Kyle J. Kent

Kyle J. Kent, 49, of Woodstock, passed away Friday, December 16, 2011 at his home.  A private family service will be held. Friends may call at the Kent home at  anytime.

Mr. Kent was born December 17, 1961 in Clinton, Illinois, son of the late John E. and Eva Fisher Kent. He graduated from Illinois State University.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Livesay Kent; son, Alex Kent who is a student at UVA; daughter, Leah Kent of Charlottesville; three sisters, Dana Cyrulik of Clinton, IL. , Karen Goble of Weldon, IL.  and Carmel Kozak of Hudson, IL.  and many beloved in-laws, nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Woodstock Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 221, Woodstock, VA 22664; Woodstock Fire Department, P.O. Box 176, Woodstock, VA 22664 or Woodstock United Methodist Church, 156 S. Muhlenberg St., Woodstock, VA 22664.

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37 Condolences to Kyle J. Kent

  1. Robin (Ravenscroft) Junkins says:

    Dear Mary and Family,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers. Know that MANY of us are thinking and praying for you through this difficult time. May God give you the strength and comfort that you need.
    God bless,
    Robin

  2. Emmett Umberger says:

    Dearest Kent family, I worked with your husband and father over the years at a couple of different industries in the area. We always enjoyed each other and made a mondane job a little fun. We rode to West Virginia about 17 years ago in my little sports car and one of the rear wheels almost came off. Kyle had fun none the less. He was at his best having fun, seriousness about things and life he did not seem to enjoy. God understood his pain and suffering, and takes all that in consideration, Im sure he is with God now, after all God loves all of us no matter how we come to him, please I hope you find comfort in understanding the depth of Gods love and understanding. God bless you all. Emmett

  3. Betsy Brown says:

    Dear dear Mary,
    I am so very sorry to hear this news. My heart and hugs go out to you, Leah, and Alex. You are a strong, strong woman with an incredibly supportive family. I know this and time will get you through. For now, know that I am one of many who cares for you and am thinking of you.
    Betsy

  4. Mart & Jean Bauserman says:

    Dear Mary and family,
    So very sorry to hear this sad news. Our prayers, sympathy and thoughts go out to you and your family. Just know that we care as do so many others. May God comfort you and strengthen you as you grieve.
    Mart & Jean

  5. David C. Jones, D.D.S. says:

    I was so very sorry to see Kyle’s obituary in this mornings paper. My heart goes out to you, Leah, and Alex and your whole wonderful family. The support of friends and family will see you through this terrible time, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Love to all
    David C. Jones, D.D.S. & Staff

  6. Kathy Hedrick says:

    Dear Mary, Alex, and Leah, I am so terribly sorry for your pain and grief at this sad time. May God give you all peace.

  7. Kara Bates says:

    Mary and Family – I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.

  8. Mike & Renae McCormick says:

    We were so sorry to read about your loss in today’s paper. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  9. Nate & Jane Fields says:

    Mary,
    We are so very sorry for your loss. We will miss Kyle so very much. Fortunately we have MANY great funny, happy memories of our times together in college. He was a tremendously sweet and funny man, we all need to hold on to the good times and treasure those memories. God bless. Nate & Jane Fields

  10. Crystal Fletcher says:

    Kent Family,
    We are praying for you all. We pray for Gods strength and guidance for you during this time. Know that we are here for you if you need anything at all. Love and God Bless, Jonthan, Crystal, Jacob and Justin Fletcher

  11. Shelly Taubert-Mahoney says:

    I have great memories of Kyle growing up in our little midwest town. It was fun to watch him play basketball. He was a friend to everyone! My thoughts today are with his family as I know they will suffer from his absence.

  12. Holly Rusher says:

    Mary and family.

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May you find strength, comfort and peace in knowing that God is with you through this. May the support and love of your family and friends help sustain you today and always.

  13. Mike and Alyce says:

    Mary and Family,
    We too are so shocked and saddened by your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers and we hope you find comfort in the supportive group of friends and family that your family has always had. God Bless.

  14. Karen (Spencer) Woolridge says:

    I have many wonderful memories of Kyle while growing up here in Clinton, IL. He was always similing and friendly to everyone. He was good friends with my brother and their class was a pretty tight bunch of guys. My heart goes out to his family.

    Karen Woolridge

  15. Phil,April,Cole & Brady Baker says:

    Mary,Leah & Alex,
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We have been thinking so much about all of you & will continue to keep you in our thoughts & prayers for god to give you strength to get through this difficult time.
    With our deepest sympathy,
    Phil,April,Cole & Brady
    P.S.
    Mary, Brady sends you a very special hug !!!!!!!!!

  16. Shelley Willoughby Shaw says:

    Dear Mary and family, Im so sorry for the loss of your lived one Kyle. Kyle and I went to school together and had the same kindergarten class . I remember my mom taking me to his house to play so we could slide down the big slide on wax paper at the park across from his home. He was always so nice and friendly in school. My parents Jerry and Carol send their condolences as well. Prayers for you ll for peace and comfort at this very difficult time.

  17. Jim Grimley says:

    Mary and family,
    I was so sorry to hear of this loss. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

    Jim Grimley

  18. Kim (Duguid) Dresbach says:

    Dear Mary and family ,
    Was saddened to learn of Kyle’s passing. Being at ISU with him was a very special time in my life. Kyle was kind and a good friend to me during my brother’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you travel this difficult journey. Sincerely, Tomato

  19. Mike, Laura and Will Downey says:

    Mary, Alex and Leah,
    Please know that you are in our prayers and we are thinking of you all through this very difficult time.

