Kyle Benjamin Button, 28

Kyle Benjamin Button, 28, of Winamac, IN passed away unexpectedly at his home on Monday, November 16, 2020.  Kyle was born on September 21, 1992 in Crawfordsville, IN to Jerry Ray Button and Connie Howard.  He attended Winamac High School.  Kyle was a very hard worker and was currently employed as a welder with Grand Industrial in Logansport, IN.  He did everything he could to provide for his family and would do anything for anyone.  Kyle loved spending time with his family and friends.  He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed racing.  Kyle was a loving dad, son, and brother.  He loved with all of his heart and will be sadly missed.


He is survived by:

Billijean Rains, Winamac, IN Fiancée 

Levi Button, Winamac, IN Son

Kinley Button, Winamac, IN Daughter

Quinton Schick, Winamac, IN Step Son

William Leo Rains, Jr., Winamac, IN Step Son

Connie Howard Witt, Winamac, IN Mother

Jerry Ray Button, Winamac, IN Father

Douglas Scott Witt, Crawfordsville, IN Step Father

Krista (Travis) Wolford, Winamac, IN Sister

Kolt (fiancée: Stacey Newlin) Witt, Winamac, IN Brother

Lisa Wilson, Ora, IN Sister

Keisha Wright, Delong, IN Sister

Irene Swanson, Knox, IN Maternal Grandmother

Lloyd Jackie and Phyllis Howard, Knox, IN Maternal Grandfather

Jerry and Janet Button, Winamac, IN Paternal Grandparents

Jeannine Whitington, Crawfordsville, IN Paternal Step Grandmother

Several Nieces and Nephews

Many Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins




Preceded in death by:

Robert Lee Howard-Button, Brother

Jeremy Scott Button, Infant Brother

Bentley Wayne Button, Infant Nephew 

Jack Whitington, Paternal Step Grandfather

Lloyd “Buster” Howard, Uncle

Deborah Roberts, Aunt



Visitation will be from 4-8 PM EST on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at Frain Mortuary in Winamac, IN.


Private Burial will take place at Mt. Zion-Franklin Township Cemetery in Winamac, IN.


Memorial Contributions may be made to the family.


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Arrangements have been entrusted to Frain Mortuary in Winamac, IN.

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