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Kyle T. Desmond
May 09, 1989 - May 15, 2021
Obituary For Kyle T. Desmond
It pains me to admit it, but apparently, I have passed away. Everyone told me it would happen, but I just wasn’t listening. It’s just one of the many things that didn’t go my way, but that’s the story of my life!
While I’m on the subject of my life, it all started one drunken night around September 1988. As always, I didn’t quite get my way. I wanted to be an only child but I got stuck with a twin. My twin Kory is okay as we became better friends in our adult years, but he was kind of gay at times. Two years after I was born, I found out that I was getting a sister, so there went all hope of getting rid of Kory and being and only child. No surprise that my sister Nicolette became my favorite of course until my beloved niece Emma came along. She was the person I loved the most.
Enough about them. Now I want to talk about my father Tom. I can’t begin to say how lucky I was to get such an amazing father. My dad Tom did so many things for me and my siblings, more than I could ever say. I loved bringing him to all kinds of concerts, especially one of his favorite bands Toto. We also always loved going to the famous Little Depot Diner in Peabody. One of the most annoying things my dad always said was, “you need to clean your room.” I never wanted to and now I do not have to. Unfortunately, Kory and Nicolette now have to pick up more slack with dad, especially since he is helpless with technology.
I was so close with so many of my family and friends that it would take a book to fill all of them in, and if you are not aware, obituaries are beyond stupid expensive, more than some of the guns I owned, so I am sorry for all those that have been left out. I am not sure if you know but my dad is retired and on a fixed income because he’s so old, so I’d like to save him a few bucks.
As many of the people who knew me would say “just get to the point already” so here it is:
I WAS BORN, I BLINKED, I’M GONE!
Kyle was survived by his father, Thomas M. Desmond of Peabody; his mother, Salina (Melanson) Desmond of Old Town, ME; his twin brother, Kory Desmond; his sister Nicolette Desmond and her fiancé Paul Newton; his niece, Emma Bostick, and many extended family members and friends.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Peabody Police Department’s charity, Cops for Kids with Cancer.
A Visitation will be held at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St.,Peabody, MA, from 3:00-7:00 PM on Wednesday, May 26. This will be a Kyle style casual event, so formal attire is strongly discouraged. Parking will be at St. Ann’s Church parking lot, 140 Lynn St., Peabody, with transportation back and forth to the funeral home. Handicap parking is available at the funeral home.
82 Lynn St
Peabody, MA 09160
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