Kyle S. Stanbrough

April 28, 1966October 25, 2020

Kyle S. Stanbrough, age 54, of Lyons, Illinois passed away on Sunday, October 25, 2020. Kyle was born April 28, 1966.

Loving husband of Debra Wolff-Stanbrough. Survived by his sister Lisa (Roland) Scott; Three nieces: Gabrielle, Addison and Sarah and two nephews: Jackson and Roland. Brother-in-law of Teresa (Ronald) Hayes, Erica Wolff (Robert Kryfka) and Jason (Jennifer) Wolff. Preceded in death by his parents Carrel E. and Geraldine M. Stanbrough.

Kyle was a good friend and loved to make people laugh. A big fan of Star Trek and Star Wars. A fan of the Bears and Notre Dame. He enjoyed playing World of Warcraft. Kyle wasn’t in the military but he loved the military and big ships.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Stanbrough family.

Visitation Monday, November 2, 2020 from 4-8 pm at Mount Auburn Funeral Home, 4101 S. Oak Park Avenue, Stickney, IL 60402. Funeral Service Tuesday, November 3, 2020 11am Chapel Service at Mount Auburn Funeral Home (708) 749-2033. Burial at Mount Auburn Memorial Park (708) 749-0022

In consideration of the safety of our guests and associates, Mount Auburn Funeral Home will adhere to the current gathering restrictions in the state of Illinois, which allow 25 or fewer guests at services at a time. Proper social distancing must be practiced and all guests will be required to wear face masks.



  • Visitation

    Monday, November 2, 2020

  • Chapel Funeral Service

    Tuesday, November 3, 2020

  • Burial

    Tuesday, November 3, 2020

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Deidre O'Donohue

November 2, 2020

Mrs. Stanbrough - Vince and I never have never met Kyle, but Lilly chimed in and told us that she met him while in your class a few years ago and that he was "the NICEST guy ever!", which is a pretty great endorsement. We are so very sorry for your loss and are thinking of you and sending you love and hugs virtually.

"Someone once told me that time was a predator that stalked us all our lives. I’d rather believe that time is a companion who goes with us on the journey and allows us to cherish every moment...because they’ll never come again." ~ Captain Picard

edward rauch

October 30, 2020

Oh the memory's i have of Kyle coming up to deer hunt in Bemidji Minnesota. The camper (aka) the love shack as Kyle referred to it as. i had a very small house so all the guy were together nice and cozy as called the love shack.Kyle made names for all my trails and gave all members of the hunting party a name to be used on the two way radio from the move full metal jacket and then had shirts made up for all of us with our special name . Still have mine wish i could fit in it. I remember Kyle shooting a deer and called on the radio i shot one so Ron and i went to go help. Ron was sure he seen where the deer took its last step we found it, But now we had to go mess with Kyle. He said it went this way but Kyle could not find it. I asked Kyle where he had shot at it he showed the spot i broke a branch that hung over the trail behind his back and i said looks like you shot a branch as his body sunk with disappointment Ron let the cat out of the bag that it was laying on the next trail. What a great sport. I have so many memory like this my hart is sad and he will be missed by all of us up north.

Debbie Nieminski

October 28, 2020

I loved sharing Chuck Norris jokes with Kyle! He had a sense of humor that I could appreciate and will miss. Keep the angels laughing, Kyle.

Alex Geron

October 27, 2020

One of my favorite memories of Kyle is when we went for a car ride in my brand used 1980 VW Rabbit with 78,000 miles; but the brakes were new! And after taking a ride around the block Kyle asked me “so how well do those new brakes work?” So I unexpectedly slammed them on. Afterwards, we both peeled ourselves off the front windshield, we laughed for about five minutes. After which Kyle calmly asked, “please never do that again!” From then on whenever we drove somewhere, and traffic would cause us to break hard, we would relive that moment in the VW Rabbit 🐇 and laugh all over again!


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