Kyle Morris

Obituary of Kyle Richard Morris

The world, not just "my" world, was a better place with you in it Kyle. Twenty-six years was not nearly long enough for you to bless us with your presence. I never knew anyone that didn’t say what a wonderful person you are…from family, friends, co-workers, instructors at the karate dojo, school teachers, and even your hairdresser…everybody adored you! How the tomorrows to come will be bearable, is simply unimaginable at this point without the light of my life within reach. From the day you were born, weighing in at 10 pounds 1.5 ounces, I thought, boy I’m gonna have my hands full, literally. But you were a beautiful happy baby who blossomed from a wonderful little boy into a very fine upstanding young man. You were a smart, funny, caring, modest person who had a strong moral compass. You were a conscientious, initiative-taking individual who took every task seriously no matter how menial it may have seemed to others. Maybe some of your proudest moments would be graduating from WLU in 2016 with an Honours degree in Biology, and the day you achieved your black belt in Karate in 2012 after 7 years of hard work and dedication, or the time you spent volunteering at Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Milton where the staff and customers all loved you. Probably, the most recent accomplishment that put a spring in your step was getting hired as a Laboratory Analyst at Testmark Laboratories in June of last year. It didn’t take you long to make a good impression, so much so, that you were then designated as the Health & Safety Officer earlier this year for their Mississauga location. I know you will be greatly missed by your co-workers and friends you made at work. But frankly, for me, it’s impossible to pinpoint my proudest moments in your life because I was proud of you every single day and I always will be. So, I shall say good-bye for now Kyle and I can’t wait until we are together again. Love you forever my beautiful son. Rest in peace. Mom xoxo Life will never be the same without KYLE. When it seemed all hope was lost to have our own child, out of the blue we were blessed with Kyle. A gift from God. Everyone who came in contact with Kyle were immediately impressed with how smart, polite, and caring he was. They always said you are so lucky to have such a wonderful boy. He was a blessing in so many ways, lost forever like tears in the rain. There were many proud moments of accomplishment of which I will treasure for the rest of my life. Kyle had a kind and compassionate loving soul and was loved by all who knew him. Kyle loved his music, friends, family, comedy (of all kinds), animals, movies, going to Ribfest and the Ex. His laughter was infectious and heart warming and I would love to hear it again. I will miss you with all my heart and soul and your memory will live on in my heart and mind. DAD Family and friends will be received on Saturday December 12, 2020 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at J. Scott Early Funeral Home, 21 James St., Milton (905) 878-2669 following Covid restrictions. Face coverings or masks are required, and in consideration of the family and others present please keep your visit brief and contactless. Those not personally contacted by family, please call ahead to check availability as attendance is limited. If desired, in memory of Kyle, donations to Habitat for Humanity would be most appreciated.


1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Saturday, December 12, 2020
J. Scott Early Funeral Home
21 James Street
Milton, Ontario, Canada
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