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Kyle Jordan Sayese

December 19, 1986 - July 10, 2020


It is with deepest sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved Kyle on July 10 2020 in Penticton BC. Kyle was born on December 19 1986 in Edmonton 33 years old. He leaves behind is Fiancée Sarah Hitchens & beloved dog Dyna, his Mother Deborah and Step Dad Dave Pearson, his Sister Haley & Logan Rennie, his Grandmother Lorna Hackman, Step Brothers Kyle and Sherry Tyler & Ashley. Nieces Kyia, Chloe, Nevaeh, Dallas. Nephews Timmy & Naylon. His Aunt Judy & Mike Farrell, Aunt Helen Trudeau. Uncle Joe Sayese, Uncle Jim & Lynne Sayese, Uncle Grant Hackman. Cousins Sheila Michael Richard Luke Josh Aaron & Angela Many Close Friends in Edmonton who know who they are and are grieving with the family Special Thanks to so many of them who shared memories and assisted during this difficult time, Lucas Brad Craig Chris Jair Lacey Emily Odene. Kyle was Predeceased by his Grandmother Emily Sayese His Grandfather Jim Sayese His Grandfather Harvey Hackman His Uncle Billy Sayese and his beloved Father Al Sayese. Those who knew Kyle even just a little knew his generosity & care for others was something we could all count on. Kyle was always reaching out to help those any age any gender no matter their social status. Giving away anything he had to help others, from pushing folks in wheelchairs up the hill to storing bottles in his yard for the homeless shovelling snow for seniors and cutting grass to volunteering at the Elks dressing up as Charlie the Elk mascot. Kyle experienced many things during his short time with us, he played Hockey, Football, Golf, snowboarding Skate Boarding. Kyle travelled to many places for vacations and left his mark in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario,British Columbia, Florida, Cuba, California (Choachella). Kyle took great pride in his Welding Career and worked in Edmonton & Penticton. He always had a passion for cooking and often took a second job in Aunty Loris Food Truck where the hectic pace suited him just fine. Kyle had an infectious smile and a big bold laugh was always thinking up ideas or tricks. If you knew Kyle at all you knew his crazy passion for the Indianapolis Colts & the NFL. Kyle lost his Father in a long battle with brain Cancer in 2010 Kyles Compassion & Care for his Dad was markable ,and many fond memories he treasured. Kyle decided to leave Edmonton to join his Sister Haley in Penticton and His Mom & Step Dad 

He could never be so distanced from them, and had to be close he loved so deeply.

Kyle loved Penticton and met the love of his life there Sarah she is his everything.

Kyle loved living in the Valley an soon touched many in Penticton as well.

Folks in his neighborhood at the Elks Lodge & his workplaces.

His Passion for music & Concerts anyone who knew him could remember him singing along and bobbing his head.

Kyles life was far too short but he lived laughed and loved and touched many leaving behind many happy memories.

If you knew him or barley at all he left you thinking how absolutely Beautiful, Ridiculously Funny or just down right inappropriate he was but he left a mark one that is stained on each person he touched. Gone to soon but never forgotten. We would like to thank the staff & Dr’s at the Penticton Regional Hospital who fought hard to save Kyle and Andrew (Kyles Glasgow Angel) in ICU for his honesty and compassion. Donations in Kyle's name may be made to the BC SPCA South Okanagan/Similkameen Branch, 2200 Dartmouth Drive, Penticton BC, V2A 4C2 or The Penticton Hospital Foundation, 550 Carmi Avenue, Penticton BC, V2A 3G6. Please specify the ICU with your donation. 


Please join Kyle family Friday October 6, 2020 at 6:00 pm to celebrate his life. Please use the following link and enter in the meeting ID and password.

Meeting ID: 860 0894 6696
Passcode: 607071


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From: Rheanne Gray

So many good memories but a favourite visit on our deck about 7 years ago maybe when Kyle came out to spend time with his Granny, whom he loved so much. Hours went by so quickly that afternoon and I was amazed by how big Kyle’s spirit was…..spiritually, he was a gentle giant, who just felt everyone’s stuff so deeply. He spoke mostly about how much he loved….his friends, his family, his passions, and everyone. It was an unplanned visit that went in for hours and I was sorry it ended. He left with a gnome that he befriended in the back yard and promised to take on adventures. That one afternoon has never left me and now it’s become even more precious. May your soul have the peace and freedom of expression you always deserved, dear boy.

From: Eiran Keane

So sad he died so young…that was a very good memory and I never met this young soul but I have a friend who posted the obituary so I felt the need to comment…Im so sorry for the family and friends to no longer have this young man in their lives…they are dying so young nowadays its very sad… Peace be with your soul Kyle RIP

From: Chanè

You will be missed Kyle. Such good memories, rest in paradise.

From: Sherry Hrynyk

Debbie and family, my deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family. I remember when Kyle used to come and visit you at work and the two of you would joke around together and it would always make me smile at the easygoing relationship you had with each other.  May you all find peace and comfort during this difficult time, please take care and God bless.

From: Odene

Kyle and I went camping in Banff one weekend.  I had an accident with an axe and I pushed my nose all the way over almost to my cheek.  I was in shock and didn’t feel any pain.  I just remember looking up and kyle and he just say woah. Dude look in the mirror.  I ran over to my truck and saw my face and instantly went into ultra panic mode and all this blood just started pouring out everywhere.  I screamed at him to get in my truck and drive me to the damn hospital!!! He said okay and I jumped into the truck.  I waited 2 seconds and I looked back and kyle was cleaning the campsite.  I cometely lost my shit on him and started screaming to hurry up.  He looked at me and said that we have to keep a clean campsite or else we will attract bears.  Ffs.  So i kept yelling at him as he cleaned up and he eventually hoped in and drove me to the hospital.  I got inside and they had to put me under to re adjust my face.  They told me that I could not eat anything and that I would be in surgery in an hour or so.  I was super hungry but they wouldn’t let me eat.  Kyle left for abit and came back with a cheese burger he had snuck in for me and i was able to eat before they put me under.  Neither of us considered that this could have turned out bad.  He just knew I was hungry and wanted to help me out.  I love you kyle.

From: Sharon Leeb

Although I only met Kyle just a few times at the office in which Deb and I worked I quickly learned what a dynamic and kind person he was. He loved his mom Deb and sister Haley more than words can say. He always cared for and protected his loved ones. No one loved and lived life as much as Kyle. Rest In Peace young man and stand proud at heavens gate for all you had done for others and for the love you shared so willingly.

From: Sandra Phillips (Ziprick)

To Debbie, Grant, and Lorna and extended family…
My childhood brought us to many places where great memories were shared back home..
I can’t imagine the loss but can see the countless memories you must have all made as a family
My sincere condolences to you all from Ted and myself
May angels walk with him and look upon you all with smiles and laughter in years to come remembering great moments shared..

From: Andrea Villetard

Debbie and family, I have fond memories of Kyle at church at Christmas in an angel costume for the pageant.  We were devastated to hear of his passing and reading his lovely tribute in his obituary and what a wonderful young man he was made me proud to have known him. My prayers go out to you and your family.
Andrea Villetard from St Columba Beaumont

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