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Margaret Louise (Myers) Wiseman
July 25, 1944 ~ May 8, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Margaret Louise Wiseman (Myers) July 25, 1944 – May 8, 2023
Loving wife, mother and grandmother. She is survived by the love of her life and husband of 60 years, Michael Joe, her two sons, Ronald Eugene (Sheryl) and Michael Paul (Hally) and daughter Margo Rae Vincent (Dwayne). She is also survived by her grandchildren; Heather Neumann, Daniel Wiseman, Brandon Wiseman (Jamie), Matthew Vincent, Jessica Engelbrecht, Haley Vincent, Sailor Wiseman and Hazzard Wiseman and her greatgrandchildren; Olivia Wiseman, Tyson Engelbrecht and Abraham Wiseman. She is also survived by her sister Trish Rafferty, brother Pat Myers, and her best friend/sister-in-law Judy DePriest and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Opal Myers, sisters Joyce and Lori, brother Dennis and grandson-in-law John Neumann.
Margaret was a spiritual person who believed strongly in the power of prayer – she was our very own prayer warrior. Our family would joke that she had her own hotline to God but in times of need or crisis the first call was always to her with our request that she pray.
Margaret enjoyed her coffee, books, a lively game of rummy, Fox news and the Seahawks. Although she said she watched the football due to the uniform pants! She loved puttering around the yard planting her flower garden, and if there was water near by she’d need to sit with her feet in it.
She was such a little firecracker! Too many times people would underestimate her because of her size only to find out just how formidable she could be. She was a champion of the underdog, and unofficial foster mom to countless young people over the years. Her door was always open with a meal or safe place to rest. She will be missed.