Posted by Bobby Prince on November 18, 2020
Kyle will be missed - I remember much about Kyle, but what I remember most was his passion for people, his giving spirit, and his natural caring nature. Not only did Kyle work with me on my team for several years at Applebee's, but we also shared neighborhoods for some time where I got to know Kyle a bit better.  We shared many laughs and, a couple of stiff drinks :-). My prayers are with you Michelle as you have always been Kyle's purpose and love of his life.  Kyle RIP friend. 
Posted by Catherine Greene on November 18, 2020
Thinking of this wonderful family. The sorrow is great, prayers and special thoughts to all
Posted by Jennifer Cox on November 17, 2020
I got to work with Kyle at Applebee’s in Oak Ridge. He always talked about his wife and how much he loved her. His guns. And his dad. He would buy the whole crew food. He was the sweetest manager. He will be missed. I still can’t believe he’s gone. Your apple fam loves you Kyle and Shelly (he called his wife that). You will always be in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Lori Whipple on November 17, 2020
Kyle's humor and giving personality leaves an indelible memory of laughing and talking from Knoxville to Atlanta for a Way International Region meeting. Altho I didn't see Kyle often after that trip, I loved the tasty food he would send by Shelly to Fellowship.

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