Kyle Graper Death – The Whitehall community is mourning the tragic death of a beloved man who was well known for fighting for the equal rights and treatments for others Kyle Graper. Kyle passed away from an an apparent suicide leaving his community heartbroken. He was a Technology Support Specialist at Jones Day and a former Financial Services Assistant at Jones Day. He also worked as a Home Essentials Customer Specialist at Best Buy, and a Service Specialist, Jones Day Office at Ist Management
Kyle was a former Lifeguard, Operations Supervisor at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. He was an alumnus of the Went to Whitehall High School. Although he lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was originally from Whitehall, Pennsylvania. He was from eastern Pittsburgh. His prided himself in the pursuit of communal unity. He used a better part of his life for activism, charity, art, creativity, philanthropy. According to the Renegades of the Rotunda, Kyle enjoyed tabletop gaming with his large community of friends and frequently travelled to paintball tournaments. He shared a love of camping with a group of people that helped to curate and organise.
Kyle also loved to talk movies, and spends his evenings at local theatres. He was a well–respected costumer and his creativity is vastly known among the 501st Legions and the community at large. Kyle was a member of the Renegrades of the Rotunda, he donned his pirate attire and attended baseball games every summer since 2017.
He was a member of the 501st Legion, a group of all-volunteer costuming enthusiasts that use the platforms of Star War and a Make-A-Wish endowment to raise awareness for childhood illness.Kyle was the co-host of the Podcast “Thieves, Rogues, and Renegrades.”Kyle was known to be a man with an impeccable belief system, always ready to defend whatever he believes in.
He was also an animal lover.He took pride in rescuing cats from local animal shelters and gave them a safe and loving home. Kyle’s favourite activities includes; racing and hiking. Although he battled Crohn disease, he never allowed the ill-fated sickness limit him. He was also the founding member of the annual charity wine-toasting event called “Crushed Grapes” benefiting Sister’s Place.
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