Karen Wiley

Karen Sue Wiley, 47, died Sunday May 21, 2017 at Memorial Hermann Hospice in Houston, Texas.

She was born July 19, 1969 in Laramie, Wyoming, the daughter of Ralph and Betty Joann (Dalrymple) Wiley.

Miss Wiley worked at Paradigm Geophysical Corporation as Facility Manager.  She moved to Houston from Laramie, where she grew up and which she considered home. She graduated from Laramie High School in 1986.  She attended Family Life Assembly of God Church in Katy, TX.

She is survived by her father, Ralph Wiley, of Dearing Kansas; three sisters, Pam Wiley, of Houston, TX; Beverly Wiley, of Galveston, TX; Jeannette Finley and her husband Dwayne Finley, of Spring, TX; nephew Christopher Brzovskis and his wife Megan and kids Halie Lestrer, Peyton, and Riley of Katy, TX; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her mother Joann Wiley; sister Connie Wiley; brother-in-law David Brzovskis; and grandparents Ralph and Mabel Wiley, John and Frances Dalrymple, and Bill and Helen Greer.

Funeral Services will be held Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the Montgomery-Stryker Funeral Home, the Reverend Mike Donnelly officiating.  Burial will follow in Green Hill Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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Condolences (9)

  • Pramod Kumar

    My deepest condolences to the grieving Wiley family. May God give you the strength to endure this unfortunate demise. Karen will be greatly missed.

  • Jeannine Perrot

    My deepest condolences to the Wiley family. I enjoyed working with Karen. She was always so helpful and upbeat. Her presence and spirit are missed.

  • Robert & Kris Poldervaart

    I am blessed to have known Karen for almost 30 years as a colleague, but even more importantly as a friend. To everyone in Laramie, Wyoming, thank you for sharing this wonderful woman with us here in Houston. Karen made a tremendous impact on our lives not only with her dedication to her job, but also when going beyond the workplace and touching people in their personal lives. She fought a tremendous battle, and now Karen, may you Rest In Peace. You are missed.

  • Lorri Schroyer

    Dearest Wiley Family, I was deeply saddened to learn of Karen's passing. Many of my fondest memories are of the times I spent with all of you. My thoughts are prayers are with you during this difficult time. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the service, but know that I am thinking of you all.

  • Melanie Ashmore

    I worked with Karen since 2006. She helped so many of us, in large and small things, every day, and in a multitude of ways. Over the years, she had many titles; but really, where ever there was a gap or a need, she just filled it. It was my privilege to benefit from her assistance over the years. She is greatly missed. My deepest sympathies and condolences, Melanie R. Ashmore

  • Anonymous

    I was privilege to have worked with Karen she will ever be remembered for her strength and faith. My deepest sympathies go out to her family and many friends. We will all miss her smile but she will be forever in our hearts!! Michelle L Drennen

  • The Raczykowski's

    You all are in our thoughts and prayers - Karen was a wonderful friend to us all. We will miss her. The Raczykowski's - Tom, Deb, Missy and Luke

  • Silvia Valencia

    Karen Wiley, since 2012 I work under her supervision, a pleasure to have worked on many projects together and especially to know the quality of being human, very flexible and understanding, always looking for the best solutions to any problems and Always giving her support. May our Lord have it in His holy Glory and rest in peace. She will always be remembered

  • Karen Barnety

    I am so deeply saddened by the loss of my dear friend Karen. She touched my life in a very special way. Having Karen as a friend has been an honor. She will greatly missed.


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