Kyle Duncan Death, Obituary – With the loss of our Living History Crewman Kyle Duncan, Battleship Memorial Park has suffered a sad setback.
We regret having to break the heartbreaking news to you. Kyle has shown to be a dependable member of the Living History Crew since 2017. He started out as a member of the crew, moved through the ranks to become a sailor, and then, under specific conditions, was promoted to the position of executive officer.
His passion for historical research went far beyond our Living History Crew activities, where he contributed a significant amount of his time to help with collection curation.
His unshakable dedication to preserving history has had a profound impact on the lives of many people. Our hearts go out to the Duncan family during this tough time. Our sincere sympathies are extended. The majority of Kyle’s career was devoted to selling various office supplies and supplies for other companies.
It’s possible that Kyle’s tremendous sales success might be attributed, at least in part, to his endearing personality and unwavering tenacity. Kyle’s passion for sports persisted far into adulthood, and during that time he stayed devoted to Notre Dame football and the Indianapolis Colts in particular.
Kyle’s love of athletics persisted well into his adult years. In addition, he spent several summer days playing golf after teaching himself the game, frequently with his young boys by his side. Kyle’s closest loved ones were the recipients of his deepest emotions.
Kyle had a magnetic charisma that drew everyone in the room to him the moment he walked in, and he did not know a single person who was not there. Nobody who wasn’t there that Kyle knew was there. It’s probable that Kyle’s persistent persistence and unwavering excitement for the game contributed to his athletic success throughout his boyhood and into adulthood. Kyle has a long history of athletic success, dating back to his early years.