Fuquay-Varina - Kyle Bradford Rose, (35) of 8329 Muirfield Drive in Fuquay-Varina, NC crossed the bar and joined his Lord and Savior in Heaven on Monday, April 3, 2017. Kyle was born in Virginia Beach, VA on May 18, 1981. He lived in Virginia Beach, Columbus, Ohio, and Cary, NC before moving to Fuquay-Varina. He was a member of the Athens High School Class of 1999 and attended Wake Technical College. Kyle was a skilled carpenter, meticulous cabinet maker, and construction superintendant. He enjoyed working with his hands and was good at it. Every supervisor to whom Kyle reported said that he was a great worker. His keen intellect and sharp wit made him a natural comedian. Kyle was especially gifted at mimicking foreign accents and was known for his hilarious comedic impressions. Many of his friends encouraged him to spontaneously engage in standup comedy. Kyle was fluent in Spanish and readily related to his Hispanic friends. He was noted for his big heart and his biggest heart throb was his daughter Kayden Skye Rose. Kyle loved Kayden with all of his heart and rejoiced every day that was spent with her. He also loved and respected his mother, father, and step-dad. Playing big brother to his two step-sisters came naturally. Never one to hide his emotions, Kyle was eager to display his affections with hugs for all. At the same time, he frequently championed the underdog and was quick to go to the aid of anyone he felt was being bullied or abused. A devoted Tar Heel fan, Kyle would have been thrilled had he watched the NCAA championship game on Monday night.
Surviving Kyle are his daughter, Kayden Skye Rose of Willow Spring, NC; mother, Jennifer M. Rock and step-father, David A. Rock, Jr. of Fuquay-Varina, NC; his father, James Bradford Rose; step-mother, Patricia B. Rose; and step-sisters, Ashley Nicole Rose and Amy Noelle Rose of Virginia Beach, VA; and, step-brother, David A. Rock, III of Wilmington, NC.
A memorial service to honor the life of Kyle Rose and to celebrate his arrival in Heaven will be held in the Colonial Baptist Church Parlor (6051 Tryon Road, Cary, NC 27518) at 2:00 PM on Saturday, April 8, 2017.
The family is grateful for all of the prayers and support they have received from their many friends and requests that in lieu of flowers or any other remembrances, a donation might be made to the Shepherd's Theological Seminary to assist with the Regional 360 Fellowship program.
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Dear parents of Kyle,
It is with a heavy heart that we send this message to you. Sadly, we have learned about the passing of your beloved son. There are simply no words that can adequately express what it is to suffer the loss of a precious child. We are bereaved parents who have suffered this devastating loss. We want to reach out to you in behalf of our group The Compassionate Friends of Wake County: a non-profit and non-denominational support group that consists solely of bereaved parents. We are part of the worldwide organization The Compassionate Friends which can be accessed at www.compassionatefriends.org. Our website is on the latter which you can get on by clicking Chapter Locator and then going to NC. Our group meets twice a month in Raleigh, please see our website for time and location. If you have any questions, please call our message line at 919-833-4022. There is always a bereaved parent on call who should get back to you in one to three days. We are so sorry for your loss and please know that you and your loved ones are in our thoughts and prayers.
The Compassionate Friends of Wake County
I am so sorry for the loss of your son Kyle. My heart goes out to you as you and your family move through this very difficult and painful time. Kyle sounds like he was a great guy who is going to be missed very much.
Sincerely, Mara Lewis (Mom of Kenny who passed in March 2000 at the age of 15 from bone cancer)
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Submitted by The Compassionate Friends of Wake County on May 21 2017 07:26:48 PM
I guess what makes our friendship so unique is that the times we were the closest. When I first met you we were definitely wild teenagers. Then when we lived together later in life we could not have cared less about anything .After that ,when we both got married and had our first kids we lived in the same neighborhood. I guess I just took that for granted. All week I tried to tell my boys about the good times we had and how funny you were. I really don't even want to come tomorrow, but i'll be sitting in the front row with both of my sons just like I'm supposed to be... We'll always watch out for Kaden and look forward to seeing you again homie...RIP KILLA
Submitted by Jacob Ormandy on Apr 8 2017 12:30:17 AM
Cathy Mitchell lit a candle for Kyle Bradford Rose
Cathy Mitchell lit a candle on Apr 7 2017 05:53:14 AM
Kyle and I go back over two decades. Even though it's been years since we've seen each other, I still vividly remember his one of a kind personality. The guy would instantly light up any room he entered. The impression he left upon me, and the memories we shared will last a lifetime. The world is a lesser place without him.
Submitted by Joe McGee on Apr 6 2017 01:56:50 AM
Thinking of you and your family during this terrible time of loss. You were by far one of the funniest people I have ever met. Thank you for being a kind and sweet friend to my husband. He truly enjoyed working with you and I know you helped make the rough days better. Saying extra prayers tonight.
Submitted by Caitlin Seyler on Apr 5 2017 11:48:36 PM
Where do I start I can remember years ago when we both was having our daughters and talking about what kind of fathers we would be and etc. We also have some wild times also but I will cherish the memories that I have with you my friend. Until we meet again my friend until we meet again.
Submitted by Ronnie Byrd on Apr 5 2017 11:12:30 PM
I hurt and grieve with Kyle's family and friends in your great loss. May our Lord comfort you with His Word, sweet memories, and His promise of heaven. What a great place with no more sorrow, no more pain, no more night, no more suffering, no more goodbyes. May our Lord carry you through the difficult days ahead.
Submitted by Sue McGee Wind on Apr 5 2017 10:37:12 PM
To my lost brother Kyle ,
When I think of all the years and all the laughs and good times we had together it crushes me to know that what we had is now over. Many times we laughed until we cried and cried until we laughed . If you didn't know who Kyle really was he was one of the best hearted people I ever got a chance to be friends with and I am grateful to have had him in my life . He loved hard and he laughed hard . May your journey to the next life be an easy one and may the sun always shine on you , we will see each other Again my brother . Until that day never worry about your daughter we got her and she will never be without her uncles and never be without anything she ever needs . I sit here writing this message mourning the loss of life too young, special and close , I just want you and everybody who sees this message know that I love you and will miss our days together forever . Until we meet again my brother ....Rest in peace Killa.
Never good bye , see you later ...
Submitted by Chuck D on Apr 5 2017 10:04:14 PM
I did not mention Kayden. Please always know your daddy loved you so much! When you see the stars at night, those are tiny holes in heaven allowing your daddy to look down on you.
Cheryl Peters Deans
Submitted by Cheryl Deans on Apr 5 2017 09:11:22 PM
I will always remember Kyle's smile and laughing on the holidays when we all would get together at Aunt Hallie and Uncle Dwight Moore's house. I'm so sorry for your loss Jennifer, David, and Brad! I cannot imagine the pain. I know God has you in the palm of his hand to help you through. Many hugs! Cheryl Deans and family
Submitted by Cheryl Deans on Apr 5 2017 09:05:27 PM
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