Floyd (Skeg) Wiley passed away October 27, 2018 at the Butterfly Home in Billings, MT.  He was born September 8, 1919 in Whitetail, MT and lived much of his life in Whitetail and Scobey.  He married Joyce Johnson in 1941 and they had four children: Gary, Kay, Wanda, and Kim (Huck).  He was preceded in death by Gary and Huck, due to muscular dystrophy, Joyce and 10 siblings, and son-in-law L. Schlosser. He is survived by a brother, Pete Wiley of Salem, OR; daughters Kay Garner (Clarence Robinson) of Billings and Wanda Schlosser of Helena; grandson Jason Trang and great grandsons Gunnar and Gannon Trang, all of Billings, and many nieces and nephews.  Skeg was married to Nivea from Puerto Rico in 1982 and they moved to Florida.  They raised a step grandson, Sean Michael, of whom Skeg was very proud.  They divorced in 2009 and he moved back to Billings.  He lived independently and loved spending time with friends and relatives, and then he moved to the Butterfly Home two years ago.  He had excellent care there by the staff and also from his primary care team at the VA.  During his lifetime he worked in construction on the Fort Peck Dam, owned and operated a coal mine East of Whitetail with his horse “Ole Red”, and owned and operated Wiley Construction Co., building American grain bins and  general construction including houses.  He served in the Navy during World War II as a carpenter and deep sea diver and welder.  Skeg will be remembered for his great sense of humor, his honesty, integrity, generosity, and compassion. There will be a memorial service for Skeg at 10 A.M. on Friday, November 2 with full military honors at Heights Family Funeral Home.  He will be interred in the Scobey Cemetery next summer.  Memorials may be made in his name to the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch of Billings.