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Kyle William Reynolds

Kyle Reynolds, 47 passed away January 1, 2018.
He was born June 26, 1970 in Kansas City, MO, the son of James Reynolds and Rita Reynolds-Howery. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his wife, Lisa Reynolds, two sisters, Vicki Marshall and Christina Snedeger, two aunts, Sherry Frisaura and Donna Bruscato, two uncles, Kevin Howery and Steve Howery,  many nieces, nephews, and half brothers and sisters as well.
Kyle enjoyed spending time with family, loved dogs, and was an avid fan of the KC Chiefs.
A private Life Celebration is planned for Saturday January 6, 2018. The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made in memory of Kyle Reynolds to Beagles and more Rescue, Wayside Waifs, or the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City.

Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Wednesday, Jan. 3rd 2018 | 9 Comments »

9 Comments on “Kyle William Reynolds”

  1. Ann Conant Says:

    So sorry for your loss. I considered Kyle a friend; he always made me laugh with his quips. He was a good man, kind and fair, and a gentle soul. He will be greatly missed by so many whom he came in contact with. My prayers for his family for strength to get through these difficult days ahead. Your pain will lessen over time, but your memories of him will remain forever to comfort you.

  2. Donna Ingram Says:

    Please accept my deepest condolences on the passing of your husband Kyle. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surround buoy. I will cherish the memories of Kyle, his free spirit, his smile and acceptance of me.

  3. Jennifer Doane Says:

    Kyle was a kind and generous friend, I always enjoyed talking with him about the Chiefs and just life in general. He will be missed.

  4. Andrea holmes Says:

    Kyle and Lisa were one of my 1st friends i met when i moved to kc. We roomed together for a few years where i met honey ceaser and monte the dogs. I took monte with me and was forever grateful for them for trusting me with my best friend for 20 years. Kyle introduced me to the love of dogs. Kyle will be missed he loved dogs his wife and family most of all. I will miss him dearly

  5. John Kindhart Says:

    We were all certainly shocked to hear about Kyle. What a friendly and honest person he was. I always enjoyed chatting about the Chiefs with him anytime of year and hearing about his travels to other stadiums. He will be missed but never forgotten!

  6. Ray St Aubyn Says:

    Kyle worked for me for almost 7 years. He was one of the most friendly, courteous and conscientious employees we ever had. Our customers loved him and many called in disbelief when they heard the news. We will all miss him.

  7. Mark cunningham Says:

    Kyle just ran across this link you were a one of a kind friend you will be missed very much !!!!!

  8. Tim Ranney Says:


    You will be missed, our time in band at SM North together is full of happy memories. Hope you are jamming on your trumpet in a great band watching down on us.

  9. Raenelle Gardner Says:

    I have so many happy high school memories of you! You have been missed and you will be missed!

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