Photo courtesy of Ruggiero Funeral Home

Kyle B. Findon

Jun 19, 1971 - Aug 27, 2021 (Age 50)

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Just heard “ When the children cry” by White Lion.
A million memories came flooding through my mind; memories that no matter how many years pass, they will never, ever be forgotten.

Strength and Peace to you.

I worked with Kyle at the YMCA many years ago. As I often opened the building on the weekends, he was usually one of the first people I'd see, and we shared a lot of anecdotes and sarcasm at the front desk as he fixed countless maintenance issues. He was so intelligent and almost always had a smile on his face. I know he fought some inner issues, so I hope you find peace in knowing his fight is over. RIP Kyle -- you will be remembered by many.

Beloved Kyle, It is so difficult to face the reality of losing a precious child. Memories of you as a little boy will forever be etched in our hearts...your energy, your imagination, your talents, and your gentle soul. As you became a young man, you created a life of learning new things, helping people, and touching so many lives with your kindness. Of all the gifts in life, having you and Kurt as my sons was the greatest gift of all. I´ve chosen to remember these special times we shared, and...

To my uncle:
Thank you for being so persistent with your support of all of my endeavors. You loved talking to me about my art and how you remember watching me at the table as a little girl with paper strewn everywhere, broken pencils and colored markers. You prided me on my education and motivated me whenever we spoke to keep working hard. Up until very recently, we have talked countless times about space, time, philosophy, and spirituality. We sat for hours and broke down Einstein's...

I´m so sorry Kurt and to the family. My heart heart and prayers go out to everyone. I remember us all hanging together as a family through the night. My soul hurts, for Kyle and you will always be best friends with me. I lost contact and never found Kyle again over the years. Let God hold him tight in his arms. I´m so sorry for the lost.

Kurt, I'm very sorry to hear the bad news. Let me offer my sincerest condolences. I unfortunately lost contact with you and Kyle over the years but I still remember him as a good person and a great friend.

I am so sorry to hear about this! It´s been many years Greg but I was your neighbor growing up and I babysat for your boys in Pen Argyl I loved your mom and all your family and I know you are all there for each other I feel very fortunate to have grown up with your family You are all in my thoughts and prayers Love Sherry

TO: The Findon Family, I did not know Mr. Findon personally, however his Father was a Dear Friend of many years past. May ALL of GOD'S blessings be with the entire Findon Family, at this time of grief. Sergeant Major (E-9) Larry E. & Mrs. Sheila M. Williams, US Army/ Retired (TN)

My husband Keith worked with Kyle at the YMCA. He was such a kind and nice person. My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.


Kyle's Obituaries

Kyle B. Findon, 50, of Nazareth, passed away, Friday, August 27, 2021. 

Graveside services will be held, Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at 11 AM at Fairview Cemetery, Pen Argyl.  Online condolences may be offered at


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