Kyle Logan Volk, age 23, of Salado, passed away on Tuesday, June 27, 2023.
Kyle was the cherished son of Robbie Volk and Tina Emery Volk of Salado. Born on October 22, 1999 in Temple. He shared a strong bond with his siblings, Ashley Volk and her boyfriend, Jake Ellis of Belton, Dakota Volk and his girlfriend Katie Carnahan of Temple, and Ryan Volk of Salado. He adored his Papa, Bob Volk of Killeen, his aunts, his uncles, his nieces, his nephew, his cousins, and his dogs, Daisy and Luna.
He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Jean “Gema” Volk, his uncle, J.R. Emery, and his beloved dog, Bailey.
Kyle graduated from Salado High School. After high school he worked for Johnny's Steak and BBQ in Salado. He really enjoyed taking care of his local community and the friendships he made while working there. In 2021 he joined the Bell County Sheriff's Department as a correctional officer. He was proud of his work and took his responsibilities seriously. His colleagues at the department became his second family. He was excited about his future and had started exploring his journey to becoming a police officer. He was known for his kindness and generosity and for his infectious joy and humor. Kyle will be missed dearly by all who knew him.
Besides his work, Kyle was known for his love for Star Wars. Especially The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch. His enthusiasm for the series was infectious, and he would often introduce it to others with an energy that was hard to match. The series was also reflective of his personality - adventurous, brave, and ever ready to explore the unknown. He also enjoyed gaming with his friends and brothers on Xbox.
A memorial service for Kyle will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, July 12, 2023 at 3c Cowboy Fellowship in Salado with Pastor Brian Miller officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Bell County Animal Shelter in his honor at 2509 S Loop 121, Belton TX 76513 or by phone at 254-933-6780
Though he left us too soon, the memory of Kyle Logan Volk will continue to inspire and live on in our hearts. We remember Kyle not for the manner of his death but for the way he lived his life - full of courage, love, and passion. "The Force will be with you always."- Obi-Wan