Kyle Kenneally-Demerah
Kyle Kenneally-Demerah
Kyle Kenneally-Demerah

Obituary of Kyle Elaine Kenneally-Demerah

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Kyle Elaine Kenneally-Demerah, 57 of Grafton, passed away peacefully on October 26, 2020 in the Valley Hospice, Kentville.  Born on June 19, 1963 in Berwick, she was the daughter of William and Betty Kenneally.

Kyle loved the outdoors, passion of the well-being of all animals, with a place in her heart for her kitties. She was most happy walking the beach, searching for sea glass, special rocks and other treasures the Fundy gave up. Kyle was meticulous in every task at hand, from stacking firewood to the daily upkeep of her home, it had the KYLE POLISH. She, also had a special bond with her companion, Dan and they would spend many days enjoying each others company and beach combing at her favorite haunt, Scots Bay.  For Kyle, life was good.

Besides her parents, Kyle was also survived by her sisters Bethany (Shane) and Marcia (Keith); brother Blair; daughter Jessica (Frank); granddaughter Abby; and her steadfast companion, Dan.

She was predeceased by her daughter’s father, Greg; and daughter’s step-father, Jamie.

The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all nurses, doctors and staff, of Valley Hospice, for the extraordinary, compassionate care given our Kyle, while a resident, at her Hospice home. We were told they thought of her as family, they appreciated her courage, spirit and independence. They loved her.

Cremation has taken place. Celebration of Kyle’s Life will be held in the coming year. Memorial donations may be made to Hope for Wildlife or the Valley Hospice. Arrangements have been entrusted to Serenity Funeral Home, Berwick Funeral Chapel, 192 Commercial Street, Berwick, NS, B0P 1E0 (902-538-9900).

Little Bird

Little bird…do you long to fly in the sea air?

Do you gaze out the window and remember the wind in your hair?

Little Bird…do your feet long to walk on the beach?

Gathering sea glass as they wash on the shore?

Little bird…do your eyes softly remember the water and waves?

Crashing on the rocks with the beat of your heart?

Is your soul waiting to dance free? Like the tides?

Sing with the moon? And Smile in the sunshine?

Be free little bird  FLY

For sandpiper

Written by: Madeleine vonArx / October 26, 2020

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