ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kyle Sutherland 25 years old, born on June 3, 1995 and passed away on December 30, 2020. We will remember him forever.
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Please join us for Kyle’s Celebration of Life at Our Lady of Peace via Zoom by clicking the link below: 
Time: Jan 20, 2021 12:00 PM Guam, Port Moresby
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We invite you to post stories, tributes, photos, and videos of Kyle. We would love to create a tribute to Kyle's life. Let us celebrate the fond memories and happy moments we shared with Kyle. This memorial will commemorate the bond we shared with the best friend, brother, and son we all loved and cared for. 
It will help all of us to read your stories, see your photos, watch any videos as we try and fill the emptiness we all are experiencing with his passing.
Kyle is a gift that keeps on giving; that friend that won’t stop helping. From heartbreak, to moving into a new home or needing help finding your cellphone at the side of a highway at two in the morning. Kyle is everyone’s “person” and is the epitome of kindness and genuity. He chooses to believe in the best of people, regardless of circumstance. He doesn’t have a bad bone in his body as he believes in forgiveness and is never spiteful. 
Kyle’s favorite dish to bring to any table is laughter and a homemade apple pie from scratch. Kyle also celebrates Christmas by whipping up a batch of eggnog and sharing it with his mates. It goes without saying, Kyle is a loyal friend, incredible brother, and a loving son. He is a child of nature. Hiking trails are at the peak of his interests. Camping sites are his second home where he developed his favorite memories with his family. He enjoys a simple life. He’ll opt for some pizza and wings with cold Alaskan Brewed Beer over steak and lobster paired with wine. 

Kyle will always be remembered with every trail hiked, every BBQ on the beach, every marshmallow roasted over a campfire and every toast of Laphroaig Whiskey on the rocks. 



Posted by Anthony Chargualaf on January 27, 2021
I'm keeping your family in my prayers. Kyle was always so nice and genuine and like a family member on the cross country team in high school. As another member of the Army I can attest to the many challenges he must have faced making it all the way to SSG. He is an amazing person.
Posted by Kevin Cho on January 26, 2021
Extremely sorry to hear about your loss. Kyle was like a brother to me back in high school cross country. He was a driven and hard working rival. However, he was also one of the kindest person I have had the opportunity to run with. You'll be missed dearly. I can only look back to the memories we had and smile at them cause they really brought me joy. You'll be missed very much.
Posted by Josie Medina on January 22, 2021
My thoughts and prayers for you and your family Capt Bill.

-Josie/UAL Chicago
Posted by Elijah Coley on January 20, 2021
One of the kindest and most genuine people I’ve ever met. Always brought a smile to my face with his humor. Always a great guy to have around in any situation and never stopped smiling in any situation. We’ll miss you brother.
Posted by Kaila Nebeker on January 20, 2021
Kyle was one of the kindest, greatest souls I’ve ever known. He had your back no matter what, always forgave and cared for others at a deep level. He loved to laugh. He was easy going, and one of the hardest workers. He had a heart and attitude about him that will forever be missed. I hope you found some peace. Rest easy, Kyle.
Posted by Joseph Lewis on January 19, 2021
Kyle was one of the most genuine best people I’ve had the pleasure to know. He was an excellent friend, great soldier, and just fun to be around. I could always count on Kyle for anything anytime. We’re all better people for having known him and he’ll forever be missed. My condolences to the Sutherland family. And to Kyle, Rest In Peace brother and we’ll see you on the other side.
Posted by Ruby Mackenzie on January 19, 2021
To Bill, Megan Katlyn and Alyssa

Deepest Sympathies to each one of you during this time of unimaginable loss. We remember Kyle as the sweet boy who visited the family reunions , loved Camping with all his uncles and family before coming to the Berichon. Watching his Dad and Uncle Alec playing the pipes at the Pipers Picnic.
It all seems so long ago.
Kyle sounds like he made a lasting impression on his fellow soldiers, a determined Athlete, great friend , awesome brother and a wonderful son.
Beautiful memories and God's love will see you through the darkest hours.Remember you are not alone, Others are sending Prayers and Hugs from afar.

