Carol Wiley

Carol Wiley

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020
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Farmington - Carol J. Wiley, 76, of Wilton, died Wednesday morning at Orchard Park Nursing Care Center in Farmington. She was born in Sanford, ME, a daughter of Casey and Thelma Jones and was a graduate of Berwick High School. She continued her education at Maine Medical Center School of Nursing where she received her R. N. Certification. She was the Evening Supervisor at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington and later served as the Infection Control Practitioner at FMH for many years. With all of her knowledge, she was able to contribute to her community in many ways. She enjoyed camping, going to Super Bowls, making jewelry, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends. She also was a volunteer at Franklin Memorial Hospital and was a member of the First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ of Wilton and the Wilton Lions Club.
In 1974, she married Ken Wiley and they enjoyed 46 happy years together and who survives of Wilton; sons, Kevin McCurdy (Karen) and Ken McCurdy (Marci) all of Utah, Dan (Lori) Wiley of Westbrook, Joe (Sarah) Healey of KY, and daughter, Terri Karnopp (Stephen) of NH; brothers, Jim (Sill) Jones of Berwick and Rusty (Sharon) of IN; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews; She was predeceased by a sister, Jannie Jones.
Private family interment will be at the Maine Veteran's Memorial Cemetery, Civic Center Drive, Augusta. A Celebration of Life will be held when the limitations brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic are resolved. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly suggests that memorial donations in her memory be considered to the Wilton Lions Club Building Fund, PO Box 319, Wilton, ME 04924. Memories and photos may be shared in her book of memories at Cremation care and Life Celebration services are being cared for and provided by the Wiles Remembrance Center: Adams~McFarlane Chapel, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington.
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  • Celebration of Life

    Wilton Lions Den
    Main Street
    Wilton, Maine 04294
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    Rev. David Smith


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Sheri Farthing

Posted at 09:47am
Carol was a wonderful roommate and friend in nursing school and beyond. She was such fun to be with and share experiences.
Goodbye my friend. Rest in peace.

Jeanne Flottemesch

Posted at 04:31pm
Carol was a wonderful friend and colleague during the time I was lucky enough to work with her at Franklin Memorial. She had a caring heart for all around her. May memories of her beautiful self help Ken and all her family through this difficult time. I especially remember her lovely little kitty Abby who enjoyed camping with her “parents”.

Diane Theriault

Posted at 05:37pm
Carol was a wonderful nurse and colleague. It was a pleasure to know her and be with her at our State and national educational sessions in infection prevention and control.
She will be greatly missed.
My condolences to Ken and her family. Diane Theriault

Sheila Leavitt

Posted at 09:25am
I worked with Carol at FMH for several years. I learned a lot from Carol and feel blessed to have known and worked with her. Carol was observing in the OR when my son was born 28+ years ago and I believe that was the last time I saw her. My thoughts are with her family.

Gloria Carignan

Posted at 11:23pm
Sooo very sorry to read this..Carol was always a great lady and friend..what a loss to so many!! My sincerest condolences to all!!

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