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John "Kyle" Daggett Obituary
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May 30, 2008
Dear Colleen, Jack, Kendall, Paul,

Our hearts go out to you and all your family! Please know that we will not forget! Have peace in knowing that Kyle is with Jesus! We continue to pray for all of your family! Know that Kyle is a Hero and will be greatly missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Sincerely,
Denise Vaughn & Family
Austin, Texas
May 30, 2008
To the Family of Kyle Daggett,
I was good friends with Kyle back in High School; we used to hang out during lunch everyday. I can remember the many great times we had out of school too: like sneaking into the Scottsdale Princess with girls so we could go hot tubbing and riding around in the desert. There was this one time Kyle, me, and a couple of our close buddies met at Kyle's house to play airsoft (like paintball only with BBs) and ended up getting BBs all over the house. Kyle will always be in my heart... he was a true caring friend, the brother I never had, and I'll never forget the times we had together. He is also a warrior, protector, brother in arms, and a hero who is now in the caring hands of God. I am truly blessed to have had the opportunity to know Kyle. My deepest condolences and continual prayers go out to you; I can only imagine what you must be going through. Kyle will be greatly missed by many and his spirit lives on forever, especially in the hearts of those who knew him. I know Kyle is at peace now and he is happy; he smiles upon us.
May 30, 2008
To the Daggett and Czaplicki Families as well as Megan,
My family and I send our prayers and deepest condolences for your loss. As many have posted, I too grew up with Kyle, as everyone did in Cave Creek. Our community has definitely suffered a huge loss, a loss we had prayed would never happen as we passed by those signs on Cave Creek Road. His heart and passion for life was extraordinary. I cannot thank Kyle enough for his courage to be so strong, to stand up and be a true hero. We are deeply sorry for your loss. Kyle you will be missed. Rest in Peace. God Bless.
May 30, 2008
I met Kyle many years ago when he would come over to our home and play paintball with my son and his freind Adam. He was then, and now, a truly wonderful young man. Words cannot express how deeply I feel for you in your hours of brevement. Take solace in the fact that he is with God watching over you with love and affection. He was and always will be our hero. Our gratitude as Americans will forever profound. May God Bless You!
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