OBITUARY

Kyle Nuss

September 3, 1989May 28, 2019
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Kyle Nuss, age 29 of Odenville passed away May 28, 2019. Cystic Fibrosis was a daily reminder of how short life could be but Kyle was a fighter. Kyle was a musician and loved playing the guitar, drums and piano. He also loved the outdoors and was very adventurous, had a wonderful sense of humor and was a vivid storyteller. Kyle loved tattoos, music, movies, Alabama Football but most of all he loved God, his family and the love of his life, Brittney Dixon Lunsford. He loved life and lived each day as though it were his last. Kyle lived his dash and is victorious over the trials of life and Cystic Fibrosis.

He is survived by his mother Terry Brown Coats and her husband Chris of Moody, favorite sister Nicole Tucker and her husband Jake of Springville; brothers: Conlee Nuss of Moody and Jacob Nuss of Dixon, TN. Nieces: Ella, Shelby and Kameron and nephew Christopher. Stepmother Sandy Nuss of Dixon, TN, Grandparents; Charles Green of Coldwater, MS, Barbara Nuss of Cleveland, AL and Bill and Nancy Coats of Moody, AL. Aunts; Deborah (Sam) Harris of Pinson, AL, Teresa (John) Gore of Tampa, FL. Uncles; Curtiss Nuss and Jeff Coats of Moody, AL; several cousins and a host of friends. Kyle was preceded in death by his father Greg Nuss; Grandparents: Linda Booker Green, Forest and Mary Ellen Brown and Curtis Nuss; and uncles: Milton Smith and Mitchell Ray Brown.

The family would like to thank the staff and nurses at UAB Adult CF Unit and the CF Team, UAB Hospital, Kirkland Clinic, Southern Beacon Hospice and our extended family and friends. Kyle is home!

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Kyle’s memory to the Children’s of Alabama Hospital, 1600 7th Ave So, Birmingham AL 35233.

It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest I go to than I have ever known. –Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

Services

  • Visitation Friday, May 31, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 31, 2019

Memories

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Nicole Tucker

June 3, 2019

Ella and Shelby sure love their Uncle Kyle. I know he will be watching over them now from Heaven❤

Cyndi Mclaughlin

June 2, 2019

Kyle was one of a kind. Some days I wanted to hug him better. Other days I wanted to shake him so he'd see how precious he was to us all. I didn't always understand how he did things, but I had to respect his strength and tenacity to do it his way. Listening to and reading about so many people who he encouraged and supported while fighting his own battle with CF was humbling. What an awesome legacy he has left for us to aspire to. Kyle showed us all to look outside ourselves, our circumstances, and meet, love, encourage, and support those around us. Because he did, he touched us all.
Until I see you again Kyle.... Your battle is won!
Now you can Just Breathe.
#bcslovetoo❤️

Nicole Tucker

June 2, 2019

My brother told me he loves me "this much".
Infinity.

Conlee Nuss

June 2, 2019

Kyle always reminded me of captain America. Despite all the cards being stacked against him, he kept pushing forward. He wouldn't let anything stop him, once he set his mind to something he would make it happen. He was an inspiration. He fought the good fight and he didn't lose this battle, he won. Seeing his strength through everything is inspiring. Anybody else in kyles situation would have given up, i know i would. Its all about finding your reason to fight

Brittney Lunsford

June 1, 2019

This was the first time I got to stay with him at the hospital and we were in the women's center with an amazing view.

Brittney Lunsford

June 1, 2019

Him cheating at mini golf. One of my birthday surprises

Brittney Lunsford

June 1, 2019

This is from the day we went to his dad's to visit his grandmother we had went to the covered bridge after.

Terry Coats

June 1, 2019


God chooses the hardest battles for the strongest Warriors.
You told me. GOD choose this journey for us, because He knew we were strong enough to finish the race and keep the faith.

Nicole Tucker

May 30, 2019

Kyle and Mom.
I just can't love this picture enough.

Nicole Tucker

May 30, 2019

This was the day we decided to sneek Kyle out of the hospital so he could enjoy some Chinese food. We wheeled him out of the hospital and across the street. 😀The hospital staff wasn't too pleased with us but it was totally worth it just to see Kyle get some sunshine on his face. This is one of my most favorite pictures of the three of us together. ❤❤❤

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