OBITUARY

Kylie Nolin Ferrata

August 2, 1962July 28, 2020
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Kylie Nolin Ferrata was born August 2, 1962 to Noel and Linda Chandler and was married to Paddy Ferrata on January 31, 1981. She was predeceased by her father Noel and her younger brother Russell. She is survived by her husband Paddy and their two sons, Nathan and Luke, daughters-in-law Jamie and Devon and her three precious granddaughters, Pres, Ari and Addy. She leaves behind her mother Linda, brother Vian and Sisters Debbie, Sue-Anne and Cora Lee and sisters-in law Ramona, Angie and Mara as well as Brother-in-laws Izak, Ray and Mark with many uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, nieces and all their children. She loved them all and they all adored her.

Taken home to be with God on July 28, 2020, five days short of her 58th birthday, Kylie loved her life and she was adored, respected and admired by all who knew her. She lived for her family, her Christian faith and her many friends. She loved her Valrico Church of Christ congregation, her home and her family’s new life in the USA. She discovered she had cancer in February 2019 and despite extensive surgery and chemo therapy, the cancer returned. Her fight was courageous and her faith strong and unwavering, but in the end, she succumbed and passed away in Paddy’s arms while she slept.

The lives of all who knew her were touched by her gentle soul. Kind, loving, tender, generous, forgiving, selfless and beautiful inside and out. Rest in peace sweet Kylie….Till we meet again.

Psalm 73:26 "My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever."

Memorial Service will be held on Saturday August 8, 2020, with a visitation at 2:00 p.m. and Service at 3:00 p.m. This will be held at Church of Christ at Valrico. 1610 S. Miller Rd., Valrico, FL 33594.

Family has requested that everyone to attend to please wear a mask.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, August 8, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, August 8, 2020

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Chris Baker

August 8, 2020

My love for this beautiful woman was deep. I had the privilege of knowing her and her wonderful husband the past 4 years. Never really socializing with them but knew in my heart that we bonded and have a deep compassion for this family!!! Seeing Ms. Kylie on a regular basis helped me realize what a beautiful soul she was, inside and out. I will be forever grateful to have met this incredible woman that helped show me what true kindness really is! God bless each family member during this time of sorrow and may the Lord bless each one with peace and comfort to help them get through today and the upcoming months. I pray for each one! 🙏 I love you Ms. Kylie!!!! --Chris Baker

Michelle Cunningham

August 7, 2020

To my dearest and best Friend
You will be so so missed by your special family and all your friends. You were always someone I admired and looked up to. We had a wonderful friendship and I am going to miss our chats and Starbucks coffees. You will always stay close to my heart forever my dear friend and I love you very much xxx

Sue-anne Dando

August 7, 2020

My precious sissy you were my brave heart my side kick when we were growing up, my partner in mischief. We had so much fun as kids playing together and just being best friends and sometimes enemies but that never lasted long. You were my role model and the one I wanted to grow up to be like. I thought you were the most beautiful girl in the world and you were. As we got older unfortunately distance seperated us but we were always connected at the heart and you were never far from my thoughts no matter how far away you moved. When you moved to America I thought we would never see each other again but we managed to celebrate my 50th birthday together which was awesome. I was blessed to get to see you and spend time with you twice more and cherish every moment of the time we had together. The last five months I got given with you was the most precious gift and I will treasure each and every moment of it. We made so many happy beautiful memories for which I will always be grateful. I miss you so much my sissy it breaks my heart. You will always be my brave heart and will live forever in my heart. Fly high with the angels sweet sis. I love you to infinity and beyond. Your heartbroken sister Sueyloo

Patti Martin

August 6, 2020

Patti Martin

August 6, 2020

Eric & Katherine Veyon

August 5, 2020

What a beautiful life on this Earth she had and I know she loved all of it and every family member and every friend that shared the moments with her. I looked at every single picture with joy in my heart and tears in my eyes, we never know as we travel life's road, who will impact our lives, Paddy and Kylie touched mine and Eric's hearts in a way, I know they never really got to understand when we were attending Valrico Church of Christ, they always spoke, they always gave us a gesture with a smile or a nod, a loving hand shake and they're loving presence alone spoke for itself and to US as fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. We will miss her presence in this life, I will miss seeing her share her life, but I know beyond a shadow of doubt, we will meet her again! Actions do speak louder than words, we love you Kylie and thank you for the Christian example you exhibited without even knowing! I'll meet you again my sister ❤️

Pat and Sue Patton

August 5, 2020

We first met the Ferrata family when they visited the Valrico Church of Christ..later became part of the Valrico family. It didn't take anytime for us to know that they were a great family and one we wanted to know better. Just listening to them talk was a joy. After getting to know them better and yes, falling in love with them and the boys. When they were boys..told me that I was their American grandmother, I cherish that to this day, no offense Linda, they always knew who their real one was and love you dearly..One time when we had several couples over for soup and salad..Each couple were to bring the soup of their choice. Don't know why I remember hers but it was cold squash soup..delicious. Don't know what its called but she does a wonderful custard. Just hearing them tell of their lives in South Africa was fascinating. Paddy, Nathan and Luke and family we love you and praying for our God to comfort you. Our door is always open to you. Love all the pictures.

Bethany Ezell

August 5, 2020

Kylie was truly kind, generous and loved God and her family more than anything. I was blessed to have met her and known her. I wish we had more time. But God has so many more wonderful Blessings for Kylie. May His peace and strength be with her family as they now live in this world without her, but knowing God is gracious and Loved Kylie and will now be reaching down to comfort you all.

Patti Martin

August 5, 2020

Paddy, Nathan and Luke to my beautiful friends. Kylie was an incredible lady, her beauty was not only on the outside but on the inside as well. I know that each of you now have a large hole in your heart which you think will never be filled again. I pray that our Heavenly Father will fill each hole with His richest soil to be placed there to allow full blossoms of Memories of Laughter and the Words of Wisdom and the Special Times Spent Together, and Her Special Made Dinners for the King or Queen for the day, and her Infectious Beautiful Smile and so much more. Every year following for the Lord to be able to cultivate the soil to bring a renewed memories. So much Love to each of you.... I am only a phone call away. Always and Forever, Patti Martin

Levine Cupido

August 5, 2020

My Dear Kylie. Even though you were a million miles away from me, you were always in my heart. That didn't stop us from staying in contact. I thank God for that. Reading how special you were to every single person you knew makes my heart smile because you always made time for us to chat even though you had an adoring husband, 2 gorgeous sons, beautiful daughter in laws and not to mention the most amazing cutie pie granddaughters. You also made time for your friends. There are no amount of words that will ever describe how much I cared about you and what you meant to me, but my heart feels so much joy knowing you had an amazing family that adored you. You taught me so many things, professionally and about life. Your values were always so admirable. Our chats about God always comforted me. Till we meet again my Kylie. I will miss our convos and I will miss my special messages on FB. Rest in Peace my beautiful, kind hearted friend. Till Forever. Lots of Love, Levine.

FROM THE FAMILY
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Ouma with Adley

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Mexico Ruins

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Ouma and Presley

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Beach Day with an excited Pres

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Doing Presley's hair

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Nathan's College Graduation

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Ouma and Pres

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Ouma and Ariana

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Kylie and Luke

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