Posted: July 2nd, 2019

In Loving Memory

Kyle Ernest Ginichi Holberton

August 14, 1981 – June 23, 2019

Kyle, beloved son of Pamela Watson, passed away peacefully at the age of 37 in Vancouver, BC on Sunday June 23, 2019 following a brief but courageous battle with acute pancreatitis.

Kyle will be sadly missed by his loving mother, Pam (Allan Watson) and sister, Kasey (Paul Aiello), as well as his nephew Milo. Kyle was predeceased by his father Donald.

A Celebration of Life will be held for Kyle at MORTAR AND BRICK, #20, 316 7 St S, Lethbridge, on Saturday July 6, 2019 from 6-9pm.

4 Condolences for “HOLBERTON, Kyle”

  1. Tracy D Harvey says:

    Dear Pam,Kasey & Families

    I am so so saddened to hear about Kyle..
    My prayers and thoughts have been with you Pam & Kasey..

    may you find peace & comfort in all of the beautiful memories of Kyle ..they are treasures to keep in your hearts forever ..


  2. Dixie says:

    Pam, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. Keep memories close and take care. You’re in my thoughts.

  3. Brienne sherwood says:

    Pam and Kasey and Allan, my heart aches for you all, I love you and know you are strong and will make it out ok. Speaking from experience I promise it does get easier. I’m here for you and you will be in my thoughts for the days, months and years ahead. When I remember Kyle I have to giggle because my fondest memories were of him and I standing on your kitchen table to kiss (grade 3) and the whole table tipped over! And kase I will never forget us making him dress up in Pam’s red mini skirt and pretend to be Merle Norman and we’d make him do our nails! 😆 I hope this can bring a smile to your faces. I will see you tomorrow, love always
    Brienne 💕

  4. Nancie Baz Skinner says:

    I’ve gotten to know Kyle through my brother, Daniel. The many times I’d come home and they’d be playing video games, watching shows or hanging out on the kitchen counters. In true big brother fashion, Daniel would pick on me… and Kyle would always get him to stop and be nicer to me. I always liked when Kyle was around, for that reason and so many more. When I saw him as an adult, he treated me with the same kindness, greeted me with hugs and would always ask how my family was doing. He really was one of the good ones… a person who made the world better. I’m so thankful for the friendship and love he showed to my brother… and I hope that everyone gets the chance to have a friend like Kyle in their lives. He will be missed. I hope you find peace in knowing that his legacy of kindness and humour lives on in the many lives he’s impacted. Though we’ve never met, my thoughts are with you.

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