Remembering Kyle Comfort

Kyle Comfort Memorial Website

CPT Kyle A. Comfort leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Brooke and their daughter, Kinleigh; his beloved mother, Ellen Comfort; his sister Karena Comfort (Dave Sayers), his brothers Kevin (Linda) and Kenny Comfort; and a niece, Kaitlyn Comfort. He also leaves his in-laws Phyllis, Mike and Taylor Clopton and a host of relatives who mourn his loss that span the states of Texas, Nevada, Florida, New York, Michigan, and Alabama. Reflected in the many friends, literally world-wide, who have offered comfort to his family, Kyle never met a stranger; only someone yet to be a friend. Of those, he had a special mentor and father-figure in Fred Bremer (Ret. MSG) of Gillsville, Georgia, who said Kyle was “the son he never had”. Kyle loved many things. His family foremost, but also AC/DC, his motorcycles, his four-wheeler, his truck, his dog, Ace, the New York Yankees and Alabama football. And he loved the Army. Being a Ranger was his dream. He fulfilled it. Kyle grew up in Saks, Alabama and graduated from Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville, Georgia. He was a 2006 graduate of Jacksonville State University and was commissioned into service by the JSU ROTC Department. He was a member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.

Military Service/Awards: (List from PA Release)

Kyle was preceded in death by his father, 1SG Kenneth A. Comfort, and his grandparents Merrill and Alice Comfort of Elmira, New York and Charles and Virginia Draper of Clifford, Michigan.
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