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Rosewood Funeral Chapel

3304 Mockingbird Ln, Victoria, TX

OBITUARY

Richard Kyle Kincaid

May 5, 1975February 5, 2020

Richard “Kyle” Kincaid, DNP FNP ENP, passed away Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the age of 44 in Houston following a brief illness. Kyle was born May 5, 1975 in Victoria, TX to Richard L. Kincaid and Nancy L. Crozier Kincaid. He served as a Director for Schumacher Clinical Partners, leading Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants working in Emergency Departments. He touched the lives of countless individuals at Citizen’s Emergency Department in his role as a Nurse Practitioner. Kyle also co-founded the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP), which he served as president in 2016-2017. Additionally, Dr. Kincaid held faculty appointment at the University of Texas-Health Science Center in Houston where he taught in the post-master’s emergency/trauma nurse practitioner program for over a decade. Kyle had almost 23 years of experience in emergency medicine including prehospital/air medicine and trauma services where he served as Chief Flight Nurse in Victoria’s inaugural Medivac program. He received both his Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, as well as his Master of Science in Nursing as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP). His strive and dedication to emergency medicine was recognized with the Nurse Practitioner of the Year award from South Texas Foundation for Nursing Excellence in 2010. Additionally, as part of a collaborative effort, he helped maintain his family ranch and cattle business. He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Holly Schreiber Kincaid; daughter, Alexis Raye Kincaid; son, Bayliss Kane Kincaid; mother, Nancy Kincaid of Victoria; sister, Teresa (Chris) Stines of Victoria; brother, Layton (Ingrid) Kincaid of Kerrville; grandmother, Dorothy Kincaid of Thompsonville; mother-in-law, Judy Schreiber; sister-in-law, Heather (Paul) Mascorro of Victoria; brother-in-law, Jay (Tammy) Schreiber of Rapid City, SD; brother-in-law, James (Kendall) Schreiber of Edmond, OK. Kyle was loved by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Kyle was preceded in death by his father, Richard L. Kincaid; father-in-law, John Schreiber; grandparents, Milvern and Katherine Crozier and grandfather, Ray Kincaid. Pallbearers are his beloved friends; Davis Farquhar, Brian Walford, Brian Andel, Kevin Temple, John Trevino, Amanda Savage, Isaac Almeida and Karl Schlesak. Honorary pallbearers are; all the ICU staff and physicians of St. Luke’s 7 South; all his previous and current colleagues, coworkers, staff and physicians of Citizen’s Medical Center Emergency Department; his Schumacher Family and his Fit Strong United CrossFit Family. Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 from 1-2 PM at Spring Creek Place Event Center, 12116 Nursery Drive, Victoria, TX 77904, followed by a Celebration of Life service at 2 PM with Rev. Casey DuBose officiating. A graveside service is scheduled for 2 PM Sunday, February 16, 2020 at Waelder, TX. Cemetery. A memorial scholarship fund has been established in Kyle’s honor with The University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston. Contributions can be made in his memory here: https://giving.uth.edu/memorial Words of comfort may be shared at www.rosewoodfuneralchapel.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Holly Schreiber Kincaid, Wife
  • Alexis Raye Kincaid, Daughter
  • Bayliss Kane Kincaid, Son
  • Nancy Crozier Kincaid, Mother
  • Teresa Stines and husband, Chris, Sister and spouse
  • Layton Kincaid and wife, Ingrid, Brother and spouse
  • Dorothy Kincaid, Grandmother
  • Judy Schreiber, Mother-in-law
  • Heather Mascorro and husband, Paul, Sister-in-law
  • Jay Schreiber and wife, Tammy, Brother-in-law
  • James Schreiber and wife, Kendall, Brother-in-law
  • Richard L. Kincaid, Father (deceased)
  • John Schreiber, Father-in-law (deceased)
  • Milvern and Katherine Crozier, Grandparents (deceased)
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Davis Farquhar
  • Brian Walford
  • Brian Andel
  • Kevin Temple
  • John Trevino
  • Amanda Savage
  • Isaac Almeida
  • Karl Schlesak
  • ICU Staff and physicians of St. Luke's 7 South, Honorary
  • Kyle's Schumacher Family, Honorary
  • Kyle's Fit Strong United CrossFit Family, Honorary
  • Colleagues, coworkers, staff and physicians of Citizen's Medical Center Emergency Department, Honorary

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Graveside Service Sunday, February 16, 2020

Memories

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Mark Johnson

February 17, 2020

I met Kyle while training for a Lead PA position for SCP Health. I always enjoyed our conversations and he was an advocate for NPs. I enjoyed seeing him every year at our yearly leadership conference. He once reminded me not to take life so seriously; I distinctly remember that conversation and it reminds me to always keep first things first.

Kyle will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

Elda Ramirez

February 16, 2020

A phenomenal man!
Kyle was a student of ours at UTHouston. He came in quiet and respectful and soon showed his colors as the brilliant, razor sharp witted leader he is.
Kyle became a colleague - one of my emergency people. ( we are special).
He achieved his doctorate and started to teach with us. The students gravitated to him effortlessly. He was a natural!
Kyle did hard things. Kyle made hard things seem so darn easy!
Kyle had an immense reach nationally in his position with his company and the organization he founded and led. He systematically changed his profession and because of that patients get better care on a huge platform.
Kyle loved deeply but it was not until I recently met his "people" that I realized whose worlds he impacted with most love and generosity. His circle is a circle of titanium. His people were his world and no matter what was happening nationally from his influence, all he needed was his people.
Holly you are a phenomenal woman - thank you for sharing Kyle with us and reminding us what matters is what we come home to.
Godspeed to You and your beautiful children. Blessings to all of Kyle's people.
From your AAENP Family

