Lisa Gayle Wiley

November 24, 1961July 29, 2019

Lisa Gayle Wiley, age 57, of Kaufman, Texas passed away on Monday July 29, 2019. Lisa was born November 24, 1961 in San Benito, Texas to Don and Jo Miller.

Lisa graduated high school and later went to UNT to complete her Bachelors degree in Education, after that she attended Lamar University where she completed her Masters degree in Education Administration. Lisa was a teacher for most of her career and taught at many different schools and working with many different grades. She also received multiple "Teacher of the year" awards but most importantly received the "best mom award" from her children. Lisa will be most remembered by her love for her family and friends, riding horses and rescuing animals. Lisa was a faithful member of Faith Baptist Church for many years.

She is preceded in death by her parents Don and Jo Miller.

Those left with cherished memories are her loving husband James Wiley, daughter Brooke and husband Luke Morrier; son Rex Bowers; three sisters: Becky Miller, Patty Johnson, Ann Brett and her beloved Chihuahua, Bebe; grandmother in law Marie Wiley, mother and father in law Van and Judy Wiley; numerous nieces, nephews and other beloved family and friends who will miss her dearly.

A memorial service for Lisa will be held Friday, August 2, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Faith Baptist Church, 6013 FM 429, Kaufman, Texas 75142.

Contributions in Lisa's memory may be made to the Go Fund Me Page, or Faith Baptist Church, Kaufman, Texas

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Wiley family.


  • Memorial Service Friday, August 2, 2019


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Becky Prell

August 2, 2019

I met Lisa at the animal rescue. She was such a kind loving person. I am so sorry for your loss. I believe she is now helping out at the rainbow bridge part of heaven.

Rita Scott

July 31, 2019

Brooke & Rex,
I have fond memories of your mom from the years together at Poetry Baptist Church. May God wrap His arms around you and give you strength, peace and comfort.
With my deepest sympathy,
Rita Scott