Blessings of Love

From Ruby & Gordon Mackenzie and Family
Posted by Nicholas Parada on January 19, 2021
Kyle wasn't just a soldier to me he's my brother he always knew how to keep you smiling in even whenever work was hard life was tough. I wish that during my time with him in Alaska i wouldve spent time hanging with him. It's always hard losing someone so young especially Kyle who made such a big impact in anyone's life that he came to know. Thank you for the memories and you'll always be in my thoughts and prayers till we meet again
Posted by Randy McIntire on January 19, 2021
Kyle,

Our three years stationed together will forever be memorable. Our relationship began as the normal leader to subordinate, but blossomed into a friendship that will always be remembered. You are a strong caring person who has an iron will, while remaining humble and always keeping a smile on your face. This is not goodbye, but a see ya later.

Mac
Posted by Hannah Courtney on January 20, 2021
There are no words to express how much Kyle will be missed. Though we live far apart our love for Kyle and you all has always been everlasting and far reaching. Our hearts break with you, Kyle will be forever in our hearts and memories. I remember staying in Cairns Australia with you all and being stuck at the airport and how wonderful you all were and how nothing seemed to bother any of you. You were the sweetest kids with the biggest smiles, I will always have those special memories of our time together. Love to you all from all of us in Australia. Forever and always...
Posted by Andrew Sutherland on January 15, 2021
Sending our love and condolences to Bill, Megan, Katlyn, and Alyssa. We will miss Kyle dearly… plenty of fun memories as kids camping with him and his sisters. We are very proud of his athletic accomplishments and his service in the Armed Forces. We will miss his sense of humor, work ethic, and kind soul.

Andrew, Susan, and Jane
Posted by Stephen Sutherland on January 13, 2021
Sent on behalf of Aunt Isabelle Young:

Many fond memories of Kyle, visits to our home, and how he liked my biscuits for lunch.
Always a smile with those big eyes.

Forever loved,
Aunt Isabelle
Posted by Charlotte Abbott on January 13, 2021
We are saddened to hear about the heartbreaking loss of Kyle. Although Dave and I only had the pleasure of spending a few occasions with Kyle and his sisters when they would visit in the summer, he made a strong impression on us. He was gentle and kind to our boys and very loving to his family. Our hearts and prayers are extended to his mother, father, sisters and extended family. Kyle's successes and accomplishments will be remembered and the light from his bright soul will never fade. Heartfelt condolences to all the family.      All our love, Charlotte and David Abbott 
Posted by Terri Sutherland on January 13, 2021
So sorry for the loss of such a beautiful soul. Sending all my love across the ocean to Guam.
Many incredible memories of our summers together in Dartmouth. Throwing a ball up into the branches of that one tree in the middle of papas yard, sliding down the rock that felt massive, going down into the basement to play the one song we all knew how to play on the piano (Peter Peter pumpkin eater) and so many more. You were always so kind and caring no matter what we did, you didn't mind being dragged into what ever game we wanted to play. Memories I will cherish forever.
Rest easy Kyle, we miss you and we love you.
Love Always, Terri
Posted by Katlyn Sutherland on January 13, 2021
Kyle
You were taken from us way too early in your life, however we feel blessed
to have had you for the 25 years that we did.
You will always be the best son, best brother, and best friend.
Always missed, always loved.
Rest In Peace, my son.
Dad
Posted by Elizabeth Jordan on January 12, 2021
So sorry for the loss of our cousin, your son and brother. May he rest easy. Love and support is wrapped in our arms around you to Billy, Megan, Katlyn and Alyssa. xoxo

Elizabeth and Tim
Posted by Veronika Schmidt on January 11, 2021
My deepest sympathies to you Billy and your family.I met Kyle one summer at Terry's annual pig roast.He was such a gentleman.


"Acts 24:15"

Love Veronika

Posted by Tammy Connors on January 10, 2021
Very sorry for your loss , my thoughts are with you
Posted by Stephen Sutherland on January 10, 2021
Sent on behalf of Grandma Sutherland:

