Kyler Houston Corr unexpectedly passed away on June 18, 2021 at the age of 16. Kyler entered this world on December 21, 2004 in Oklahoma City. Growing up in Yukon, his friendly demeanor and head full of curls were well known by his many friends. As a freshman in Yukon High School this last year, he missed being able to see his friends as he attended virtually. When summer school was offered, he jumped at the chance to get to "hang out" with a few special people. Some of his greatest times with his friends were playing video games together. You could hear him in the middle of the night yelling as they played Apex or Fortnite, oblivious that others in the house might be sleeping. He loved having game nights and cookouts. He loved driving his truck and picking up friends to go on adventures. He always put others first and wanted to help any way he could.
Kyler looked up to his Uncle Dominick as the Oklahoma City Fireman Chief. So he tagged along and trained as a Oklahoma City Fire Explorer, showing strength and dedication at an early age. Teambuilding skills grew as he played on the F5 Rugby Team in Yukon. For extra money, he was a technician with Don's Weed & Pest Control.
As much as he enjoyed spending time with his friends, he also loved being with his family. He grew up close with his Mom Amber. Kyler enjoyed the bond with his Dad Jeremy as they worked to restore his '87 Square Body truck, hoping to paint it black and keep the red interior. His sisters, Caitlyn, Alissa, Marissa, and Neveah were proud of him, and looked after their only brother. His dogs were also a big part of his life, and he said he wanted to be laid to rest with Ryder, Max and Daisy. His family, friends, and school will always remember him, and will cherish all the memories they shared together.
Kyler Houston Corr is preceded in death by his great-grandparents Billie Lucas, Jimmy Lucas, and Billie Jo Everett. Those who wait to reunite with him again include his parents Amber and Jeremy Corr; sisters Caitlyn, Alissa, Marissa, and Neveah; grandparents Alan Lucas, Denise Rogers, Dee Wells, Ginny Cowell, David Corr, Cathy Corr, and Sonya Corr; along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Kyler's life will be celebrated on Saturday, July 3rd at 10 AM at Ingram, Smith & Turner Mortuary in Yukon. Services are donated by the Sleeping Angels Ministry of Ingram, Smith & Turner Mortuary in Yukon, OK.
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