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Wiley, Douglas
Douglas Allen Wiley of Scottsdale, Arizona passed away suddenly on September 27, 2016 at the age of 59. Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Doug has made his home in Arizona since attending Northern Arizona University from which he received a B.S. in Biology. Doug is survived by his loving wife Joy Annette (Bayly) Wiley and his beloved daughter Nicole Marie Wiley. He is the son of George (Millie) Wiley of Irvington, VA and is pre-deceased by his mother Irma Siler; he is survived by Frank Siler of Port Ludlow, WA. He is also survived by his brother Matt Wiley (Elizabeth) with Reid, Elsa and Claire of Newport Beach, CA; sisters Leslie Wiley and her son Mac of Gainesville, FL and Tina Hohl (Gus) of Janesville, WI with daughters Amy Crawford and Kristy Hackett. He will be dearly missed by his in-laws: Kay and Joe Bayly of Pittsburgh, PA; sisters and brothers in-law Mary (Craig ) Skevington of Saratoga Springs, NY with Christina, Melissa and Jennifer; Bonnie Bayly of Pensacola, FL; Carol (Jeff) O'Keefe with Dan and Shannon of West Hartford, CT and Greg Bayly of Pittsburgh, PA. He was very passionate about his work and his customers as the owner of PEST, Inc with a longstanding twenty-year plus client base of friends and colleagues. oug was an Eagle Boy Scout who loved nature, camping, hiking, boating, and sailing in tropical locations, particularly the British Virgin Islands. Happiest when surrounded by friends and family, he will be long remembered for his generous spirit, welcoming hospitality, and infectious sense of humor. The garage door was always open, an evening couldn't end without a fire (even in August), the grill was always cooking, and no-one was ever a stranger. He will be deeply missed by a wide circle of friends who also mean the world to his family. Most importantly, he was devoted to his daughter Nicole; she was the center of his universe. They shared a passion for humor and wit, and have countless memories together. There will be a private family celebration of his life.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Oct. 2, 2016
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