December 1, 1946 ~ September 4, 2011
A family gathering for Deryll Lynn Wiseman, 64, of Daingerfield, is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday September 10, 2011 at 649 Jefferson Street in Pittsburg, Texas. The family will begin receiving friends at noon Saturday prior to the service. The family has entrusted Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. in Hughes Springs to handle the services. Mr. Wiseman passed away Sunday, September 4, 2011 at a hospital in Pittsburg. He was retired from GTE, where he had worked as a telephone installer, and later worked at Newsom Grocery in Ore City. Mr. Wiseman proudly served in the United States Air Force. He is survived by his loving wife, Brinda Wiseman; step-sons: Stephen Turnbow, Curtis Turnbow, Shannon Turnbow; step-daughter, Carla Higginbotham; 9 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; sister, Frances Kersey; brother, Ronnie Wiseman; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Brinda, I'm so sorry to hear about Derryl.I thought of him as one of my best friends.I wish I had kept in touch more.Call if I can do anything. John
My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Sorry for your loss. I worked with Deryll at Newsome's for the last 3 years. He was a good friend & a good man. My prayers are with you.
My brother ,my love, you will be missed by so many. We all loved you dearly and you were gone far too soon. Looking forward to seeing you again one day.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!God Bless each and everyone of your family!
brinda, didnt know him but by the way you talked and joked about i know you love him very deeply sorry for your loss
Brenda and Family,Please know that my prayers and love are with you at this sad time. Love, Linda
You will be missed uncle Deryll…RIP.
My brother and friend, will miss our birthday calls and the jokes we shared for so many years. You will be missed always.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family ! we love you very much and may GOd give you some peace in your heart and mind !!!God Bless Dave and Demita and Family..
You are going to be greatly missed Uncle Deryll. Love you bunches.
Deryll and I loved fishingOK Baby,I'm telling this story.We were fishing Whright Patman Lake. We had our special tree.I was driving the boat,he went to the front to grab the tree,ok slow down he said and I hit the stop,and then went on, and he said slow down,I hit the stop,and then drove on, and he said STOP… I hit the stop and the wave pushed us forward, he grabbed the tree about the same time as the boat hit it and bounced off, he was doing the splits and hanging on to the tree for dear life as I started up and came in very,very slow. Deryll said, it took long enough he seen his life flash in front of him lol…but he got back in the boat… and after awhile he stared talking to me again….hahaha.
I worked at Newsom's Gro with Deryll the five yrs he was there.He was always a delight to work with, with his ready smile and quick sense of humor. We talked about our families and I always knew he loved his.He will be greatly missed.Even some of the regular customers have asked about him already.God bless you and may you find peace thru Him.
Brinda,I am so sorry for your loss,My heart and prayer's are with you.love u
My only regret is that I did not take the time to get to know my great uncle very well. This, however, does not lessen the amount of love I have in my heart for uncle Deryll and aunt Brenda. Rest in Peace dear uncle and may the Lord find a special place in Heaven for you among the angels.
With love of love and great memories. You will be missed.