Kyle Walker

Obituary
  • "To the Family of Kyle Walker: I work at Millersville..."
    - Patrick Weidinger
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    - Lorraine Rauch
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Michael Walker YORK Bronley Kyle Michael Walker, 21, died tragically in an automobile accident Saturday, December 29th. He was the son of Dr. Bronley and Mrs. Lori Walker. Kyle was a 2010 graduate of York Suburban High School. He attended Five Towns College of Music and was presently enrolled at Millersville University majoring in journalism and political Science. At York Suburban he was on the staff of the school newspaper, "The Snapper" and was a contributing writer for "Fly Magazine". In addition to his parents, Kyle is survived by a sister, Kacie Walker of York,; a sister, Mrs. Kimberly Davies and husband Chris of Lawrenceville, Ga.; a sister, Dina Walker of Symrna, Ga.; a brother, Bronley Walker, Jr. and wife Allison of Shiloh; a sister, Mrs. Kristy Michael and husband Travis also of Shiloh. He is also survived by his maternal grandmother, Nancee Laster and husband Rod "Pop-Pop" of Reading; a maternal grandfather Barry Thompson and wife Gale of Augusta, Ga.; an Uncle, Larry Walker and wife Cindy of New Cumberland; an Aunt Sally Fringer and husband Earl "Sam" Fringer, Jr. of York New Salem; an Aunt Lisa Amspacher and husband Gary of Dover and an Aunt Leah Knisley of Reading. Also surviving are cousins: Jeffrey, Norman and Aaron Walker; Eric and Timothy Fringer; Lara Shildt and husband Michael and Grayson Knisley. Nieces and nephews: Alexander and Matthew Davies; Jessica Walker; Shane Dorsey; Kayla, Conner and Tyler Michael and Austin Walker. Kyle was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Carl and Erma (Shultz) Walker. He will be greatly missed by his buddy, Teddy, his loving Wheaten Terrier. Kyle had a great love of music and a keen interest in politics. His infectious smile and quick acerbic wit will be missed by everyone. Kyle marched boldly and unashamedly to a different drummer always wearing his "Chucks". May the beat go on. His family is greatly saddened by his early departure from this life and the great unfulfilled promises that were certain to be in his future. Kyle was realizing the passion that drives one to greatness. He was a person who could inspire by his attitude to live fast, endure pain and suffering to push the limits of what may be possible. He embraced the ideology of "Never say I can't" and "I am the first who ever has". He could lead when others could only follow, but sometimes leading in the wrong direction. He would hear music when others heard only noise. He understood that "You will rise and you will fall, but you must meet the challenge". He expounded the credo that "Every man dies, but not every man truly lives". His brief twenty-one years were not enough to fulfill his dreams. He was truly loved. A Celebration of Life Service will be 1 p.m. Saturday, January 5, 2013 at Etzweiler Funeral Home and Cremation Service 1111 E. Market St., York. Burial will follow at Mount Zion Cemetery. A viewing will be Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to honor his passion at VH1 Save the Music Foundation, 1515 Broadway, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10036. www.etzweiler.com
Funeral Home
Etzweiler Funeral Home
1111 East Market Street York, PA
(717) 843-0216
Funeral Home Details
Published in York Daily Record & York Dispatch on Jan. 3, 2013
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