b. 10-13-1940 and d. 02-09-2020. Mims Gage left this World on Sunday, February 9 surrounded by those he cherished the most. Mims was a son, brother, father, grandfather, and dear friend. He was an example to all on how to live life to the fullest. He was a consummate storyteller. Mims was a charmer and self-described connoisseur of women. The adventures he had with his friends are the stuff of legend. He was, by his own admission, a "radical S.O.B". He made his second home at Frankie and Johnny's Restaurant in the "slivah by the rivah". There he became an engrained member of the Frankie and Johnny's family and a treasured part of the neighborhood community. Mims had many adopted children and grandchildren and was a one of a kind gift to everyone he encountered. Mims was preceded in death by his parents: Idys Mims Gage Senior and Jane Pharr Gage and his sister Katherine Pharr Gage. Mims is survived by his bother John Ochsner Gage M.D.; his children: Hillary Wickstrom Gage, Amy Elizabeth Gage Yildizli, and Joshua Andrus Gage; his nephews: Julian Gage and Trevor John Gage; and his grandchildren: Aiden Fantoni Gage, Grace Jane Gage, and Josephine Mae Gage. Mims will be missed by many but his legacy will live on forever through the countless memories and stories that will be shared by all who loved him for generations to come. A remembrance of his life will be held at Frankie and Johnny's Restaurant located at 321 Arabella Street in New Orleans, Louisiana on a date to be determined. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Cancer Research Charity of your choice.
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In memory of
Idys Mims Gage Jr.
Idys Mims Gage Jr, b. 10-13-1940 and d. 02-09-2020. Mims Gage left this World on Sunday, February 9 surrounded by those he cherished the most. Mims was a son, brother, father, grandfather, and dear friend. He was an example to all on how to live life to the fullest. He was a consummate storyteller. Mims was a charmer and self-described connoisseur of women. The adventures he had with his friends are the stuff of legend. He was, by his own admission, a "radical S.O.B". He made his second home at Frankie and Johnny's Restaurant in the "slivah by the rivah". There he became an engrained member of the Frankie and Johnny's family and a treasured part of the neighborhood community. Mims had many adopted children and grandchildren and was a one of a kind gift to everyone he encountered. Mims was preceded in death by his parents: Idys Mims Gage Senior and Jane Pharr Gage and his sister Katherine Pharr Gage. Mims is survived by his bother John Ochsner Gage M.D.; his children: Hillary Wickstrom Gage, Amy Elizabeth Gage Yildizli, and Joshua Andrus Gage; his nephews: Julian Gage and Trevor John Gage; and his grandchildren: Aiden Fantoni Gage, Grace Jane Gage, and Josephine Mae Gage. Mims will be missed by many but his legacy will live on forever through the countless memories and stories that will be shared by all who loved him for generations to come. A remembrance of his life will be held at Frankie and Johnny's Restaurant located at 321 Arabella Street in New Orleans, Louisiana on a date to be determined. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Cancer Research Charity of your choice.
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