Kyle Robert Harvey
On January 19, 2015 our adventurous, loving and precious Kyle decided it was time for a new adventure. Kyle Robert Harvey came into this world a perfect, happy baby. He was given the nickname â€œKyle with a smileâ€ because his precious face radiated light. He brought joy to every life he touched.
He was born on November 8, 1990 to Robert Harvey and Lori (Moon) Christianson. He was the only boy among three sisters. He sometimes complained that he was living in a flower pot! His sisters adored him. He loved teasing them and they loved to laugh together. Kyle graduated from Northridge High in 2009. Soon after graduating he found a love for the outdoors. His adventures included cycling, hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding and sky diving. He recently picked up skate skiing and loved it. He was looking forward to Lotoja in the fall and was planning all of his training for the race. He was currently employed by Lotoja as the Assistant Race Director. He was learning to speak Italian because it was his dream to go to Italy. Kyle was extremely healthy. His motto was, â€œBike to Work, Work to Eat, Eat to Live, Live to Bike.â€ Eating right was very important to him. He spent hours preparing nutritious, creative cuisines. He took pride in his meals and loved posting pictures of what he made on social media. We will miss tasting what he created. Kyle was a member of the LDS church and had a very Christ-like heart. He was always reaching out to help those in need. He was always so kind and generous.
Kyle is survived by his parents Robert Harvey and Todd and Lori Christianson; his sisters; Kacie (Mitch) Sessions, Alexis and Ainsley Harvey, who were his best friends and sidekicks; sisters; Tiffanie Hill, Aubrey and Chandler Christianson; his true love Megan Hueth; his grandparents; Patricia Moon, Roy Harvey and many aunts, uncles and cousins who all looked up to him as their hero.
Kyle was preceded in death by his Grandma Jean Harvey and his best buddy; Grandpa Stephen Moon.