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Peggy Elaine Wiley
January 31, 1955 ~ December 30, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Ms. Peggy Elaine Wiley, 68, of 207 Duvall Way, Anderson, SC, departed this life on December 30, 2023. She was born January 31, 1955, to the late J.H. Wiley and Catherine Gaines Wiley of Anderson, SC.
Peggy joined St. Paul Baptist Church at an early age. She sang with the St. Paul Gospeliers. She was one of the lead singers and was spiritually raised and taught by the late Reverend James O. Rich. She also participated in Vacation Bible School.
Peggy attended Perry Elementary School and graduated from Westside High School in 1973. She attended Spartanburg Methodist College and graduated with a Liberal Arts Degree in 1976. She went on to attend and graduate from Tri-County Technical College in Early Childhood Education. Peggy enrolled in picture framing at TCTC as well. She also attended Central Wesleyan College (now Southern Wesleyan University). Peggy was employed with Belk of Anderson in the Children’s Department for 12 years. After leaving Belk, she started her own business, Culturally Yours Unlimited, along with a framing business. Peggy enjoyed traveling. Her favorite destination was Honolulu, Hawaii.
Peggy was preceded in death by her parents, J.H. and Catherine Wiley; one sister, Mary Ann McCrery, and a special friend and fiancé, Michael Rapley. She is survived by three sisters, Catherine Annette Wiley, Priscilla Wiley Martin, and Essie (Eugene) Moore; three brothers, Harvey Sylvester, Timothy and Thurmond Wiley.