Wiley Asberry
1926 - 2021
Little's Funeral Home
34 Maple Avenue
Littlestown, PA
On June 4th, Wiley E. Asberry, devoted husband, father and friend to many, passed peacefully at The Brethren Home with his daughter, Mary Ellen, and son, Joseph, at his side. Wiley is also survived by his granddaughter, Ashley and his great granddaughter Chyna, and dear friend, Linda Lenhardt. Wiley was predeceased by his loving wife of 49 years, Ann, and his son, John. Born in Marion, VA on October 31 1926, he moved to Baltimore in 1944 and joined the U.S. Army, serving in Japan from 1944 to 1946. Wiley married Ann Rogan in 1953, raised a family in Yale Heights and was employed at General Motors in Baltimore. After 40 years of service to GM, Wiley retired and moved to Littlestown with his wife in 1987. Wiley enjoyed may visits to the Fraternal Order of Eagles club in Littlestown with many friends.
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Published by Carroll County Times on Jun. 8, 2021.
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Uncle Wiley, I remember when we were little we used come over to your house and play with Johnny and Joey and MaryEllen in the basement and outside, and I used to come over and spend the weekend and you would be working on your tapes in the dining room. Let's not forget the cherry tobbaco I loved buying you for your pipe, I loved spending time there, it felt like home away from home. I am going to miss you dearly but I have you and all the memories tucked down in my heart. Tell Aunt Ann and Johnny I love them. I love you ❤
Sharon Comer
June 9, 2021
My deepest condolences to Mr. Asberry’s family and friends ❤
Thank you for your dedicated service Sir and your love and devotion to your family! May you rest in eternal peace
Sheri Reedy
June 7, 2021
To Mary and Family! I’m so very sorry about the loss of your Dad! My heart breaks but I know he is in a much better place with your mom and doing what he loves to do. I’m honored that you trusted me to care for him when I was an attendant where he was living. He left a tender spot in my heart and I will never forget his jokes and his gestures he used to make. He will be missed and never forgotten ❤ RIP Wiley ❤
Deb Gallimore
June 6, 2021
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