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Kyle G. Flood

Born: Tue., Dec. 13, 1988
Died: Sun., Feb. 11, 2007

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Kyle G. Flood ORANGE- Kyle G. Flood, 18, of 100 Horton Road, died unexpectedly on Sunday morning, February 11, 2007 at home after being stricken ill. Born on December 13, 1988 in Greenfield, he was a son of David T. and Victoria L. Hamilton Flood and grew up in Orange. Kyle was currently a Senior at the Ralph C. Mahar Regional School in Orange. While at Mahar, Kyle enjoyed sports and played on the football team, which he was a Captain of, and on the track team. He also enjoyed acting in the school's programs as well as helping out others in the school community. He served on the Mahar Student Council and had been an alter server at St. Mary's Church in Orange for 9 years. Kyle also was a member of the Church Youth Group and had served as President. Kyle's greatest love was being an independent film maker and had made 4 short movies. Kyle lived life to the fullest and touched many during his young life and will be missed dearly and his family wishes to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers and asks that you keep Kyle in your hearts. Besides his parents, David and Victoria Flood of Orange, Kyle is survived by a brother, Cory Flood of Orange; paternal grandparents, George and Florence Flood of Worcester; a maternal grandmother, Mary Hamilton of Auburn; his aunts and uncles, Theresa Hamilton of Auburn, Francis Ward of Auburn, Charles and Pamela Hamilton of Leicester, Anthony and Dianna Hamilton of Wales, Robert and LeeAnn Flood of Maine, Karen and Billy Chisholm of North Brookfield, and Diane and Bill Woodis of North Brookfield; many cousins; and many friends. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday morning, February 16, 2007 at St. Mary's Church, 19 Congress Street, Orange, at 10:00AM. Those attending are asked to go directly to the church. Interment will follow in South Cemetery, Orange. Calling hours will be held Thursday evening, February 15, 2007 at Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange, from 5:30-8:30PM. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Mahar Athletic Department- Bleacher Fund, c/o Ralph C. Mahar Regional School, South Main Street, Orange, MA 01364. Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange, is directing the arrangements. Guest register and directions available at www.wittyfuneralhome.com

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Wayne lumphyRichardson
   Posted Sun February 11, 2007
I am so sorry for your loss, I was able to feed Kyle on a daily basis at Mahar and looked forward to holding the door for him every morning as he came to school and talked to his girl friend on his cell phone, I will truly miss him and want to give you my deepest thoughts will be with him, Wayne Richardson

Cheryl Calcari
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I had the privilege of meeting Kyle while serving on the Mahar School Council. He was a great young man and will be sadly missed by many.

MICKEY GRYBKO
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
Knowing Kyle Flood since the age of 2...I have come to appreciate his love of life..his passion for his school & all of his friends. The extra effort that he put into each and every day, whether it was on stage...or on the football field...or in the classroom Kyle lived each day to the fullest. My thoughts and prayers go out to David,Vicki, and his younger brother Cory. Everyone should consider themselves lucky for knowing Kyle.

Patty Grybko
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
We will sadly miss Kyle, our family had the privilege of know Kyle since he was a Toddler. He was an awesome guy who was always willing to help someone else or simply put a smile on your face. We had alot of great times and will always have the wonderful memories. Our thoughts are with you David, Vicki and Cory.

Mr. Glazier
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
To Kyle's family,
I first got to know Kyle while coaching him during Middle School football. It has been my pleasure to have known Kyle and be assured that Kyle will be dearly missed in the Mahar community. He was an exceptionally polite young man who brought joy to everyone who knew him. My prayers and thoughts are with you during this very difficult time. Sincerely, Eric Glazier Teacher/Coach

Emily Carey
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
I am so sorry for the loss of Kyle. He was an upstanding citizen and will be missed by everyone that he had ever came into contact with. I served with Kyle at St. Mary's for 9 years and was involved in the youth group with him as well as working on the musicals with him. I am great friends with Becky and am saddened by the loss of the love of her life. They were meant to be. Kyle was a great actor and singer in all of the musicals and could make anyone laugh in any situation. I'm glad to have had the privilage of being friends with him for so long and to getting to know him better as the years went by. I still can't believe this and I, like the rest of the town, am mourning his loss.
Rest In Peace Kyle George Flood
*May the angels greet you with their arms wide open at the gates of Heaven*

Katt
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
May you rest in Peace, Kyle.
Even those who did not know you pray for your loved ones.

