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Kyle Stevens

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Kyle Stevens

Place of birth: Hospital of Saint Raphael

Dedicated to my 29 year old son Kyle. <3 Who always wanted to be a published author,"THE STORY OF HIS LIFE "ROBO-KYLE" . As a child, He was a special little man and ahead of his time. His Nana once said he was an "Old Soul", when riding in the car with her he would say: "Hey Nan,can you put that Jazz on the radio"? Kyle's Pediatrician, Pre-school teachers and family couldn't believe how he talked with adults in full sentence at 18months old. He was a very kind, caring young boy, sensitive of others feelings, loved to share and help other kids. Kyle endured his Mom and Dads divorce like a brave little soldier. He wasn't disobedient,always respected his family. Kyle had red cowboy boots with cap gun holster, leather vest that he loved so much he would fall asleep with them on. Also Batman pj 's he would wear with them to be a "Batman Cowboy".He was so Proud to become a big brother and protective of his sisters Kyle loved to read, set a goal to read 1,000 books by end of 8th grade. He said: "I only want Barnes and Noble gift Certificates at Holidays!! He had Perfect Attendance all thru school. He was very intelligent ,Graduated High school with Honors.He became very ill with Crohn's disease, all the while successfully working, managing, and coaching his baseball team "Ct. Storm". (Since age 16) he began giving lessons at family Baseball facility "The Strike Zone". He continued to persevere and was an ambitious determined person who strived to not be average. Age 21, After graduating Quinnipiac college with a B.A. he started a NON-PROFIT "The Branford Baseball Club". He was a coach/mentor to over 1,000 kids the next 10 yrs.- winning many championships.Then At Age 26 he opened his own 10,000sq.ft facility called "Wolcott Athletic Training and Learning Center" AKA "The Strike Zone 2". He rented his extra rooms, hired teachers to come do Zumba,Music lessons and Tutoring. He managed both facilities and was his Dad's right hand man coaching team Ct. Storm.. After team practice 4/12/14 He was in a serious auto accident ,in a coma with a traumatic brain injury. He made a miraculous recovery. However, he lost his facility during those – six months. Still he took a Par-time job to maintain a car to get back to working Full-time. He forged ahead never giving up while still in treatment. It's so amazing that he managed read TEN books (7- 800 pages) only 6-12 months into his recovery?!! He'd say; "this is my 2nd life and that was my 1st life, just call me ROBO-KYLE" 🙂 NEVER complained, either. He kept a sense of humor Always!! Was cheering people up with jokes, didn't want his loved ones to ever be upset. He told me people " I'm like a shooting star,you see shining and then I'm gone" like nothing you've ever seen before". One year later on 5/15/15 he was in a tragic fatal auto accident. Kyle was LOVED by many people and will be missed…but never forgotten.

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