Kyle Henry Howe was called home to be with The Lord on Tuesday, March 7th, 2023. Born in Hartford, CT on March 20th, 1973, Kyle was the only son to Maureen Howe and Henry Milner (deceased). Kyle grew up in Rocky Hill, CT and upon graduating from Rocky Hill High School, he attended The University of Connecticut.
After completing college, Kyle began a career in copier sales and moved on to pharmaceutical sales, covering many counties in Connecticut. At the time of his passing Kyle worked at the Amazon Distribution Center in Cromwell.
Those closest to Kyle will remember him as a natural helper who was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone who asked. His love for his family was unmatched and is counted in fond memories.
Kyle’s biggest joy was being a proud Dad to his four daughters. Known as "Mr. Fun Guy", he was always ready to hit the local parks with his girls for long walks, running sprints on the track, and going to the movies loaded down with candies to see the latest action movie. Having a great interest in sci-fi and space fiction, Kyle loved Marvel movies, Star Wars, DC Comics, and characters such as Dr. Who.
An avid gym lover, when time permitted, Kyle also enjoyed spending hours weightlifting each week. A lover of all aspects of history, he enjoyed many shows on the History Channel. He would spend hours talking about the various US Presidents or World War II. He was a fan of the NY Yankees and San Francisco 49ers, who he supported no matter the season’s outcome.
Kyle Henry Howe is survived by his wife Dawn Howe, his four daughters Kamille, Kassandra, Kauren, and Kourtney Howe, his mother Maureen Howe, and his mother and father in-law, Priscilla and Vernon Osborne (In St. Thomas, USVI). He is also survived by a circle of extended family members, which includes his aunts and uncles: Cindy and Randy Lynn, Pearl Field, Nancy Henderson, Debra Howe, Harry and Stacy Howe, Rick and Linda Howe, and Christopher Field Sr. (aka Big Chris). He was raised with a host of cousins and other family members both near and far who were like brothers and sisters growing up. Kyle held a special place in his heart for his nephew Jordan Privott and his great nieces Aria and Nava Privott.
Kyle is predeceased by his father, Henry Milner, grandparents Virginia and Wayne Howe, Elenor Howe, Aunt Joyce Cale, and his cousin Tess Prentiss.