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Kylie Ernestina Duron
November 2, 2014 ~ June 19, 2018 (age 3)
Kylie Ernestina Duron passed away Tuesday, June 18, 2018 at the tender age of 3.
Princess Kylie was born November 2, 2014 in Bryan to Josh and Brenda Duron, but she and big brother Joshua lived in College Station. Her parents are owners of Duron Transportation. Kylie loved her Bubba Josh and enjoyed watching him play baseball. Kylie was a sassy, rough and tough little girl with a beautiful, sweet smile.
Miss Sassy and Bossy, Kylie liked being the princess of the family. She loved to dance and have her nails polished. Her Cabbage Patch dolls Bertha and Bella were always with her. She always had her hand on her hips and could talk you into anything and always got her way…. one of her phrases being “I don’t want to.” No matter what her parents would ask her, she would say “huh” but then could recite every word said right back at them. Just walking into the room, she would light it up – she made sure you knew she was there.
Even though she loved being the princess, she could also be rough and tough and did not mind getting dirty. She loved to play in the bathtub, but not actually take a bath. Kylie would say, “Damn it!” Her momma would say, “what did you say little girl?! and Kylie would say, “”I said dang it mom.” She watched YouTube and was a big Dallas Cowboys and Longhorns fan. No matter where they were: at Skybreak Church, the mall, or a birthday party, whenever Kylie would cut one loose, she would say out loud, ”Mom, I farted” then cover her little mouth. She made everyone laugh.
From the age of one until now, Kylie went to Brazos Valley Kids Academy. She loved to paint and eat there and always went back for seconds! Whenever her grandparents Linda and Daniel would pick her up from daycare, she would always say, “We’re going to McDonald’s, right?”
Kylie loved being on an airplane, and she had already racked up quite a few frequent flier miles. She had been to Puerto Rico and San Francisco. She really loved going to Chick-fil-a and Wings ‘n More. She loved food!
Kylie is survived by her loving parents Josh and Brenda Duron, her brother Josh Duron, her grandparents Daniel and Linda Espiriqueta and Manuel Luna, her aunts and uncles Bobby and Maria Duron, Michael and Tina Rocha, Tony and Monica Luna, Manuel and Cecilia Luna, Ernesto and Alesha Ramirez, Janie Martinez, and Mike and Erica Byer, as well as numerous cousins, great aunts, and great uncles. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Jessie and Ernestina Duron, her Uncle Gregg Duron, and her cousin Bobby “BJ” Duron.
All have been cordially invited to a Royal Celebration for Princess Kylie at Hillier Funeral Home of COLLEGE STATION on Friday, June 22, 2018, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. The Celebration will continue on Saturday, June 23, 2018, at 10:00 AM also at Hillier Funeral Home of COLLEGE STATION followed by a Royal Motorcade to St. Mary's Cemetery in Hearne and then a reception at St. Mary's Parish Activity Center. By Royal Decree... Pink and Lavender attire is encouraged.