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Thelton Calvert Kile Sr.

18 November, 19344 October, 2021

Thelton Calvert Kile, 86, of Blue Ridge, Georgia went home to be with his heavenly Father at 8:20 a.m. on Monday, October 4, 2021. He was greeted by his wife, his parents, and many other family members. He was a Godly man and by virtue of his daily walk with God, he instilled in his children a love for his Savior.

Born to Otis Allen Kile and Lela Cedars Kile, he lived in Westlake, Louisiana for more than 50 years and in Montgomery, Texas for 20 years. He often reminisced about his life growing up in Kisatchie, Louisiana and his many adventures with his cousins from youth through his college years. At home in the kitchen, he was known for his superb cooking skills and his love for food. He loved to sing hymns and even though he didn’t always remember the words, he lifted his voice in song to his Lord. He had a great sense of humor and brought laughter to many.

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Joan Elizabeth Kile, and his parents.

Those left to cherish his memory include: his four daughters, Robyn Kile Fuselier of Clear Lake, Texas, Allyson Kile Daughdril (Ben) of The Woodlands, Texas, Joanna Le Kile of Rancho Viejo, Texas, and Carrie Kile Cook (Clint) of Port Charlotte, Florida; his son, Thelton C. “Cal” Kile, Jr. (Paula) of Ellijay, Georgia; his brother-in-law, Cornelius Rhea Wheeler, Jr. (Debbie) of Houston, Texas; his six grandchildren, Austin Lane Daughdril, Haley Erin Daughdril, Morris Hayden Fuselier, Kathryn Elizabeth Kile, Kollyn Ruth Kile, and Lauren Lyn Cook; his four great grandchildren who were the light of his life, Eva Christine Reyes, Hayden Christian Fuselier, Elena Joan Reyes, and Layla Ruth Kile; his niece, Carley Wheeler Ricciardi (David) of The Woodlands, Texas; and his sister-in-law, Rhonda Miller Wheeler of The Woodlands, Texas.

Visitation is 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 9 at Hixson & Sons Funeral Home in Westlake, Louisiana. Burial will immediately follow in Magnolia Cemetery. Long-time friend Hugh Wallis will officiate.

Condolences may be left at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com for the Kile family.

  • FAMILY

  • Those left to cherish his memory include: his four daughters, Robyn Kile Fuselier of Clear Lake, Texas, Allyson Kile Daughdril (Ben) of The Woodlands, Texas, Joanna Le Kile of Rancho Viejo, Texas, and Carrie Kile Cook (Clint) of Port Charlotte, Florida; his son, Thelton C. “Cal” Kile, Jr. (Paula) of Ellijay, Georgia; his brother-in-law, Cornelius Rhea Wheeler, Jr. (Debbie) of Houston, Texas; his six grandchildren, Austin Lane Daughdril, Haley Erin Daughdril, Morris Hayden Fuselier, Kathryn Elizabeth Kile, Kollyn Ruth Kile, and Lauren Lyn Cook; his four great grandchildren who were the light of his life, Eva Christine Reyes, Hayden Christian Fuselier, Elena Joan Reyes, and Layla Ruth Kile; his niece, Carley Wheeler Ricciardi (David) of The Woodlands, Texas; and his sister-in-law, Rhonda Miller Wheeler of The Woodlands, Texas.


    He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Joan Elizabeth Kile, and his parents.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, 9 October , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, 9 October , 2021

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Kevin OMalley

9 October 2021

A Good Man Loved By His Family And Countless Others. There Are So Many Loved Ones To Welcome You Into Paradise! Job Well Done Brave Man.
Kevin Colman OMalley

Angelica aka Snow White Fuentes

8 October 2021

I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Kile and his daughter Joanna Kile four years ago when they made their way down to South Texas. We shared our love for food and often would meet for lunch. Mr. Kile affectionately called me Snow White, which by the way, was also my contact name on his cell. Unfortunately I lost all my grandparents at a very young age so I never had those grandparent experiences but I often felt that Mr. Kile talked to me like a grandfather would, giving me a nickname, sharing stories over lunch (which, by the way were way more interesting than the boring work stuff his daughter and I were usually talking about), and always telling me how much his daughter worked, but like he also would always say, that was just who she was. I am so fortunate that I got to spend some time with Mr. Kile, and I will forever be grateful to him because he shared his daughter Joanna with Texas Southmost College and my hometown is a better place because of her. She is a visionary and dreamer, and I am positive Mr. Kile and his wife are a big reason why.

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