"I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die" John 11:25 NIV.
I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, "Behold, God's dwelling is with the human race. He will dwell with them and they will be his people and God himself will always be with them. He will wipe every tear from their eyes, and there shall be no more death or mourning, wailing or pain, the old order has passed away." Revelation 21:3-4.

Cam Dunbar
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
Kyle Flood, I won't go a day without thinking of you. You were a great man, you worked tirelessly for the rest of us and to benefit us when you wouldn't even be there to reap the benefits yourself. You always put others before yourself. You were a gift to your family; your friends; your teams; to Mahar; to Orange. Most importantly, though, you were a gift to us. Those of us who knew you were blessed. I can only feel privileged to have known you and I will never forget what you taught me and the words you shared with me. The world just lost a hero.

#58
love you man

Marissa Richard
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
Kyle will be sorely missed. he was a great kid, and an excellent friend. I will keep you in my prayers.

Kristina Baker
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
Kyle was one of the greater guys out there. Whenever I went into rehersal for the musical, he would always be doing something funny, and always made my day a little bit better when I saw that. He has touched my life the best way a person can touch anothers' life. He taught me to live life to the fullest every single day, and to not let anything stop you from following your dreams. He will be missed so much by all of his friends, teachers, and everyone that he has ever come into contact with. I will think of him everyday, especially when I listen to "Solla Sollew" a very moving song from the Seussical. We love you Kyle.

Shavawn Bradshaw
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
I never really knew Kyle very well, but i do know that he was an amazing guy. Whenever he saw that I was having a bad day he would in some way try to cheer me up, once he even started singing in the middle of the hallway. It didnt matter to him how well he knew someone, he wanted to help in anyway he could. He was always so positive, a one of a kind person. I know he will be miss by many people and I am so sorry for your loss.

Katelyn Cormier
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
There are so many things that can be said about Kyle, and all of them are positive. We may not have been able to save Kyle's life, but he saved ours, including mine. I am eternally grateful for every smile, every laugh, and every kind word that I had the honor of sharing with Kyle. He was a truly wonderful person, and I believe that he has touched all of our lives in a much greater sense than we ever would have realized. There are only two words that can really express what I owe Kyle, and that is "thank you".

"I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next."

Aubree Deane
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
I don't know where to begin and I don't know where to end. Kyle was a one of a kind individual. His spirit and personality are irreplaceable. I'm not sure when it happened, but somewhere along the line he went from being my brother's best friend to a friend of my own, and for that I will be eternally grateful. He was witty and mature beyond his years, and in conversation I would often forget that there were 4 years between us. Like my brother's other friends, I consider him a brother and I will miss him beyond words. If everyone could be half as enthusiastic and loyal and he was, the world would be a better place. You are one of the best, Bubs, and I'll love and miss you always.

Chad Sullivan
   Posted Mon February 12, 2007
Single words can't describe Kyle Flood. He touched so many people's lives in so many seperate ways. Unselfish, caring, respectful, open, thoughtful, charismatic..... any good words can be spoken to describe Kyle. He worked so hard to make everyone elses lives that much better. My blessings go out to all the family members and close friends of Kyle Flood. We all love and miss him. God Bless.
#58

Erin Pulley
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle was a great guy. He had the greatest sense of humor, and he never failed to put a smile on other's face. It seems like only yesterday he was sitting in my independent study band class. No one else can be like you, you were one of a kind. We're all going to miss your jokes and your smile, but most of all, you. Rest in peace.

Dawn L. White
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
I am so sorry for your loss. I din't know kyle personally. I enjoyed his preformance of "The Scarecrow " in The Wizard of Oz. He was a friend of my son, Lane Wilson. God be with your family in this hard time.

