Kyle Anthony Jeffers

February  22nd, 1993 December  16th, 2023
Kyle Anthony Jeffers

A beautiful soul, deeply loved and dearly missed.


Kyle Anthony Jeffers unexpectedly passed away Saturday, December 16, 2023, at the age of 30, in Kentucky.

 Kyle was born on February 22, 1993, to Paula Gharet and William Jeffers in Stamford, CT. When Kyle was 3 months old the family moved to Oklahoma. Kyle graduated from Thomas-Fay-Custer High School in 2011.
After graduation Kyle joined the US Navy and he was stationed at Great Lakes Naval Station in Illinois as a Yeoman, where he spent several years.
 Kyle was a natural born historian. As a grade schooler he was fascinated with the US Presidents, whether it was the presidential oath, memorizing the presidents/vice presidents or random facts. Kyle’s friends have many stories about his “presidential years.”
 In Kyle’s teen into young adult years, he became a self-taught scholar of Russian Imperialism and was intrigued by the Romanov Family. Kyle was an avid reader and shared his love of books with his mama. It was common to see him reading 2-3 books at a time and hauling them around everywhere he went.
Kyle was an amazing writer, and authored many poems, short stories, and had started his first novel. The world will definitely miss out on all his storytelling.
 Kyle played the trumpet in the school band and could also play the harmonica, piano, and guitar. Kyle loved music and after the birth of his nephew made a compilation of “Uncle Kyle Approved Lullabies” which included songs from a variety of genres and his favorite band, Grateful Dead, “A box of rain will ease the pain and love will see you through.”
 Kyle was preceded in death by his grandparents, Allen Gharet, Ernest Sr. and Janet Jeffers; great grandparents, Paula and Wayne Ross, Alberta and Gilbert Deu, Helen Powell, Lou and Rose DeNapoles; along with other extended family.
 Kyle is survived and deeply missed by his mother Paula Gharet (John Lakso) and his father William Jeffers. Kyle is also survived by his five younger sisters, Kasey Jeffers (Mike Mattison), Brittany (Hunter) Rydzik, Aryss Bell, Kaira Gharet, and Jessica Bell, who will forever miss his support and honest advice. Kyle is also survived by his nephew, Jace Mattison, grandparents, Patti and William Goebel, Pamela Gharet, and many loving extended family members.
 Kyle was dedicated to his faith, enjoyed reading his bible and sharing his unwavering belief in God. One of Kyle’s favorite verses was Isaiah 40:31 “But those who trust in the LORD will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.”
Kyle’s family and friends described him as funny, quick-witted, kind, and having an old soul with a heart of gold. Kyle loved his family unconditionally, cherished his friendships, and always had amusing nicknames for those he was closest to. Kyle, we love you endlessly. You will be forever missed. Rest in Peace Sonny Boy/Bubba/Bub.
Services will be held February 3rd, 2024, in Wisconsin. If you would like to attend, please reach out to Kyle’s family for details.


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January 20, 2024
Dear Kyle, I miss you a lot. Not having phone calls every week to rant about whatever was going on in my life really sucks. I’m glad you got to see me turn into the woman i am today, and i’m sure you love that i’ve acquired a lot of tastes in life that you did. It’s crazy to see how similar our likes are when you are 10years older than me. I love and miss you always.
kaira gharet
January 20, 2024
My favorite memory is when he was about 16 i dont remember where he was going but as he left the house he was dancing to another one bites the dust through an old ipod speaker!!! I love and miss you bub!! See you later
Brittany Rydzik
January 17, 2024
I have so many wonderful memories.i remember going to see gramma Deu in indiana.he was the only grandchild to see her.i remember making a spider Halloween costume for him.ill always cherish the times he spent with us while stationed at Great Lakes Navy base.we miss him.immencely.
Patti goebel
January 16, 2024
Son, 30 days. I miss you so much. I love you endlessly. I am so blessed to be your mama and I am grateful for every second God allowed you to spend with me. I know your kind and loving heart touched many people, and that soul of yours was always so gentle. Your sisters were always thankful for the advice you gave them and all the funny stories. They miss you so much. Jace loves his Uncle Kyle. You made some wonderful friends who are missing you dearly.I know someday I will see you again and get to hug you so tightly, and hear you jokingly call me "marmie", or "Perla." I miss your sense of humor and that laugh of yours. I'm smiling through the tears. I'll drink a Miller Lite just for you, listen to 'Box of Rain', by your most beloved Grateful Dead, and remember all the amazing times we shared. I will hold on to one of your favorite bible verses Isaiah 40:31. I will try my best to be strong. I love you big Sonny Boy. Love always, Mama
Paula Gharet

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