We lost a husband, father, and friend on Monday while walking his dog in his neighborhood. While he was crossing the street at a crosswalk he was struck by a driver making a left turn that did not see him. He was rushed to the hospital but passed away due to traumatic head injuries.
Kyle was one of a kind. His love for life was . . . well simply amazing! He embraced all aspects of life. Kyle loved to weave a good story. He was a true "Story Teller" and used his story telling talent in most everything he did from presentations at Microsoft to sitting around a campfire at a boys scout outing.
Kyle always had a smile as wide as the sky and when he laughed, it was truly contagious so we all joined in. He was one that didn't mind putting himself out there just to make others smile and laugh. We shall miss Kyle dearly and will remember him always. We will see his essence in many things that we say and do. We ask for continuous prayers for all who have been touched by Kyle.
Many have asked how to help. One way is to donate to his family during this difficult time. There will be many unexpected costs. Giving in this way will have an immediate positive impact on the next few days and weeks. Anything above what is needed to get through this time will be used for the college expenses for the boys.