Kyle Frank Mauk

1996 – 2020Mauk, Kyle obit pic

In life you get lucky enough to meet life altering people. You get lucky enough to live beside and ride the life train with people that you know are part of a greater good.

Kyle Frank Mauk, better known as Bubby, Kiddo, Frank, Frankie, Mauktrot, Brother, and a warrior. He had a smile that lit up every room he walked into. Kyle Frank made everyone he spoke to feel loved.

Kyle is survived by his parents, Glandy and Jenifer Gani, his sister Cambrie all of Edmond; his grandfather Richard Price of Alva; his Oma Hilwiah Gani of Jakarta, Indonesia and Levi Veitch of Oklahoma City. He is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, brothers, scout “moms” and friends.

Kyle is preceded in death by his great grandparents Frank and Florence Sorter of Forgan; his Opa Kosasih Gani of Jakarta, Indonesia; and grandmother Joanne Price of Alva.

Kyle honorably served in the US Army 10th Mountain Division and was deployed in Afghanistan.

Kyle made an immeasurable impact on those he met. He was a mentor to many, a best friend to more, a brother and “son” to even more. Most important, the best Bubby any Squirt could have. Until we see you again, rest easy sweet boy.

A pubic visitation will be held at Matthews Funeral Home on Friday, October 16th from 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. with the family greeting friends from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M., and on Saturday, October 17th  from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

A service to Celebrate Kyle’s life will be held Saturday October 17, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. at Matthews Funeral Home in Edmond, Oklahoma with interment to follow at Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but feel they should not due to health regulations.  To watch the service CLICK HERE to go to our YouTube page.


  1. Jen, my heart continues to break for you, Glandy and Brie. I will never forget how much you loved Scouting with Kyle, how you beamed with pride anytime you talked about his cross country meets, his Eagle Scout project, or his decision to join the military. He will always be a hero to me.

  2. Many Prayers for you family Jen … God Bless you and comfort all of you during this time

  3. Kyle was a cherished “Husky” at ENHS during his high school years! He was a valued member of our XC/track team! We loved Kyle very much! Always remember “once a Husky always a Husky”! RIP Kyle!

  4. Kyle was a treat to know! Watching him and Casey grow through the years was nothing less than an adventure. From time at the beach each summer to their Eagle Scout ceremony we witnessed his kindness, humor and intelligence as he grew in to a man we were very proud to know. We are sad to say goodbye to him and pray your memories will surround you with love and comfort as you navigate through this difficult time.

  5. The summer wind came blowin’ in from across the sea
    It lingered there, to touch your hair and walk with me
    All summer long we sang a song and then we strolled that golden sand
    Two sweethearts and the summer wind
    Like painted kites, those days and nights they went flyin’ by
    The world was new beneath a blue umbrella sky
    Then softer than a piper man, one day it called to you
    I lost you, I lost you to the summer wind
    The autumn wind, and the winter winds they have come and gone
    And still the days, those lonely days, they go on and on
    And guess who sighs his lullabies through nights that never end
    My fickle friend, the summer wind
    Thank you Kiddo

    Frank Mendoza

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