Katelyn Marie Wiseman

katelyn wiseman

September 27, 1993 ~ June 20, 2004

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Katelyn Marie Wiseman, 10, born September 27, 1993, in Denver Colorado, left this earth for Angel Flight School, June 20, 2004. Survived by her parents, Joseph and Judith Wiseman; brother, Lane Joseph Wiseman, all of Pueblo West; grandparents, Ellis and Louise Wiseman and Mary Grace Barela; aunts and uncles, Madeline and Jim Santos, Lucille and Jim Garbiso, Cindy and Richard Annett, Andy and Tracey Barela, Diana Barnes, Pat Wiseman, Mike Wiseman, Chris and Lisa Wiseman, Lori and Ken Brumbaugh and Anthony Wiseman; and all of her many loving cousins. Also survived by her loving nurses, Silena Foley, Annabell Flores and Melissa Kochen; and her special teacher, Shea Atilano. Preceded in death by her grandfather 'Poppie' Rudy Barela and special uncles Tony Barela and Greg Bono. Private viewing only. Funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 2004, at Fellowship of the Rockies, 3892 W. Northern, with Pastor Dale Schmidt, Reverend George White, Reverend Fr. John Farley and Pastor Keith Colvin officiating. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Children are so precious, my heart goes out to you Joe and your family. I remember reading about Katelyn in the newpsaper on-line a few years ago. She seemed like a very brave young lady.
    May God Bless and help your family in this time of need.

  2. Judy & Joe, Greg and I want to let you know we’ve been thinking of you. We’re sorry we were unable to attend Katie’s services and give you our condolences personally. We feel bad that we’ve lost touch with both of you. If you want, give us a call or stop by and visit.

  3. I was so sorry to hear about Katie she was a spical little girl and I know how hard this is on you both.
    Sorry I could not go to reception had another appointment. Let me hear from you. Love and miss you all

  4. Dear Judy, Joe & Lane,
    I wish I could of made it down to Pueblo today to be with you and your family. You and Katie have been on my mind alot lately. I pray that God gives you peace and understanding through your time of sorrow. Although you will miss her dearly, she is in heaven and has no more pain and suffering. May God bless you and your family.

    Judy, if you need someone to talk to, I am here. Give me a call if you need to talk or if you are in Denver. (303)438-9521

    I love you….

  5. Dear Judy, Joe, and Lane,

    I will not be able to make it to Pueblo today, but I want to let you all know that you have been in my prayers often during the past month. I woke up at 3 a.m. yesterday and was wide awake thinking about you and asking God to bless you all with strength and peace in this difficult time. I know that you’ve been blessed with Katy and it must have been so difficult to say good-bye. She is now a little angel in heaven and she will always bless you with special memories that will comfort you the rest of your lives. Although I didn’t have the privilege of knowing Katy very well, she was often in my prayers. I also know that she was an extremely special person in so many people’s lives. I’m so very sorry for your loss and will continue to keep you all in my prayers.

    Judy, one of these days when I visit Pueblo, I would love to take you to lunch so we can visit. I do not have your phone numbers or an email address, so if you email them to me (lapodac@comcast.net), I will contact you in the near future. You are welcome to call me anytime and/or when you visit Denver and I’ll be happy to talk to you or even better, to see you. I can be reached on my cell phone at anytime (303-507-5963).

    May God Bless and Comfort You.


  6. Dear Judy and Joe, Gerry called last night to let us know about Katelyn. We just wanted you to know that our thoughts are with you.

  7. Dear Cindy and family,
    Even though we have not kept up with each other over the years I was sorry to see about the loss that your family has suffered. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.

  8. Dear Judy,
    I have thought about you and missed you over the past years. I received a call this morning from Tari letting me know of your loss and my heart grew heavy. I am sorry I didn’t get an opportunity to know Katelyn but looking at her picture I see her beauty and I’m sure she had your strong, caring spirit. You and Joe and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Love always,
    Dona (Berumen) Dalton



  10. The Rose Beyond The Wall
    by A.L. Fink

    Near shady wall a rose once grew, budded and blossomed in God’s free light,
    Watered and fed by morning dew, shedding its sweetness day and nght.

    As it grew and blossomed fair and tall, slowly rising to loftier height it came to a crevice in the wall through which there shone a beam of light.

    Onward it crept with added strength, with never a thought of fear or pride; it followed the light through the crevice-length and unfolded itself on the other side.

    The light, the dew, the broadening view, were found the same as they were before; and it lost itself in beauties new, breathing its fragrance more and more.

    Shall claim of death cause us to grieve and make our courage faint or fall? Nay, let us faith and hope receive; the rose still grows beyond the wall, scattering fragrance far and wide, just as it did in day of yore,
    just as it did on the other side
    just as it will forevermore.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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