Kathryne Wiseman

Obituary of Kathryne Wiseman

The life and legacy of Kathryne K. Wiseman

 

Kathryne Wiseman was born April 24th, 1948 in East Wenatchee, WA. Even as a child, Kathy loved to help others and enjoyed helping her mother take care of her younger siblings. Kathy attended Auburn High School where she volunteered for the Red Cross as a “Candy-Stripe” girl. Kathy was a Candy Stripe girl at Auburn General Hospital and served over 100 hours of volunteer work. During high school, Kathy met James Wiseman and quickly fell in love. 

 

Kathy and James Wiseman married and had their son Gregory Wiseman in 1969. Kathy loved being a wife and a mother. In 1997, Kathy became a grandmother to Morgan Wiseman. Kathy was overjoyed with being a grandma. It was no surprise that Kathy was so happy to be blessed with another grandchild in 2000, Michelle Wiseman. 

 

Kathy made every birthday and every holiday special for her grandchildren. Kathy enjoyed baking with her grandchildren and taking them on vacations. Kathy’s grandchildren were the light of her life and she did everything she could for them. 

 

In 2018, Kathy’s life was blessed again and she became a great grandmother to Noah Cook. As a great grandmother, Kathy spoiled Noah and was so excited to welcome her second great grandchild, James Cook, into this world in 2020. Kathy spent her last years watching her great grandchildren grow and play together.

 

Kathy taught and showed unconditional love to our family. She was the rock of our family and was always there when we needed her. She will be forever missed but never forgotten. 

On November 6th 2022, the Lord made Kathy an angel and brought her home to be with her beloved husband, James Wiseman. 

 

Heaven is so blessed to have someone as special as her and I know she is so happy to watch her husband sing and play guitar for her again.   

 

We love you forever and always our sweet angel.

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