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Kaidon Wayne Tuttle
November 28, 2007 ~ May 10, 2023 (age 15) 15 Years Old
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A funeral service honoring and remembering Kaidon Wayne Tuttle will be held 2 PM Monday, May 15, 2023 in the Rivercrest Chapel, 13329 S. Memorial Drive in Bixby. Kaidon passed away Wednesday, May 10, 2023 at his home in Tulsa.
Born November 28, 2007 at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Kaidon was the son of Ashley Hain. Kaidon attended Sequoyah Elementary School where he loved his teachers dearly. He was always so "laid back" and never complained about anything.
Kaidon loved playing video games, especially Call of Duty and Borderlands 3. He loved animals of all kinds. His favorites included sharks, turtles, and squid - in that order! Kaidon really enjoyed fishing and camping with his family on the area lakes. Many wonderful memories were made traveling with his grandparents to Legoland and Branson, Missouri. His favorite Branson attractions included the Titanic and King Kong. Kaidon's favorite color was orange. From an early age, along with his Nana, Kaidon loved the Dallas Cowboys.
Surviving family members include his mother, Ashley Hain, his grandparents, Virginia (Nana) and Craig (Papa) Gray, John (Paw Paw) Tuttle and Danielle (Granny) Carey; his aunts and uncles, Brittany Tuttle, Johnny Lee Tuttle, Jordan Tuttle, Rebecca Tuttle, and Rodney Lauinger; great grandparents, Robert Milliser, and Rodney and Debbie Gray; his cousins, Jaidyn Gardner, Tanner Tuttle, Jaxon Tuttle, Scarlet Tuttle, as well as a host of extended family and friends.
Kaidon was preceded in death by his great grandmother, Carolyn Milliser; cousin, Jayce Hunter Desalvo; and his uncle, Dale Smith.