A funeral service was held at 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 18 from Wilkes Chapel United Methodist Church with the Revs. Ronnie Caulder, Larry Melton and Matt Rucker officiating. Burial followed in Wilkes Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery.
E-condolences may be left at bpafuneralhome.com.
Born in Kershaw County, Mrs. Wiles was a daughter of the late Lawrence and Florence Douglass Warren, and was the widow of Jesse Malone Wilkes. She was a member of Wilkes Chapel United Methodist Church.
Surviving are five sons, Jessie “Boker” (Lou Ann) Wilkes Jr. and James “Tot” (Charlotte) Wilkes, Jerry (Abigail) Wilkes and Lawrence “Pete” (Buffy) Wilkes of Hartsville, and Gene (Deena) Wilkes of McBee; two daughters, Mary Lou Hancock and Frances (Steve) McKenzie of Hartsville; a sister, Rosie Lee (Paul) Hostetler of Sumter; 13 grandchildren, Jeannie Hause, Richard Hancock, Crystal Jordan, Joseph Andrew “Andy” Hancock, Chris Wilkes, Stevie McKenzie, Jeffrey Wilkes, Jamie Wilkes, Heather Howell, Joy Booher, Pamela Dawn Wilkes, Dan Wilkes and Preston Wilkes; seven great-grandchildren, Josh Wilkes, Kaley Wilkes, Courtney Wilkes, Celeste Wilkes, Makayla Booher, Braxton Wilkes and Noah Hause.
Arrangements were entrusted to Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home.