Kyle McAtty Death, Obituary – Lewiston was the location of Kyle Lee McAtty’s home. On the 8th of January, 2023, he passed away quietly at home, surrounded by his loved ones and close friends. Kyle’s age was 38 at the time. He was born to parents Walter “Nim” McAtty and Teri Sampson Littleman on June 11, 1984, in Lewiston, which is located in the state of Maine. Additionally, he took great pride in the fact that he had defeated John Stockton’s son in a game and later met him at the Spokane Hoopfest. Kyle was a loving uncle to all of his nieces and nephews, and he cherished the one-of-a-kind bond he shared with each one of them.
He spent a lot of time at his grandmother’s house when he was growing up in Clarkston, where he also made a number of acquaintances who became lifelong companions. Because he was so attached to his grandma Sophia, his family affectionately referred to him as “her baby.” Even though Chiefy and Junior enjoyed frightening him due to the fact that he was one of the younger brothers, there was a strong bond between all six of them. Lewiston was home for Kyle, who shared his home with Erin Johns and her daughter, Daisy. When they were all together, Kyle’s family enjoyed a wonderful time together. His loved ones and friends all had a very fond memory of him.
Kyle is survived by his mother and stepfather, Teri and Art Littleman; his brothers Benjamin Sampson, David (Kinnadee) Samuels, and Wesley (Janie) Sampson; his aunts and uncles, Becky LaCourse, Tana and Tuss Bill, Edward Cowapoo, Adrian McAtty, and Suzanne McAtty; and all of his dearly loved cousins, nieces, and nephews. Kyle passed away on April 15, On his mother’s side, his great-grandparents were Abel and Stella McAtt, and his grandparents were Walter and Laveda McAtty. His paternal grandparents were Walter and Laveda McAtty. A memorial service is scheduled to take place tonight at the Pi-Nee-Waus Community Center in Lapwai at 6 o’clock in the evening. On Wednesday, at ten in the morning, there will be a memorial ceremony for him at Pi-Nee-Waus. After the service, he will be laid to rest in the Spalding Cemetery.