Cynthia Hoose
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
David & Vickie,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Love,
Chuck and Cindy Hoose

Linda Anderson Shafer
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
All of you are in my thoughts and my heart.
Love
Linda

Alice Coty-Edman
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
David, I have not seen you in years but have great memories from high school.
My thoughts and prayers are with you, Vicky and Cory at this terrible time.I will continue to keep Kyle in my prayers.

Alice Coty-Edman

eric holmgren
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
kyle, you were a great guy. even though i've lost touch with you in the recent times ill still hold onto the memories of us in band, and the musicals, as well as all the times in church or church activities. to the family and everyone i hold out my heart to you and give you my blessing in hopes the we will remember the good times and keep our thoughts high that we will one day see him again. i will leave you with a prayer thats near to my heart kyle


may the road rise up to meet you,
may the wind be always at your back,
my the sun shine warm upon your face
and the rain fall soft upon your fields,
and until we meet again,
may god hold you
in the palm of his hand.


we will all miss you my friend

Jill Labshere
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
I am so sorry to hear the news. I use to babysit Kyle when he was little. He was quite the intertainer and a happy kid. I'm sure those wonderful qualities carried with him as an adult. My heart goes out to his parents and his brother.

Jessica Hunt
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle could always make me smile, no matter how crazy things were he always had a joke and big hug ready. Kyle made classes bearable. When I knew I had a tough class coming up, I wanted to make sure that he'd be in it, because with him any class was fun. We didn't understand a lot of the same calculus, something we'd joke about daily, but in English our analyses couldn't be beat. He was a great listener and a steadfast friend. I am so sorry for your loss, Kyle was really one of the Great Ones and our class will never be the same.

Jessica Hunt
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle could always make me smile, no matter how crazy things were he always had a joke and big hug ready. Kyle made classes bearable. When I knew I had a tough class coming up, I wanted to make sure that he'd be in it, because with him any class was fun. We didn't understand a lot of the same calculus, something we'd joke about daily, but in English our analyses couldn't be beat. He was a great listener and a steadfast friend. I am so sorry for your loss, Kyle was really one of the Great Ones and our class will never be the same.

Aimee
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
you will always be remembered!! We love you kyle.....

Melissa Martin
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
To the Flood Family:

I taught Cory English last year at Mahar. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Melissa Martin

Sue Dawley
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Vickie,
I am so sorry for your loss...I only met Kyle once but thought he was a great kid. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Officer Sue

Tim Grybko
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle, you were the closest thing I ever had to a brother. All of our football times together were unforgettable. Knowing you since the times we could barely walk has been great. Being younger than you, I have always looked up to you for everything. I truly love you like a brother and you will truly be missed. Every time I step on the football field I will have you in my mind and in my heart. I love you man.

Brandon Favreau
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle was not just a kid that you go to school with he was the nicest, cheerful, and most awsome person there. I t didn't matter to him what grade you were in or if he even knew you for that matter he would always want to help and would treat everybody even.He treated everyone with kindness and respect and also showed great sportsmanship in everything he did. I think we all need to act a little more like kyle. Because of the love he shared with everyone he met he was deeply loved by all. I cant think of one negative thing to say about kyle. The world has truly lost a great youngman. kyle your home now,goodbye for now. we all miss you and will see you agin some day but untill then rest in peace buddy. my thoughts and prayers go out to kyles family and girlfriend in this time of need. "God Bless"

Jessica Cornwell
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Dave, I am so very sorry for your loss. May all the happy memories of Kyle's life help you through this tough time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.

Amanda Carey
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle was one of the few people who could love anyone no matter what their faults were and he'll be missed by everyone. <3<3<3
HE WAS THE BEST DAMN SCARECROW IN THE WORLD!

Katie Dodd
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle, i know we never talked and the only memory i have of you is doing your make up for the Mahar play, Grease. but i remember how you kept everyone lively and happy. everyone was laughing backstage and just having a great time. its unbelievable how someone like you can just be gone in two seconds. someone so well known and liked; someone who knew how to keep everyone smiling and laughing. i know we never talked, and i know you probably dont remember me, but i miss you, and i cant even begin to imagine how much your close friends and family miss you.

