Noble J. Wiley III “Jim”, 75, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel died May 10, 2013, while peacefully resting at his home in Fairfax, VA after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease. Jim was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the Army in 1960 after graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He served 22 years in the Army including two tours in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot. In 1975, Jim’s final assignment with the Army brought him and his family to Fairfax. After retiring from the military in 1982, he continued his career with EDS in Northern Virginia. Jim was an avid golfer, enjoyed traveling and loved cheering on his children during sporting events and in their personal pursuits. Jim loved his family and service to his country. We walk for Jim as Wiley’s Warriors!
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