Kyle LeHotta Obituary, Death – On April 7, 2023, 18-year-old Kyle Okoye LeHotta of Independence, Missouri went dead.
The time for visitors is set between noon to 1:30 pm. Independence, Missouri, on April 22, 2023, at Royer’s New Salem Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. On September 10, 2004, in St. Louis, Missouri, Kyle Soberalski was born to parents Kyle
Soberalski and Tara Cochran. Calvin and Shannon (Bryant) LeHotta are Kyle’s biological parents. In the world of wrestling, he was a major player. He would rather play the role of a clown than any other. Kyle has a penchant for entertainment media. He rooted hard for the Chiefs and the Royals. He followed every conceivable sporting event. Despite seldom watching sports, he was familiar with their statistics. Kyle cared deeply about others and enjoyed making them happy. As a true auto enthusiast, he had his photo shot next to each
vehicle in the Branson Automobile Museum. Kyle didn’t need to do any extra studying because he was so bright. Despite his enormous cheeseburger obsession, he never put on weight. He applied to the Fort Osage CTC’s Fire Fighters program his sophomore year and was accepted. Kyle always gave his all to the endeavors he undertook. After years of being the best brother and friend to Kylie and Dominic
and the best big brother in the world, he finally earned his cauliflower ear as a “trophy” in the world of professional wrestling. His goals were not impossible to achieve. Kyle gave his all to almost every endeavor, except for tidying his room. Kyle has taken over as our guardian. Until we are back in each other’s arms.
Kylieanna LeHotta, Dominic LeHotta, Karlyanna Cochran, Colton Randall, Jordan Bittiker, Jr., Donald & Christine Bryant, Patricia LeHotta, Todd Hurtado, Gene Stein, Carolyn Barkley, and a plethora of aunts, uncles, and cousins are among those who will miss Kyle dearly. Family-submitted obituary.