Kyle Samuel Stolmack
July 29, 1994 – September 14, 2019
Kyle Samuel Stolmack (Yeti), 25 of Castle Rock CO, passed away on September 14, 2019, at Children’s Hospital of Colorado after a 14-year battle with cancer.
He was born at Porter Hospital in Denver on July 29, 1994, son of Ingrid and Martin Stolmack. He is survived by his parents and sister Megan Anne Stolmack. He is also survived by his grandparents, Harriet and David Stolmack, multiple Aunts and Uncles and cousins, Ryan and Jason Hainault, Kristen Ginger, Christopher and Michael Feldbush, Talia Eaton and Shaun and Erinn Wanek-Walsh. He also leaves behind his most beloved companion who has been with him through the last 10 years, Rebel.
Kyle spent his early years growing up in the Denver area where he was involved in multiple sports such as lacrosse, baseball, golf and soccer. He enjoyed spending his time playing outdoors with his sister and friends. At the age of 10 he moved to Virginia, with his family, which is where he was first diagnosed with his cancer. Even though he was going through multiple years of treatment, He never lost his sense of humor and his caring and concern for those around him. He continued to love playing sports and in between his bouts with the cancer took up rowing and played more golf. Despite the cancer and treatments Kyle pushed through and graduated from Westfield High School in Chantilly VA, with the rest of his class, and then was accepted into the pre engineering program at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. After completing 2 years there he realized that Art was his true passion and transferred to the Art Institute where he continued his studies until his most recent relapse. Even though he had to pause his studies he never stopped expressing himself through his drawing and art.
He had a passion for Hockey and the Colorado Avalanche were his team, even when he lived in Virginia. Since much of his last 2 years were spent at home, he also loved watching Canadian Football and all other types of sports that were available.
When he was not going through treatment, Kyle was determined to raise money for childhood cancer research and for a total of 7 years he took part in the St Baldrick’s campaign. He felt that shaving his head was worth it if it could help another child in the future.
Kyle was our Hero and our strength through all the storms that he weathered. He never gave up his fight against the “Beast”! Kyle’s bright and shining light will never fade and we will always remember. We Love you!!
- Remembrance of Kyle Thursday, September 26, 2019
Kyle Samuel Stolmack
Marty and Martha Feldbush
September 24, 2019
We followed Kyle’s journey through family members and often remembered him in prayer. This was not God’s plan. An enemy has done this! Praise God that a day is coming when illness will be a thing of the past. We have eternity to look forward to when all things will be new and unmarried by the effects of sin as is our lot on planet earth. May God comfort you and strengthen you in the days, months, and years ahead. Cherish all the wonderful memories. God bless you.
Wes Coleman (C.O.P.S.)
September 19, 2019
So very sorry from his Canadian friends at C.O.P.S. I never had the opportunity in person to meet him but I felt I knew him a small bit from Richard E. Despite not meeting him, I could tell he was an inspiration and hero to all that knew him. His courage, bravery, and determination touched everyone he met, even those he didnt. An angel on earth. God Bless all of the family and friends and thanks for the opportunity to have known him.