Last Updated on September 28, 2023, 12:18 am
No death cause has been released in any official statement; however, as per some local reports, Kyle had committed suicide, but it’s not confirmed yet, nor his family made any statement regarding his death cause.
SNBC news also claimed that Kyle died of suicide, and according to their news, Kyle’s neighborhood was devastated after hearing the news about he commit suicide.
Renegades of the Rotunda announced his death news through a Facebook post, which stated;
“We regret to inform you of the tragic and abrupt demise of our dear friend and fellow Renegade. The level of shock we are experiencing is beyond description, and it seems ridiculous to try and condense a life so well lived into a few words. There’s not much to say other than to know him was to love him, and we will carry a part of him with us wherever we go.
Hopefully, you will be impacted by that tiny glimpse of him in the same way that the rest of us were. May he be blessed in memories. I wish I could say more, but I’m still at a loss for words. All I’ll say for now is that I love you, friend, and I already miss you. Inky Graper 1987-2023”
Kyle’s sudden demise left his community in mourning and loss.Thoughts and Condolences to his family, friends and community in this trying time; Kyle’s funeral and burial services have not been disclosed yet.
Know About Kyle Graper
Kyle was born and raised in Whitehall, Pennsylvania, in 1987; he was a resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He went to Whitehall High School and attended the University of Pittsburgh, where he studied Film Studies/History.
He was a Former Financial Services Assistant and a Technology Support Specialist at Jones Day. He also held positions at Best Buy as a Home Essentials Customer Specialist and a Former Service Specialist at 1st Management, Jones Day Office.
He took great satisfaction in his efforts to promote racial harmony. He spent much of his life engaging in activism, altruism, art, creativity, and philanthropy.
Kyle Graper’s Interests & Hobbies
He shared a love of camping with individuals who assisted in curating and organizing. Kyle used to spend his evenings visiting nearby theatres and loved discussing movies.
He was a renowned customer, and the 501st Legions and the general public were well aware of his talent. Since 2017, Kyle has attended baseball games every summer while dressed as a pirate and representing the Renegades of the Rotunda.
Kyle was a member of a group of all volunteer enthusiasts, 501st Legion, which used the platform of Star Wars and an a-Make-a-Wish endowment to spread awareness of pediatric illnesses. Kyle was the co-host for the podcast “Thieves, Rogues, and Renegades.” He was for his smile and jokes by his friends.
Kyle deeply loved pets and animals; he rescued cats from nearby animal shelters and gave them a home filled with safety and love. He was a friend to all animals and was preceded in death by Gandalf and Beelzebub, his two cats.
He was also an avid Marathon runner and rock climber; he loved to spend his spare time running and climbing during a lifelong battle with Crohn’s disease. He never used his illness as an excuse and motivated himself to work hard.
Additionally, he became a board member and driving force behind the annual wine-tasting event Crushed Grapes” for Sister’s Place. Social media have been full of condolences and tributes from his friends and community.
Kyle will always be dearly missed and will remembered in the hearts of his loved ones. Prayers for the young man; may he get peace in the afterlife. Rest in Peace, Kyle Graper.
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