Kyle Angeletti

Obituary of Kyle Gerard Angeletti

On June 22, 2022, in the company of his beloved Candace, our partner, son, brother, zio, cousin, nephew and friend Kyle passed away. A person that touched so many people in this world, it has come as a great shock and sadness that we will go forward without him.


Kyle was a devoted and loving partner, a wonderful son and brother, an engaging and affectionate zio, a great friend, and a dedicated public servant. Born and spending his childhood in London, Ontario, Kyle attended Western University and obtained his degree in Political Science, moving to Toronto shortly after to pursue a career in Public Service. It was there that he met Candace, his partner of seven years, with whom he was building a wonderful life.


He peppered his life with countless friends and hobbies - reading, rock collecting and lego building were a few of his favourites - trips to the woods, world travels, and the like. He had an eagerness to him: to explore, to learn, to teach, to engage with the world. Kyle had a special fondness for Northern Ontario, where he spent many summer holidays at the Caverson family camp on Lake Wahnapitae, carving his initials into every available tree. But he could be found most at home, and his best self, seated across from you at the dinner table, a warm smile across his face.


There are innumerable ways to describe Kyle, and to each that knew him he had his own particular magic. It was just for you. He was, in every moment of his life, kind and loving to everyone. A refreshingly sincere man, you knew when he said it, he meant it. And what he said could be as loving and thoughtful as it was sharp, clever, or witty.


While he will be dearly missed, everyone that met and knew Kyle will move forward with a bigger heart, a tighter hug, and maybe a touch more fashion sense. Bandanas for all.


We love you, Kyle.


Kyle is survived by his loving partner Candace Arts, his parents Frank and Suzette Angeletti (née Caverson), his sister Cory and brother-in-law Peter Szasz, and his nephew Oliver and niece Ezra. Kyle will be forever remembered and loved by his zios and zias Gerard and Julie Caverson and Gary and Jackie Caverson, his cousins Christopher Caverson (Sarah Mislan), Daniella Caverson-Cordeiro (Adam Cordeiro), Laurie Olivier (Desi), Jennifer Dupret (Terry), and his many friends, who were like family. Kyle is predeceased by his grandparents Tiberio and Jacqueline Caverson and Sergio and Anna Angeletti.


A private Celebration of Life will be held by invitation.


In lieu of flowers, please consider contributing to a bench at the beach in memory of Kyle, or donations to Evergreen Brick Works. More details about donating towards a bench at the beach can be found by clicking here. 

Please share photographs and memories of Kyle's life here at his memorial web page. Donations can be made using the links above or via the Donations tab here on his home page. 

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