September 15, 1988 – October 7, 2020
It’s with deep sadness we announce the passing of Kyle Brady Noble on October 7 2020 at the age of 32. Kyle leaves behind his loving father Randy, twin sister Krista(Peter), brother Rod , sister Kim, his nephews Colt and Gauge, many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends.
Kyle was born on September 15 1988, he was diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome but he never let that stop him from living a full, fun happy life. Kyle graduated from John Barsby in 2006, and was the longest standing member of the Nanaimo Timbermen.
Kyle absolutely loved lacrosse and the Senior B Timbermen, he never missed a home game, and they took him to every away game. Kyle would often be found in the dressing room before and after the game, giving his words of encouragement, or an earful if they weren’t playing well.
Kyle also spent time volunteering at the Paradise Isle seniors centre, coordinating the pool tournaments and cheerleading the players.
Kyle enjoyed his time at the Nanaimo aquatic centre, joining in on aquasize and conversations about sports. It warms our hearts to remember that his friends and the lifeguards at aquasize fundraised money in early 2020 to send Kyle and his dad to their first ever live Canucks game in Vancouver.
You could often find Kyle at the movie theatre with his Aunt Linda or friend Geoffrey. He loved collecting movies and has over 5000 in his collection. He loved 50’s-80’s music and would put a vinyl on his record player and dance.
Kyle was an avid animal lover and during his life had two of his own beloved dogs, Jill and Ranger. He was a lifetime member of the Nanaimo racing pigeon club, and as a young child he would be found at the VIEX grounds with his dad in the pigeon barn, at all the pigeon club races, and even managed two of his own pigeon lofts.
In the last few weeks of Kyles life he was surrounded daily by those who loved and admired him.
We would like to thank the palliative care unit for taking such good care of Kyle in his last few weeks.
The Nanaimo Legend will be greatly missed by his friends, Don Good, Brian Schule, Danny Seriani, Andrew(Sam) Mackenzie, Bettyann Fulton, Geoffrey Holder, Gordy Racette, Jim(Julia) and Brandon Kipp, Barrie Cook, Ted(Pat) Grounds, Coach Mike Maughan, everyone at the Nanaimo aquatic centre, seniors centre and especially his Timbermen family. Kyles spirit touched everyone he met, and he will forever be in our hearts.
Donations can be made to the Nanaimo-Ladysmith schools foundation to establish a scholarship in memory of Kyle Noble.
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