Billy Sammy Kyle

KYLE

Billy Sammy Kyle, 68. Sunrise November 8, 1941,Sunset August 13, 2010. He was born in Thorpe, WV to the late John L. and Hazel Kyle. A graduate of East High School, U.S. Army Veteran and retiree of Roadway Express. He was a member of Columbus Bible Way Church where he formerly served in the Transportation and Choir Ministries. Billy was in the Eagles Motorcycle Club and American Legion. Left to cherish his memory, wife Staci Kyle, son John M. (Karen) Kyle of Camp Pendleton, CA, daughters Audra Kyle of Columbus, Bethany (John) Crawford of Atlanta, GA and Amber Nicole Byrd of Columbus, brothers Steve (Ruth) Kyle of Newport, NC and Marvin (Nettie) Kyle of Bouie, MD, grandchildren Andrew, James, Jessica, Tyler, and Jalynn, special special friend Ricky Johnson and a host of other relatives and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. Rev. Carnell J. Barrow and Dec. Everett Barrow :

    To Brother Steve Kyle and family, we're remembering you at this time in our prayers. The God of hope comfort you with all comfort. His blessings are sure find strength in 1 Corinthians chapter 15 that lets us know inverse 49 "es;And as we have borne the image of the man of dust, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly Man. Jesus. Love you and God loves you more.

  2. CYNTHIA D. "BOOM" PRESTON, COLUMBUS FLAMES MCC :

    To Staci, Amber & the entire Kyle family:

    I am so sorry for your lost. Mr. Sammy is in GOD's loving arms. To be absent from the body is to be present with the LORD. May GOD see you through this difficult time.

  3. Speed Buggy Cols. Flames MCC :

    Sammy is in a better place .He will be truely missed .You will never be forgotten .We have had some good times that I will never forget.
    RIP.
    Speed Buggy ,Cols.Flames MCC

  4. My condolences to Sammy's family and extended family. He will certainly be missed.

  5. Sammy you will be missed, I Thank God for crossing our paths, Sammy I will miss you when I come into Willis Beauty Supply. And to the family I am so sorry. He will be missed

    Krystal Bobo

  6. OLD SKOOL-ZULUS MC :

    Mr Kyle was a true gentleman. He ALWAYS had a kind word to say each and every time we encountered one another. The Columbus Ohio motorcycle community has lost a true ambassador, true gentleman, and just an ALL around good man. Your smile will be missed. Gone but Not ever forgotten. May God comfort the family in this time of sorrow.

    Respectfully,

    OLD SKOOL-President-ZULUS COLUMBUS

  7. MRS. HELEN L. COMBS-DULANEY :

    OUR SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO ALL OF THE KYLE FAMILY DURING THE LOSS OF THEIR LOVED ONE. OUR PRAYERS OUR WITH
    MS. HELEN & FAMILY

  8. Thoughts and prayer's are with the family. Cuz will be greatly missed. A great frend from Roadway.

    Ron Pierce
    ( Ten Speed )

  9. I am going to miss you. I looked forward to seeing you everytime I came in to get hair products. Rest In Peace.

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