Kevin Alan Kiser

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Kevin Alan Kiser

September 18, 1962 - March 09, 2019

Kevin Alan Kiser Kevin Alan Kiser, 56, formerly of Stillwater, passed away on Saturday, March 9th at his Austin home. Kevin was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma on September 18, 1962 to Kenneth Kiser, of Tulsa, and Jeanette Kiser, of Stillwater. He was survived by his wife, Dorothy Ann Weaver Kiser, of Austin, his son, Benjamin Kiser, of Tulsa, his parents, his sister, Pam Reding, of Plano, Texas, several nieces and nephews, as well as great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his son, Noah Hayden Kiser.

Kevin was a kind and gentle man, with a constant smile on his face. He attended Stillwater Public Schools before graduating from Oklahoma State University. He was a special education teacher in the Austin area. He was active in his bowling league, Special Olympics, and continued his son's Boy Scout legacy by volunteering with his troop. He spent countless hours supporting his students in and out of the classroom, including coaching sports and tutoring. Kevin was an avid Oklahoma State Cowboys, Chicago Cubs, and Boston Red Soxs fan, and could tell you any sports statistic from any year that you wanted to know.

Services honoring Kevin will be held on Thursday, March 14th at 2:00 pm at The Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Donations can be made to Dream of Hopes Ranch (16250 Oak Grove Road Buda, TX 78610) or Harmony School of Excellence Athletic Program in Austin, Texas.
Published on March 12, 2019
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Doris and Bill Deming
Mar 18, 2019
Although years and miles have separated us you will always be remember as you and my children grew up together. You were loved and will be missed by all who knew you.
Paul Ingersoll
Mar 14, 2019
Noah was a force larger than life in our bowling program. His loss is compounded with his loving Dad’s departure.

May Almighty God rest their souls and hold the rest of the family in His soothing arms.
Patty
Mar 13, 2019
Hard to believe he's gone. He was always so kind. He will be missed.
Dream of Hopes Ranch
Mar 12, 2019
We will miss Kevin so much. He was such a delight to have around and cheered on all our sports teams and joined in on our special events and dances. He will be in our hearts forever. You and Coach Mama can start your own team called “Heavens Angels”. We will miss you. All our love❤️