Carol Warren

February 16, 2020

Nancy, Teresa, & Layton,
You all have my deepest Sympathy for your Loss! I've never forgotten the time Teresa & Kyle worked for me as lifeguards. I knew in my heart they'd do well in life because of their strong work ethic & supportive parents!
May you all find strength in your Faith to get you through this time of Sorrow & Grief.
Sincerely,
Carol Warren

Emily Adkisson

February 14, 2020

Nancy,
Words cannot even express the grief I felt when I heard of Kyle's passing. I cannot even imagine what you and the rest of the family are going through. I prayed for him at length last weekend in Sunday School when Ella was there. I truly believe that he is now whole, out of pain and suffering, and sitting with Jesus in a perfect world. It doesn't help us right now because we are human. We don't understand and miss him but we also know that we will see him again one day in heaven. Praying for you and your family in this most difficult time. Love, Emily Wynn Adkisson

Kim Karl Jones

February 12, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. Kyle graduated with my sister Kacy. I met Kyle through her. I’ll never forget me going into Citizens ER in great pain scared to death of the outcome and in walks Kyle. He was professional and polite. His character showed his softness to help others and assured me he would find out the source of my pain and indeed he did! His calmness took my fear away. His smile could light a room. He will be missed by many. Heaven has gained someone very special. Prayers to his family and friends.

Ricky & Carol Ann Lenz

February 12, 2020

We were deeply saddened to hear that Kyle had passed away. He was a fine young man and an outstanding PA. He always had a big smile on his face. He helped many people as a PA. We know that Kyle will be greatly blessed. May God bless the entire Kincaid family during your time of loss.

Kisha Mitchell

February 11, 2020

First my sincere condolences to Mrs. Kincaid your kids and Kyles entire family. My prayers are with you all. I worked with Kyle many years ago in the ER before he became a NP. He was smart, fast, hilarious and a great teacher! No matter how busy or crazy the shift was he always had your back!

Justin Myers

February 11, 2020

Kyle was a great teammate. He had an infectious smile and you could not help being happy with him around. He tackled life like he did on the football field, all out. When we would have a big game he would be so excited and anxious he would throw up in a locker room stall. That is when you knew the other team was in trouble. He played as coaches would say with his hair on fire. Rest in Peace my friend, classmate, teammate, brother.

Jim neumann

February 11, 2020

Kyle was a tremendous person. It was my privilege to work with Kyle during his time at Citizens. He always cared deeply about his patients. And after we finished reviewing imaging studies, we would visit and enjoy the last fishing or hunting tale. And when a kidney stone reared it’s head at two in the morning, the first person I saw in the ER was Kyle , and I knew all would be well.
He will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.

Rebecca Brown

February 11, 2020

Twenty seven years after high-school and I still remember Kyle. Such a great person. He had such a kind soul. My heart goes out to his family and friends. May God give you strength and comfort.

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Richard “Kyle” Kincaid, DNP FNP ENP, passed away Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the age of 44 in Houston following a brief illness. Kyle was born May 5, 1975 in Victoria, TX to Richard L. Kincaid and Nancy L. Crozier Kincaid. He served as a Director for Schumacher Clinical Partners, leading Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants working in Emergency Departments. He touched the lives of countless individuals at Citizen’s Emergency Department in his role as a Nurse Practitioner. Kyle also co-founded the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP), which he served as president in 2016-2017. Additionally, Dr. Kincaid held faculty appointment at the University of Texas-Health Science Center in Houston where he taught in the post-master’s emergency/trauma nurse practitioner program for over a decade. Kyle had almost 23 years of experience in emergency medicine including prehospital/air medicine and trauma services where he served as Chief Flight Nurse in Victoria’s inaugural Medivac program. He received both his Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, as well as his Master of Science in Nursing as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP). His strive and dedication to emergency medicine was recognized with the Nurse Practitioner of the Year award from South Texas Foundation for Nursing Excellence in 2010. Additionally, as part of a collaborative effort, he helped maintain his family ranch and cattle business.
He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Holly Schreiber Kincaid; daughter, Alexis Raye Kincaid; son, Bayliss Kane Kincaid; mother, Nancy Kincaid of Victoria; sister, Teresa (Chris) Stines of Victoria; brother, Layton (Ingrid) Kincaid of Kerrville; grandmother, Dorothy Kincaid of Thompsonville; mother-in-law, Judy Schreiber; sister-in-law, Heather (Paul) Mascorro of Victoria; brother-in-law, Jay (Tammy) Schreiber of Rapid City, SD; brother-in-law, James (Kendall) Schreiber of Edmond, OK. Kyle was loved by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Kyle was preceded in death by his father, Richard L. Kincaid; father-in-law, John Schreiber; grandparents, Milvern and Katherine Crozier and grandfather, Ray Kincaid.
Pallbearers are his beloved friends; Davis Farquhar, Brian Walford, Brian Andel, Kevin Temple, John Trevino, Amanda Savage, Isaac Almeida and Karl Schlesak.
Honorary pallbearers are; all the ICU staff and physicians of St. Luke’s 7 South; all his previous and current colleagues, coworkers, staff and physicians of Citizen’s Medical Center Emergency Department; his Schumacher Family and his Fit Strong United CrossFit Family.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 from 1-2 PM at Spring Creek Place Even Center, 12116 Nursery Drive, Victoria, TX 77904, followed by a Celebration of Life service at 2 PM with Rev. Casey DuBose officiating. A graveside service is scheduled for 2 PM Sunday, February 16, 2020 at Waelder, TX. Cemetery.
A memorial scholarship fund has been established in Kyle’s honor with The University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston. Contributions can be made in his memory here: https://giving.uth.edu/memorial
Words of comfort may be shared at www.rosewoodfuneralchapel.com.