Cowboy Wiley Cause of death, what happened?
Cowboy Wiley, a beloved firefighter with the Floydada Fire Department, died on October 21, 2023, at the age of 55. He was surrounded by his loving family.
Wiley was a true hero, both on and off the job. He was known for his courage, compassion, and skill in handling the most challenging of firefighting scenarios. He was also a devoted husband, father, and friend.
Wiley joined the Floydada Fire Department in 1990. Over the years, he responded to countless fires and other emergencies, putting his life on the line to protect his community. He was also a valuable member of the department’s training team, helping to prepare new firefighters for the challenges they would face.
In addition to his work as a firefighter, Wiley was also a dedicated member of the Floydada community. He was a member of the Floydada Lions Club and the Floydada Chamber of Commerce. He also served on the Floydada City Council.
Wiley is survived by his wife, Angela, and their two children, Cody and Kayla. He is also survived by his parents, John and Mary Wiley, and his siblings, David Wiley and Debbie Wiley-Johnson.
Wiley’s death is a loss to the Floydada community and to the firefighting community. He was a true hero who will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
A Community Mourns
The Floydada community is reeling from the loss of Cowboy Wiley. He was a well-known and respected member of the community, and his death has left a void in the hearts of many.
“Cowboy was a true hero,” said Floydada Mayor Mark Owens. “He dedicated his life to serving his community, and he will be deeply missed.”
Owens said that Wiley was known for his courage and his willingness to help others. He recalled a time when Wiley responded to a fire at a home where a child was trapped inside. Wiley bravely rushed into the burning building and rescued the child, unharmed.
“Cowboy was always willing to put others before himself,” Owens said. “He was a true friend to everyone who knew him.”
Wiley’s fellow firefighters are also mourning his loss. They describe him as a dedicated firefighter and a mentor to many.
“Cowboy was a great firefighter and a great friend,” said Floydada Fire Chief David Dodson. “He was always willing to help others, and he always put the needs of the team first.”
Dodson said that Wiley was also a great teacher. He was always willing to share his knowledge and experience with new firefighters.
“Cowboy was a role model for all of us,” Dodson said. “He will be deeply missed.”
Cowboy Wiley’s legacy is one of service and sacrifice. He dedicated his life to protecting his community and helping others. He is a true hero who will be remembered for his courage, compassion, and dedication.
Wiley’s funeral will be held on Friday, October 28, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. at the Floydada First Baptist Church. Visitation will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Floydada Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Floydada Fire Department.
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