The world has lost a wonderful man and a very devoted father. My thoughts are always with Kristy, Mary and Rachel.
I was absolutely devastated when I heard that Kyle had passes away. I remember Kyle as the most brilliant individual that I was ever privileged to know. Kyle was also one of the bravest men I have ever known. The way he handled MS was truly inspirational. His attitude never waivered he was always a joy to be around. I truly regret not spending more time with Kyle. My God grant Kyle a place of green pasture and refreshment where there is no sorrow or suffering. May his memory be eternal.
Too my dear friend Poly. I will cherish all of the wonderful memories of our youth. God bless you and your family. Good by my friend, I will always remember you.
To all the family
My deepest Condolences, and may God
protect and keep his wife and
children safe through the rest of their lives.
I worked with Tom for many years. I am sorry for your loss.
Kyle was my cousin, friend, confidant, and role model in so many ways. He was the truest example of unconditional love that I have ever witnessed. Eventhough I feel both lucky and blessed that he was so much a part of my life and who I am, the sadness I feel when I realize that I will no longer see his warm smile or share in his laughter, overwhelms me.
Kyle taught me what it means to persevere, to believe, and to have faith. My love of art, culture, and music was inspired by Kyle, teaching me that all of these things are for us to experience and not just to admire. Just being near him gave me a richer sense the world and my place in connection to it. There are no words to describe the magnitude of how much his life had touched mine.
I love you Kyle and my life will not be the same without you. I will miss you every day and pray that the truth and wisdom you embodied will stay with me always. May your memory, spirit, and grace be eternal.
With all my love always,
I was shocked and saddened to learn of Kyle's passing. Although I have not seen Kyle since the late '70s, I have thought of him often. Kyle was one of the most intelligent and witty people I ever had the pleasure to know. He always made me laugh and was a good friend. May his memory be eternal.
i have been a friend of Helen and Elayna Dikeou and have been keeping up with some of the ins and outs of their family for almost 20 years. I would like to express my sadness for your loss and hope that God blesses you with peace and comfort. May the memory you have be a lasting one of joy and solace.
We were sincerely sorry to hear of Kyle's passing. Kyle was a wonderful person. Our thoughts are with Kyle's family, Kristie and the girls.
Bruce, Gina and Lucy Williams
Kyle was and is an amazing man. He touched many lives, mine among them and although I am grieving and hurting beyond measure I count myself one of the luckiest and blessed people in the world for knowing him.
Kyle is my older cousin. But that doesn't really describe the place that he filled in my heart. He is my older brother, my friend and my confidant. He is my teacher and my example in so many things. I am who I am because Kyle was such a huge and special part of my life.
Kyle loved to love and be loved. Love is the word that I would use to describe Kyle. Kyle was and is Love. Unconditional Love. Kyle was a gift to this world. A gift from God above. I will miss his humor, smile and laugh. I will miss the way he always put things in perspective. I will miss the way he introduced me to places and experiences I would have never known or had without him. I thank him for my nickname. I thank him for his support and encouragement in all that I did. I thank him for his example of what I wanted to find in a husband. When I met my husband I remember calling him to tell him that "I think that I met my Kyle!"
My heart hurts in its longing for his warmth and sweetness. I wish for the endless depth of his blue brilliant eyes. I cannot say goodbye. Kyle you are too much a part of me to separate you from myself. Instead I will carry you with me until the end of time. As you told me a couple of weeks ago when I had to leave your side..."this is not goodbye. this is see you soon." See you soon Kyle! I adore you. Forever!
Kyle and I were great friends for about 23 years. I first met Kyle when we both worked at Bell Labs in New Jersey in 1981. In 1983, within a month of each other, we both moved to California to work at Hewlett-Packard in Cupertino, CA. Over the years we became great friends and had a lot of good times. The more I got to know Kyle, the more I admired him for his positive outlook on life, his generosity, his maturity, his sincerity in everything he did, his love for his family, and the enthusiasm he had for his many interests -- including travel, music, sports, etc.
Kyle had many friends and was very well-liked at HP. On the day of his going away party at HP, many people attended and it was a very emotional scene.
At Kyle and Kristie's wedding, I made a toast to Kyle. I said that I always looked up to Kyle, both literally (he was very tall) and figuratively. I mentioned that at my wedding, Kyle made a toast to me saying that in all the years he knew me, I had changed a lot and all for the better. I then said that in all the years I had known Kyle, he really hadn't changed -- he was always a great guy. Now, at the sad occasion of his passing, I must say this again. In all the years I knew Kyle, he was always a great guy. I will miss him terribly.
Mihaela and I send our sincere condolences to Kyle's loving family.
Fly with the angels and watch over your beautiful family. May your memory be eternal.
Kyle was and is an incredible brother in Christ Jesus. He gave all that he had to those he loved and I learned what it means to persevere from him. He fought the good fight and finished the race and now he is with the Lord as a winner. My heart grieves knowing that he has passed from mortality but I know he is where the Lord wants him.
I love you Kyle!
Your brother, Jon