Levi Kyle Olson, passed away on July 31, 2022 in Rocky Boy, Montana. Kyle was 28 years old, born on December 31, 1993 to Teresa Olson and Tomas Garcia at Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point, Montana. Later adopted and raised by his loving Grandparents, Margaret and Levi Olson.
Kyle was educated in Poplar Schools, Rocky Boy High School, and Rocky Mountain College. Kyle loved sports; playing football, basketball, cross country, track, and golf as a kid. His first found love for a sport was football until he later caught interest in running, which he excelled at. Kyle quickly made his impact in Cross Country as he holds record times in Glasgow and Poplar, his senior year in Rocky Boy, Kyle became a State Champion Cross Country distance runner. After graduation, Kyle received a scholarship from Rocky Mountain College in 2013 and went for a semester to later find his soulmate Charlee Dezerae Huntley when returning to Rocky Boy, they had two beautiful children named Levi Krosston Olson, born May 18, 2015; Kai’leigh Lynn Olson, born August 30, 2016. Kyle easily adjusted to become the adoring father he was set out to be when he started working for the Northern Winz Casino to provide for his new angelic family. Kyle then searched for hobbies living with Wanita Deserly and Lije Huntley, the parents of Charlee. That’s when Kyle met Dennis St. Marks, who was like a father figure to him, showed Kyle how to hunt, fish and even opened his eyes to the world which made Kyle appreciative for the little things. Kyle had a new passion to become a cop and made it his mission, he started working as a correctional officer at the Rocky Boy Police Department on August 30, 2016. Kyle did not get to be a cop but fulfilled every second working.
Kyle is survived by his grandma, Margaret Olson of Poplar; brothers, Skylar, Tanner, Zander Parisian and Claude Olson; children, Krosston and Kai’leigh Olson; girlfriend, Charlee Huntley; Uncle Emerson Menz, Cousins, Garrett, Levi III, Terri Lynn Olson of Rocky Boy, MT and Orlando Olson of Great Falls, MT. nieces & nephews, Leo and Riedon Parisian, Mariyanna Parisian. Great Grandma’s Margaret Red Boy and Yvette White Hawk-Todd. Grandpa’s Robert Olson, Sr., Keith Olson, Sr., Lester Menz, Sr., Allen (Curtis) Menz, Sr., Irvin Olson, Sr., Clarence Longtree, Jr., Bernard & Malcolm Good Bird, Grandma’s Julia Young & Jonelle (Todd) Menz-White, Pauline Granbois, Tara & Valerie Longtree,& Maureen (Brad) Grayhawk, Aunts & Uncles, Sandra, Robert and Ronalee Carpentier, Myron & Robbie Olson, Les Olge, Michael (Danelle) Olson, Judith (James) Olson, Kenny Olson, Jr., Linda, Jennie, Tyson, Marlin and Corvette Olson, Kristina Smith, Timmy Decoteau, Amanda, Keith, Jr., Jennifer and Christopher Youpee, Elaine Scott, Laurel Michael, Lester,Jr., Leslie, Samuel & Shalane Menz, Raymond, Heather, Victoria, Wanye, Erica and Maggie Olson, John, Curtis, Corey, Kristopher and Melanie Menz, Steven, Tracey, Alice, Rachel and Oscar White, Grandma & Grandpa’s, Evron, Jr., Nanette (Wayne), & Tamara Davis, Sherwin Myrick, Raquel (Wes,Sr,) White Hawk, Jeremiah Davis, Darrell Todd, Jr., Gabe Garfield, Sr., Adrien Good Shield, Wacey & Wesley Greybull, Jr., Michael & Charles Longtree, Misty Iron Leggins, Christina & Christopher Longtree, Phillip and Meredith (Kirby) Granbois, Clarence III, Lori, Clinton, & Janet, Tracie, Vanessa, Jennifer & Ressa Longtree, Randy, Daris, Carter & Andrew Firemoon, Deanne & Thomas Youngman, Jr., Clarice & Darwin Longtree, Jennifer, Yvette & Jesse Davis, Evadna Red Boy, Faron & Arlin Hapa.
He was preceded in death by his Mother Teresa Lynn Olson, Uncle Levi Terrance Olson, Jr., Cousin Aaron Lyle Olson, Great-Great Grandma Minnie Bearskin, Raquel Young, Jennie Lester-Davis, & Eleanor Muskrat, Great-Great Grandpa Claude Bearskin, Great Grandpa Victor Bearskin & Malcolm Muskrat, Grandpas Edward bearskin, Lester Davis, Sr., Sherwin Davis, Evron Davis,Sr., Kenneth Olson, Sr., Dennis Longtree, Maria Youngman & Kay Longtree, Robert Longtree, Sr., Kevin Longtree, Sr., Stanley Longtree & Gordon Good Bird, Olivia & Stephanie Longtree, Frank, Jr., & Michael Hapa, Sr., Uncles, Carlon Longtree, Clifford Granbois, Anrea Davis, Robert Longtree, Jr., Gerald Young, Charlynn Carpentier, Harlen Walking Eagle, Daniel McKay.
Sorry if we forgot anybody, it wasn’t intentional, for we have a very large family.
Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel has been entrusted with arrangements. Condolences for the family may be left using the form below.
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Barbara Perry says
Kyle was my favorite person when he went to school here. I’m going to miss him, even tho I hardly saw him. Sincere sympathy for Margaret and his family. Rest in peace my buddy!
MIKE&DANELLE OLSON says
RIP and Have a safe Journey my nephew Until we meet again Doka Sa Aka My Nephew
Well meet again..
It was a pleasure to have known you Kyle.! Until we meet again….rest in peace.! Prayers Margaret, Emerson, and the rest of his family.!
Cheryl Eagleman says
Kyles smile was just like his mommas.. we had lots of laughs together when he was in school. My deepest sympathies to Margaret, Em and to all that loved him…
John and Stacey says
Pleasure to know Kyle as he was a very talented athlete w lots of determination! His jr year of HS he ran for Poplar and finished 2nd at State B x country meet. Quite a feat for his first year of competitive running! The next year he came back more determined and won the State B title for Rockyboy HS. He also set the State B track 3200 meter Divisional record which still stands today! Went on to run in college and was always a pleasure to visit with whenever we ran into him. Our condolences to his grandmother and brothers and rest of the family.
So hard to believe your gone…you will always be in our hearts forever Kyle. Dennis thought the word of you…prayed he was waiting for you to guide you to the other side. Thank you for sharing your babies with me especially Levi he was a big help with his heart when I lost my husband. No worries now. Be seeing you later my nephew!
Karen Anderson says
I and my family remember Kyle as a happy go lucky caring person. He really enjoyed his work here in Rocky boy at the correctional facility. Thoughtful, comical and just an overall good person. He’s going to be missed especially with that light up smile he had. Take care in heaven Kyle. RIP condolences to his family friends and relatives.