Alan Kyle

alan kyle

April 7, 1938 ~ October 5, 2010

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Alan Kyle, 72, passed away Oct. 5, 2010, from an aggressive cancer. With tears we say goodbye to a man we will never forget. He was uniquely special to those who knew him. A simple man who loved his wife of 53 years, his son, daughter, grandsons, family and friends. If you knew him, you knew his love for hunting, camping, his dogs and his horses. When you think of him and his sense of humor, put a smile on your face and your heart will be warmed. Preceded in death by his son, Dale Kyle; mother, Kathryn Sims; father, Willard Kyle; and father-in-law, John Prince. Survived by his wife, Glenna Kyle, daughter, Dyanne Kyle Lacey; grandsons, Kyle and Koltyn Lacey; brother, Donald and Kelly Kyle and their children; sister, Cindy and Kenneth Hoeye and their children; sister, Susan and Steve Burger; mother-in-law, Edyth Prince; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and special friends. Alan retired from School District # 70 as Director of Transportation. Life member of NRA, the Florence Elks Lodge and various horse organizations. Graveside service, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences,

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  1. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Some of my fondest memories are of growing up and getting in trouble at your place. Alan was a great guy to grow up around.

    Kirk Guddendorf and Fmaily

  2. Donnie, Kelly and Family
    Please know your in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Alan was a great guy and I have many good memories of working with him at District 70. He will be missed. Sincerely, Charlene

  3. I am truly sorry to hear of Alan passing away. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this tough time.

  4. Glenna and family, I was very sadden to hear of Alan’s passing. He was a great boss to work for, but he was a friend to. He touched a lot of people with his good sprit. I will miss seeing him at State Fair or driving down 36th lane on his way to go hunting.

  5. It is with our deepest sympathy and sorrow to hear of the passing of Alan. We wish to offer our condolences to all of Alan’s family and friends. Alan worked with my father (Don) at the Dist. 70 shop for several years and my father always spoke very highly of Alan.

  6. Glenna, Dyanne and the whole family…. My deepest sympathy goes out to you all at this time of loss. Alan was a very wonderful man and will truly be missed every day by every one that ever had the greatest opportunity ever to met him. I have been thinking of all you so much lately…. My love hugs and strength will be with you all on this day ,, I’m so sorry that I will be unable to attend….Sending all my love til I can give it to you in person…. Love you Brenda Lee

  7. Dyanne and Family
    My deepest sympathy is with you and your family Alan was a wonderful person and touched the hearts of everyone he came in contact with he will be greatly missed
    LouAnn McCurry and Arlene Stolz

  8. I am sorry to hear of the loss of such a great man. Not only was he my boss, but he was a friend as well. We shared many great times and memories. My prayers go out to the whole family. God Bless.

  9. Glenda and family,
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. When I think of Alan and my Dad I remember a lot of great laughs and fantastic memories. Alan will be greatly missed. Your family is in our prayers.
    Shylo Wilcox-Dennison (Buddy’s daughter)

  10. We will always remember Alan with his wonderful sense of humor. Our most sincere condolences to Glenna and the entire family. You all are in our hearts and prayers.

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