Wiley's passion for youth remembered
“For the kids he wasn't easy going to where you could pull something over on him. There was some strictness to him.”
The Rev. Ralph Wiley was a father figure to many during his years as pastor at First Church of the Brethren, then as chaplain at Marion Correctional Institution and as advisor for the Ambassadors for Christ ... via Marion Star
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#1 Mar 4, 2008
What a unique and understanding person. It is hard to believe all he contributed to society. I know nothing about what he did in the prisons, but I am sure it was good. I do know what good he did for many children and he was a wonderful person he was.
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