Kyle Michael Walsh

Born July 19, 1989 in Melbourne, Florida
Departed May 31, 2024 in Melbourne, Florida

Kyle Michael Walsh, age 34, passed away May 31, 2024 in Melbourne, Florida.

Kyle was born to Brian and Dawn Walsh on July 19, 1989 as the youngest of three children. He spent many years playing soccer and in the last few years he developed a strong game of disc golf. He started a local disc golf league and tournament. Kyle loved an adventure and spent some time building bridges in South Dakota, fishing the SKA tournaments and traveling with friends. He loved his family, his friends, his dog, music festivals and a good time.

Kyle was preceded in heaven by his mother. He is survived by his father Brian (Brandy) Walsh; sister Lindsay (Chris Godwin) Walsh; brothers Jonathan (Karla) Walsh, and Logan Walsh; grandmother Winifred Nost and nephews Warren and William Godwin and Gabriel Godwin. Kyle is also survived by Fred and Barbara Acton, Randy and Colleen Truitt, Kevin Walsh, Nick (Paige), Devon, Jake, Jack (Alexis), Eva, Kate, Joe and Melissa Walsh, The Yuill and Machulak families, Jonathan Donahue and his best girl, Nala.

Kyle was one of a kind, an amazing person with a heart that welcomed everyone. His ability to see beyond labels and embrace individuals for their true selves was a rare and beautiful gift. His presence will be greatly missed and remembered.

A Funeral Mass will be held at 11 am on June 27, 2024 at Ascension Catholic Church, 2950 N. Harbor City Boulevard, Melbourne, Florida. In addition, a Celebration of Life is planned for June 29, 2024 at 10:00 am at Wickham Park in Pavilion 1.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in Kyle’s memory to “Space Coast Basket Brigade”, a local charity which provides food baskets to families in need, or the “Pieloch Dog Park” which Kyle frequented with Nala.

Space Coast Basket Brigade

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Jan Miorelli from Melbourne wrote on July 4, 2024:
God bless, our Kyle memories are from innocent days of childhood - a sweet, energetic little guy: Ascension Catholic School, soccer, birthday parties (wish a 7th birthday party photo from 1996 could post here) Gone too soon, remembered with a lovely funeral Mass
Sheila Nost from Melbourne wrote on June 11, 2024:
Kyle, you left too soon. Your smile and your amazing soul will live on in so many memories. You are and will be so missed. Fly high sweet soul.
Patricia Daly Dezman from Melbourne, fl wrote on June 9, 2024:
It was a joy for me to teach this young man. His overflowing heart knew no bounds with kindness towards me. But, he learned well from his father who I also taught. Definitely gone too soon, Kyle left a mark on my heart with his smile, love, and kind heart during a tough time. May the angels and your Mom carry you swiftly into paradise.
Lynette Hindle from Palm Bay wrote on June 7, 2024:
You will alway be one of my favorite people. Alway had a smile for everyone. We will greatly miss you, but we will forever think of you and smile.
Marcia Lockwood from Shippensburg wrote on June 7, 2024:
I knew Kyle as young boy who was bright and energetic. I wish the best for all his loved ones. Marcia (Franki’s mom)
Danny and Rachel London from Sarasota wrote on June 7, 2024:
Kyle, our families were always close since we were real young. We strayed apart for some years, but I think it’s funny how good friends always make their way back into your lives. Your life ended way too short, but it was also full of great memories that I know I’ll look back on at and smile. From school to church, disc golf and one-wheeling around, it was always better to have you around. You had an infectious smile and easy-going attitude that was contagious. Rest in peace big guy! I know another angel is looking down on us from heaven. -Danny and Rachel London
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