Kyle Rhanson Talley, 29, lifelong resident of Shawnee, passed from this life Friday, July 27, 2018, in Oklahoma City.

Kyle Rhanson Talley, 29, lifelong resident of Shawnee, passed from this life Friday, July 27, 2018, in Oklahoma City.

He was born April 18, 1989, in Shawnee and was the son of Robin G. and Ronell (Hurst) Talley.

Kyle was raised in Shawnee and attended Liberty Academy. He graduated with the class of 2007 from Liberty Academy. He was currently attending Oklahoma City Community College. He worked part-time as an assistant at Kienzle & Talley Law Firm.

For many years Kyle advocated organ donation to all those that knew him. He was generous and passionate about giving in his life and made his decision to help save lives and contribute to the well-being of others. It was his wish that others would also consider becoming organ donors and/or contributing financial donations to LifeShare. Information may be found at www.LifeShare.org.

Kyle was preceded in death by his grandmother, Carolyn Rizzo; aunt, Rachel Hurst; and uncles, Randon Rocco Chaney Rizzo (Hurst), and Ranson Hurst.

Those left to cherish his memory are his parents; step-father Mike Gilbert, of Shawnee, and step-mother Shelley Coffman, of Shawnee: four half-sisters, McKenzie Elizabeth Sockey of Midwest City, Nikki Wind of Tulsa, Skyler Steward of Pacific, Missouri, and Emily Barnhart Burk; uncles and aunts, Robert B. Talley and Wanda Talley, San Antonio, Texas, Samatha and Charles Anderson of Edmond, Pam Bouziden of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Travis Hurst of Shawnee, Raquel Matheson of Moore, Markeeta Barnhart Little of Earlsboro, Johnny and Terry Barnhart of Nashville, Tennessee; grandparents, Robert and Margaret Talley of Depew, and Ronnie and Katherine Hurst of Porum. Additional surviving relatives include Joe Don Barnhart and many loving friends and extended family.

Celebration of Kyle’s life will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 18, at Faith Christian Outreach (FaithCo) with Reverend Travis Hurst officiating. Cremation arrangements by Cooper Funeral Home of Tecumseh.

To share memories, or to sign the guestbook online, go to www.cooperfuneral.com.