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Currier, Kyle Patrick- Wednesday September 29, 2021.

Beloved husband of Holly Currier; loving father of Noah Currier and Josiah Currier; dear son of Francis (Connie) Coyne and the late Myrna Currier (nee Silvernale)

Kyle was a long time Union Carpenter and member of Central Reform Congregation.

Born March 16, 1965 in Hudson, WI. Married Holly (Kiske) Currier on July 6,1996 in Keystone, CO

Kyle was a much loved husband, father, son and friend, his loss is devastating. Kyle was an excellent carpenter his entire life and could also repair anything mechanical. You knew that if he worked on it, it would be done right the first time. He would help anyone, especially family

Kyle loved to be active. When not working construction, he taught snowboarding at Hidden Valley in the winters and mountain biked in the summers. He loved to ride his motorcycle on country roads on weekends. He was the neighbor kids brought their bikes to for repair, the family you called to help work on your house, the uncle who helped you move, the rider who stopped on the trail to help repair your tire, the uncomplaining “honey-do” husband and the dad who would drop everything and change his plans if one of his boys called.  He was a man who never asked for anything in return. He will be missed by many.

Kyle was a longtime Union Carpenter and member of Central Reform Congregation in St. Louis, MO.

Donations can be made in his name to Gateway Off road Cyclists (GORC) in St. Louis

Memorial will be held outdoors at Shaw Nature Reserve on Sunday October 24, 2021 between noon and 4pm. A service of KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL