Kyle M. ORR

News Death Notice

ORR, Kyle M. 54, of Newark, Delaware, passed Sunday October 6th 2013. Kyle was born in Borger, Texas on May 31, 1959. Kyle graduated from Beavercreek High School in Beavercreek, Ohio class of 1977, active in the varsity wrestling team and marching band. He served in the United States Air Force from 1977-1981, and the Air National Guard from 1981-1988. Kyle received his BS and achieved Summa Cum Laude in Professional Aeronautics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Louisville, Kentucky (2002). He was wed to Kimberly (Malloy) Orr of Dayton, Ohio, on December 17th 1983. Kyle was a dedicated employee of the United Parcel Service since 1989 to present. He was passionate in his role as Aircraft Maintenance Division Manager, serving the east coast since 2003. Kyle was known for being a moral compass for his friends and family, always the voice of reason in even the most complicated of situations. Even with his undeniable work ethic, he found time to do the things he loved. Kyle very much enjoyed golfing, boating, and loved camping with his family. He spent numerous vacations at Dale Hollow Lake. Always one to have a joke on the ready, his contagious sense of humor was felt by all who knew him. Kyle is preceded in death by; Beverly Orr (mother), Ann Molton (sister), and Rebecca Meek (sister-in-law). Kyle is survived by wife Kimberly Orr, and his children Justin Orr of Newark, Delaware, and Brittney Orr of Toughkenamon, Pennsylvania, father Charles Orr of Dayton, Ohio, and brother Dirk Orr of Columbus, Ohio. A viewing will be held at Kettering Assembly of God, 2250 E. Stroop Rd. Kettering on Friday, October 11th from 3pm to 7pm; all those available to attend are welcome. Funeral services will be held at Kettering Assembly of God in Kettering, Ohio. A viewing will be from 10am to 11 am followed by a service beginning at 11 am. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to United Way Foundation, 2515 Walmer Avenue Norfolk, VA 23513. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting

Published in Dayton Daily News on Oct. 10, 2013