Justin Wiley passed away suddenly on Tuesday, December 28, 2021 at the age of 31.
He was the son of Sara and Dana Wiley. Justin was the beloved husband of Nora Wiley and the most devoted father of Rita and George Wiley. He was the brother of Nicole Salzberg and her husband Joseph; Alex Wiley and his wife Leah; Noah, Dylan, and Ethan Wiley. Grandson of Robert Lutes and the late Camille Lutes; the late Henry James Wiley; and the late Miguel and Rosa Jimenez. Uncle of Addison, Carly, and Ella Salzberg. Son in-law of Kenneth and Diane Webster, and brother in-law of Margaret Webster and her partner Michael Larkin.
Justin had an indescribable quality about him that lit up every room he walked into. You never saw him without a huge smile on his face or cracking a joke to make everyone else around him smile as well. He exuded joy in everything he did. He saw the good in everyone and had a way of making you feel at home when you were in his presence.
Justin was so full of life and found incredible joy in his many passions, especially sharing them with those he loved. He enjoyed fishing, taking trips to the Florida Keys, grilling on his smoker, playing the guitar, watching University of Miami Canes football, trying out new craft breweries, playing videogames, hiking, and so much more.
Justin’s extreme love for his children, his wife, his family, and friends was undeniable. It made him so happy to have his whole family together. Whether it was watching and quoting their favorite movies, or just hanging out in the kitchen; he could never get enough family time. Justin’s outgoing personality and kind heart had a way of turning friends into family.
The love Justin and his wife, Nora, shared is one most people dream about. They were each other’s first loves and soulmates. Two people from very different places, who somehow crossed paths and never let each other go. Justin never missed an opportunity to tell Nora how much he loved her.
Justin’s true calling in life was to be a dad. When Justin became a “Dada” he was the happiest person lol in the whole world. He spoke about his children with so much pride and happiness. Sharing his passions with them brought him the most joy. He put every ounce of himself into being the greatest father in the world and he truly was the greatest. When his daughter, Rita was born, they were best friends from the moment they laid eyes on each other. Cooking, fishing, and swimming were just a few of the things you could often find them doing together with big smiles and infectious laughter. Justin was so proud when he became a Dada again to his son George. He loved his little twin and loved to include him in everything he was doing. The smiles they shared together were so pure. Justin’s children were the light of his life and he was the light of theirs, as well.
The memories and love we all shared with Justin are our greatest treasures. He left his mark on all of us, in all of our hearts. There was no limit to Justin’s love and kindness. To honor him, spread kindness and joy and raise a nice cold stout. We love you, Justin.
The funeral procession began from the John Everett & Sons Funeral Home, 4 Park Street, Natick Common, on Wednesday January 5, 2022 at 9:00 AM. A Funeral Mass was celebrated in St. Patrick’s Church, 44 East Central Street (Rt. 135) Natick at 10:00 AM. Burial was be private. Visiting hours were held in the funeral home on Tuesday January 4, 2022 from 4:00-8:00 PM.
A memorial service took place in Florida on Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 3pm at Rio Vista Community Church, 614 SE 9th Street Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Justin’s boundless love was shared with all of God’s creatures and he was always the first to stop and rescue an animal in need. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Justin’s memory to your local animal shelter or wildlife care center.
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