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June 16, 1988 ~ March 31, 2013
" Kyle was known for not only his incredible talents
but his quirky sense of humor, infectious laugh,
generous spirit and genuine love for life.
He was taken too soon and will be greatly missed."

On Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013, our world was flipped upside down. Following a tragic bicycle accident, our baby boy, Kyle Comeau, was taken from this world, but not without leaving a unique mark on the hearts of everyone that knew him. Born on June 16, 1988, Kyle grew up in Vancouver, WA and throughout his life was part of an extensive family of artists, racers and musicians. He attended Our Lady of Lourdes, Holy Cross and Vancouver School of the Arts. Kyle graduated from Columbia River High School in 2007 and completed an Associate of Arts degree from Clark Community College in 2011.
Throughout his life, Kyle excelled in everything he did, including soccer, football, track, tae kwon do, racing, and with every instrument he could get his hands on. His true passion lay in the arts: air brushing and pinstriping. Kyle was mentored by his dad and numerous members of the pinstriping/art community. Kyle participated in art workshops and in March organized the "Brush Bash", gathering over 50 artists from all over the world. Most recently, Kyle was asked to paint "Optimus Prime" for the newest Transformers movie, fulfilling a lifelong dream for one of their biggest fans.
Kyle was fortunate enough to travel throughout the U.S. and around the world, visiting Mexico, Canada, Korea, France, Spain and Monaco. His favorite trip was to Ireland in 2007 with his best friend Corey Evans.
Kyle survives in the memories of everyone who knew him and his immediate family: parents, Paul and Vicki; younger sister, Katryn; fiancé, Tara Caldwell; grandparents, Bob and Suzanne Comeau; grandma, Verletta Egan; great- grandma, Mary Comeau; aunts, Susan Comeau and Sandy Egan; uncle, Dan Comeau; and numerous cousins.
Please join as on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at Crossroads Community Church, 7708 NE 78th St., Vancouver, WA.
As Kyle would have wanted, we ask that you wear bright colors (because Kyle always reminded us "Black is a shade, not a color!") or a Star Wars/superhero costume, as this is a celebration of Kyle's amazing life.
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Published in The Columbian on Apr. 7, 2013