Ann Heaslip
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
I had the honor of teaching Kyle through a year of American History. His presence could brighten up any room- when Kyle was there, you knew it! No matter how your day was going, Kyle was always there with a smile. I will never forget when, after the AP Exam, Kyle and his friends ran Mr. T. for President. It was the craziest presentation I have ever seen and yet very well thought out and put together. Even when he was no longer in my class, he would stop by with a smile and a "how's it going!?!" We are all better for having known Kyle and will miss him.

Jillian Hall
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
You always new just what to say to make us all smile even when everything was going completly wrong! Thanks for always making us smile! I will never forget the driving lesson that we had together and the man made us stop at mcdonalds so he could get a coffee and he took forever so you ended up being late for football!

Keagan Wells
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Kyle had been the most sincere and well-rounded person I have ever come across, always the first to crack a joke. On each school morning everyone looked forward to his high-fives at the door way. I had the pleasure of being in the school play with him, and his character portrayed on and off stage could make anyone happy. I bet Kyle is cracking jokes with God right now. Love, the Cat in the Hat's sour kangaroo.

Julie Smith
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
I remember the first time I met Kyle in the 7th grade. He could walk in the room and somehow manage to make everyone around him light up with a smile or laugh.
He always said to me "Jule's your coming to see me in the show right? your my biggest fan!"
and whenever he asked me what he could do on stage to make his character better I would always tell him "just be Kyle Flood"

You will always be in the spotlight! and I will always be your #1 fan.
luv ya Kyle!
"Jule's" Smith

Gail Anderson Eglit
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
My Dear Family,

I am very sorry to hear about your loss of Kyle. I wish I had the opportunity to know him. It appears that he was a great guy and well loved by all that knew him. You are always in my thoughts and prayers, but will be even more so to help you get through this painful time. I am sending my condolences and love to each and every one of you.

With My Deepest Sympathy, Gail

Kathy Kelleher
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Dave & Vickie,
Tim and I want you to know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kathy

Zita Bridges
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
Bubbles, I will miss seeing you at the school and around O-town. Thank you to your parents for bringing up a such a wonderful,kind,caring,and hilarious young man. My life and the lives of my daughters' Aubrey and Moriah are definitely better because your son was part of them. Always in our hearts,
Mama Z

Gay A Ackermann
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
My prayers are with all of you. God Bless. From Gay Anderson Ackermann

Sam Piragis
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
When I first saw this, I thought "I can't do this, there is no way I'll be able to," and yet..here I am. Kyle was an amazing person, no words can describe him perfectly, but I'll try. He lit up every room he walked into, and held everyones heads up high when they were having a bad day, even if he was to. Never did he once put himself first before his friends, or consider anything of the sort. The things I remember most are our band days, and how he'd crack up everyone in sight with his "amazing" trumpet skills, having class with him, it was always the most entertaining, and his hugs. All I can say, to everyone reading this is, can you seriously sit here and think Kyle would want you to be upset. He wouldn't and if you picture him. you know it. I am so sorry for everyones losses; your family, becky, and everyone he became friends with.



"Yeah when I get where I'm going
There'll be only happy tears
I will shed the sins and struggles
I have carried all these years
And I'll leave my heart wide open
I will love and have no fear"

Karissa Kilhart
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
I didn't know Kyle very well, I wasn't one of his good friends, but I just knew of him. I always knew him as such a great person. And even though I barely knew him I still knew that he was the most incredible person in the world. He was always nice to everyone and everybody loved him. He always had his ways of making everyone smile and laugh. I remember, Friday, February 9th, Kyle was in my lunch period selling megaphones and painting faces for the game against athol that night. He got everyones attention to tell them about what they were selling, and I instantly started talking to my friends about how great Kyle is, and how much of an amazing person he is. I wasn't a close friend, but I miss him like crazy. He had the biggest heart, I'll never forget him and neither will anybody else.


Dave, Vickie, and Cory,
I'm very sorry for your loss, and I'm always going to keep Kyle in my heart. Stay strong.

