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I have memories as far back as 2nd grade with kyle. I was always jealous of how tall he was and the advantage it gave him in most sports.  I never got closer to him than saying hi in the halls of school but none the less when we saw each other we always said hello.
The last time I had the pleasure of seeing your son was summer of '02, I believe in Carson City Nevada. We were at the same baseball tournament nearly 1,500 miles away from home, the last place I had expected to see someone running over towards me calling out my name.

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Guestbook Entry from Doug Davis
I have memories as far back as 2nd grade with kyle. I was always jealous of how tall he was and the advantage it gave him in most sports.  I never got closer to him than saying hi in the halls of school but none the less when we saw each other we always said hello.

The last time I had the pleasure of seeing your son was summer of '02, I believe in Carson City Nevada. We were at the same baseball tournament nearly 1,500 miles away from home, the last place I had expected to see someone running over towards me calling out my name.


Guestbook Entry from Katie Hoffman
To the Charvat family,

I am so sorry to hear about Kyle. Your son put a smile on so many people's face. He was so bright, so funny, and so humble. He had a passion for life, for his family, and for his friends. You both raised a wonderful son, and Kyle helped teach us all a lot about life.


Guestbook Entry from Gina
To Kyle's family,.. You do not know me,.. Yet my heart goes out to you... I lost my husband age 39, in an auto accident,.. not long ago,.. My whole world seemed shattered.


Guestbook Entry from Zach Edwards
As I look down, even now, at the message on the bracelet, "A Helping Hand", and Kyle's initials, KC'05, as I have done so many times over the past year or so, it is a constant reminder for me to strive to "lend a helping hand to all who seek it" and to live each day to its fullest because you never know when it will be your last.


Guestbook Entry from Brian
From Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts, from basketball to grade school, and to the present, Kyle was a special person in all our lives. There are so many memories that I have shared with him that were the building blocks of the life that I live today, and I believe many people share the same feelings that I do.


Guestbook Entry from Autumn Nigro
Though I never met Kyle, I lived with Megan at Delta Zeta. I remember Megan saying to me a couple years ago, I met this amazing guy at the IMA. He's cute, funny, and she was just so giddy. I remember thinking wow...this guy must be really great!!!! After reading all the stories and seeing all the pictures, it's very clear to me that Kyle was a "ONE OF A KIND"


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