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Obituary for Kyle Roger Brown

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Kyle Roger Brown

October 15, 1988 - February 7, 2014

Kyle Roger Brown age 25, of Huntsville, UT, lost his long and courageous battle against cancer on February 7, 2014, after giving it hell.
He was born October 15, 1988 to Rex and Rogina Brown, brother to Destiny, Cody and Shane. He was raised in Huntsville, ” the best place for a boy to grow up”, in Kyle’s words.
Kyle had a fun loving childhood with too many adventures and loves to mention.
He started working at a young age at the fish farm in Huntsville, and as a cook for Powder Mountain and The Oaks. He later started working with his two brothers in the masonry business for Dan Shelton & Sons.
Kyle was an avid fisherman, always looking for the biggest Brown & Muski. He loved and excelled in ice hockey, he trained at the Mori Academy and competed in the M.M.A.
In Kyle’s spare time he love to cruise Huntsville town in the golf cart with his faithful dog Roxy, he loved deer hunting with his dad and siblings, and coming to see his mom at work.
He lived and breathed for his four nieces, he loved and adored his grandma and grandpa Jenkins.
Kyle is survived by his wife Ashlee (her two sons Kollin and Kyson); his parents Rex Brown (Kathie) and Rogina Brown Parker (Tom); his siblings Destiny (Shawn), Cody (Crystal), and Shane (Aleigha and her son Kyson); his four nieces, Cheyenne, Kloee, Kandice and Ember; his grandparents Roger and Shirley Jenkins; aunt Ruth and many friends-family that he had many a good time with.
He was proceeded in death by his grandparents Ray and Shirley Brown.
Private services will be held at the Huntsville Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements under Leavitt’s Mortuary 836 36th Street, Ogden, UT 84403
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Born: October 15, 1988
Died: February 7, 2014

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Ashley schmittling posted on 5/20/15

Kyle we had too many memories to mention.. I'm missing you alot right now!! Love u buddy.. bottoms up to my 1st best friend!!


Willow, Zack & Brooke Buttars posted on 2/27/14

We are very sorry to hear about Kyle's passing. We really had no idea he had been ill. I saw Kyle not long ago in Home Depot he was happy and friendly as always. I'm so glad I was able to see him. We have no idea how long or short time is. I'm so thankful to have counted him as a dear friend. He will be missed. We love your family- every one of them. Our deepest sympathy and love to each of you. Love, Willow, Zack & Brooke


Lisa {Fredrickson) Richards posted on 2/12/14

The Family, so sad to hear of your loss, I know there are no words to help you through this time. Remeber the man, son, brother, father... ..... as he would want you to. Memories Larry & Lisa Richards


BJ & Patty Schurz posted on 2/12/14

Although there are many many miles between us, you are in our thoughts. There are no words that can be said to comfort you at this time. But you are all in our daily prayers and we continue to pray that the Lord will give you the peace that passes all understanding. Ps. 116:15 Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of one of His saints. BJ & Patty


Brenda Maritt posted on 2/11/14

Brown and Parker family! The Maritt and Webb and Wayment family ! We send are love and prayers ! We want to thank Kyle and your family for all the wonderful times! We are truly blessed to have grown up togather ! We know life would not be so beautiful without the honer of your family taking :part and tuching are life's! !!! We are truly greatful !!!! Thank You Kyle and family! !!! Kyle you will be greatly Missed !!!! With all our love and prayers! !


Linda Babcock posted on 2/11/14

Dear Browns, We were so sorry to learn of Kyle's passing and were unaware that he had been struggling with cancer. He was such a darling little boy and enjoyed his Valley home as much as our children did. You'll take peace in the memories that were formed in Huntsville, and hopefully you know that many, many friends and neighbors are thinking of each of you at this time. Love, Linda and John Babcock and family


Brady and Stephanie Briskey posted on 2/11/14

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Kyle, he will truly be missed. A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds and through us they live on. They don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. When we lose a loved one here on earth, we gain an angel in heaven that watches over us. Take comfort in knowing that you have an angel to watch over you now. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this sorrowful time.


The Williams Family posted on 2/11/14

I am so sorry for your loss. May the outpouring of sympathy, the kind acts of friends and strangers, as well as your memories give you comfort to help you endure the days ahead. The Bible also offers comfort. “For God is near to those broken at heart. “ Ps 34:17,18. Our Creator promises that there will soon be a time when “death will be no more.” Revelation 21:4. I hope this brings you comfort.