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Memorial donations can be made to World Vision or a charity of your choice. Also, please consider donating blood to Canadian Blood Services.

 

Tony Kyle

Death Notice

Paul Anthony (Tony) Kyle, son of Dave & Mildred (Follick) Kyle, passed away Saturday, October 13, 2018 at University Hospital in London, Ontario.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, October 21 at the London Civic Gardens from 2-5pm, with special remembrances at 3pm.

Tony was born September 7, 1957 in Clinton Ontario. He received his MA in Philosophy from the University of Western Ontario (1982) and continued with his PhD studies until 1987. He spent most of his working life with the City of London. In 2017, he retired from his position as West Area Recreation Services Manager - Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services, to enjoy life with his family and friends. Among his recent contributions to community building and healthy living in London are the Middlesex-London In Motion partnership and the Healthy Eating/Healthy Physical Activity Strategies of London’s Child and Youth Agenda.

Tony was an active volunteer. The organizations that benefitted from his generosity include the London Community Foundation, John Gordon Home, Royal Lifesaving Society of Canada, Canadian Red Cross Society, International Badminton Federation/Canadian Badminton Association and the Association of Aquatic Personnel of Ontario. He was a contributing author to Alert: Lifeguarding in Action. He received the Service Cross and the Bar to Service Cross from the Royal Lifesaving Society for his work in aquatics and first aid training.

Tony was much loved by Jim Bay and Dennis Pellarin; predeceased brother Steve Kyle (Pat) of Tillsonburg; sister Nancy Wells (Bill) of Tillsonburg; brother Gary Kyle (Judy) of Hensall; nieces and nephews, Rick (Tammy) Kyle (their children Breanna, Maclean and Merissa), Cindy (Shawn) Kyle (their daughter Brooklyn); Mike (Marni) Wolfe (their daughter Ava), Stacey (Steve) Hopkins (their daughter Fiona); Karie-Sue (Rob) MacLean (their daughters Allison and Olivia); Ryan (Sarah) Kyle (their sons Winston and Luke).

Memorial donations can be made to World Vision or a charity of your choice. Also, please consider donating blood to Canadian Blood Services.

Heartfelt thanks to all who cared for Tony including, especially, the staff in the Coronary Care and Intensive Care Units, as well as the members of the surgical team.