With a four month stay in Tennessee, Kyle learned a few things about himself. First that after a few lessons he could beat his Dad , a long time player, at golf. Also that music would be his life’s work. From early teens he played the drum and guitar with his Logan Twp. buddies. But it was the jam session he sat in on in Tennessee that cemented his dreams of writing, composing, and producing songs. rnKyle made the Logan Little League All Star team. He could be counted on to hit one outta the park. He rooted for the Phillies, Eagles, and his parents favorite college team, Ohio State “buckeyes”. rnHis smile was like a thumbprint. It identified him along with his laugh.rnEven in death his generous nature gave life to many through organ donations . rnIn addition to his parents Christi and David survivors include a sister, Laura, maternal grandparents: James and Marlene Green and paternal grandparents: Allen and Anna Phyllis Gregory.rnCome celebrate 20 fun loving years Thursday from 6 to 8PM and Friday from 9AM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro with a Service there at 10AM.rnDonations to the Ronald McDonald House of So. Jersey, 550 Mickle Blvd., Camden, NJ 08103 in memory of Kyle will be appreciated.