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Shealy Wiles

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Shealy Aull Wiles, Jr, age 76, of Nashua, IA passed away on December 3rd, 2017 at Covenant Medical Center in Waterloo surrounded by his family. Friends may greet the family 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Friday, December 8, 2017, at Hugeback Johnson - Olson Chapel in Nashua where there will be a 6:30 p.m. Memorial Service following the visitation. Shealy was born on February 4th 1941 to Shealy Aull Wiles, Sr. and Lilly Virginia (Krept) Wiles in Winnsboro, South Carolina where he grew up to “cause trouble” with his sister Julia. After graduating from Military School, Shealy entered the Air Force and shortly after training, was shipped off to France. In 1974, he was married to Diana Kay Dann and the two had five children together. Shealy enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and always welcomed visitors. He loved to cook and was always smiling. He had the kind of laugh that was contagious and had a way to him that lit up the room. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his three sisters, Martha Nan Boulware of West Columbia, SC, Patricia (Jack) Mayo of Chapin, SC, Julia Yarborough of Winnsboro, SC; three daughters, Shelia Jepsen of Charles City, IA, Deanna Wiles of Nashua, IA, Danielle (Thad Smith) Wiles of Cedar, IA;one son Samuel Wiles of Fort Dodge, IA; nine grandchildren. Shealy was preceded in death by both of his parents, his sister Doris Leitner of Winnsboro, SC and his daughter Selena Kay Wiles.

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  1. Fly high Shealy
    I will treasure our working memories @ The Townhouse & of outside of our employment. RIP
    Cindy Sue & my J Crew

  2. I will miss seeing Shealy around town. He always said “How ya doing girl?” Will miss his smile & laughter.

  3. Oh shealy, now you are with your good friends that have gone before you, I always enjoyed talking with you when I always had the good fortune of running into you, you was a great man and had lots of tales to tell and I enjoyed hearing them, may you rest in peace.

  4. Shealy OMGOODNESS do I have a LOT of memories with you, we were sister & brother in law back in the late 70’s — 80’s that’s where it all started! Now one of my favorite memories is the “LITTLE PIGGY ” song I would play just to irritate you !!! You literally wanted to wring my neck!!! I’m so glad we ran into each other at fareway the first of the year, RIP Shealy tell TOM I MISS HIM!!!

  5. Once you met Shealy you never forgot him. He was so many things and friend to all. My heart goes out to his family. He will be missed. Prayers to his family at this time of loss.

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