Kyle Bradley Kramer
A Life Tribute Funeral Care Gulfport Chapel
5601 Gulfport Boulevard South
Gulfport, FL
On August 1, 2021, our beloved Kyle Bradley Kramer passed away too early in the bright town of Gulfport, FL, at the age of 29. Kyle was born a lion in Melrose Park, IL, ready for adventure. Raised as a military brat, the adventure never seemed to end. During his childhood, Kyle lived in Pass-a-Grille & Daytona Beach, FL, St. Louis, MO, Albany NY, Fredericksburg, MD, Mandeville and Abita Springs, LA, Albany, GA, Yuma, AZ, Fenton, MO, San Jose, CA and finally landing in Tampa, FL. Upon arrival, Kyle went to King High School. He then moved to St. Pete Beach and graduated from Boca Ciega High School in 2009. Kyle then discovered his love for bartending and became the poster boy for Wildwood BBQ when it opened in St. Pete Beach. He continued working there as it changed to PCI until 2017. He bartended at MacDinton's in downtown St. Petersburg while attending Pinellas County Technical School. Kyle breezed though his program in a year and received his Electrician's Certificate.
January, 2021, Kyle found his happy home in Gulfport, bartending at Caddy's. He was proud to be a true Boca Ciega Pirate. Everywhere Kyle went in his life he made friends; people are drawn to him. He is charming, unique, artistic, hilarious and yet so humble and real with a strong, sweet and gentle lion heart. There was so much infectious warmth in his presence, his love, a compelling radiance that cannot be rivaled.
Kyle was very active and had a lot of fun hobbies and passions; he was an avid skate boarder with the sickest of skills. Kyle was a brilliant poet and had journals of his rhymes and reasons. He loved to adventure and explore and go deep see fishing. Kyle had recently mentioned wanting to plan a new voyage out to sea with his best friend. His spirit, so wild and pure, the leader of the lost boys in neverland.
Mr. Kyle Bradley Kramer, a genuine one-of-a-kind brother, son and best friend. Kyle resided on the Nomade in the Boca Ciega Bay and was a member of the Boca Ciega Marine Association. Somehow, coincidentally, his boat hull cracked and will be joining Kyle on his next adventure in the afterlife in true Viking way.
Kyle is survived by his dearly beloved mother, Veronica, father, Aloysius, sisters Jessica and Michelle and all of his family, friends and his Boca Ciega tribe in Gulfport, and every soul he touched.
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Published by A Life Tribute Funeral Care Gulfport Chapel on Aug. 9, 2021.
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11:00a.m. - 11:30a.m.
Saint John Vianney Catholic Church
445 82nd Avenue, Saint Pete Beach, FL
Funeral Mass
11:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.
Saint John Vianney Catholic Church
445 82nd Avenue, Saint Pete Beach, FL
Celebration of Life
12:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Caddys Gulfport
3128 Beach Blvd South, Gulfport, FL
Funeral services provided by:
A Life Tribute Funeral Care Gulfport Chapel
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