He spent his life helping save others, but his was cut short when he died in a car wreck over the weekend. Kyle Blair was killed early Saturday morning in Ferrelsburg, on Route 10. On Sunday, his extended family remembered him and his contagious smile.
The things underneath the crystal blue sky are reminders of how dark it really feels in Harts.
Following in the footsteps of his dad and granddad, the call to serve others was in Kyle's blood, which is probably why at just 25-years-old; Kyle earned the title of Assistant Chief. And now, an extended family that grew to love Kyle can only mourn his loss.
Kyle’s accomplishments went outside the firehouse walls, and underneath the ground. In 2005, he took 1st place in the National Mine Rescue Contest.
He was a young man who dedicated his short life to others, making sure they knew he cared.
The family asks that instead of flowers, you send a donation to the Harts Volunteer Fire Department.