Sally C. Wylie, longtime resident of Carmel, Calif., passed away Jan. 21, 2013, after battling cancer for two years. Born in Rockland on Jan. 5, 1935, she was the daughter of Walter Seymour Cameron and Evelyn Perry Cameron. Sally attended schools in Rockland until the age of 14, when she moved to Norwalk, Calif., with her family in the summer of 1949.

Sally married Clayton Russell Wylie in 1952. After college, "Russ" completed Navy flight training in 1957 and Sally lived as a Navy pilot's wife, raising two daughters Cathy and Laura. In the 1970s, she followed her heart to the Big Sur coast and eventually to Carmel working in the hospitality industry and spending time with her daughters and their families who were living in that area. Sally was a happy, loving mother and grandmother. She greatly enjoyed knitting, arts and crafts and local history. Being a "Granny" was her joy and delight.

She was predeceased by her parents, sister Diane Cameron Paul and her husband Richard Paul of Camden. She is survived by brother Clifford Cameron and his wife Betty of Camden and sister Susan Cameron of Orange, Calif. In Carmel, she is survived by daughters Cathy Wylie Little and her husband Ken, Laura Wylie Jensen and her husband Dru, grandsons Cameron and Jessie, granddaughters Eliza and Kenna and a great-grandaughter Tenaya. Also many nieces and nephews in New England and California.

Many thanks to the Carmel Foundation and the residents of Trevett Court for their kindness and support during her final years. She will be greatly missed.