Krista Coy
   Posted Tue February 13, 2007
My prayers are with you all, i am a lunch lady at Mahar and everyday i saw Kyle he always made me smile and laugh i remember on Friday he came to me and asked me if i wanted to get my face painted for the game against Athol and no one else could have talked me into it but him he is an amazing young man and i will miss him and his smile.

kyle juskiewicz
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
I new kyle from a long time ago.
wen we wer little we played football in the streets. then i played with him this pass season. he taught me most i know about football. this sucks now hes gone and i am going to miss him.

Bonnie Chisholm and Tom Story
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Dave, Vickie, and Corey
We are so sorry for your loss. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you. If you need anything please don't hesitate to ask.

Joyceann Nielsen
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Dear David, Vickie & Cory,

My family and I are so sorry to hear about Kyle. Each and everyone of you will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,
Joyceann Anderson

Lindsey Laughton
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Dave, Vickie, Cory, and Becky,
I am so sorry for your loss. When thinking about what to say about Kyle I became speechless. To me, Kyle will never be fully gone. He will always be in our hearts and I know someday we will see him again. Kyle was a wonderful friend to me and he always knew how to make me smile. Even in the worst of times, he could make a room light up without even trying. I will never forget the songs he sang and the things he did for everyone. He was truly an amazing person and we will never forget him, nor will he us. I know he will be looking down on you every day, so stay strong. We will all miss him dearly.

R.I.P. Kyle G. Flood

Luc Gilleman
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
I never had the pleasure of meeting Kyle but know his mother to be a creative, funny, and smart woman. I look at Kyle's photograph and imagine he was a little like her, blessed with a vivid imagination and a sense of purpose. It is an unbearable lossa€"or, as Edna St. Vincent Millay said:

Down, down, down into the darkness of the grave
Gently they go, the beautiful, the tender, the kind;
Quietly, they go, the intelligent, the witty, the brave.
I know. But I do not approve. And I am not resigned.

No words can describe the pain of parents who have to bury their child, yet we must seek solace in words, if only in an attempt to reach out in sympathy to the bereaved parents. So I offer this poem, by Mary Frye:

Do not stand at my grave and weep;
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.

To Kyle's parents, brother, and extended family: please accept my heartfelt condolences,

Michael Abramson
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Unfortunately only after his passing, did I realize that Kyle was from the "Amherst Floods" I knew his wonderful grandparents, and went to school with his father and uncle. The relationship is quite evident in the handome photo. I found out about this tragic event from my son, who is a freshman QB at Frontier. He was told by an aquaintance at Mahar. I only wish I had known of Kyle when I ventured to Mahar on a bone chilling night this fall. The name caught my eye but I said, "there's lots of Floods, what are the chances..." In any case my son Erik's friend, and Kyle's schoolmate, related to Erik what a wonderful young man he was. I can't imagine the pain the family is going through but my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Michelle Zeman Mahar
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Some people make the world special by just being in it.
You entered, bringing light and life to all of us.
The vivid colors, painted with a swirl of wit,charm,personality,
Love and understanding.
With tender care, you added comfort, warmth,and images that line the now bright halls.
I look upon them fondly,bringing forth a thankfulness that you walked in these halls with me. Our friendship has become a part
of my world now.
It has its special place within my life and in my heart.
Your name hangs right beside your smiling face in my heart.
Remembering just how easley we can loose our way.
I have to thank YOU for the light, my friend.
I will miss you my firend but I will never for get you.. until we meet again.." I Believe" God bless you and your family

Tina Towle
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
a poem In Loving Memory of Kyle
He touched our lives and made us smile
His stay on earth he made worth while
An inspiration to us all
And it's so sad to see him fall
But in our hearts he will live on
Making sure that we stand strong
One thing I know for sure is true,
We all miss Kyle, we really do

Mike Pierson
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Kyle was one of the coolset dudes that i had ever met and i know everyone will miss him dearly. I alter served with him and i will never forget when he saved me when i forgot to do something. He was a very fun and warm hearted person and one of the nicest people i met

Janene
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Dear Dave, Vickie, Cory and Becky,
Our sympathy to you and your family.Find comfort though your memories.
Peace, Brian, Janene, Jared + Julie

Laura
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Dear Flood Family.
I am soo sorry to hear about the loss. He was a wonderful person. He touched the hearts of everyone. He made the school light up and shine. He entered a room and it would glow. He will always be in everyones thoughts and memories. We all miss him veryy much.

