Nathaniel Lee Kilpatrick

June 8, 1979January 12, 2022
Obituary of Nathaniel Lee Kilpatrick
Nathaniel Lee Kilpatrick, remembered for his kind and caring soul, passed away, Wednesday, January 12, 2022, quietly at his home in Oklahoma City. Nathan was 42. Nathan or “Nate” known by family and friends, was born June 8, 1979 in Oklahoma City to Dayna and Kenneth Kilpatrick. He was their only child. This was very special to him as Nathan and his father shared the same birthday of June 8th, which he mentioned every year. In 1991, his Mother re-married Mike Logan, and Nathan gained a loving step - father. Nathan made lifelong friends at Moore High School, where he graduated in 1998. He continued to study Video production and editing at Oklahoma City Community College, then began working at Life Time Video Productions often filming weddings and special events. Nathan had one son, Karston Michael Kilpatrick who was born in 2004. Karston’s mother Jarita and her husband Dale provided a structured home, which Nathan was very appreciative of. He was extremely proud of Karston and his decision to join the United States Army. Life took a heartbreaking turn in 2008, when Nathan’s Mother passed away. He adored her, always kept her memory alive, but struggled with the pain and sadness that comes with losing a mother. Anxiety and depression were no stranger as Nathan struggled with them although he was the kind of guy that longed for peace and happiness and wouldn’t give up trying to find it. A special thanks to all the family and friends that showed Nate the love, compassion and attention that he so desperately needed. Animals, Dogs in particular, were his passion in life. Sky and Nieve were constant companions where unconditional love and acceptance were given freely. Nathan had a dog group with neighbors where they met and trained together. Dog rescue and training came naturally to him and many dogs found forever homes, with his help and guidance. The last few years, Nate became very involved with W.O.L.F. Dogs Facebook group where he developed a group of loyal online friends and co-creators. Making and editing videos, creating tributes, were daily projects that brought him joy. He was funny, witty and thoughtful. Despite setbacks and challenges, Nathan was headed in a positive direction. Plans to travel and re-connect with friends and family kept him hopeful. We will remember his favorite closing statement “LOVE and always LOVE” forever. His family, friends and animals were the threads that created his bright neon colored life! Nathan was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Dayna Irene Logan; father Kenneth Kilpatrick; paternal grandparents Donna and Gerry Kilpatrick; maternal grandfather Lloyd W. Parker. He is survived by his son, Karston Kilpatrick; stepfather Mike Logan and maternal grandmother Willa Dean Parker; Several Aunts, Uncles and Cousins from the Parker and Kilpatrick families, as well as many, many friends.

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Sunday, January 30, 2022

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