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N. Joanne (Miller) Wiley

Joanne Wiley

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N. Joanne (Miller) Wiley

On December 23, 2021, N. Joanne (Miller) Wiley, 61, of East Pennsboro Township, passed away suddenly at UPMC Pinnacle West Shore.

Daughter of the late Paul and Norma Miller of Enola, PA.

Joanne is survived by her husband Harold Wiley, Jr.: step-daughter Kelsi Graff, husband Buck, and their two sons Oliver and Garrett; brother Donald Miller: nieces; Joy Johnson and Missy Frick; step-sister Barbara McCormick-Mejias, husband Ray, and their son Jerry; aunt Shirley Dolson of St Petersburg, FL, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins throughout the country.

Joanne graduated from East Pennsboro High School in 1978. She was an avid swimmer and band front member for East Pennsboro High School marching band.

Joanne was an employee of the Capital Area Intermediate Unit for 27 ½ years. Joanne then operated Construxx Inc. a plumbing business, with her husband Harold Wiley.

Joanne was a loving and caring woman who will always be remembered for her smile and kindness to others. She loved her animals, especially her two cocker spaniels Gibbs and Zeva, gardening, and trips to the beach. Joanne also enjoyed spending time with her loved ones, notably, her dear friend Suzanne Ersoz; and playing with her grandsons, and her many adopted nieces, nephews, and grandchildren.

Visitation will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022 from 10AM-12PM at the Sullivan Funeral Home, 51 N. Enola Dr., Enola, PA 17025.  A Scripture Service will be held on Friday at 12PM.

Joanne’s final act of kindness was to give the gift of life through organ and tissue donation. The family asks that donations be made in memory of Joanne to: Gift of Life Donor Program and/or the Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association (CATRA) to help people from all generations with various needs to establish an atmosphere of support, respect, and health

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Wiley family.

4 comments on “N. Joanne (Miller) Wiley”

  1. Mrs. Jo, I will forever remember our last conversation. We talked for an hour, laughing and making plans for dinner. I had no idea that would be the last time I would speak to you. Had I known, I would have told you that you ARE one of the most incredible people I’ve ever met. I want to thank you for everything you have done for me and my family. I will truly, TRULY miss you!

  2. The 1st we met Harold lived next door, I fixed A old Honda 50 and was test riding it when I popped a wheelie the throttle came off the handlebar, stuck wide open I was trying to keep up with it and ended up tangled up and the handlebars took my shorts to my ankles at the same time when Harold and Joanne pulled in. and that was the first not so flattering time we met.

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