I usually stayed in the background not really saying anything, but R.I.P Kyle and my true condolences to his family. I think a lot of us knows how it feels to lose a loved one expeiailly family member.
I do not really know Kyle, but still consider him a friend, so I am still torn up inside and this is one very sad day for all the LH communities out there.
I know the pic is a big one but it seemed to fit.. Also god stated it was his time to go and has special plans for him up in heaven.
I cant say that I really knew Kyle. but seems like everyone really enjoyed his company.. I feel your pain through the posts..Would have been nice to have met him.. R.I.P. .. It regret not knowing you personally.
I wish I was better with stuff like this.. but I cant seem to find the words .. You will be remembered and loved by many
what i learned last year and it still holds true, others let go to allow others to live. He wouldnt have left us unless there was a reason. your gonna be missed buddy. I just found out a bit ago, and.. im still in shock...
There is nothing more that Kyle loved than Di.net and all of his car-guy friends. Your words, thoughts and prayers have touched me and Troy and we will hold them dearly as we try to get through the darkest hours without him. Words can not express how gratefully thankful I am that all of you helped in mentoring him in learning about 'treps. My heart is aching, and I miss him so much. I am thankful all of you were part of his life. Thank you, Jeanne Meyer, Mega-treps mom
I am fighting back the tears as I speak, but I do not like quoting movies if I can help it, but one part of the movie "Gladiator" comes to my mind:
At the end of the movie when the Lucilla is talking Gracchus, here is a twist on it:
He was a member and a friend of the LH communities. Honor him. (Original Quote "He was a soldier of Rome. Honor him. ")
Still though my thoughts and condolenses go out to Kyles family and his memory and wisdom on here will cherish for a very long time...
In the infamous words, Go with God my brother and do not be afraid of your new home...
Wow, I cant believe he is gone. I've never met him, but by his posts he seemed to be a great person. He has helped me out several times on here. He was so young, its too bad I didn't get to know him. They say the good die young, why I do not know. My best regards to his family.
Last edited by quietzephyr; 07-19-2010 at 12:32 AM.
I have not cried in a long time, until today. Rest in peace my friend.
I can't hold back the tears either doug,
even tho Ive never met kyle in person, he helped me soo much, was always nice to me & always had great advice. he was such a great member of our community, our big family. his loss is tragic. may he rest in peace.
Coming from the underground to say.......that simply life is too short. To see someone only 6 years younger than myself pass away is just a damn shame. RIP Kyle.....http://www.facebook.com/ZnR1010 My condolences to his family. I know this is just an internet forum, but enjoy your loved ones guys. Step away from the computer every now and then.....you never know what what may happen tommorow.