Kyle W. Marrow joined his mom in heaven December 5, 2018, at the age of 36. Kyle was born August 6, 1982 in Los Gatos, CA. Kyle spent his young life on the San Francisco Peninsula and as an adult has lived in Los Angeles, Kentucky, Tennessee and Florida. Kyle was educated in Redwood City and Belmont, CA, Studied Language and Music at Canada College in Redwood City, CA and graduated with a degree in Recording Engineering from the California Recording Institute in San Francisco.
Kyle’s passion from a young age was music. He began playing guitar at age 11 and played music continuously throughout his life. He was a multi-instrumentalist who played guitar, piano, keyboards, bass, drums, saxophone and even a little banjo. Kyle seemed to have the ability to pick up just about any instrument and be playing it within minutes. He was also a prolific songwriter and recorded and produced music of his own and others since the age of 15. He was a member of many bands throughout the years and loved playing music for an audience more than anything. Kyle and his music touched many lives across the United States in so many ways. Kyle was a loving brother and son and an avid cyclist who loved riding his bike. He will be dearly missed for his love, his friendship and his music.
Kyle is survived by his brothers, Alex Marrow of Lexington, KY, Ryan Marrow of Santa Cruz, CA, his father Rob Marrow and Stepmother, Colby Marrow of The Villages, FL. He is also survived by many cousins, aunts and uncles who are part of Kyle’s extended family.
From Kyle’s Brothers, Alex & Ryan:
“He was and always will be an extremely loving and beautiful person. He was filled with undying passion and beautiful dreams. We could list off a million little things that made him the wonderful person he was and always will be, but we know his friends and family already know these things. Kyle is the best big brother ever to us; his unconditional love is a universal force. He inherited that from our Father Robert Marrow and our Marvelous Mother (Rest in Love Mom) Ellen Marrow. We each loved talking to Kyle on the phone or especially when together. Sharing Dr. Pepper and salt and vinegar chips. Sharing jokes and debating over stupid little things in this life of ours. Making music together or just watching movies on Netflix. We just want to thank you Kyle ♡OurBrotherBear♡ For All the Love, Laughter, Smiles, Depth, Intellect, Conversations, Friendship & ♬Beautiful Music♬ you gave to all of us while here on Earth. We Love You and Will Carry You With Us Always.”
A memorial for Kyle will be held at Baldwin Brothers Funeral and Cremation Society on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 3 PM. Dress is casual as Kyle would have wanted it. The address is 3990 E. SR 44, Suite 105, Wildwood, FL 34785.
For anyone who wishes to attend, a reception will be held following the memorial at the home of Rob and Colby Marrow, 3262 Zipperer Way, The Villages, FL 32163. (Directions will be available at the service as this new development isn’t on GPS / Maps yet.)
Click below to see a recent video of Kyle in his favorite activity, playing his guitar.
Click Below to see a video for the song “Hang it up Lois” written by Kyle and Jasyn Kemppainen. Somehow this song was inspired by RoboCop. That’s how the creative juices flow.
Click Below for memories of Kyle set to the music of his favorite band, Sublime.
The family is requesting any remembrances can be made to Shatterproof to help fight addiction. https://www.shatterproof.org/.