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Kyle Andrew Sermersheim’s headstone in the Spanish Fork Cemetery stood out to me as an awesome one, I decided to take pictures and look him up.

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Kyle Andrew Sermersheim

1970 ~ 2010

Born March 23, 1970 of Judy Cole and Jerry Sermersheim in Payson, Utah died November 24, 2010 after falling victim to an accident.

Kyle grew up in Springville, Utah, where he graduated from the School of Hard Knocks with Masters in Authenticity, Survival, Generosity, Originality and a PhD in Being Genuine.

Living most of his life in Spanish Fork, Utah, he was proud of his hard work as an accomplished tile artisan, earning recognition for his notable work. He married Shannon Webster and was later divorced.

Kyle’s therapy was listening to loud music and living life to the fullest with his friends and family.

Through his life, he was repeatedly dealt bad hands; while many would have complained or even given up, he played his cards with a stubborn smile on his face and a never-quit attitude. This aspect of Kyle has been a huge influence on everyone who he surrounded himself with.

Above all, Kyle – as a single parent – loved his children and channeled his energy into raising and caring for them. While putting aside his own afflictions, he generously put other’s needs ahead of his own.

Kyle was well-loved by his family and the many friends he easily made through his good nature and acceptance of people for who they were. He is survived by his children: Kylie Sermersheim, Chandler Sermersheim, Kayla Sermersheim; his grandchildren: Ka’ila Sermersheim, Lily Fowles, his parents Jerry Sermersheim, and Judy & Norm Cole, and his brothers: Todd (Janalee) Sermersheim, James (Roni) Sermersheim, Steve Sermersheim, and Mike (Mandy) Sermersheim.

In lieu of a viewing we will be having a “Kyle-Style” Remembrance Party at the High Chaparral located at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds at 7:00 PM on Monday, November 29. A viewing will be held at Spanish Fork 9th Ward, 900 South Del Monte Rd., Spanish Fork, at 12 PM on Tuesday, November 30 followed by a funeral at 2 PM.