Kyle Andrew Wesler (Mohr)
November 11, 1993 – October 4, 2020
Kyle Andrew Wesler was born November 11, 1993 in Eugene, Oregon and lived a life filled with love and adventure until he suddenly left us in a motorcycle accident on October 4, 2020 in Portland, Oregon.
Kyle lived with his mom in Eugene until he was 4. He moved to Bend, Oregon where he met his younger brothers Hunter and Logan in 1999 and 2001, respectively. He moved with his family to Portland in 2005 where he attended West Sylvan Middle School and then Wilson High School. He spent his senior year with family in Christmas Valley and graduated from North Lake High School. After graduation, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and served his country which included deployment to Afghanistan. After the Marines, Kyle became a wildland fire fighter and was actively protecting Oregon from the fires at the time of his accident.
Kyle loved his family, his friends, animals of all types, playing pool, cooking, firefighting and pretty much any adventure that came his way. He positively impacted many, many lives. He cared deeply for the happiness of those he knew and was available at the drop of a hat to help anyone who needed a hug, a listening ear or whatever he could do to help that person in their time of need. He embodied kindness and everyone who met him got to experience this with his own special and unique form of Kyle delivery. His sense of humor ran the gamut from goofy to obnoxious and even after being the butt of one of his jokes, you couldn’t help but to love him. The world will miss the spice of Kyle.
He is survived by his mama, Charlene Wesler; stepdad, Michael Susak; younger brothers, Hunter Mohr and Logan Wesler; aunts, Kelly Roth, Katie Wesler, and Cheryl Murphy; uncles, Allen Roth, Aaron Wesler and Jon Murphy; cousins, Elisha Roth, Silas Roth, Noah Roth, Hannah Roth, Acacia Roth, Naomi Roth, Zachariah Wesler, Kendall Wesler, Isabelle Wesler, Ethan Murphy, Kendra Murphy, Austin Murphy and Emily Murphy; and more close friends then there is room here to list. A memorial service celebrating Kyle’s life will be held Saturday October 17th at 3pm available as a live stream due to COVID restrictions.
A GoFundMe has been set up to offset funeral expenses and can be found at https://www.gofundme.com/f/kyles-memorial-costs?fbclid=IwAR14KdQI-tlgRbiz4-85-tsnQW3AWKLkAjGv_2gENWwS2FWbhPwlEH_kmTk .
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.finleysunsethills.com for the Wesler family.
Celebration of Life
Saturday, October 17, 2020
Kyle Andrew Wesler (Mohr)
October 17, 2020
Kyle was one of the very first people to ever make me feel like I could be myself around others. He illuminated with light, love, laughter and happiness. He was truly one of my very first friends, and I will forever be grateful for how he always knew when I needed checking up on. Rest In Peace, and until we meet again brother.
October 14, 2020
I didn’t know him until I read this obituary. I will forever remember him♥️ I was born November 11, 1956 , so it caught my attention : I know how much he is missed and loved. I’m so sorry for ur loss. His love is living on ...... he is still making friends even now . He’s made one with me
October 14, 2020
I loved having you on the pool team. We had so much fun. One of my last full funnest hang outs with you was when we made it to regionals in June 2017. We had lots of laughs and cheers. We spent the weekend playing our hearts out to win and then Saturday afternoon running around Portland just having fun. You were such a warm soul and had the best smile...
We ran into each other a few times after and I was always so happy to see you. You were a good man gone to soon. Rest easy friend ❤️
October 12, 2020
I've never had someone challenge me to be better as much as he did, other than my father. I'll miss our conversations, and the fact he could always pull me out of any hole I buried myself into. He taught me how to climb out myself, and I will always be grateful for it. Time to rest big man, you did enough.
Always wishing you had the opportunity to do just a little more.
We'll meet up later.
Kasey Cray Balch
October 10, 2020
I met Kyle at a show at the Annex maybe 7ish years ago. Never did I imagine he would have such an impact on my life. He was my birthday twin, only a few hours difference between us. Kyle became my soul brother and throughout the years he stayed my voice of reason and one of my closest friends even if we lost touch here and there. His presence was enough to push away any gray cloud I was fighting in my life.
We recently reconnected and I kept telling him to be safe in the fires...
This loss has hit so much deeper than others.
Kyle was one of the most beautiful, genuine souls I’ve ever met and he will be missed beyond words.
I love you my brother and my best friend. Until we meet again. I’m
October 8, 2020
When Kyle was a really little guy (just crawling) Char left him for us to watch for the day while she worked. We were in the living room watching tv and our big Labrador/mix mutt was grumbling a really low irritated sound. When we turned around to see why he was so irritated he was curled up in his basket and Kyle had crawled in there with him and was popping him on the head. Grinning from ear to ear ! I don’t think I saw Kyle again until he was an adult home from the military. Char brought Kyle and a girlfriend and the two younger boys to our cabin at the Alsea. He was spinning such tall tales all day long just trying to impress the girl and mess with his younger brothers. What a character. I am so sorry his life was cut short. He didn’t get the chance to fulfill his potential. Prayers for all the family. We are all thinking of you.