Edna "Dolly" Kyle

October 14, 1928 - February 5, 2021

Dolly passed away Friday, 02/05/2021 at the age of 92.
She was preceded in death by her mother and stepfather, Myrtle (George) Class, husband, Preston Kyle, daughter, Pattie Capurro.
She leaves behind her son, Tom (Myrna) Jones, daughter, Andrea Baisch (Don Rogne), grandsons, Tad (Julie) Capurro, Thomas Jones, Preston Jones, step grandchildren, JD (Suzy) Countryman and Tammy Scott, along with many great grandchildren.
No matter how you remember Dolly; as a waitress at “Leno’s Steakhouse”, bartender at “Frankie’s Club”, Keno runner at both the “Sagebrush” and the “Nugget” maybe when she owned the “Corral Bar”, or later as a phone operator for CC Communications or when she and Preston owned the Fallon Golf Club, wrote and published her book “You Can’t come Back for Seconds” in her 80’s. Some may remember her when she dressed up as a clown for parades and such, or the time she dressed up as “Santa” and she rode in a helicopter into Kent’s parking lot.
At her request, there will be no services. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the family will not hold a “Celebration of Life” until the restrictions are lifted and we can spread her ashes in the mountains of Yerington.
However you remember her we are sure that you have stories to tell and memories to hold onto. She always said that she “Never met a stranger”. With love and thanks for the memories.