Kyle Jefferson Thomas, 18, of Outlook passed away on Monday, Jan. 2, 2012, surrounded by his family.

Kyle was born April 3, 1993 in Yakima to Steven and Robin Thomas of Outlook.

Kyle was currently enrolled at Sunnyside High School, where he enjoyed the companionship of his classmates and educators.

Kyle was the oldest of triplet brothers.

He was a son, brother, cousin, nephew, grandson, uncle and friend to countless individuals, and they all could tell you how his smile could brighten the darkest room or even melt the coldest heart.

Kyle enjoyed the company of his friends and family through movies, get-togethers, and any activity that might arise and he could be a part of.

Kyle was loved immensely and will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his parents, Robin and Steve; his brothers, Jake, Scott and Luke; his sister and brother-in-law, Carly and Paul Kvinsland; his niece and nephew, Krista and Stener Kvinsland; his grandmother, Deanna Thomas; his grandfather, Mel Stratton; his aunts and uncles, Jim and Toni Thomas, Sue and Jeff Albrecht, Sheri and Brian Timpe, Vicky and Bob Calnan, Jeff Stratton and Scott Stratton; and his cousins, Liz, Ali and Dan Albrecht, Matt and Kelsee Thomas, Joe and Sam Timpe, Dani, Bob and Kyra Calnan.

A celebration of Kyle's life will be held Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012, at 1 p.m. at Snow and Sons Produce Company in Outlook, with an open house following.

Everyone who cared about Kyle is welcome to come and remember his special life.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Sunnyside Special Education Program. Please make checks out to: Sunnyside School District, and include Kyle's name on the memo line.

Those wishing to sign Kyle's on-line memorial book may do so at

Smith Funeral Home LTD and Crematory is in charge of the arrangements.


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