Kyle Braeden Loveday

  • Born: April 5, 2001
  • Died: January 18, 2019
  • Location: San Antonio, Texas

Porter Loring Mortuary North

2102 North Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78232
Tel. (210) 495-8221

Tribute & Message From The Family

Kyle Braeden Loveday, passed into eternal glory after a heartbreaking car accident on Friday, January 18, 2019 and late discovery on Sunday afternoon. While we are all brokenhearted, we are not without hope. Kyle was somebody that loved Jesus, his family and serving people. Kyle's whole life was about service, so it is not surprising that he had already enlisted in the United States Air force, awaiting graduation from Johnson High School with an impressive 4.0 GPA. Kyle was an amazing son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, friend, neighbor, student, and mission partner. He dedicated his life to acts of service; which were evident throughout his 17 years of life. One of his favorite things to do was build homes for families in need down in Reynosa, Mexico alongside his dad. He also enjoyed getting to visit and love on the three children his family sponsored in the "Escuela Viva" program that helps school-aged kids in Reynosa get an education.

Additionally, he served the westside community of Edgewood, building a food pantry and he served the homeless at Travis Park every third Sunday.

Furthermore, he served the neighborhood children during his church's version of VBS, which took it into the backyard of homes within his community. Kyle also enjoyed hiking and camping with his family as they took annual trips to Leakey, TX and various state parks. On top of all this Kyle become very skilled at knifesmithing which soon developed into a creative outlet and passion. Kyle can best be described as honorable, self-sacrificing, and a respectable young man who was mature for his age. This "gentle giant" will be missed by all those closest to him. Kyle will be remembered for his servant's heart, strong stature, and gentle spirit.

A celebration of Life service will be held at CrossBridge Community Church located at 25700 Overlook Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78260 on Saturday, January 26, 2019, at 1:00 PM

In lieu of flowers, donations can be contributed in his honor towards Reynosa Missions.
Please make checks payable to CrossBridge Community Church, with description note "Kyle Loveday – Reynosa."
You can mail donations to CrossBridge Community Church at 25700 Overlook Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78260 or give online:

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Condolence & Memory Journal

We love you very much, Kyle and Loveday family! We are with you always in prayer. --the Herbic family

Posted by the Herbics - San Antonio, TX - Friend   June 02, 2019

Our sincere condolences to the Loveday family. My son Sterling grew up with Kyle. They were Eagles, Timberwolves, and Jaguars together. More than classmates, they were neighbors. They shared mutual friends, they knew each other and respected each other. Their paths crossed many times in their younger years when they were actively involved in cub scouts and they played baseball on the same team during the summer of 2012. As juniors in high school, they often rode the bus home and sat near each other. In the last eleven and half years, Sterling always said Kyle was a GOOD KID.
On Sunday night, we looked at the heavenly super blood wolf moon with red eyes.
To Kyle's family: Your loss is our community's loss.
Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
Kyle, Praying for you and your family.

Posted by Ronn & Karen Hayden - San Antonio, TX - Neighbor   January 26, 2019

Our sincere condolences to the Loveday Family. We are saddened to hear of Kyle's passing. We pray for the healing of your hearts.

Posted by Sunita Shah - San Antonio, TX - Friend   January 26, 2019

The Duggan family has known Kyle since the first grade, and will remember him as one of the kindest and sweetest young men we've ever met. Always smiling, always respectful, always warm. We are all deeply saddened and very sorry for this loss. At the same time, we acknowledge Kyle's commitment to Jesus and are comforted knowing that we will see him again.

Posted by Kenny & Gail Duggan & Family - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   January 26, 2019


An exceptional young man. It was so evident that he was special even with the limited amount of time we had, due to geographical differences. He was always respectful, courteous and willing to assist. He was an inspiration to his generation and mine, of what selflessness and kindness looks like. I am praying for you all and so sorry I can't be at his celebration. I love you all.

Posted by Randy Loveday - Columbia, SC - Family   January 26, 2019

Our deepest sympathies go out to your family and all those who are hurting at the sudden loss of Kyle. I first met Kyle (& Danny) in Cub Scouts, and I was blessed to see him mature into a fine young man with such a giving heart. There's no doubt of his impact on our community, and all those people he served. He will be missed dearly. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you all.

Posted by Tony & Michelle Kaman & Family - San Antonio, TX - Friend   January 25, 2019

I'm very sorry about your lost. What a wonderful person he really was. May God give you the strength in this time of sorrow.

Posted by Awilda Sierra - San Antonio, TX - Neighbor   January 25, 2019

Danny, Michele and Maddy, we are so sad to hear about Kyle. Kyle was obviously an exceptional young man who will be remembered by everyone who knew him. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Love to you all.

