Kyle Matthew Gray (1993 - 2017)

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    - Brad Kamanski
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Kyle Matthew Gray tragically died, at the age of 24, in Seattle, Wash., on Dec. 12, 2017. He was born on Oct. 23, 1993, and lived in South Anchorage and Girdwood, Alaska, during most of his young life. In his youth he enjoyed fishing, hiking, skateboarding, biking, skiing, snowboarding, wakeboarding and snow machining. He played competitive soccer and competed in freestyle snowboarding events, where he won many Gold and Silver medals in USASA events in Alaska, Gold at the 2008 Arctic Winter Games in Yellowknife Canada and competed in many U.S. national events throughout his youth.
Following South High School, he moved to Washington state, where he overcame a battle of drug addiction, attended Olympic College, began a life as a young adult and achieved a promising career in the construction industry. He touched many lives with his charm, love, strength, humor and charisma. His smile, fight for life and always being there when you needed someone will be recalled by many, complimented by the cherished memories with Kyle, as his young life ended too quickly. He was the shinning bright light for many, evolving into a young man and overcame a lot before moving to his new life with our loved ones in heaven. Kyle is sorely missed, greatly loved and will be forever remembered by his big heart and unconditional love for his family and friends.
A celebration of Kyle's life occurred in Washington and Anchorage by his friends and family, where we shared many of the wonderful memories of Kyle and supported those wishing he was still here. Kyle will be buried next to his brother, Tyler, at the Anchorage Memorial Park in June 2018, while the memories of him live on forever. We love and miss you Kyle!
Please visit www.alaskanfuneral.com to read his full tribute and leave online condolences.
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Published in Anchorage Daily News on Dec. 29, 2017