Joyce \nWigton, 86, of Butler passed away Sunday at 1:00 \np.m. at the Sunnyview Nursing & Rehabilitation \nCenter on January 13, 2019.\n\nShe was born on October 31, 1932 in New Castle, PA \nto the late Hugh Smith and Jesselyn Smith. \n\nMrs. Wigton was a member of the North Main Street \nChurch of God. She was a graduate of Butler High \nSchool Class of 1951. She was an active member of \nthe reunion committee for more than 50 years.\n\nShe was past president of the GFWC Intermediate \nLeague of Butler. Joyce loved music and was a very \ngood dancer. She loved dogs, especially German \nShepherds. Joyce enjoyed having family picnics. The \nfamily bought a cottage on the Allegheny River in \nWarren County in 1980 and spent a lot of time there.\n\n\nJoyce was inducted in the PA Voter Hall of Fame for \nhaving voted consecutively at every November \nelection for the last 50 years in 2011.\n\nJoyce was the store cashier at Sears for 30 years.\n\nJoyce is survived by her husband, James Wigton and \ntwo sons- Richard of Mechanicsburg, PA and Timothy \nof Butler, PA. two grandchildren, Timothy Jr. and \nNicole and a great grandchild Kaylee.\n\nIn addition, to her parents, she was preceded in \ndeath by her sister, Bette McAnany and two brothers \n- Stan Hugh Smith and Bill Archibald Smith.\n\nFriends will be received Wednesday, January 16, 2019 \nfrom 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc,. 124 East North Street, Butler, \nPA 16001.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Thursday, January \n17, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at Thompson-Miller Funeral \nHome, with Reverend Gordon Powell, officiating.\n\nPrivate burial will be held at Butler County \nMemorial Park.