It is with unbelievable sadness that we announce the passing
of our Beloved Kyle St.Clair Rhodenizer. Kyle was born on September
28th, 1992 in Bridgewater. Kyle was truly one of a kind, and
comparable to no one. He touched so many lives of both those who knew
him and even some of those who didn’t. He was outspoken,
fierce, and undeniably one of the strongest people we all knew. His
generosity and kind heart spoke volumes about his character. However,
the highlight of Kyle’s presence was his infectious laugh.
Even when he was struggling with his own demons, he would only focus
on making sure everyone else around him was happy. Kyle loved his
family and his friends in a way only he could describe. He would stop
at nothing for any single one of us, especially the kids he formed
individual bonds with as he became the self-proclaimed "Uncle
Kyle" to them all.
Kyle is survived by his parents, Elaine Himmelman(Rhodenizer), Steven Rhodenizer Sr (Janet Meisner), his Brothers Steven Jr, Justin and Matthew. And his grandparents Milton and Maria Rhodenizer, and Eileen Himmelman. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins all of which he loved and cared for deeply. Kyle was predeceased by his grandfather Maurice Himmelman and Uncle Tony Himmelman.
A private ceremony is being held for close family. However, everyone who loved Kyle is invited to meet on Saturday November 27th at 4pm on Crescent Beach to share words, tears and support. In lieu of flowers, donations in Kyle’s memory can be made to the S.H.A.I.D. Tree Animal Shelter, of the South Shore. You can help visit the Go Fund Me webpage in memory of Kyle at https://gofund.me/7e87cb4f or directly through the Funeral Home to help support the family through this tragic hardship. Arrangements are entrusted to the R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting www.corkumfuneralhome.ca
25 people or less at a private Funeral do not require double vaccination or proof of vaccination but masking is required. 25 people or more, proof of vaccination and masking are required