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Kyle E. Komarnicki

October 2, 1993 ~ January 4, 2021 (age 27)

Obituary

Passed away unexpectedly on January 4, 2021.

Kyle was the beloved son of George and Janet Komarnicki and brother of Casey from Millis, MA.  He is survived by many who loved him dearly, including his two grandmothers Joan Kuser and Kim Komarnicki, his aunt and niece Karen and Ana Kuser of Wayne, NJ, his aunt, uncle, and cousin Debra, Ray, and Raymond Pecchioni of Ponder, TX, his aunt, uncle, and cousins Karen, Stan, Micah and Hope Minchow, and uncle and aunt Joe and Robbie Komarnicki, all of Salt Lake City Utah.  He also leaves behind his kind and loving girlfriend Jackie Styrcula of Charlotte, NC.  He is predeceased by his two loving grandfathers, Alan Kuser and Paul Komarnicki of Wayne, NJ.  He is also survived by many friends and extended family.

Kyle was a kind and caring soul.  He was smart and had accomplished much in his short life.  He earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Framingham State University and an MBA from Fisher College.  He also completed several certifications as he pursued his career in financial services.  He loved all sports as both an athlete and a fan.  He loved animals and was never without a dog, most recently with his “golden girls” Mila and Ellie Mae, and from a distance, his beloved shepherd Loma.  He also loved his Ukrainian heritage and taught himself to speak. 

Despite all his accomplishments, potential, his devoted family and friends, and tremendous support and encouragement, he struggled with deep depression and couldn’t find a way to overcome his hopelessness. 

Donations can be made in Kyle’s name to Families for Depression Awareness (www.familyaware.org) either online or to their address.

Families for Depression Awareness
391 Totten Pond Road, Suite 101
Waltham, MA 02451

A celebration of Kyle’s life will take place at a future time when it will be safe to gather.

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