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Kyle Prince

July 17, 1962 –
 September 9, 2022

Obituary

“On Friday September 9th, 2022, Kyle Prince, loving husband and father of 3 children, passed away at age 60.Kyle was born on July 17th, 1962, in Garland, TX, to James and Peggy (Ladd) Prince. He received his behavioral science degree from National Louis University and was a successful sales executive in the printing industry for over 40 years. He was happily married to Pamela Payne for 36 years and together raised two sons, Korbin and Karson.Kyle had a passion for people. He was the life of every party, and wherever he went, the party went with him. Family, friends, and even strangers knew him for his infectious laugh, cheesy one-liners, and compassionate spirit. Also known as “the Dallas Cowboys #1 fan,” Kyle was passionate about all of his interests. He was never without a ‘hot rod’ in his garage and loved to travel. He visited cities across the globe, and there is seldom a place that has not experienced his presence.Kyle was preceded in death by his father, James, and his mother, Peggy. He is survived by his wife Pamela, his two sons Korbin and Karson, his daughter Christen, his brother Kerry, his sisters Dallas and Deanna, and many cousins, nieces, and nephews. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 17th, 2022, at Aria Cremation Services and Funeral Home on Preston Road at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations may be sent to Easter Seals North Texas, located at 4443 N Josey Ln Suite 100, Carrollton, TX, 75010.”

36 Thoughts on Kyle Prince
    Marco and Kathy Fehlbaum
    13 Sep 2022
    5:47pm

    Pam, Korbin, Karson, and Christen,

    Our hearts are with you. Kyle was a pillar of our neighborhood network, and will be terribly missed. Sure enough, his reach was wide. When we met Kyle a few years ago, we found we had an unlikely and longstanding mutual friend in the printing industry. The world will just never be the same without him!

    Paul Drake
    13 Sep 2022
    5:59pm

    I worked with Kyle years ago. I always called him “a Prince of a man”. He will be greatly missed. God bless and deepest sympathy to his family.

    Steve Groat
    13 Sep 2022
    6:12pm

    My thoughts and prayers are with Prince family. He was a great business friend for many years. He will be missed.

    Cathy Gordon
    13 Sep 2022
    6:30pm

    Pam and family,
    Sending my love and prayers to you and your family. I met Kyle over 30 plus years ago through the paper business. Kyle had the most infectious personality and we became fast friends. I will cherish that friendship for always.
    He will be so missed by myself and everyone who loved him. By far one of my favorite people on this planet. I am holding you all in my heart and the light.❤️

    Debbie Teague Sweatt
    13 Sep 2022
    8:15pm

    I had the privilege of working with Kyle several yrs ago. He always was supportive and helpful, sharing his knowledge and “can do” attitude. He made doing business easier! I was so shocked and sad to hear of his passing. My heart hurts for his family and all of us who liked him so much. My sincere condolences to his family.

    Scott Earls
    13 Sep 2022
    9:15pm

    There are good people and there are great people. I join all who knew and worked with Kyle offering condolences to his family during this time of loss. May Kyle rest in piece and his family find strength in their hearts for having Kyle in their lives.

    Elizabeth Bishop
    13 Sep 2022
    9:18pm

    Condolences to the family for this stunning loss. Kyle was a creative gregarious business person who gave alot and earned our respect. His genuine goodness made him a delightful colleague.

    Jim Niemiec
    13 Sep 2022
    9:24pm

    I am without words. Kyle and I were best friends while working together to grow the global digital
    print and paper business at Consolidated Papers which became StoraEnso and we traveled the world together. He was the best inspirational colleague I have ever experienced…. EVER…and was instrumental at securing global business accounts at Xerox and HP in spite of his successor….

    Shannon Greer
    13 Sep 2022
    11:18pm

    Kyle was an amazing man! I had the honor to work with him for many years while at Xerox! He was an example to others on how to be a vendor rep! Whenever he was in the room you could hear him laugh and he always had a smile to share. But most of all on ride alongs it was his stories about his family! His wife’s strength to kick cancer, his kids and their activities, his joy and pride for his family was immeasurable. He had a heart of gold and will be sorely missed. My sincere condolences to the Prince family and please know we are praying for you all!

