Troy Isaac Giles
September 11, 2000 – September 22, 2019
Funeral services for Troy Isaac Giles will be held on Friday, October 4th, 2019 at 1:00 PM at Reed-Culver Funeral Home with Reverend Walter Brown Jr. officiating along with Pastor Joe Wilson. His visitation will be held on Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 beginning at 1:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Reed-Culver Funeral Home. He will be laid to rest at Ross Cemetery in Tahlequah, OK. Online condolences for his family may be left at www.reedculver.com.
Pallbearers for Troy include Damian Giles, Kion Grant, Diante Todd, Larry Chastain, Fred Hall, and Dominique McDonald.
Troy Isaac Giles was born on Tuesday, September 11th, 2000, in Tulsa, OK, the son of Bobby Joe Giles Jr. and Mandisha Michelle Chism. He attended school at Langston Hughes Academy in Tulsa and then started his Nursing studies at Talking Leaves Job Corp. He loved living in Tahlequah and spending time with his many friends. He liked doing yard work to make spending money. When he had free time, there was nothing better than composing and producing his own rap music, he was gifted and loved sharing his talents with his family and friends. Sports was another favorite, and he was talented with football, basketball, soccer, kick boxing and karate. Fishing with his Dad and granddad was always fun, and he was learning the many facets of grilling from his dad. Family was everything to Troy, and he loved to spoil his little brothers and sisters as well as his nieces and nephew He could make anyone smile, he was delightfully funny. He was warm, and loving, compassionate and kind. He never knew he had limitations, if there were carpentry skills needed, he learned and made it happen. From an early age, he accompanied his grandfather and grandmother to church, most recently at Divine Fellowship in Muskogee. For all he had yet to accomplish, the Lord saw fit to call this young man home to his eternal rest on Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 in Tulsa, OK. He was 19 years old. He leaves a void that cannot be filled.
He is preceded in death by his great grandparents, Cooey and Thelma McDonald, grandfather Cecil Chism, many cousins and aunts and uncles.
He is lovingly remembered by his father, Bobby Joe Giles Jr of Tulsa, OK, his mother, Mandisha Chism of Tulsa, OK, and his grandmother, Debra Armstrong-Turner of Tulsa, OK, grandparents, Malcolm and DeVolla Platt of Tulsa, OK, Bobby Sr. and Marsha Giles of Sand Springs, OK and grandfather, Reverend Walter Brown Jr. of Fort Gibson, OK. Troy leaves three brothers and three sisters, Mantisha Giles and partner Diante Todd of Tulsa, OK, Damian Giles of Broken Arrow, OK, Omuneek Jackson of Tulsa, OK, Antoine Jackson Jr. of Tulsa, OK, Danasia Thomas of Tulsa, OK, and Brayden Heuett of Tulsa, OK. He leaves his niece and nephew, Za-Riah Todd, and Diante Todd both of Tulsa, OK. He leaves many cousins, as well as a host of friends and loved ones.
- Damian Giles
- Kion Grant
- Diante Todd
- Larry Chastain
- Fred Hall
- Dominique McDonald
- Visitation Thursday, October 3, 2019
- Funeral Service Friday, October 4, 2019
Troy Isaac Giles
October 5, 2019
I remember that time you,me and your sister was chilling and you used to bug us all the time. I will never forget the memories. I love you and miss you nephew. Gone But Never Forgotten ❤️🕊️
October 4, 2019
Troy my big brother. My best friend. He was my right hand always having each other’s back because that is what familia does. Through the good & the bad we always knew we could come to each other, i couldn’t stress it enough how fearful I am of losing my brothers. He left but is at peace yet not alone because he took a part of me. My love you are free. Thank you for being there for your team. We love you eternally, I hear your laugh and it’s heavenly. I’ll never forget all the time that we spent and what you told me that day years ago to the park we had went. You were so lyrical now resting up spiritual. A little sisters keeper much love unconditional.
September 30, 2019
I remember the first time I met Troy it was at football practice for Langston Hughes Academy and he was a very coachable young man who if he was having a bad day he would find me and we would sit and discuss the situation and then I saw troy at McLain and all I heard was Coach Wilson I turned around and it was Troy coming up to me so we sat and talked I'm really going miss him and to his family weeping may endure for the night but joyeth comes in the morning,And to be absent from the body is to be in the presence of the Lord God. Sending my condolences....
September 28, 2019
He was a loving young man and always made people laugh and smile. I'ma miss chilling with him and talking about old times. You will always be my first nephew in spirit 🙏💙. Missing you nephew.