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Keylee Marguerite Lytle Obituary

Our sweet little angel, Keylee Marguerite Lytle, received her wings on Friday, June 8, 2018. She was two months and 6 days old. She was born on April 2, 2018, to Justin Allen Lytle and Kendall Marie Hinman at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. She passed at OU Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City. Keylee was a beautify baby and she filled her families lives with love and joy. 

She is survived by her parents; big sister Brooklyn Hinman; twin brother Kyle Lytle; paternal aunt Tasha Ware; paternal uncle Jamie Lytle; maternal grandparents Kimberly (Pradmore) and Jon Hinman; maternal great-grandparents Cynthia (Cass) Pradmore and Robert Taylor; paternal great-grandmother Leanna Footracer; paternal great-grandmother Wanda Lytle; and other extended family.

Keylee was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Douglas Lytle and Toni Footracer; maternal great-grandfather John Pradmore and paternal great-grandfather James A. Lytle.

She was a member of the Osage Nation of the Joe Daniels family from the Gray Horse District.  She also was of the Ponca and Creek Nations.

A Rosary was held June 11, 2018, at the Wakon Iron Chapel in Pawhuska.

A Traditional Indian Service was held on June 12 at the Wakon Iron Chapel with Minister Ira Lookout officiating. Pallbearers were Jamie Lytle and Nick Reed. Burial followed in the Fairfax City Cemetery. A Traditional meal was served at Wakon Iron in Pawhuska.


Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home

Original Publish Date: 2018-06-13 00:00:00


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