Sharla Wiser-Neidig

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Sharla Wiser-Neidig

November 30, 2018

Sharla Wiser-Neidig Sharla Wiser-Neidig, 45, of Edmond, Okla., passed away Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 at Mercy Hospital.
Mrs. Wiser-Neidig grew up in Noble, Okla. and earned a bachelors and a masters degree from the University of Oklahoma. She loved coffee and started each day with an iced coffee latte. She turned her coffee passion into a career as a regional sales manager for Henderson Coffee of Muskogee and Ronnoco of St. Louis.
Sharla never met a stranger, charmed her friends with quick wit and always interjected sarcasm into every conversation. She loved her daughter, Addison, with all her being.
In addition to her daughter, Sharla is survived by her husband, Derek; father, Ron; and mother, Sharon; as well as stepmother, Mary. She is also survived by brother, Chris; nephews Sam and Milo; and sister-in-law, Emily as well as many other family and a vast network of friends.
Services will be 10 a.m., Friday, Dec. 7, 2018 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Edmond, OK.
Published on December 3, 2018
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Christa Woolsey
Dec 05, 2018
Wonder if she will be roller skating in heaven like our 7th grade talent show? This is how I will always remember Sharla Faye... Funny, doing her own thing, SO supportive, loving, and a best friend to everyone.

We will never say Goodbye, but see you later!! Love and (((Hugs))) to all the Family and Friends!
Amanda
Dec 05, 2018
I just read Holly's post and it is so true...heaven has no idea they just let in one of the funniest people ever. I just had a conversation with a friend who said she's with God now where we all are trying to be, and I said no doubt she's making him laugh. We will all remember her humor and sharp quick wit. She was so smart. Her memory will last forever and addison will know how awesome her mama was because there are so many stories. We will miss you sharla.
Holly (Frank) Salazar
Dec 03, 2018
One of the most influential people I met throughout my life. An amazing friend and confidant who helped me get through those crazy teenage years. When I share stories of my youth with Jack, your name is always in the mix.
Heaven has no idea who they just let in, keep them laughing!