Karissa Kilhart
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
"Only the good die young."
Dear Kyle, You were a great person, and it amazes me how just one kid could touch everyones lives in such an amazing way, including the people that barely knew you, but you did it. You pulled it off. And that's what made you incredible. You always had your ways of making everyone smile and laugh even if they didn't want to. You lit up a room everytime you walked in. No one will ever forget you. You'll always be remembered. No one's life will ever be the same without you. Watch over us. We love and miss you. And you'll forever be in all of our hearts. I can't wait till we all meet again.
R.I.P<3




Dave, Vickie, Cory, and Becky,
I'm sorry for your loss. Stay strong, Kyle would have wnated you all happy. He'll be by your side everyday.

Alycia Hause
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Kyle was a part of my life in two important ways. Most importantly he was a bestfriend to my step-brother Kyle Deane and my brother Benjamin Hause. I am very thankful that my brothers were able to have a friend as wonderful as Kyle in their lives. And secondly Kyle was a great friend of mine. Spending everyday with him at play rehearsals for Grease and Little Shop of Horrors has given me so many vivid and happy memories of Kyle and I thank him for always making me smile. He will live in the hearts of everyone who had the joy of knowing him. Thank You for being part of my family and I's lives Kyle.

Pamela Olivieri
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
I am so sorry to hear about Kyle. My prayers are with you and the whole family.
Sincerly, Pamela Anderson Olivieri

Morgan Powell
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Kyle was just one of those people. One of the people who can take any situation and make it better. He could make anyone smile just by being himself. I'll never forget his spirit and the ways that he made this world that much better. He used to sing in the halls and would talk to me when I was supposed to be doing my Mock Trial work. His passion for everything, including making our school better will never be replicated. Kyle would light up any room and everyone can learn a lesson just from him. He lived life to the fullest and made the most of everything. If I could ever be half as passionate, as loving, as selfless, and as supportive as Kyle then I know that my life would be complete.
Completely IRREPLACEABLE.

Rachel & Randy White
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
We are very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bousquet
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
We are deeply saddened by your loss. We send you our prayers and condolences.

Marcus Stone
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Kyle was a good friend. We will all miss him greatly. I am sorry for your loss.

Dawn Eglit Harris
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
I am so sorry to hear about Kyle. I really wish I'd gotten the opportunity to know him. My Dad also sends his condolences. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Our deepest sympathy,
Dawn, Skip, Cheri-Lyn & Kyle Harris

Gregory Goodwin
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Not enuff can be said about Kyle. He was a great football player, a terific capten, and an awsome person to be around. It was an honer and a privilage to have known Kyle. I will miss him.

Tim Anderson and Family
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
We want to let you know we are so sorry for your loss and extend our deepest condolences. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,
Tim, Ann, Dustin, Mike and Heather

Dave & Nila Swett
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Dave and I would like to extend our condolences for your loss.
Allow your loved ones to embrace you in your sorrow. Surround yourselves in Kyle's memory and hold tight onto each other. Your love create him and your faith will see you through. Keeping you and yours in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, The Swett Family

Gregory Goodwin
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Not enuff can be said about Kyle. He was a great football player, a terific capten, and an awsome person to be around. It was an honer and a privilage to have known Kyle. I will miss him.

Natalie Wagner
   Posted Wed February 14, 2007
Vickie,Dave,cory
I am so sorry for your loss, my prayers are with you!

Your Friend
Natalie Wagner

BOB
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE LOSS OF YOUR SON KYLE . MY THOUGHTS & PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THIS TIME OF GRIEF.

BOB TINY EGLIT
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE LOSS OF YOUR SON KYLE . MY THOUGHTS & PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THIS TIME OF GRIEF.

Mary Coty
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
David,

It has been many years since high school. I was heartbroken to hear of your loss. Kyle and your family are all in my prayers.

