Kyle John MacKenzie
1983 - 2021
Kyle John MacKenzie
Visitation Information
Visitation
Private Family Visiting
Service Information
Service Date
Friday, September 3, 2021
Service Time
1:00 pm
Service Location
Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Home Chapel Private Family (Live Stream )
Burial Information
Burial Date
Sep 3, 2021
Burial Location
Lower Montague Cemetery
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Suddenly, with heavy hearts, the family announces the passing of Kyle John MacKenzie, age 38, of Charlottetown, on Friday, August 27, 2021. Born in Montague, March 19, 1983, son of Kenneth (Susan) MacKenzie and Marlene (nee Aitken) MacKenzie (Steve Knudson). He is survived by his children, Erileigh Tremere (mother Ashleigh Tremere), Pascal and Laurence "LoLo" MacKenzie (mother Sarah MacKinnon-Cormier), partner Michelle Gaudet and her son, Asher; brothers, Jason (Tiffany) MacKenzie, Andrew (Abby) MacKenzie, and Lucas (Kyla) MacKenzie; maternal grandfather, Albert Aitken; paternal grandmother Marion Jardine of Alberta; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family, and close friends. Predeceased by paternal grandparents, Roddy and Barbara (nee Penny) MacKenzie and maternal grandmother Margaret (nee Hardy) Aitken.  

Resting at Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Home with Private Family visiting on Thursday, September 2, 2021. Private Family Service to take place on Friday, September 3, 2021 at 1:00 pm in the Funeral Home Chapel with Live Streaming. Interment to take place at the Lower Montague Cemetery. Online condolences may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com

If you knew Kyle, you knew laughter. The type that hurts your cheeks and gives you the best kind of belly ache. Kyle’s humour was a quirky, awesome combo of goofy antics and lightning- quick one-liners.

If you were in Kyle’s presence, you knew warmth and, if you were one of the lucky ones, you got to feel the comfort of one of his hugs. Kyle’s bright smile and killer eyes were surpassed only by his ability to brighten your day with an embrace.

If you heard Kyle play his bass or guitar, you got to experience a passionate musician share one of his greatest loves with you: music. When Kyle played, he was serving up his heart on his bass and letting you into the creativity that lived inside him. You also got to witness the greatest Bass Face of all.

If you got to play disc golf with Kyle, well…you got your hat handed to you. Kyle was nothing if not a strong and gifted athlete. A patient angler who held a soft spot in his heart for fishing, his love of sports was vast. From softball, to archery and everything in between, Kyle was a true adventurer, always keen on trying his hand at new things.

If you got to be around Kyle and his kids, you got to see what it is to be a true father. Perfection is an illusion and nowhere is this more apparent than in parenting. Kyle’s journey within fatherhood was framed by love, vulnerability, growth, frustration, kindness, curiosity, worry, strength and a genuine hope for his children to excel and find joy down every path their hearts lead them. A fierce father is now and forever a fierce angel protector.

If you got to see Kyle in love, then you got to learn what it means to wear your heart on your sleeve. Kyle was a courageous risk taker in life and in love. He instinctively understood the reward that comes to you if your heart is truly open. Never has that been more apparent than over this past year, in seeing Kyle’s delight and gratitude for meeting his true love and partner, or in his joy and excitement for their lives together.

In short, if you were fortunate enough to cross paths with Kyle in any capacity, you were granted the gift of knowing a hilarious, wickedly intelligent, kind, compassionate and wonderful human being. A beloved son, brother, father, nephew, uncle, brother-in-law and friend; Kyle you will be sorely missed and carried in our hearts forever.

Kyle John MacKenzie