Our precious Andrew Kyler Wyatt Wiltrout was born 3-11-16 to his mommy, Ashley, and big sissy, Rylee. On 4-14-16, we lost our sweet baby to the same malady that took his big brother, Logan Andrew, in 2014: SUIDS.
Andrew was named after two of Ashley’s favorite people: his big brother, Logan Andrew Wiltrout, and his cousin, Kyler Cain. In his short four weeks of life, Andrew lit up the lives of his family. He could make the biggest scowls in the world to smiling the biggest smile all within minutes. He loved being packed around by his sister, Rylee, and his cousins Chloe and Colton. He loved to snuggle with his mommy and have his special time every morning and every night with his nana. He looked so much like his Poopah Dave. Auntie M gave him his first bath and his first trip was to go to his Auntie Kiki’s baby shower. We miss him every second of every day since he left.
Andrew was preceded in death by his brother, Logan; great-grandfathers Ernest Poyer and Roger Wiltrout, Sr., as well as his great-grandmother Betty Pippin.
Andrew is survived by his mommy, Ashley; sister, Rylee; Nana, Susan; and Poopah, Dave. He is also survived by his Auntie “M” Michelle (Wayne), Auntie “Kiki” Katy (Jarred), Auntie Amy, and special Auntie Karrolyn; as well as close cousins Kyler (Alissa), Chloe, Colton, and new cousin Cid. Other close relatives left behind are his great-aunts and uncles Lisa and Emery Woolsey, Greg and Rita Gibson, Sonny Pippin, and Sherrie Omdahl, as well as great-great-great aunt and uncle Bill and Elma Gunstone, all of Helena; great-grandmother Phyllis Jobes, Courtland, Ohio; Aunt Cathy (Phil) of Saxonburg, Pa.; Aunt Lori (Cliff) of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Aunt Tracy (Bob) of Cortland, Ohio; and Uncle Chip (Kim) of Mecca, Ohio; as well as many others too important to forget but too many to name.
We would like to thank the Billings Police Department, EMTs, and Fire Department, as well as St. Vincent ER staff, for their quick arrival and valiant efforts to save Andrew. Their kindness and thoroughness will always be appreciated. Suggested remembrances are to the Ramsey Keller Memorial (www.kisses2heaven.com) or First Candle (http://www.firstcandle.org/) in Andrew’s name.