In Loving Memory...


Ty Jacob Kingery
May 8, 1996 - March 4, 2014

Ty Jacob Kingery, "The Hugger," 17, passed away on March 4, 2014, from Juvenile Huntington's Disease with his loving mother and father by his side.
Ty was born on May 8, 1996, in Warner Robins, Georgia. He was a devoted son, brother, grandson, nephew, friend and fellow student.

He will be missed by his mother and father, Amy and Scott Kyser and his little brother Robert. He also leaves behind his Grandparents:  Bernie Miller, Marilyn Miller, Julie Kyser, and Mike Szot; his Aunt Kimberly Trump and Uncles:  Eric Miller and BJ Miller. He will also be fondly remembered by his fellow Students
and Teachers from Northside High School where he was a student.

Ty loved playing Soccer and Baseball. He had many hobbies as well including: UNO, watching Movies and WWE wrestling. He was a big fan of Cottonmouth Hockey, Columbus Lions and Auburn football. Ty was also an avid XBOX player and will be known for his practical jokes.

During his short 17 years, he has touched 1000's of lives and was known to
give hugs to complete strangers. He will be remembered for his infectious
smile, passion for life, and will to live. He lived vicariously through his brother
in the latter years. Ty fulfilled his dream of swimming with dolphins twice!

Published in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer on Mar. 6, 2014


Celebration of Life Service

A Memorial Service celebrating Ty's life will be held:

Friday, March 7, 2014,
5:00 pm

First Presbyterian Church 
1100 1st Avenue
Columbus, GA 31901

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the following organizations:
www.hdsa.org/how-you-can-help-tributes-memorials.html (Juvenile Huntingtons's Disease Society) or
or www.pedalingforkids.org.


Memorial Guest Book

An Online Guest Book where you can leave messages for the family is located here:

Online Guest Book


   

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