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In Loving Memory

Perkins, Kyle M.


Kyle M. Perkins  Saturday, March 5, 2022.  Loving son of Mark (Connie) Perkins and Julia (Tony) Krupinski; beloved brother of Angie Perkins, dear step brother of Michael Laux; cherished grandson of Ruth and the late Robert Perkins, and Norm and Sharon Schlagenhauf. Dear Uncle to Kashton Wisber. Our dear nephew, cousin and friend.

Kyle graduated from high school in 2010, and thereafter joined the Laborers Local 110 where he began working for the family-owned business, Perkins Contracting. Kyle later studied to become a personal trainer and was employed by several local gyms. He continued to enjoy physical fitness throughout his life.

Kyle worked many different jobs over the years where he acquired additional skills along the way including, but not limited to, cooking and food preparation.  Most recently, Kyle hosted a Super Bowl party and served tacos and nachos for the group as he cheered for a Rams’ loss!

Kyle truly enjoyed his most recent job working for Bio-One Biohazard Clean-Up Services of Palm Beach, Florida.  In just six months with the company, Kyle had developed a great friendship with his boss, Oscar; who along with Kyle’s co-workers were heartbroken upon hearing of Kyle’s sudden passing.

Kyle enjoyed playing sports throughout his childhood and adolescent life. Kyle played hockey for the Meramec Sharks as well as Oakville High School.  Kyle also enjoyed playing soccer and some baseball for his elementary school, St. Margaret Mary Alacoque.  In addition to playing sports, Kyle was a Blues and Cardinals fan. Kyle was very happy when the Blues finally won the Stanley Cup in 2019!

Kyle’s interests were many including a love for animals and nature. He enjoyed gaming, writing short-stories, and composing songs.   Kyle loved living in Florida for the past thirteen months.  He had chosen to start building a life for himself there, and expressed his hope to have a family of his own someday.

Kyle was baptized, celebrated his First Communion, and attended elementary school at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic School in south St. Louis County.  He attended church regularly and was always professing his faith in God.  Kyle proudly and consistently wore his crucifix. He expressed a sincere belief that God has a plan for all of us and that we should all have faith and trust in God’s plan.

May Kyle rest in peace with our heavenly Father. He will be dearly missed here on earth, and we are heartbroken;  but we take solace in knowing that we will be seeing Kyle again, one day, in heaven!

Services: Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road Wednesday, March 16, 12 pm for 12:30 pm Mass at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque to Resurrection Cemetery.  Visitation Tuesday 4-8 pm.



8 thoughts on “Perkins, Kyle M.”

  1. I want to thank God for letting us meet Kyle. He was always smiling and hard working, had a lot of strength and was very playful. Kyle taught my dad English for the last few months and my dad taught him a little Spanish. He always said “HOLA Como estás?” We will really miss Kyle very much every day.

  2. What a terrible, permanent loss for all who loved him. His pain is over but yours will linger. I’m so very sorry. My thoughts are with you.

  3. I know it’s very tough right now but know that you were always there for him and you were more than willing to help him in every way possible.
    Know that he realizes that and is so thankful to have such a caring dad

  4. My sincere condolences to Mark and all family and friends mourning his loss.

    I’ll have the family in my prayers.

    Sending you love and healing thoughts.

  5. Kyle. I miss you. You were one of the most caring and kind people that I have ever known. You fought as hard as you could to face your demons. Life just kept giving you the short end of the stick no matter how hard you tried. You touched so many peoples hearts, including mine. You felt that you had to push down the good parts of you in order to protect yourself from people who took advantage of your caring nature and I wish that you never had to do that. I will never forget the fun times we had together. You will always be in my heart. No more pain, no more sorrow. Your in Gods arms now. Fly free


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