Ann, Mike & Matt Degnan
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
We want to express how sorry we are for your loss. We also wanted you to know how important your son Kyle was to our son Matt and how much time Kyle spent helping Matt during football season. He was truly a "Captain" of the team in every sense.

Diane Benoit
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Diane

Joyce Fulmer
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
I met Kyle on 2 occassions while partnering with Mahar in re: to health education programming! I have worked with teens for the past 13 years and Kyle was definitely one of the teens that I will always remember! His spirit, his joy, his care and concern of others was amazing! Kyle will not be forgotten...because he was a young man who gave so much to others that will continue to live on! I am so sorry for your loss! My thoughts and prayers are with all of his family and with all of those whom he touched.

Brian & Janice Weise Anderson
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
Dave, Vickie, Cory
Sorry to hear about Kyle.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you

Brett McGuinness
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
Just want you to know that my families thoughts are with you and prayers have been said.
Brett

Ellen Softic
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
February 15, 2007

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Flood and Cory,

I've had Kyle as a student in my art classes at Mahar; and last semester, he was one of my Coop students, helping me with a variety of hated tasks. Last Thursday, he finished the collage which Jim Woodward gave you.

I've read many of the comments about Kyle that are posted on line, and couldn't agree more about what a stand-out Kyle was around this school and in this community.

I know you'll never get over the loss of your son and brother and you probably wouldn't want to...I know this because my daughter died five years ago at age 20. It was two years after her death before I could get into my car, once in a while, without thinking of her and crying.

My faith in God has been the one thing that's saved me and, of course, the condolences of friends, family, and even strangers. This little prayer, that Sue Knight gave me, has given me strength. I still say it at least ten times a day. I'm hoping it will work for you too.

Lord Jesus, I need you.
I give you all my sorrows, worries, fears, and struggles.
Please help me to be the person you want me to be.

Sincerely, with sympathy,

Ellen Softic

Hilary Matilainen
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
I was heartbroken to hear about Kyle. When I was a new student at Mahar & plenty of people gave me a hard time, he welcomed me, made me a Christmas card, and when I came into class every morning he genuinely wondered how my day was going. Very rarely do you find a teenager who was as special, caring, and talented as he was and I was lucky to have him as a peer. My prayers are thoughts are with you

Patricia L. Skarda
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
Dear Vickie,
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this hard time. "Condensed presence" is what Kyle has become. Enjoy that poetic description of lasting love. He is with you still in ways you are only beginning to sense. Grief is strange and unique. Take time to be sad, but focus on the many joys you gave Kyle. That's what he is doing now.

In Christ's love,
Pat Skarda

ian pulley
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
I luckily had the privilege of knowing Kyle through football and this year the play. He was always great at everything he did and not afraid to be himself. Along with that he was one of the best friends anyone could have ever had. He will surly be missed by many.

Charles & Cara Thompson
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007

Peter Scianna
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
David, Our hearts go out to you and your family at this incredibly difficult time. We are keeping you in our prayers and hoping that some how you are granted the strength you need to handle your loss. Our most sincere sypmathy. May God watch over you and your entire family, during this difficult time.Please reach out, if there is anything we can do. Peter and Linda Scianna

Penny & Mike Roche
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
Mike and I both had contact with Kyle at school. We will always remember his energy and his smile. He had a very positive attitude. He will be sadly missed.

theresa maloof
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
mr.mrs flood im sry for ur loss well keep ur family in our prayers

Nick Guerra
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007

Tracy Gaudet
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
This poem has helped me in my life....I hope it helps you too.

It is a deep mystery
This matter of life and death....
That the same person
Who brought us a thousand joys
Can one day leave us shedding a thousand tears....
So suddenly, sometimes
that we grope blindly for words left unspoken
And for the hug we needed to give to say good-bye.
And we wonder,
How this thread that holds us all to life
Can be so thin and fragile....
Until one day, we find the courage to accept
That the living aren't meant to understand death,
Only to celebrate life,
And to remember that the only real death is forgetting.

May God Bless each and everyone of you.