    Aggie Nodari
    14 Sep 2022
    7:43am

    In the short time that I knew Kyle, I had the pleasure engage with him on a personal and professional level. He was a great business partner, very honest and a lot of fun to be around. “Eternal rest grant unto them O’ Lord, let your perpetual shine upon them, and may the souls of faithful departed, rest in peace.” Amen

    Tonia Sorrell
    14 Sep 2022
    8:18am

    Kyle was my colleague and compadre for 4 great years at Nekoosa. Such a huge, fun character and warm generous personality, our mutual contacts in UK and Europe are also shocked to hear the news. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends on the loss far, far too young, of a lovely man.
    Tonia Sorrell (UK)

    Amy Kniprath
    14 Sep 2022
    9:26am

    My deepest sympathy to all of you in the loss of Kyle. I worked with him for a short time at Nekoosa Coated. I remember him as a jolly, kind person. He will be missed by all those who knew him.

    Marla Ross
    14 Sep 2022
    10:37am

    I worked with Kyle in the printing paper industry for years. Even though it has been a long while since I have seen or spoken to him, I could never forget him. What a personality he had and so sweet & kind. He always had a smile on his face. I have missed his presence over the years & I know he will be so missed by his family and closest friends. I will be lifting up the family in my prayers.

    Roxann Strout
    14 Sep 2022
    10:39am

    This is a really lovely write up. I’m so so sorry to the Prince family. Kyle had the unique ability to be a jokester and at the same time have a serious eye on you to make sure you’re were doing well. He will not be forgotten.

    Mike Glynn
    14 Sep 2022
    11:28am

    I want to express my condolences to the Prince family. I worked with Kyle many years ago. Kyle was always full of energy and enthusiasm. He was a man of integrity and sincerity. Kyle was most passionate about his family and you knew he we do anything in his power to support and protect them.
    He will be missed.

    Joneil Powers
    14 Sep 2022
    2:21pm

    Pam
    I am so sorry for you and the boys. You’re in our thoughts and prayers. We will see you Saturday love you.

    Dan Paulucci
    14 Sep 2022
    6:08pm

    I’m so sad to recently learn about Kyle’s passing. I was at a restaurant having dinner with a former business acquaintance when she received a text message about Kyle that she shared with me and I broke done in tears.
    I worked with Kyle in the 90s making sales calls on printers and and printing paper distributors in Northern California as well as Salt Lake City. He was an absolute joy to work with because of his very friendly, caring, and professional demeanor. He also had a wit about him that customers truly enjoyed. He had a persuasive talent in his sales presentations that customers always respected because of his knowledge about the industry. Being in my senior years, I’ll never forget him calling me to wish me a Happy Birthday. We would catch up on friends & customers we worked with as well as the status of the industry. He was a PRINCE of a guy & I will truly miss him. May he rest in peace knowing all he contributed in his career in printing papers as well as his loyalty to friendships and being loved by all. My condolences to his wife and two sons who he always spoke highly about and loved.
    Sincerely,
    Dan Paulucci

    Susan Bogard
    14 Sep 2022
    11:05pm

    Stay strong my friend. He will always be with you and family.

    Abe Weiszberger
    15 Sep 2022
    6:30am

    I would like to send my condolences to the prince family
    I worked with kyle during his time in Nekoosa.
    He had an infectious laugh and a real gentleman
    Will be sadly missed

    Blake Lindsey
    15 Sep 2022
    7:04am

    Sorry to hear this news. My condolences to the family. I see other notes as we all have had the same experience in knowing and working with Kyle which was for me in his early days in the paper industry. He was a great guy and his personality was recognized by his co workers and customers as one of integrity and commitment.

    Cheryl (O'Donnell) Girard
    15 Sep 2022
    8:35am

    I have so many fond memories of Kyle when we worked together in customer service many years ago. Kyle was a great rep and always cared about his customers and supporting his team. He always made me laugh and we had so much fun. My heart goes out to Pam and family for he surely will be missed!

    Laura Field
    15 Sep 2022
    8:59am

    My sincerest condolences to the Prince family. I have worked with Kyle throughout the years in the paper industry, all the while learning about his wonderful family. He was never without a story to share his love of his wife and kids. Your loss must be strong, and surely you are leaning on each other in this time of grief.
    The paper and print industry has lost one of the good ones. God speed my friend.

    Vicki Sims
    15 Sep 2022
    9:47am

    I’m so sad to hear of Kyle’s passing. We worked together at GP for many years. Kyle worked hard and played hard! Although I haven’t talked to Kyle in years, I can still hear his laugh and the memories make me smile. My condolences to Pam, his children, family and close friends. Prayers for comfort for all.
    I think I’ll be a Cowboys fan this year in Kyle’s honor!

