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Kyle McBride

Kyle Don McBride

Boardman, Ore.

January 3, 1963 - February 7, 2014

Kyle was born in The Dalles, Oregon to Darrel and Maxine (Schweizer) McBride. He attended grade school and junior high in The Dalles, OR. and high school in Lyle, WA.
Kyle spent several years working the towing business in Biggs Junction and the Yakima, WA. area. He also worked for Marlette Homes in Hermiston and construction in Pendleton. Kyle worked at the River Lodge and Grill in Boardman, OR. for the past ten years as the maintenance supervisor. To hear him talk about “The Lodge” was priceless. He took great pride in his work and taking care of the details was very important to him. The staff at River Lodge was his, “second family.”
Kyle spent much of his time being a handyman for others in need.
He was always available to lend a helping hand when things needed to be fixed. He loved to cook and volunteered every month cooking breakfast at the senior center. He enjoyed fishing but his greatest love was NASCAR and watching a great race.
Kyle is survived by his children: Deven, Jason, Trisha, Sammy Jo, Justin and Nicholas, his parents, Maxine and Raburn Parker of The Dalles, and Darrel and Barbara McBride of Dallesport, sister TyleneThomsen of Roseburg and Kim Gillet of Hermiston, Also surviving him are special friend Pat King of Pendleton, several grandchildren, 4 stepbrothers, and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.A celebration of life for Kyle will be held at 2:30pm on March 22, 2014 at the Boardman Senior Center, 100 Tatone St., Boardman, OR.

Services for Kyle Don McBride

  • March 22, 2014
    • Celebration of Life: 2:30 p.m.

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rmckee 8 months, 4 weeks ago

I was very saddened to see that Kyle had passed. Punkie, we will keep you, the girls, and Rayburn in our thoughts and prayers. I have thought about Kyle from time to time over the years since we left TD and wondered what he was doing. I have been working on a project in Boardman and could have stopped by to say hi if I had known he was there. We had some good times. Not to long ago I ran across a photo when Terry Walter, Scott Taylor, Kyle, and I were chukar hunting on Tygh Ridge. Terry also passed away about three weeks ago.

All our love,

Rod, Georgia, and family

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