Kyle Clifford remembered
FOND memories of Kyle Clifford’s talent for making people laugh were revisited on a Facebook tribute site to the teenager yesterday.
The cheeky grin of the Grafton 18-year-old, tragically killed in a car crash Sunday morning, filled photographs posted on the ‘R.I.P. KYLE!’ group page.
Meanwhile, hundreds of comments from many friends poured in – virtually all of them referring to Kyle’s fun-loving nature.
“From way back at pre-school you were always the kid with the biggest smile and the one who wore it the most often,” wrote Kara Sutherland. “Your happiness and genuine love of life will never be forgotten.”
Chris Munro described Kyle as ‘a real entertainer’. “You made everyone smile just for the sake of it,” he wrote.
Maddi Williams said she would never forget his ‘awesome personality’ and ‘gorgeous smile’. “You will be terribly missed by all.”
Matt Zietsch posted about ‘sooo many memories, soo much fun’. “im (sic) so proud to call you family... ill (sic) never forget you, i dont think anyone will.”
Ashley Cutler remembered Kyle’s infectious personality: “you had such a way of making people happy and laugh no matter how sad they where (sic).”
‘A true larikin (sic)’ was how Caitlin Gunn spoke of Kyle in her post. “... there wasnt a dull moment in his life, a truely (sic) terrible loss,” she said.
Ally Strain wrote of her shock: “I can’t believe the craziest most funniest person I have ever met is gone.”