    Judy Finlay
    15 Sep 2022
    11:24am

    Like many I crossed paths with Kyle through the years in the paper and printing industry and it only took 1 meeting to know what a special man he was. Kyle instantly brought joy and fun to every relationship, no matter how frequent or infrequent the contact there was always a sense “of” connection”. Deep, deep condolences to Kyle’s family for your loss. Hope you find solace and in knowing how many people he touched and will always be remembered in the highest regard. Wishing you peace and godspeed.

    Tommie Ladd
    15 Sep 2022
    2:14pm

    Sending love and prayers to the Prince Family.
    Kyle was a wonderful person and we all loved him very much

    Gayla McBay
    15 Sep 2022
    2:20pm

    Kyle was a sweetheart and I know his Uncle Tommy loved him and his siblings.
    Prayers, love, and hugs to all of you

    JoAnn Ryan
    16 Sep 2022
    2:55am

    I have dealt with countless suppliers and sales reps during my years in Xerox procurement. Kyle was the best sales person I ever dealt with. As everyone can see from the many posts here, it was not just his industry knowledge and hard work, it was his innate ability to make everyone he dealt with feel at ease and special. I witnessed him win over my most difficult manager and be on a first name basis with the Xerox security guards at the front desks.

    He could disarm anyone with his charm and his sense of humor, making them feel like the most important person in the room. It was a gift and it brings a smile to my face remembering some of our meetings and dinners, where we would dissolve into discrete giggles observing some of the more unusual people we dealt with.

    My deepest sympathy to his wife and children, whom he often spoke of so lovingly. They should be proud of the legacy he has left behind. A profound sense of loss has rippled through all the former Xerox employees who remember him so fondly. Hope you meet up with your friend Dennis in the next life and have a cocktail together to celebrate two lives cut way too short but ones that touched so many people in a joyful way.

    Sent from my iPhone

    Michele Varga
    16 Sep 2022
    12:58pm

    Sincere condolences to you and the Prince Family. Very sad to read the news of his passing, he will be missed. Conversations with Kyle were always the best, true professional and always a gentleman even with the “cheesy one liners”! Rest in Peace Kyle.

    Tracy "Ziobro" Ellsworth
    16 Sep 2022
    2:08pm

    I worked with Kyle at GP and have so many laughing memories of Kyle. He was smart, funny and full of kindness – a beautiful soul. Sending prayers and strength to the family. T

    Tony Guerrero
    18 Sep 2022
    10:46am

    I am so sad and heart broken to hear the passing of a great man and friend. Like many, I had the privilege to meet and work with Kyle for many years, selling paper for the digital printing industry. I have a lot of good memories of our our travels and breaking bread, which I will cherish. My condolences to Pam and the Prince family. God bless you Kyle.

    Anthony Nicoletti
    19 Sep 2022
    5:09am

    Very sad news to hear of Kyles passing. It was a pleasure to work with you and share some laughs. Rest in peace Kyle.

    James Smith
    19 Sep 2022
    1:40pm

    Kyle always made every room he was in feel more alive, you could feel the room start to buzz whenever he walked in. He taught me that sometimes laughter is the best medicine and the importance of putting a smile on peoples faces. I was lucky to have him in my life.

    Jeff Anhalt
    19 Sep 2022
    8:02pm

    My condolences to your family. I was shocked to hear about Kyle. I worked with him at Nekoosa and always enjoyed it. He’ll be missed.

    Kim Wallace
    20 Sep 2022
    8:14pm

    I worked with Kyle many years ago at GP in customer service before he started in sales. He was always full of fun and willing to help others learn. Great memories of those times with so many at GP. Prayers are certainly with your family as you treasure those sweet moments in your heart.

    Jannie Mollengarden
    25 Sep 2022
    9:03pm

    My condolences to the family.. I worked with Kyle when I was in StoraEnso Wisconsin Rapid facility. Kyle was such a gentleman. RIP Kyle..

    Bryan Wierwille
    26 Sep 2022
    10:49pm

    Prayers to Pam and family. Kyle was always a blast at the parties. The Cabo trip was a great time. Can’t believe that was 20 years ago. He would grab any animal, A blowfish on the beach, armadillo in back yard or snake in a tree. He will be missed. Sorry for your loss .

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