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Joan P. Kiley (Dooley)

Joan P. Kiley of Hatboro died Saturday, April 25, 2020 at Holy Redeemer Hospital surrounded by her loving family. She was 88.

Joan was the beloved wife of the late Edward J. Kiley.

Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary McQuilliam Dooley.

Joan was a long time resident of Holland before moving to Lady Lakes Village, Florida. She eventually moved to Hatboro where she has resided since 2015. She was a woman who professed her deep Catholic faith and devotion to her dear Lord. In her leisure time, she played golf in Florida and enjoyed reading and crossword puzzles. Joan’s true passion in her life was her family. She took true joy in her children’s, grandchildren’s and great grandchildren’s accomplishments and was equally proud of all. Joan will be deeply missed by her family and by all who came to know and love her.

Joan is survived by her children; Susan Kiley and her husband Wayne Paul of Destin, FL, Edward J. Kiley Jr and his wife Ingrid of Ringoes, NJ Christina Fonash and her husband Joseph of Furlong, NJ, Stephen Kiley and his wife Donna of Flemington, NJ, Maureen Heinig and her husband James of North Wales and Lisa Stephens and her husband Edward of North Wales. She is also survived by her 2 sisters Margie Brolly and her husband John of West Chester and Katherine Scullin of Hatboro, her cherished 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren along with her sister-in-law Carol Dooley of Hatboro.

Future services for Joan will be announced at later date in time. For continued updates or to leave expressions of condolence, please refer to www.fluehr.com.

If so desired, please consider a contribution in Joan’s memory to a charity of a donor’s choice.

 

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