Posted by Katherine & David Tolbert - Wilmington, NC - Family   January 25, 2019

Danny and Michele, I'm so sorry for your loss. I was honored to meet Kyle when I was collecting signatures. He was such a kind, mature young man who shared with me his plans to enter the Air Force. He reminded me of a blonde Danny. You both did such a wonderful job raising an amazing young man who has touched many lives. My heart and prayers are with you

Posted by Ann Quigley - San Antonio, TX - Friend   January 25, 2019

My daughter has been in school with Kyle since Kindergarten. Throughout their years I've been a substitute teacher and parent volunteer at all 3 campuses. Kyle was always that kid who would say, Hi, Mrs. Ling (even in the middle school hallways) and thanked the parent volunteers at the grade level parties and 8th grade party. I will always remember Kyle for the respectful and kind young man he was! Your son was truly an amazing young man. Heaven gained a very special angel! May he rest in eternal peace.

Posted by Melissa Ling - Teacher   January 25, 2019

We are so sorry for your loss. Kyle will be missed. We watched him grow up into the awesome person that he was becoming! Our hearts break for you and we pray that God helps heal the sorrow that you are going through. Love and prayers to your family.

Posted by Denise, Albert, and Kaitlin Alvarado - SAN ANTONIO, TX - Neighbor   January 24, 2019


My heart breaks for Kyle's family as they grieve the loss of their precious son. Kyle's friends at school can't say enough about how he positively touched their lives. He will never be forgotten.

Posted by Lisa Williams, School Counselor - San Antonio, TX - Friend   January 24, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss may God Bless all of the Family

Posted by Anna Holt - Hartford, TN - Family Friend   January 24, 2019

I did not know Kyle but my son is also a senior at Johnson. Reading about him, it is obvious that he was an amazing, kind, self-sacrificing young man that put others before himself. He made such a positive imprint on this world in his short life and the world is a better place for it. My prayers go out to you and to all that knew and loved him.

Posted by Heidi Woodsford - San Antonio, TX   January 24, 2019


Ms. Linda was a coworker and is a dear friend of mine. She loved Kyle very much and I heard many stories about him during our chats. I am very sorry for your loss and sending lots of love to all of you.

Posted by Susan Wilbanks - Aurora, CO - Friend   January 24, 2019

My deepest sympathy goes out to the family. Kyle was in my psychology class last fall and was a wonderful student. His service and devotion are such an inspiration to us all. There are no words in times like this, but I offer up prayers for comfort and peace as you grieve such a profound loss.

Posted by Tricia Castellanos - Johnson High School, TX - Teacher   January 24, 2019

My heart is hurting for your family at the loss of your precious son. Kyle was such a wonderful young man, one of the most polite and respectful students I've ever had. It was a blessing and a privilege to be his teacher. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God surround you with His love and comforting arms.

Posted by Kacee Saylors - San Antonio, TX - Teacher   January 23, 2019


There are no words....I am so sorry for the family's grief, as I too lost a son just turned 20 while serving in the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. God is good and will see you thru those very dark hours.... one day we will understand His perfect plan for Kyle and for us...
Rosie Guerra
Spanish teacher @ Johnson High School

Posted by Rosie Guerra - San Antonio, TX - Teacher   January 23, 2019

My granddaughter Jayla was a classmate of Kyle's. She said he was in 4 of her classes and was such a nice guy. I cried with her on Tuesday when we drove by his memorial. I told Jayla that she should listen to a song " I can Only Imagine" by the group Mercy yours and think of Kyle being in heaven. Because I said there is more to life than just this earthly body. And it appears Kyle lived in such a manner. My sincerest deepest condolences in the loss of this loving, caring young man. Mary Rios

Posted by Mary rios - Spring Branch, TX - Acquaintance   January 23, 2019


Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your son. What self sacrificing spirit he had. To give of himself, in such a manner no doubt made you very proud. The personal sacrifices he would forego enabled others to have a fuller life than perhaps their given circumstances would permit. The untimeliness of his passing brings to mind an ancient Proverb - "time and unexpected events can overtake us all". What a wonderful name he made for himself and your family. What cherished memories! Time will ease the pain and yet the memories will prove to sooth the healing process. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all at this time.

Posted by Mary Tuff - Pennsauken, NJ - Neighbor   January 23, 2019

Our family is praying for all of Kyle's family and friends during this difficult and tragic loss. Prayers for peace and comfort to his parents, his sister Maddy and all their family.
Joel & Laura Galindo and Jaelen Galindo

Posted by Laura Galindo - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   January 23, 2019

Words cannot express my sincere sympathy and prayers to the family of this young man, his friends and his community! Living in 78261 zip code there are parents who are concerned about what can be done to make Bulverde Road safer? One life is one too many..

Posted by Shirley Smith - San Antonio, TX   January 23, 2019

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