Today one of the most precious gifts in my life left to a place where there are no more doctors, treatments, pain and sorrow. For today our family let Kyle jump on his own fire truck to heaven. He taught me as a father the true meaning of love, courage and strength. Kyle fought so hard for the last 7 years with fearless strength and valor that can not be measured or imagined. He fought and faced the enemy o cancer till the very end. Rest now forever my son and feel no more pain. Your will to continue the fight and help other kids will go on by those you touched. I will see you every night in my dreams. Thank you to everyone through the years who have supported Kyle. His mission will continue to help other kids of Barnegat. We love you all. Kyle will always be my little fireman.
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