Kyle Kain | Obituary

It is with great sadness and extremely heavy hearts that we inform you of the passing of an incredibly talented young man – Kyle Kain – a gifted musician and beloved son, brother and friend.

Kyle was born in Redmond, WA on September 26th, 1984 to parents, Dennis and Wendy Kain.

Growing up in the Snoqualmie Valley, Kirkland and Port Orchard areas; Kyle played Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Tennis and Soccer. He also enjoyed Drama and Creative Arts. A gifted athlete, he made the Select Soccer and All- Star Baseball teams. As a student, Kyle was academically talented as well and was in the PAT (3rd through 6th grades) and Quest programs (7th through 9th grades).

Kyle attended Central Washington University studying Chemistry/ Physics, he lived in Ellensburg and Cle Elum but, Kyle fell in love with the Roslyn community, this is where he called home.

Over the years Kyle worked for several employers on the westside including Willows Run, The Redmond Bar and Grill and Sahalee Golf Course before moving to Roslyn; where he worked at Suncadia, Tumble Creek, The Brick and Marko’s, just to name a few. Kyle also donated his time organizing and helping with local fundraisers and, clearing snow from rooftops of businesses and homes to prevent collapses during hard winter months.

Kyle golfed with passion – his best round was 69 – Chambers Bay, Tacoma. He enjoyed snowboarding and softball too but, he was dedicated to his music – for the past 12 years, he was a founding member of Dynamite Supreme, playing Bass Guitar and back-up vocals.

Kyle lived life fully and with no regrets; he was a kind and considerate man who cared deeply about his family, friends and community. His sudden death in February has left a huge hole in so many hearts.

Kyle was preceded in death by his father, Dennis and leaves behind his mother Wendy (Charl) Kunzmann and his sister Amanda (Michael) Chambers along with a wealth of extended family members and friends.