Sending my condolences and love to all. We will miss you.
Love,
Grandma
Posted by Jamie Sutherland on January 10, 2021
I was very sorry to hear about Kyle. I have many great memories of Kyle during summer vacations in Nova Scotia. Our families spent a lot of time camping together over the years. Kyle was very friendly and got along with everyone. I had a chance to spend a lot of time with Kyle while he attended university in Halifax, playing pool and catching hockey games. I enjoyed his stay with me two summers ago when he was home to visit. Gone but not forgotten. My condolences go out to Bill, Megan, Katlyn and Alyssa.
James Sutherland
Posted by Stephen Sutherland on January 9, 2021
Many fond memories of Kyle's summer stays and university days in Nova Scotia.  A great all round nephew, who will be truly missed by all.
Uncle Stephen and Aunt Jean
Posted by Terry Schmidt on January 9, 2021
So sorry to hear about you loss Megan and Billy. We remember Kyle mostly a child. He always impressed with his quiet nature and good manners. We can’t imagine your feeling of loss. Our thoughts are with you.
Posted by Michelle Sutherland on January 9, 2021
Have fond memories of camping and going to the annual pipers picnic here in Nova Scotia for many summers. He will surely be missed by his family here in Nova Scotia.

Always in our thoughts

- Uncle Kenny & Aunt Janice

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Posted by Anthony Chargualaf on January 27, 2021
I'm keeping your family in my prayers. Kyle was always so nice and genuine and like a family member on the cross country team in high school. As another member of the Army I can attest to the many challenges he must have faced making it all the way to SSG. He is an amazing person.
Posted by Kevin Cho on January 26, 2021
Extremely sorry to hear about your loss. Kyle was like a brother to me back in high school cross country. He was a driven and hard working rival. However, he was also one of the kindest person I have had the opportunity to run with. You'll be missed dearly. I can only look back to the memories we had and smile at them cause they really brought me joy. You'll be missed very much.
Posted by Josie Medina on January 22, 2021
My thoughts and prayers for you and your family Capt Bill.

-Josie/UAL Chicago
his Life
Kyle is a gift that keeps on giving; that friend that won’t stop helping. From heartbreak, to moving into a new home or needing help finding your cellphone at the side of a highway at two in the morning. Kyle is everyone’s “person” and is the epitome of kindness and genuity. He chooses to believe in the best of people, regardless of circumstance. He doesn’t have a bad bone in his body as he believes in forgiveness and is never spiteful. 


Kyle’s favorite dish to bring to any table is laughter and a homemade apple pie from scratch. Kyle also celebrates Christmas by whipping up a batch of eggnog and sharing it with his mates. It goes without saying, Kyle is a loyal friend, incredible brother, and a loving son. He is a child of nature. Hiking trails are at the peak of his interests. Camping sites are his second home where he developed his favorite memories with his family. He enjoys a simple life. He’ll opt for some pizza and wings with cold Alaskan Brewed Beer over steak and lobster paired with wine.

Kyle will always be remembered with every trail hiked, every BBQ on the beach, every marshmallow roasted over a campfire and every toast of Laphroaig Whiskey on the rocks.



Recent stories

Feb 2019

Shared by Rae Napa on January 19, 2021
I first met Kyle at Fort Greely, I was walking around the hangar over there and Kyle approached me out of nowhere.

He said, "Hey, I heard you're from Guam".
I responded, "Watchu know about Guam?!?"
Kyle, "Oh, I'm from there".
Since ever since, I see him and I say "Hafa Adai Che'Lu!! Umbi fan, howzit?"

For everyone who knows Kyle, he's the most laid back, easy going guy, always had that big smile, and he would stop whatever he was doing and go out of his way to help you. 

Much love to you che'lu, rest easy. 
My condolences to the Sutherland Family.



Halloween 2020

Shared by Monica Ortega on January 19, 2021
On Halloween Kyle dressed up as lieutenant dangle with short shorts and we all thought it was hilarious and we all started chanting for him to dance and with no hesitation he started a little dance routine for us and we all lost it! i know he really loved to make people laugh he was a little comedian always cracking a joke

Kyle and Cross Country

Shared by Jared Baldwin on January 17, 2021
Kyle was a strong competitor that never gave less than 100% in practice or competition. He was gracious in both victory and defeat. As a coach with 20+ runners I could count on him to step up as a a leader- running with the front of the pack and then doubling back to help the final runners finish. 
His dad would run with us and I know Kyle appreciated his support. Kyle’s mon was also so proud of Kyle. She kept me up to date with Kyle’s career even after he moved away. 
The Kyle I knew, the one in the cross country pictures, was a strong and gentle young man. He made my life better, and I know everyone else on the team and in his class loved and reapectedhim.