Kyle Smith Obituary, Death – Kenneth Lyle Smith and Betty Brown Smith are Kyle Kenneth Smith’s parents. He was born on September 18, 1964 at the Ringgold County Hospital in Mount Ayr, Iowa. Kyle Kenneth Smith currently resides in Brookfield, Missouri. On September 11, 2023, Kyle departed this life to be with Jesus Christ, who was his Lord and Savior.
Kyle went away quietly at home, surrounded by his mother and wife at the time of his passing.
A memorial service will be held on the Saturday, September 16, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. at the First Christian Church in Brookfield, and Pastor John Wiggins will preside over the event. Allendale, Missouri’s Kirk Cemetery will be the location of the interment.
On Saturday, the church will be open from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the ceremony for friends and family to pay their respects. The Wright Funeral Home in Brookfield is in charge of the arrangements for the services. In lieu of flowers, the family begs that memorial contributions be sent to the Linn County SEV Foundation (Cancer Foundation), as well as to the Kirk Cemetery.
They could be sent in care of the Wright Funeral Home at PO Box 496 in Brookfield, Missouri, 64628. On September 29, 2001, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Kyle married the woman who would become the love of his life, Carey Gail Stephens. Kaley Gail Smith was the only child that Kyle and Carey were able to have together.
At the time of this writing, Kaley is a senior at Northwest Missouri State University. Kyle was born and raised in Worth County and received his high school diploma from Worth County in 1983. When Kyle was in Maryville, he worked for Federal Mogul, and in Jefferson City, he worked for Scholastic.
Kyle lived in Maryville. Up until the point that his pancreatic illness began to negatively impact his health, he was employed at Dickerson Tool and Engineering in Chillicothe, Missouri. On February 25, 1990, while attending the Allendale Baptist Church, Kyle made a public profession of faith in Jesus Christ.
At the time of his passing, Kyle served as a deacon at the First Christian Church in Brookfield, Missouri, where he was also a member of the congregation. His sister, Brenda Kay Miller, and his father, Kenneth Lyle Smith, passed away before Kyle. Kyle followed in their footsteps. His wife Carey and his daughter Kaley.
Both of Allendale, Missouri, as well as his mother Betty Smith of Allendale, Missouri, his sister Sherry (Chris) Hill of Ashland, Missouri, and his brother-in-law Burton Miller of Allendale, Missouri, are among his survivors. He is also survived by his mother Betty Smith. His niece Renae (Jesse) Jones, his niece April (Chris) Healy, and his niece Kristen Hill, along with his nephew Jeremy Hill, are all among the survivors. There is a great niece named Gwyn Healy, as well as great nephews named Brock Healy, Jaxton Jones, and Jerex Jones.