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August 6, 1989 ~ January 26, 2024 (age 34) 34 Years Old
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Kyle Dickinson, age 34, of Milford, beloved son of the late Daniel and Marion Dickinson passed
away on January, 26, 2024, with his most faithful and loyal friend “Spud” by his side.
Kyle spent his life in Milford, graduating from Jonathan Law High School. He enjoyed playing
football and was proud of being on the Pop Warner and Law football teams. He loved being an
Ironworker and was a member of Local 424.
Kyle will be remembered for his infectious smile and how much he cared for the people in his
life. Affectionately known as “Debo”, he leaves behind a large community of lifelong friends.
Kyle is survived by his brother Kenneth (Emma), and his nieces and nephew, Avery, Morgan,
and Noah. He will also be greatly missed by his aunts and uncles, Phyllis Farrell, Andy
DePalmer and Lora Rzepko, Julie and Steve Scerba, Mark and Marilyn Crofutt, cousins Laura
Rodrigues, Matt Farrell, Cassie Barbosa and her son Sincere, Ian DePalmer, Haleigh DePalmer,
Nate DePalmer, Christopher Scerba, James Scerba, Suzan Scerba, Jonathan Olcott and their
families and children whom he loved so much.
Besides his parents, Kyle was predeceased by his uncles Anthony DePalmer Jr., John Olcott,
John Singer, and Robert J. Ferrell Jr., Aunt Christine Singer, and cousins David Olcott and
In lieu of flowers, his family requests those who wish to express sympathy to consider making a
donation to their favorite charity in Kyle’s name.
A private family celebration of life will be held at a later date. To share a memory, please go to