Wiley, Aubry Lee

Aubrey Lee Wiley, MSgt. USAF (Retired)
July 11, 1961 – February 26, 2021


U.S. Veteran 

The family of Aubrey Lee Wiley of Woodstock, GA, is sad to announce that he passed away surrounded by family on February 26, 2021, after battling COVID pneumonia. He was 59 years young.

Aubrey retired as a Master Sergeant with 22 years of service as a Search and Rescue Flight Engineer and in Special Operations in the Air Force. During his military career he served in the Gulf War, was heavily involved in creating the safety manual for helicopters and oversaw scheduling training operations for his unit. After his military retirement, he spent approximately 17 years in retail management and spent the past 4 years as a Personal Care Giver. Taking care of those that needed daily in-home care. He was known for his candor, his unwavering faith, his humble, giving, and generous spirit, for keeping umbrellas in his car to give to strangers in need and for his love for comics and superhero movies. He will be deeply missed by his loved ones.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Christine Mongin, his father, Jerry Lee Wiley, Sr., and his brother Ted Wiley. He is survived by his wife Sharon Wiley, his daughters Christie Tabor and Lisa Beebe, his brother, Jerry Lee Wiley, Jr., stepsister, Becky Hewett, sisters-in-law, Bridget Wiley and Sheri Wiley, sons in law Archie Tabor and James Beebe, his twelve grandchildren Jordyn, Trenton, Trevor, Christian, Aidan, Katherine, Avery, Payton, Linsey, Nathaniel, Evelyn, and Emma, two fur babies Gus and Chloe, and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

 Please leave a memory of Aubrey in the condolences section of Aubrey’s obituary on this website. Tell us how he made you laugh, an adventure you shared, a way he made you feel. His love and laughter were a gift to everyone he encountered and will live on as long as we remember.  Lakeside Funeral Home 121 Claremore Drive, Woodstock, GA 30188 ph. 770) 293-2757 is honored to assist the Wiley family.


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