Kyle Willis Betts

Kyle Willis Betts

With sadness we announce the passing of Kyle Willis Betts of League City, TX on July 5, 2023.  He was born in Beaumont, TX on April 5, 1978.

Kyle attended Clear Creek ISD and graduated from Parkview Baptist School. He was Baptized in 1987 at Tusculum Hills Baptist Church in Nashville TN.  Kyle enlisted in the US Coast Guard and Honorably Discharged in 1999. He was a long-term electrician and member of IBEW 479 in Beaumont, TX.  He had a passion for working on electrical projects in the Beaumont, Houston, and SE Texas areas.

Kyle supported NA and AA.  According to Nova Recovery Center “He was a great House Manager that helped a lot of men stay sober and on the right path at Nova Recovery Center in Houston, TX.”

Kyle is survived by his Father, Milton Eddy Betts (Victoria Betts) of League City, TX; Mother Carita Cook (Jesse Kohut) of Albuquerque, NM; Sister Amy Martin (Adam Martin) of Kountze, TX; Nieces Alexis Boettcher, Danielle French Clark (Travis Clark); Nephews Michael Lee (Shea Lee) and Trevor French; Great Nieces Arianna Bonner and Aurora Lee.

Kyle enjoyed the outdoors, being by the water, fishing, soaking in the sun, golf, cooking/grilling, playing video games and reading. He loved music. Some of his favorite bands were 311, Sublime, and Korn. Music was often his therapy. Driving and listening to music with the windows down in his Dodge truck was a daily occurrence. Kyle always wanted to feel free. His best times being free was when he was riding his motorcycle.  After a long work week, he’d get on his Harley and just ride. We all know that is what he is doing now.

A Memorial is planned at Walter Hall Park, League City, TX on Saturday, July 15, 2023 between 11 am and 2 pm.


In lieu of flowers the family request donations in memory of Kyle Betts to:

AA, NA, and Disabled American Veterans (DAV)




  1. Rest in Peace, cousin! Fun childhood memories, especially when y’all joined us and pepaw at the beach in Galveston. Love you!

    April Didrikson
  2. My son,
    You are my heart and soul, my inspiration and the strengths of my existence. I have witnessed the greatness’s you accomplished. I’m so proud of you for the man you became. You brought laughter, happiness, truth, and wisdom to share with others.

    I’ll see you again.

    Love Dad

    M E Betts
  3. There are no words for the absence I feel in my heart here without you. We were always there for each other in ways no one else could be, or understood how to be. You understood! You loved! You laughed! And I felt all of that in my soul. I wish I could say “missing you” really describes it. But it never will. Thank you for the laughs and for showing me what real, raw, strength really looks like. Hug Ma for me and swing by when you can. I love you sweets. Forever & Always. -Your favorite cousin


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