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November 06, 2012 8:44 am

Kyle K. Wells

(Aug. 17, 1996 - Oct. 30, 2012)

Kyle K. Wells, 16, of Cody, died Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 at his home in Cody.

Kyle was born on Aug. 17, 1996 in Torrington to Dawn Marie Howell. He was put into the care of Sharon Wells as a foster child and later adopted. He was always a loving child and a joy to everyone who knew him.

He was a good student and had excellent reports from his teachers. “A model student.” He was also in the Navy Sea Cadets and won an honor of first place for physical fitness. He also recieved an award signed by the president.

Kyle loved his family and friends. He enjoyed hanging out with friends, playing video games and walking for miles at a time.

He is survived by his mother Dawn Howell of Baytown, Texas and adoptive mother Sharon Wells of Cody; half-brother Chance and half-sister Heather, from Nashville, Tenn.; sisters Angel Scholz from Riverton and Marridonna Fager of Pakepsi, N.Y.; adoptive brothers Allen (Lucy) Wells of Casper, Jay (Cat) Wells of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith (Toni) Wells “Dad and Mom.”

Kyle was preceded in death by his “Pappy,” Terry Lee Holland and his half-brother Dale Wells, both of Cody.

Kyle had suffered from fetal alcohol syndrome all of his life. His family hopes he will rest in peace. Funeral services were held on Monday, Nov. 5 at Grace Baptist in Cody with burial at Riverside Cemetery.

An online memorial is available at www.ballardfh.com

1 Comment

  • Comment Link November 30, 2012 10:48 am posted by David Doan

    Kyle was like a brother to me. He was a strong hearted kid, always putting others before himself. He even carried me up a hill and down 5 streets when I got a nail through my foot. I am twice his size. He seemed so happy... but something pushed him over the edge and it's not fair people have to do that to someone.
    R.I.P. Kyle, My little Big Brother, My BestFriend, My small hero

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