October 20, 1975 ~ June 25, 2020

Born in: Kokomo, Indiana
Resided in: Indianapolis, Indiana

Autumn Marie Wisely was born on October 20, 1975 in Kokomo, Indiana to the delight of her mother Connie Gale McQuinn-Alonzo. Autumn moved to Indianapolis with her mother at a very young age.

Autumn attended Indianapolis Public Schools and graduated from Warren Central High School. Autumn also attended A Cut Above Beauty College where she worked toward obtaining her Aesthetician license.

Autumn professed her hope in Jesus Christ and was baptized. She regularly attended Find Your Way Ministries before moving to Goshen, Indiana. When Autumn returned to Indianapolis, she became a member of Healing Streams Word and Worship Center.

Employment was an adventure for Autumn. As a leasing agent she earned the reputation of the best property manager among her peers. Her renters deemed her caring and compassionate. Autumn had a servant’s heart. As a waitress, customers would return to the establishment and request her as their server.

Autumn was a great communicator and loved being in the company of people. She had a great sense of humor and a tenacious laugh to go with it. She was a genuine caring person. Autumn loved shopping at thrift stores with her daughters and being a mother to her only son.

Autumn was called home to be with the Lord on Thursday, June 25, 2020. She was preceded in death by her mother Connie Gale McQuinn-Alonzo and her grandmother Thelma Tusing affectionately called grandma Jean. Autumn was the oldest grandchild.

She leaves to cherish her memory, two daughters, Taylor Bromagen and Jayla Toney; one son D’Angelo Toney Jr.; step-father Pete Alonzo; one brother Quinn Alonzo; one step-sister Jessica Alonzo-Williams (Nick); two nieces Amaya and Olivia Williams; one aunt, Lisa Willis (Dave) and a host of relatives, other family members and friends.

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  1. Taylor I’m so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know how hard it is to lose your mom. My prayers and thoughts are with you and the family.

  2. Taylor. I am so sorry to hear of Autumn’s passing. My deepest Condolences to you and your family during this very difficult time. Autumn was an amazing person and she will truly be missed. I feel very lucky to know you and to have known her.

  3. Taylor, Just learned of your mother’s passing. I was a friend of your mom but after a serious health incident of my own in early 2018, we drifted apart and didnt communicate. I think of her often as one of the kindest and most beautiful person I have ever known. I will continue to think of her that way cherish having known her. She talked of you all the time. My greatest sympathy for your loss.

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