Kiley Eileen Tate, lovingly known as Lou Lou, was born in Plano, Texas at 11:26 am on June 26, 2000 and went to be with her Lord and Savior January 16, 2022.
Her momma said she had the most painful birth and cried when she saw Kiley! Not because she was beautiful...
Her mother says she was such an ugly baby that she could not even hold her!
This was the story her mother would tell throughout her life but follow it up with, "All of that pain caused her to be completely breathtaking with movie star beauty, and the kindest heart around." Kiley never met a stranger! Everyone loved and laughed with Kiley.
Kiley had such a heart for animals! She rescued pigs, dogs, cats and bunnies.
Kiley graduated from El Centro College with her Associates Degree in June of 2021. Kiley was scheduled to start at University of North Texas this Spring to complete her degree as a music therapist. Kiley could play the piano by ear, trumpet, French horn, and guitar.
Kiley is survived by her Mother, Melissa Cooper Tate of McKinney; Daddy, Blue Tate of Denton; Father, Adam Weiss of Cypress, Texas; Sissy, Kathlyn MacMillan Morton of Plano; brother-in-law, Paul Taylor; niece, Rylee Eileen; nephew, Waylon Owen; niece, Hayden MacMillan all of Plano; brother, Cooper Blue Tate of Prosper, lovingly called CBC; grandparents, James MacMillan Morton and Janice Eileen Morton of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, lovingly called Mom and Dad; uncle, Chad Gravatt, lovingly called Muncle Chad of Louisiana; aunt, Megan Morton of Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, lovingly called Aunt Meggy;
cousins, Noah MacMillan Morton, her best friend all of her life, Gabriel Michael Morton, Jamesee Eileen Morton, and Gracee Owen Morton.
Kiley Eileen is preceded in Death by her Great-Grandfather Albert Owen Cooper, Great-Grandfather James MacMillan Morton, Great-Grandmother Rhoda Morton, Uncle Timmy Joe Cooper, Cousin Owen MacMillan Morton.
In lieu of flowers, please go adopt an animal or make a donation to your local SPCA.
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