  20. Frank Gengo says:

    Mary, Alex and Leah, and the rest of Kyle’s family,
    Kyle was my roommate junior year and college, one of the reasons that was my best year in college. I had many laughs with him and his smile and laugh are part of many fond memories. I am truly sorry for your loss. I am sure you too have many fun memories and I hope those comfort you today.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Frank Gengo

  21. Jay & Sarah Peterson says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Kyle was always friendly to everyone. Great ballplayer. We will never forget our trip to six flags with him one weekend, a great time was had back in the high school days. His grandparents lived behind me where I grew up so I have lots of memories of Kyle being Kyle!

    We are thinking of you at this difficult time. Take care

    Sarah & Jay Peterson
    Clinton, IL

  22. Pereira Family and Tony's Pizza says:

    Dear Mary and Family,

    We are sorry for your loss, and please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    With Lots of Love,
    Pereira Family and Tony’s

  23. Jayne Usher says:

    Dana, Karen and Carmel,
    My prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  24. shirley monkman says:

    My son, Tom and I have many fond memories of Kyle. God bless you all. Our hearts go out to the family. He was a great kid and spent lots of time at our house on White st. (He loved to eat candy.)

  25. Carla Vann Lewis says:

    Mary and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers at this very sad and difficult time. May the Lord draw you closer each day and give you strength, comfort, and guidance. May it encourage you to know that you are being lifted up in prayer daily.
    Love,
    Carla and family

  26. Dave Kyle says:

    My sympathy to the entire Kent family. The last time I saw Kyle, he was a toddler being pushed in a stroller on West Main Street by his sister, Dana. So, in reading the many comments made by those who knew him later in life, I am pleased to discover that he became a fine man with a loving family. May God bless.

  27. Ellen Bauserman says:

    Mary and Family,
    I am sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayer.

    Take Care,
    Ellen

  28. Kathryn Morrow Roskow says:

    Dear Mary, Leah and Alex,
    I just heard about your loss from Aunt Nora. I also spoke with Peg and with Mom, who are both shocked and saddened to hear of Kyle’s passing. I’m sure Mom will be getting in touch with you and we will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

    With love,
    Your cousin Kathy

  29. Kelly Chick says:

    Prayers for the Kent Family during this difficult time. May Gods healing hands allow you healthy grieving, comfort and eventual acceptance and peace for the entire family in the near future. I had the pleasure of being a classmate, teammate and friend to Kyle for many years and what a special person he was. God Bless You All.

  30. Shelley Tucker Maltby says:

    I spoke to Kyle last summer in preparation for our class reunion to update his information for out contact book. It was so good to talk to him. I knew him in school but wasn’t that close to him. He always seemed nice, kind and friendly. So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort and peace at this difficult time.
    Shelley Maltby

  31. Jim Peterson says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Kyle. Kyle and I were friends through high school and spent a lot of time having fun around Clinton and our occasional road trips. I spent a few crazy nights with Kyle and Nate at college. Kyle had a lot of friends there. My wife and I met up with Kyle and Mary at one of the first high school reunions. We had a good laugh that Kyle and Mary brought their black lab with them. My wife and I brought our black lab with us from Florida.

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Kent family.

    Jim Peterson

  32. Dennis Reynolds says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Kyle. Kyle was friends with a lot of people in Clinton all through school. He was missed when he moved away from Clinton just as he will be missed now. As many of my classmates already posted on here, Kyle always had a smile on his face and loved to laugh. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Kyle’s family at this difficult time. He will always be remembered by the CLASS OF 1980. GOD BLESS

  33. Steve Livesay says:

    To All,

    The family would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for the many acts of kindness, thoughts, and prayers during this time from the many friends and family both locally and throughout the country. Mary, Leah, Alex, and Kyle’s sister’s Dana, Karen and Carmel have been especially comforted by the many messages posted from friends during his childhood, high school, college, and his professional career.

    Steve Livesay (Mary’s brother)
    Maurertown, VA

  34. Julie, Chloe, Chelsea and Ethan says:

    Mary, Leah and Alex,
    We love you all!!! God is holding Kyle lovingly in his arms. Kyle is at peace. Please know that we are always here for every one of you, anytime! Move forward at your own pace and continue to know that with Christ as your rock, you all will be able to get up in the mornings and make it through your days.
    We will continue to pray for you and all of Kyle’s family, daily.
    With so much love and peace, Julie, Chloe, Chelsea and Ethan

  35. Steve Williamson says:

    To the Kyle Kent family, I send my thoughts and prayers with the entire family with the loss of Kyle. Kyle was a good friend growing up and a excellent teammate. I loss contact when he moved away and I regret not being able to meet the family. Kyle was a big part of the class of 1980 and left his mark wherever he went. May God bless you in this time of grieving, and be strong and courageous in all you do. Lean on friends and family as well as Gods strength. CLINTON MAROONS, CLASS OF 1980.

  36. Ed Wollet says:

    I had Kyle many years ago as a junior high school student. I will always remember him as being a fun-loving kid who cared about others. After reading through these condolence notes I can see that must not have changed over the years. Judy and I can only add our own prayers to these others.

  37. Steve, Darla Sue and Sarah Moomaw says:

    Mary, Alex and Leah:

    We want to express how much your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. You WILL find comfort in your memories and strength in your family and friends. Mary, I am here for you anytime and for anything!