Moultrie Observer


April 11, 2011

Kyle Andrew Hiers

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Kyle Andrew Hiers, 42, of Birmingham and formerly of Moultrie, died Friday, April 8, 2011.

Funeral services will be held at noon Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at Southern Heritage Funeral Home in Pelham, Ala.. Burial will be in Southern Heritage Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m.-noon Wednesday prior to the funeral.

Kyle was an All-American tennis player at the University of West Florida. He was a beloved father, son, husband, brother and friend, family members said.

Survivors include his wife Tanya Hiers; four children, Riley, Mary Madison, Kyle Noah and Hamilton Hiers; his parents, Linda and Mitchell Hiers of Moultrie; brothers Mitchell, Eric, Brendan and Nathaniel Hiers; a sister, Stephanie Chitty; a grandmother, Margaret Hiers.

Memorials may be made to a scholarship fund that has been set up for his children at Services First Bank, Birmingham.

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