I was an old highschool friend . Kyle and I lost touch over the years but i always wondered how he was and where he was .
Ill always remember that smile
He was a great guy with a kind heart
May he rest in peace and fly free
Dearest Danny, Marrie, Chris and Family
Please know that you're in our thoughts in prayers. These were the only words that we found comfort in and I hope that they will convey the same message, hope and peace as they did with us. "I'll lend to you for a little time a child of mine" GOD said. "For you to love him while he lives and mourn for when he's gone. It may be six or seven years or twenty one or two but will you till I call him home will you take care of him for me."
The MacInnes Family
Dear Danny, (and the entire Marrie family)
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to you all, (especially Danny)for the tragic loss of his son. He was good and kind.
Please lean on friends and family for strength, comfort & support.
Wishing you peace and courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
He will never be forgotten.
Our hearts share your sadness,
Norm & Julie Groff (Turner)
We were always enamored with Kyle's good humour and kind nature. He was the pure joy in his Grandpa Steve Marrie's life, and there was no shortage of stories regaling Kyles quick wit and small boy adventures. Kyles father, Dan Marrie, grieves deeply and his kitty is lost without him. Anyone so loved by old men and small animals is very special indeed. Those of us who are left behind will miss you, Kyle; but are grateful for the peace you have found. God bless you, Kyle; and give Grandpa Steve a big hug for us.
With love, from Aunt Stef & Uncle Daryl Dec.2.2020
Lorna and Brett, I am so very sorry to read this sad news about Kyle. I remember a kind and friendly little boy in my Kindergarten class many years ago. Please accept my most sincere condolences at this time. Cheryl Ganann