Michael Ludwig
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
The thoughts and prayers of everyone at the Ground Round in Hadley are with everyone who knew Kyle. It sounds like he was a wonderful young man. God rest his soul.

Jim & Kim Hinckley
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
Dear Dave, Vickie and Cory,

I really only know you Dave, but the few times I did meet your family you all seem so genuinely nice. It takes a special family to raise a son that is as loved as Kyle was. I will pray for you Dave, Vickie, and Cory that God gives you the strength you need in this most trying time. Kyle doesn't need prayers, he is already sitting at the right hand of the Lord.
God Bless you all.

Joshua Maloof
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
To the flood family
sorry about kyle he was like a brother to me we had so much fun i went to the football games i know kyle for 3 years i will miss him so much.
R.I.P #58 kyle Flood
god bless u

Keith Sullivan
   Posted Thu February 15, 2007
Kyle and I have done many church things together. He was always there. He was always like a great younger brother to me. He inspired me to want to have kids one day of my own and he really inspired me to pursue youth ministry and dedicate my life to it. Kyle was one of the most amazing coolest people I have ever known. I cant believe he is gone. I too know what great loss is. My sister was killed when I was 16. My deepest thoughts and prayers are with Kyles family. My heart goes out to all of you. Kyle you are so missed brother.

John Girard
   Posted Fri February 16, 2007
I remember Kyle from his days with Pop Warner. He was a wonderful football player. He was one of the boys you looked forward to seeing at practice. Always eager to participate. He had a great sense of humor and was a real team leader. The world is a lesser place without him.
Kyle,
Thanks for the peanuts

Keith Sullivan
   Posted Fri February 16, 2007
my Heart truly goes out to the Family of Kyle. I too miss him. I just cant believe this has happened. when I was 16 my sister was murdered and its been 10 years since and unsolved. I do know the kind of pain your going through. I wish to God I could bring Kyle back. I wish this wasnt happening. If you need anything please contact me. 978 544-9634. Kyle was like a younger brother to me. somebody that impacted my life beyond words. I miss him a lot.

Keith Sullivan
   Posted Fri February 16, 2007
to the Flood Family

this is Keith from Church. you didnt know me very well, and I only knew Kyle these past 4 years but you have to know something.

I discovered a love and compassion for teens and youth ministry. I have felt what it would be like to have a younger brother. I discovered I want to dedicate my life to helping teens and a desire to have a son one day just like Kyle. He did a lot of that for me and so much more. You have to know what an incredable impact he had on me. I thought the world of Kyle. He is a saint in my book. I thank you so much for bringing him into this world and giving us all a chance to know such awesome goodness. I hope he knows how much he did for me. May God Bless Kyle so much and all of you. You are in my heart, and prayers.

Aunt Diane Diane
   Posted Sat February 17, 2007
Dave, Vickie, Kyle & Corey ... I love you all ...

Karen, Billy & Bailey Chisholm
   Posted Sun February 18, 2007
Dave, Vic & Cory,

Words cannot express our feelings. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for bringing Kyle into this world, he has touched sooo many lives and I think, made a huge difference. A special jewel he was, he will be remembered forever. Don't think I'll hear "dude" or "awesome" only to mention a few in the same way.

Love to you,

Auntie Karen, Uncle Billy & Squirt

Charles & Joyce Anderson
   Posted Wed February 21, 2007
Dave, Vickie and Cory,

We are so sorry about Kyle. We really wanted to be there with you and your family, but due to our health, we were unable to travel. Our thoughts and prayers are with you through this difficult time.

Love,
Uncle Charlie, Aunt Joyce & Karl

Don Gorczynski
   Posted Fri March 02, 2007
We were VERY sorry to hear of the passing of your son Kyle. I had not heard of it until today 3-2-07.
We offer our prayers and most sincere condolences. We will pray for healing within your family.

William Johnson
   Posted Sun September 02, 2007
I am very heartbroken to see Kyle depart from our holy ground so early. God had a very special plan just for him. I'm sorry I did'nt get to really know him. Kyle will be sadly missed. I also pay condolences to his family. I will pray for Mr. & Mrs. Flood and family.

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