Kylie Ann Prior-Overman

Kylie Ann Prior-Overman
January 10, 1972 – October 13, 2016

Kylie Ann Prior-Overman, aged 44, went to heaven on Thursday 13 October 2016. After almost five years, she finally lost her courageous, hard fought, battle with cancer. During that time she coped with seemingly never-ending pain as the cancer spread. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.
Kylie was born on 10 January 1972 in Belfast, Northern Ireland and followed her parents to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where her father took a position at LSU. She attended Christian Life Academy there, before relocating again this time to Halifax Nova Scotia where she completed high school and attended Mount St Vincent’s University and subsequently completed her nursing training.

In 1996 she moved again, this time to College Station where she was a medical supervisor at Westgate Biologicals.
After relatively short stays in Gulfport, Mississippi, and Austin, she began treatment for cancer at MD Anderson in 2012. She finally returned in 2014 to College Station with her son, Aedan, the apple of her eye, and her parents. In November 2015 MD Anderson warned that metastases meant that she might only live another six to twelve months. She almost made it to the maximum.

Kylie will be remembered by all who knew her as a quiet, kind, self-effacing person, devoted to her son, being amply rewarded by his energy, and his outgoing and affectionate nature.

Kylie is survived by her son Aedan Cameron Prior- Overman, father Dr. David B. Prior, her mother Anny McKeown Prior, and by her brother Jonathan Lamont Prior, sister-in-law Amanda, niece Bailee and nephew Blake, plus relatives in Ireland and Canada.

The family suggests that memorials be directed to Aggieland Cowboy Fellowship, 4119 Greens Prairie Road, College Station, Texas 77845, or Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 W. 26th Street, Bryan, Texas 77803.

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  1. I only heard today about Kylie’s untimely departure from this earthly body. I worked with Kylie at West gate Biological for many years. She was a remarkable person. I am so honored to have known her. I wish to express my deep heartfelt sympathy to all of her family. Rest in peace Kylie, rest in peace! Diana Lara

  2. Your parents and Aedan are in our thoughts and prayers. You not any pain any longer and have gained you wings.

  3. Julianne and I were so sorry to hear that Kylie’s time had come. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and Aedan. May God bless you with his peace. Kylie will never be forgotten.

  4. To my dearest friend.i miss you dearly and didn’t get a chance to say goodbye.i will always remember you young and beautiful and kind.we shared great times together,worked together. I will miss you greatly.

  5. I had wanted to catch up with Kylie and was sad to hear that she finally lost her battle. But what a fighter she was! My son KC just adores Aedan and has asked about him. If there is anything we can do to help or if he could use a friend we would be glad to help. Blessings to your family. Pat

  6. I’m just now hearing about Kylie. She was one of my favourite clients. Always so sweet and gentle and always with a smile. She will be missed

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