John-Wise-Obituary

John Keith Wise

Obituary

JOHN KEITH WISE John Keith Wise, 53, died Feb. 18, 2006 at Vancouver, WA. He was born Jan. 16, 1953 at Roswell, NM. A Clark County resident since 1987, he worked as a Legal Secretary. He is preceded in death by one brother. He is survived by wife, Pam; father, Donald; daughters, Lisa, Amber and Melinda; sons, Adam, John Jr. and Brian; two sisters and 13 grandchildren. Memorial Services Wed., Feb. 22, 2006 at 1:30 pm at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 9728 NW 50th Ave., Vancouver.


Previously published in the Vancouver Columbian

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Thank you so much for all you help in opening this back up. This is a real delight to the whole family. I hope all get to see this site that want to see it.

John Jr

I didn't know John or his family. He had created a website honoring his father Donald which became defunct some time ago. I recently purchased the domain name he had used for it, and realized it may have had to do with military. So after some extensive research, I was able to restore the website that John had created in it's entirety. My father was in WWII as well, and I didn't want Johns tribute to his father to be forgotten. The website can be viewed at www.50missions.com and I hope this...

I considered John one of my very special friends. I had the pleasure of working with John for the entire time that he worked for the Prosecutor's Office. He was a very wonderful man and brought joy to every one he worked with. John had that wonderful ability to make friends with every one he met. I shall always miss John very deeply. He was a wonderful teacher on so many subjects and could entertain us for hours at a time when we weren't working. Truly a marvelous human being and a...

John was alway genuine. I called him my friend because he was. I miss his friendship, laughter, and warmth.

Peggy Cresswell and I both worked with John at the Prosecutor's Office - how he stood working with three woman in that tight environment was amazing. He was always patient and helpful, truly a gentleman It doesn't seem possible that he will not be there when we visit the office. (We are both retired) He was truly a nice man and we will not ever forget him.

Helen Johnson and Peggy Cresswell

I miss you Johnny!

Proof there was hardly a serious moment.

John on his favorite trip with son Brian driving the alaskan hwy and making his goal of reaching the artic circle

John in canada