Doris J. Wiseman


Doris J. Wiseman, 88, passed away Tuesday June 25, 2019 at Autumn Woods in New Albany. She was the former Doris Craycraft, born in Huntington, West Virginia to parents Charles and Opal Craycraft. Preceded in death by her husband: Kenneth E. Wiseman and sister: Juanita Slattery.
Doris is survived by her sons: Christopher E. Wiseman(Debbie) and Michael J. Lewis(Kirsten), niece: Debra Dietrich(Ralph), and five grandchildren: Shane, Josh, Jessica, Ashley and Sarah.
Doris worked for the Welcome Wagon in Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky in the early 70's. She was the office manager at the Skyline Tennis Club and co-manager at the Kentuckiana Sportscenter, Wave-tek and Waterboggan for many years. She was also a 20 year member of the National Secretaries Association.
She really enjoyed her work in the community as an original Harvest Homecoming Board Member where she served as Vice-President for 6 years. She was a 10 year advisor to Steamboat Days, 5 years with the March-of-Dimes Walkathon, and 15 years on the Board of Directors for the Southern Indiana Convention and Tourism Bureau where she served as President in 1985.
All funeral arrangements will be private and have been entrusted to the Market Street Chapel of Naville & Seabrook Funeral Homes.
Mom's love for animals and their care had long been in her heart so please make memorial contributions to the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter. Total contributions will be matched by the family up to $1,000.00.
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Published on June 25, 2019
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Laura Howell Crull
Jun 27, 2019
Oh, how many fun filled years we had during Harvest Homecoming, and 4Th of July and so many other things growing up with our families together. I love you Chris and Mike. I loved Doris and Kenny.
They were like a second set of parents. You were all family‚̧