Kim Marie Wiley, 61, of South Sioux City, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 20, 2022 at MercyOne Hospital in Sioux City. Kim’s wish was to be cremated, and her family is planning a Celebration of Life, date and location pending at this time. Mohr & Becker-Hunt Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.
Kim was born on August 31, 1961 at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital in Spirit Lake, Iowa. She graduated from Laurens-Marathon High School in 1979. She then went on to graduate from Iowa Lakes Community College’s Nursing Program as an LPN in 1988.
She married Don North, and the two were married for a time before they separated.
Over the years, Kim spent time living in Syracuse, NY, Laurens, IA, Storm Lake, IA, Minneapolis, MN, and Sioux City.
She was a nurse for over 40 years, and worked in many different areas. She loved her job and treated her patients and residents with kindness. She always went above and beyond to help with their needs and make them comfortable. It was her true passion in life to be able to help others.
Kim was a member of the Methodist Church in Laurens.
In her free time, Kim loved camping, bonfires, and being outside; gardening; going to Fat Far tube float every year. She enjoyed bowling, darts, snooker, and arts and crafts.
She is survived by her son, Jamie Wiley (Nicole) of Laurens, IA; sister, Brenda Ahler of Laurens, IA; brother, Randy Wiley (Sue Schwarte) of Storm Lake, IA; brother, Mike Wiley (Kathy) of Laurens, IA; sister, Patti Lane of Sioux City; sister, Cynthia Lane-Johansen; beloved granddaughter, Madeline Klang-Wiley of Minneapolis, MN; four grandsons: Dylan Gerdes, Noah Vickery, Tyler Vickery, and Jericho Vickery; 12 nieces and nephews; many cousins and beloved friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; Karen and Wayne Lane; grandparents: Hubert and Betty Wiley; grandparents: Frank and Florence Lane; nephews: Bryce Wiley and Jaxon Hunter; grandson, Austin Vickery.
Memorial donations can be sent to her brother, Mike Wiley, at P.O. Box 1, Laurens, IA 50554.