Kyle Brown Obituary, Death Cause – kyle (Kaylee) Brown. In affectionate remembrance of Kyle (Kaylee) Brown. Kyle was born in Lansing, Michigan, on January 7, 1993, and he passed away on May 21, 2023, having reached the age of 30. 2011 marked the year of Kyle (Kaylee) Brown’s graduation from Portland High School. He was a regular contributor to the blood bank in addition to being in the drama club. After receiving his diploma, he immediately enlisted in the Army National Guard.
Kyle is survived by his siblings, Devin (Brittaney) Brown, Shawn Brown, and Trey Burhans; sisters, Nakia Burhans (Austin Buskirk), and Josey Goforth; a nephew named Jackson Brown, a niece named Kenadie, and a nephew named Kevin Buskirk. His parents, Craig Brown (Diana Babila) and Melony Allerding (Jay Goforth), are among surviving members of his family. In addition to his parents and grandparents, he is survived by a number of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Kyle had a passion for the performing and visual arts, as well as writing, sketching, acting, reading, and traveling to a variety of states, most notably all the way to Alaska. His interest in nature and bees, which he considered to be his passion, will live on in memory as a testament to him. Brown’s Bee Service was his own company, through which he removed bees and hives, produced and sold honey and beeswax projects, and was quite skilled in all of these endeavors. He was also an entrepreneur.
His passing away came far too soon, and we shall miss him terribly; our hearts go out to all of you. Celebration of Life will take place at the Sunfield United Methodist Church on Friday, May 26, 2023 at 11:00 AM. Visitation will take place on Friday between 10 and 11 AM at the Church. A Full Military Graveside Service will take place in East Sebewa Cemetery immediately after the service that will take place at the Church. After the graveside service, there will be a luncheon provided at the church where the service was held.