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D'Errico, Kyle
DErrico, Kyle Age 23, passed away Thursday, February 13, 2014 in Santa Monica after a six-year courageous battle against cancer. Born in Lancaster, Calif., on September 27, 1990 to Lee and Monica DErrico. Kyle was the youngest of three boys. Kyles adventurous spirit and love of nature led him to partake in many outdoor activities, including snowboarding, jet skiing, fishing, hiking and playing sports. His love of adventure was rivaled by an unquenchable desire to learn about the world around him, and he was always willing to try something new. With an infinitely positive outlook on life, Kyle was a man who delighted in the small but beautiful details of the world. We will always remember Kyles infectious smile and loving personality. His selflessness, courage, strength and grace have been an inspiration to all of us. He is truly our hero. Kyle is survived by his parents, Lee and Monica; two brothers, Ryan and Brett; his girlfriend, Christina; his two sisters-in-law, Sarah and Rachel; two nephews, Nixyn and Lee, and numerous other family members. The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Cedar Sinai and especially the doctors and nurses at the Angeles Clinic and St. Johns Hospital. They truly cared about Kyle and did everything in their power to help him. Thank you! A celebration of Kyles life will be held at 1 pm, Saturday, March 1, 2014 at the University of Antelope Valleys Grand Ballroom, 44055 Sierra Hwy, Lancaster, CA. 93534. Food will be served at 1:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the 'Kyle DErrico Fund.' The Kyle DErrico Fund is to help families of those battling cancer. Donations to the Kyle DErrico Fund can be sent to Antelope Valley Bank, 831 West Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534

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