Eva Latane Wiseman, 79, of Bartlesville Oklahoma passed away peacefully in her home Sunday January 17th, 2021. Visitation will be Saturday, January 23rd from 1pm-2:30pm at the Morrison Funeral Home in Graham, TX, with a graveside service at the Markley cemetery at 3pm with Pastor Chad Hopkins officiating. Reception to follow at the Loving Community Center.
Eva was the first born child of Thomas Lawrence Enright and Jolyne Young on January 4th, 1942, in Iowa Park, Texas. Eva went to grade school in Loving and graduated from Graham High School in 1960 where she was a cheerleader, Homecoming Queen and All-School Favorite. She attended West Texas State Teacher’s College in Canyon Texas and Hardin Simmons University in Abilene Texas before a family friend introduced her to Bill Marvin Wiseman of Borger Texas who swept her off her feet. They were married in Borger Texas at Borger First Baptist Church, on August 30, 1962.
Bill worked for Phillips Petroleum Company, but Eva’s career was a mother to her four boys. Seven times to five different states the family was transferred while she kept the home fires burning and raised her sons. She was a natural mother - a true master, born to do the job well. She would be the first to tell you that she was very proud of her children and that they were her life. Those that knew her would agree.
Eva is survived by her two dear sisters that she cherished: Betty Enright Klobassa and her husband Carl of Loving, Texas and Jackie Enright Judkins and her husband Jim of Breckenridge, Texas. Her sons: Wayne Wiseman and wife Robin of Bartlesville, Ok; David Wiseman and wife Jennifer of Jenks, Ok; Bill Wiseman of Bartlesville Ok; and Jason Wiseman and wife Haylee of Bixby, Ok. Six grandsons: Jack, Tom, Dave, Cole, Jake Wiseman, Kolten Poulson, Trey Lafevers, and her favorite granddaughter Abbey Wiseman. Numerous loving nephews and nieces.
Eva was fun and full of life. Daughter, sister, friend, wife, mother, aunt, Nana- she will be missed. She bravely told us that she didn’t fear death because “she knew where she was going and that she would see us all again.” The circle will be unbroken.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.