Reyna Lee Lytle, 58, of Polson, MT left to be on a warm beach where she could rest from her courageous battle with breast cancer.
Reyna was born in Twin Falls ID December 19th ,1962. Her years growing up in Twin Falls were filled with family adventures and sharing time with many friends. She had a smile that lit up the room and drew you in.
Working at The Paris and detailing cars for her Dad at Canyon Motors Subaru. Enjoying weekends snow skiing and driving her yellow Bug around with her little brother tucked in the back.
After three years of college Reyna’s passion for fashion led her to Ketchum ID. to become the buyer for Ketchum Dry Goods. She later moved on to Santa Fe NM to expand her creative talent in designing and selling southwest home decor. Reyna was a talented artisan who created beautiful jewelry with a personal flair, selling her incredible pieces in many venues. Her unique sense of style and artistic talent gave her a fulfilling career path of joining work and adventure, never hesitating to open a new door.
Reyna landed in Polson MT where she could fulfill her love of the beautiful mountains, lakes, her horses and her dogs. She loved the open space and fresh air until her final chapter. Montana brought her closer to her younger sister Jenifer whom she adored. They shared a unique and very special bond throughout their lives. , Jen never left Reyna’s side during the final weeks of her illness, providing special care above and beyond to her sister.
Her final days spent in Twin Falls were full of love and support, surrounded by family and dear friends. Special thanks to her dear friends Kim and Katie for the time spent in her final weeks. Also we would like to thank Heritage Home’s staff for being such support and a special thank you to her nurse Lisa.
Reyna is survived by her parents Lowell and Koelean Lytle, sister Jenifer Lytle and her brother Jeff Lytle(Delaney}. She was preceded in death by her nephew Casey Lytle, and her grandparents on both sides.
Arrangements for a gathering to celebrate a wonderful life that left us too soon will be at a later date.