The passing of Robert Lee Wiley, Jr., has called us together today.
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There is no death. An angel from Heaven walks over the earth with a silent
tread and bears our loved ones away, and we call them dead. The giver just
takes back His loved ones to Himself. They are forever near us, though unseen.
Robert Lee Wiley Jr., was born on August 19, 1968, in Augusta, GA, to the late
Robert Lee and Frances Paulette Wiley. He departed this life April 28, 2020.
Robert was converted at an early age and was a member of Fielding Spring
Baptist Church, under the pastorate of the late Reverend H. Mines.
He received his education through the Richmond and Miami-Dade County
Public School Systems. Robbie was an alumnus of Miami Northwestern High
School. He was very outgoing and loved life. With “Robbie”, there was never a
dull moment. He had a love for cooking and never feared new adventures. He
will always be remembered as “The Life of The Party!”
He leaves to mourn his passing: (as he loved to say) his “soulmate” of 30-
plus years, Tamela Humes; five sons, LeAndre Wiley Sr., Robert Wiley, Dion
Humes, Davon (Amanda), and Cedric Wiley; one stepson, Kyle Williams; one
daughter, Reyna Wiley; grandsons, LeAndre Wiley Jr., and Joshua Holmes; one
granddaughter, Carter Rey Wiley; two sisters, Patricia (Bennie) Holmes and
Lakisha Fields (Ronnie); three brothers, Corey Wiley, Alan (Alicia) Fields, and
Preceding him in death: his father, Robert Lee Wiley Sr., brother, McArthur
Hammond, sister, Elizabeth Ann Wiley, and uncle, Larry Wiley.
Robert will also be remembered by his aunts, Luvenia Sapp and Juanita Roane
(Gary), and uncles, Gordon Ellison, Ervin Ellison, Robert Mims, Calhoun
Wiley, and Ronnie Wiley of Augusta, GA. He also leaves to mourn, a host of
nieces, nephews, and cousins who loved him dearly.
John 14:6, New International Version (NIV) 6
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life.
No one comes to the Father except though me.