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Kyle William Tremblett

September 8, 1989October 27, 2020
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With sadness and heavy hearts, we announce the sudden passing of Kyle William Tremblett, age 31, on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.

Kyle was caring, funny, and smart. He left a positive impact on many lives and will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Kyle loved being outdoors with his dog, and enjoyed playing on the Cambridge Minor Lacrosse and Cambridge Minor Hockey teams. He will be lovingly remembered by his mother Wanda Tremblett (Al Evans), sister Christine Tremblett (Trevor), aunts Lisa Wade (Jeff) and Jackie Mader (John), uncle Glen Wade (Barb), grandfather John Wade, and his faithful canine companion, Kaia. Kyle was predeceased by his grandmother, Mary Wade. Cremation has taken place and a private Memorial Mass will be held at St. Clement’s Church. The family will host a Celebration of Life for Kyle at a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Kyle’s memory may be made to the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council or The Cambridge Minor Lacrosse Association.

Services

  • Livestream of Kyle Tremblett's Mass

    Thursday, November 5, 2020

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Robert Worsnop

November 14, 2020

Dear Wanda and Al,
We just heard about your lost.
Our deepest Sympathies and we are thinking of you during this difficult time. We are here for you if you need anything .

Rob Steffler

November 7, 2020

Wow just hearing the heart breaking news. Meeting Kyle through cambridge minor lacrosse he was not a kid he was a young man that always presented and carried himself with a maturity well beyond his years. He was man who touched many lives and will be missed by many. RIP Mr Tremblett. CHEIFS LACROSSE NOT A SPORT BUT A FAMILY FOR LIFE

father terry paquette

November 4, 2020

My heart is with Wanda, Christine, Lisa, Trevor and other family members and friends. The last word about our dear Kyle is not his death. For, he was baptized into the Life of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The only Life that is, by its very nature, forever. There, at the speed of his openness, his tears can be dried, and the deepest healing can happen. Jesus radiates his Merciful Love on Kyle. This is the ultimate healing. He can do this all by himself. But, in his humility, he wants to also pass through our prayers. What a privilege for us! Thus in Christ, persons and therefore relationships continue. Because of the Risen Jesus ,Life and healing have the last word.
On Thursday Nov. 5, at 11:00 I will offer the Holy Mass, in union with all of you, at St. Benedict's House, Lachute, Qc.
love, Father Terry Paquette

Wanda Tremblett

November 3, 2020

From some of kyles online friends

Hey, I'm Shannon. I know you do not know me but my husband and I knew your brother from online and we absolutely love him. We have some fond memories with him. We stayed up hours on end talking to him. We seriously loved kyle so much. I know words can never take the hurt away. But please know, we loved him and cherish him more than you know. We're blessed to have known him 🖤 were sending your family hugs and love!

Wanda Tremblett

November 3, 2020

Hello Kevin, can you please send me the info once you get it. Brad told me you were Kyles buddy and roommate. Kyle was a good friend of mine. I knew him for 10 years+. I'm crushed and confused about everything. We were literally just playing a game together for the last 2 months everyday. He never once mentioned or hinted anything of this sort. I just would like to send my condolences to you and Kyles family. I know it might not mean much from an online friend.. but am I glad me and Kyle got to meet up once. He actually paid for my whole trip when I didn't have much money and wasn't doing that great. It was honestly a privilege to have had a friend like him. He also gave me good advice and tried to help me do better in life and with my career. About a week ago he left me with an audio book he suggested I listen to from amazon. I plan on listening to it. Your the only person I know that actually knows Kyle in person. The rest of us are all online. I didn't know how this message was going to start or end but just thanks for reading. I'm gonna miss him.

Todd McCutcheon

November 2, 2020

We have not seen eachother since the Halloween nights at Trev's when you were a wee young man,then again when you were the up and coming lacrosse player.

That is of no matter my friend, as I've followed you from afar on your journey to becoming a man.

Truely, my heart breaks for your family and close loved ones and of course for you.

May peace find you lad, and strength to all who loved you. You shall be dearly missed.

Sara McNanney

October 31, 2020

Kyle, we grew up together. You taught me lacrosse and mini sticks.. We used to fight our robots together in the early 2000's . You would tease me to no end yet always had the sense of humor I always admired. And I can say now that you made an impact on who ive become as a person. The time we spent growing up was precious and I'll never take it for granted. I'll miss you forever .

Steve Cooke

October 30, 2020

RIP my dear friend 😢. I'm forever grateful for the time we shared together. We always pushed to get the most out of each other and had so many laughs in the process. Even after our years of playing together ended, we continued to keep in touch and support each other in our current endeavors. Like every Chief it never seemed to matter how much time passed, we always picked up right where we left off. I have no doubt that will be the case when we meet again. I will always keep you in my heart and want to say thank you for the many memories we made together and know you will be missed dearly but never forgotten my friend. Until we meet again 🙏

Isabel Reid

October 29, 2020

Kyle was such a sweet guy......I remember him from being very young.....always a smile......always that twinkle in his eye........always so kind and generous.
You will be missed Kyle. May you find peace and rest in it.
Deepest sympathy to Wanda and Christine. Also sympathy to Lisa and Glen and Grandpa Wade and the rest of the family.
He is with his Grandma now and I am sure she will continue to spoil him.
RIP Kyle.

Isabel Reid

Taylor Best

October 29, 2020

Kyle was a fantastic friend and teammate. Had the pleasure of going to high school and sharing the lacrosse floor with him. Played the game with so much intensity but was always smiling and having a good time. You will be greatly missed.

RIP #12

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