We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Thomas L. Carter Funeral Home
John-Kyle “Kyle” Norman Birkler, 35 years of age, was born in St. Petersburg, Florida on June 28, 1986 to Julie Lynne Randazzo and John Michael Birkler. Kyle passed away unexpectedly on December 18, 2021 in Hinesville, Georgia.
During Kyle’s time on this earth, he achieved many accomplishments that his family, friends and loved ones are extremely proud of. His work ethic was of the utmost importance to him as a freelancer of construction and landscaping. He took pride in his performance and strived to deliver his best whether the job was minimal or extravagant. Kyle paved the way for others in his profession and became an inspiration to those around him. Not only did he take pride in his work but also in his family and loved ones.
Kyle had a beautiful, loving, nurturing, caring and forgiving heart. A “heart of gold” some would say, as he shared the wealth of his love. He would give you the shirt off of his back if he knew you needed it. His love and respect for his family, and especially his mama, was more than admirable. He was a protector and provider for those closest to his heart.
Kyle would go to any lengths to show gratitude and be present for his loved ones. His faith in God never faltered, even when his devotion was tested, Kyle never wavered from his faith. He prayed for his family, loved ones, friends and those he just met if he felt led to do so. Kyle was a humble man, thankful for all things he received, blessings he could bestow and even for lessons learned.
Kyle is survived by his mother Julie Randazzo, his father John (wife Karen) Birkler, his step-father David (wife Laura) Booker, his brother-in-law Christopher Patterson, two younger brothers Cory-Michael Birkler and Dylan-James (wife Coreen) Booker, older sister Jaime (husband Matthew) Sickmeier and younger sister Kaitlyn (husband Daniel) Davis. Kyle is also survived by his nieces and nephews- Makenna, Milo, Zane, Aspen, Johnny, Camren and Caylee. As well as his grandparents Steve and Sally Hackler, several aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and loved ones.
Kyle, your wings may have been ready to soar to the gates of heaven but our hearts struggle to understand why you’ve flown away. You will be deeply missed by everyone that has had the pleasure of knowing you. Your legacy will not be forgotten, it will persevere through all the lives you have touched. We love you forever. May you be at peace.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Thomas L. Carter Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 19, 2021 at 5:30 in the evening. John-Kyle’s memorial service will be live-streaming through the funeral home's Facebook page for those who cannot attend.
Thomas L. Carter Funeral Home, Flemington, is handling arrangements.