FRAMINGHAM – Kyle R. Anderson, 30, passed away unexpectedly on November 12, 2021.
Born in Pittsfield, on March 15, 1991. He was a graduate of Hyde School in Woodstock, CT. He then obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree from Lasell University in Newton, majoring in Marketing and Business Management.
Kyle took his passions for exercise and fitness into his professional career as a Fitness Specialist.
Kyle enjoyed his work at Lifetime Fitness in Framingham and spent his last two years employed at Top Fitness in Natick. While fitness was Kyle’s personal passion, he especially loved helping others achieve their fitness goals.
In his youth, Kyle was involved in various activities: playing football, baseball, basketball and lacrosse. He also loved amusement parks, snow and skateboarding, swimming and jet skiing. He especially enjoyed spending time at the New Jersey Shore with his grandmother, aunts, uncles and cousins. In the last five years, Kyle was competitive in adult softball leagues. He also enjoyed playing Call of Duty online with his brothers and Sean as well as Fantasy Football.
Kyle was also deeply passionate about music. He was never seen working out at the gym without his headphones. Kyle expressed his love of art through his tattoos. Each one had a special meaning, expressing his love for family and faith.
Kyle was an avid Boston sports fan, especially loving the New England Patriots and the Celtics. His perfect afternoon was spent watching games with Ziah by his side, in front of a cozy fire.
To cherish his memory, Kyle leaves his parents John Anderson and wife Diana and Deborah (Smith) Anderson and partner Christopher Bruce; brothers Erik, James, Jack and Alec Anderson; paternal grandmother Constance Anderson; Aunts Beth and Julie Anderson, Lauri Deary and Lisa Smith; his Uncle Scott Smith; first cousins Ben, Kevin, and Mariah Smith, and Kelsey and Cady Deary, as well as MANY extended cousins and family members. He also leaves behind his loyal dog and companion, Ziah, as well as many cherished and faithful friends.
Family and friends are invited to gather on Saturday, November 20, 2021 from 2 – 4 p.m.at Forastiere Smith Funeral & Cremation, 220 North Main Street, East Longmeadow followed by a memorial service at 4 PM.
Memorial contributions in Kyle’s memory may be made to the Rottweiler Rescue Foundation, 5014 Granger Court, Indianapolis IN, 46268 or Recovery Centers of America, 9 Village Inn Road, Westminster, MA, 01473