STEPHEN WISEMILLER
1956 - 2017
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STEPHEN LEE WISEMILLER (Age 60)  
Of Falls Church, VA passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 3, 2017. Beloved husband of 16 years to Sherry Morgan Wisemiller. He is survived by his dear mother, Mary Theresa Wisemiller; brother, Barry James Wisemiller; sisters, Mitzie (Glenn) Larsen and Joanne (Rick) Gentry; nieces and nephews, Michael Gentry, Lauren Wisemiller Assefa, Meghan Larsen, Danielle Wisemiller, Madison Larsen, Connor Larsen, Bryce Gentry, Kaylee Gentry, Eli Wisemiller, Dean Wisemiller; and great-niece Quinn Gentry. Steve is preceded in death by his father, Eugene Wisemiller and his sister, Jeannie Wisemiller. Born in Washington, DC, Steve was a Real Estate Agent who faithfully served the communities of Northern Virginia to include Arlington, Falls Church and McLean. Friends may call to Murphy Funeral Home of Falls Church, 1102 W. Broad St. (Rt. 7), on Thursday, August 10, 2017 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at St. James Catholic Church, 103 N. Spring Street, Falls Church, VA 22046, on Friday, August 11, 2017 at 1 p.m. Interment will follow at Oakwood Cemetery.

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Published in The Washington Post from Aug. 8 to Aug. 11, 2017.
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August 23, 2017
My deepest condolences to Steve's family. Steve was a great asset to local real estate and he will be missed by all.
Jane Jensen
August 18, 2017
Steve was a good friend and great Realtor and one of the nicest people that I have ever met. I can hear his
chuckle clearly as I write this and was shocked to read of his passing and only get the news after the burial.
To his wife and family- you know that you lucky to have been blessed with Steve in your lives. I graduated from
Georgetown 53 years ago and of course needed and patronized Wisemiller's Deli and when I first met Steve immediately asked and he said- that was the family business and from there on- we were good friends. I will continue to remember him and you in my prayers but I know that he is in a better place and let me say that he was a role model for our industry and always nice and pleasant and professional even under the pressure
and competition that often exists in our line of work. Sleep peacefully Steve- we will always miss you and your
smile and good humor. In sincere sympathy- Jim
Jim Robinson
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August 11, 2017
My condolences to Steve's family. I always enjoyed talking to him at Broker Opens.
Sally Webster
August 10, 2017
I am so sad to hear of the loss of Steve. He was such a
pleasure to deal with in real estate transactions. A very
nice person and I am thinking of him at this sad time.
Susan Miller of Falls Church
Susan Miller
August 10, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. RIP my old friend.
Sam McDermott
August 10, 2017
Steve words cannot express my respect for you and all the kind& fair advice you offered when I was always dealing with that one difficult customer. Many a laugh shared sitting in the back of the office.Figuring out real estate.Always you got it.Always a solution rather than a problem.I feel lucky to have worked with you and a handful of other decent humans back in the 2000's and later in 2016.Your compassion for your family and others will surly be missed. Rest easy my friend.
Paula Atkins
August 10, 2017
Our sincere condolences to Sherry and all family members on the loss of a wonderful human being, and we were fortunate to have been able to call Steve our friend as well.

Dave Warren and Charmane Ahmed
Charmane Ahmed
August 10, 2017
Our sincere condolences to Sherry and all family members on the loss of a wonderful human being, and we were fortunate to have been able to call Steve our friend as well.

Dave Warren and Charmane Ahmed
Charmane Ahmed
August 10, 2017
R.I.P., my old friend.
Bill Burson
August 9, 2017
To my beloved cousin, Steve, you were such a great young man who always saw good in everything. You were always smiling and laughing and telling jokes but also very thoughtful. We're all going to miss you and remember you fondly. God bless.
Brian Madden
August 9, 2017
What a year it's been! Our deepest condolences to Sherry, Mit, Barry, Joanne, Tee and the rest of the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.
Puddy Larsen
August 8, 2017
Steve will be greatly missed. He was a wonderful person and a friend to many.

Ye been the salt of the erthe and the savour -Chaucer's "Summoner's Tale"
Jessica MacNair
August 8, 2017
Rest in Peace Steve, you have left us too soon and will be greatly missed. What a great friend since middle school, you always tried to make everyone feel welcomed and have fun with that great since of humor. Many prayers and condolences to Sherry, Theresa , and the rest of the Wisemiller family.
Larry and Laura Fairman
August 8, 2017
Rest in peace sweet friend. You left us all too soon. In the short time I knew you I could tell you were special.
Susan Precht
August 8, 2017
Sending love and prayers to Steve's wife and family. Steve was one of the nicest men I have ever know. He was trustworthy, kink and caring to all. He will be missed.
Carole Schweitzer
August 8, 2017
Oh Steve my Friend u will b missed but u left a lot of great Memories. I know u r sitting at the right Hand. God Bless U Steve
Robert Hunter
August 8, 2017
What a life "Well Lived!" I consider it a privilege to have worked with Steve for many years. He was a true friend and always willing to help and lend a hand. I will miss him and that twinkle in his eyes. May God wrap His loving arms around you, Sherry, and the Wisemiller family at this time of sorrow. "Well Done, Steve!"
Sally Kramer
August 8, 2017
My condolences to Sherry and the family. Steve was a great Realtor and an amazing person. He was always smiling.
Crystal Jalali
August 7, 2017
God bless you Steve and many prayers of healing for Sherry and the entire Wisemiller family. Some of my earliest childhood memories are of spending time together with you and Barry at the Georgetown house. Rest in peace my dear cousin.
Shawn Fitzmaurice
August 7, 2017
Steve was our realtor in 2007 and quickly became our good friend. When he asked about our son he'd say "how's my little buddy?" We felt like he was part of our extended family even though he wasn't. What an exceptionally kind, exceptionally giving, just plain exceptional person he was. Sherry, we were lucky to meet you at an open house, I believe last summer. We had heard many good words about you from Steve. Our hearts are breaking for you, and you will truly be in our prayers as well as the rest of his family who he obviously loved so much.
Tucker, Julie, and Cole Kleitsch
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