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Kyle Harvey Lansing
Kyle Lansing, 51, resident of 1427 Hwy. 28 North Abbeville, passed away Sunday, February 19, 2012 at Anderson Area Medical Center in Anderson, South Carolina.
Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, he was a son of Harvey James Lansing and the late Elaine Swiss Sassi Lansing.
Kyle worked in the construction industry as a precision millwright and was also of the Methodist faith. He was an avid fan of motorcycles and was a member of the Hardwood Cruisers Motorcycle Club where he was very fond of his brothers and sisters with the Cruisers.
He is survived by his father, Harvey James Lansing of the home; sisters, Layne Lynn Lansing Depascale of Brick, New Jersey and Laurie Swiss Lansing Goderecci of Franklinville, New Jersey; and brother, Glenn James Lansing of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be private.
Memorials in memory of Kyle may be made to Main St. United Methodist Church PO Box 656 Abbeville, SC 29620 or to Anderson Area Medical Center 800 N. Fant St. Anderson, SC 29621.
I speak with Mr. Lansing, Harvey, often and we never have a conversation that he doesn't mention Kyle and how he is grieving and heartbroken. Harvey always speaks of his love and devotion to his wife, daughters and remaining son. Harvey knows Kyle is with is Mom and other brother and it brings him peace.What a wonderful, loving family Kyle grew up with. He is missed dearly. Time goes by, we go on, but we don't forget. God bless Kyle Lansing.
Katherine McCarthy Dec 30 2013 12:00 AM
And still i cant believe this......atleast you are with scoutnow.......missin ya bro!!!!
debra saxon Mar 1 2013 12:00 AM
I am sorry to hear of the passing of Kyle. The Lansings were next door neighbors of mine growing up in North Arlington, NJ. The whole family was nicer to me than I can say. He was a good childhood friend to me, and I enjoyed the times he, Glenn, and myself spent together. Kyle you left too early, but I still remember you and always will. You were a fun kid to grow up around, and you and Glenn were better friends than I realized at the time. Peace my friend. To the remaining Lansings: I am very sorry for your loss, and hope that you all find peace after a time. Kyle was a good friend and my sympathy for having lost him so soon in life. Be well my friends.
Bill Nestor Apr 21 2012 12:00 AM
Kyle, I am so sorry you had to leave us so soon... But I know your in a better place. Your surrounded by family and friends. That is the only thing that helps me feel just a little better... Love you, your cousin John
John Masker Feb 26 2012 12:00 AM
My heart goes out to the family, in this time of loss. Death is not the end...may God be with you.
Nina Beyer Feb 24 2012 12:00 AM
You will be missed. Love you forever bro. Never will forge all the timesyou came to the house ou always hollared Hey mama im home!!! You where the bro I never had . You where Uncle Kyle to my and Terrys children and a protective God father to Harley. Words can never express how vey much you just bn you made us all smile an laugh and love ya just the way you where. You tried to be hard, I knew your heart was full of love a caring. Time to say GOODBYE. Love ya bra.
cindy lusk Feb 23 2012 12:00 AM
Harvey, My thoughts & prayers are with you & your Family at this sad time.
Sandra James Feb 21 2012 12:00 AM
HospiceCare of the Piedmont would like to offer for condolences & prayers to Harvey Landsing, our wonderful volunteer & his family at the death of his son. Our prayers & thoughts are sent with love.
HospiceCare of the Piedmont Feb 21 2012 12:00 AM
We are grateful to have known Kyle, he was like family. He was J.D.'s "Uncle Kyle" and was like a brother to Danny. To me he was the hug across the phone that came at just the right time. Our world will not be the same without Kyle in it. "Later", Kyle, we will see you later. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kyle's family, whom he loved and spoke so highly of.
Danny, Stephanie, JD Southwell Feb 20 2012 12:00 AM