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Kyle Peyton Miller
June 7, 2004 ~ November 1, 2023 (age 19) 19 Years Old
He had a golden heart and was a kind, loving guy. He was a private and bashful 19-year-old man just starting to figure out his life's direction and place in the world. He will always be cherished and continuously missed. Kyle Peyton Miller, 19, of Lumberton, died unexpectedly on November 1, 2023.
He was born in Beaumont on June 7th, 2004 to Shalanda Pichoff Caudillo and Billie Miller. For the majority of his life, he was raised by his grandparents, Terry and Tommie Barnes. Throughout Kyle's youth, he had the opportunity to travel the nation and visit forty-three states. Growing up with wonderful grandparents was a blessing. They are always there to provide unconditional love, support, and guidance, making childhood a memorable and joyful experience.
He graduated from Lumberton High School in 2022, and he was soon to be starting at Lamar Institute of Technology to study Cybersecurity. Kyle built his computers and spent a lot of time teaching himself new technology skills.
Kyle was part of several online communities, and his online gaming friends provided support and camaraderie during virtual and real triumphs and setbacks. At their best, they were a source of encouragement and laughter and at their worst, a reliable outlet for venting and support. Whether cheering from the sidelines or fighting alongside on a virtual battlefield, these friends proved to be a cherished part of his life.
It was only recently that we learned he enjoyed composing music, going so far as to include writing rap songs. Additionally, he possessed expertise in developing visually compelling content for digital marketing. He frequently received online contracts for his services on behalf of other individuals.
Kyle will always be remembered for his gentle manner and kind soul and how he cared for others first. We couldn't have asked for a better person in our lives, and he will be missed every day. His memory will live on in the hearts of all those who loved him.
Kyle was preceded in death by his great grandmother, Melba Ruth Die, of Lumberton and is survived by his grandparents, Terry and Tommie Barnes, his mother, Shalanda Caudillo, his brother, Bryson Cart, along with extended family, including aunts, uncles, and cousins.
A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held this Sunday, November 5, at 6 p.m. at Lumberton Family Funeral Home.