Kyle Brandon Rembert was cut down before his life began by the silent killer, carbon monoxide. To honor the memory of Kyle Rembert Mount St. Michael Academy created The Kyle B. Rembert Scholarship. On May 21, 2011 the Rembert Family sponsored the 1st Annual Kyle B. Rembert Prevention of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Run/Walk. All proceeds were applied to the scholarship fund and the family would like to encourage you to continue to support our efforts. Please continue to send donations to:
Mount Saint Michael Academy
c/o Dr. A. Miserandino
4300 Murdock Ave
Bronx, NY 10466
Please indicate Kyle B. Rembert Scholarship in the memo field. We thank you in advance for all of your support and we hope to see you next year.
I leave you with one of the messages Kyle left us with: "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28
Letters from Mount
Kyle has epitomized what it means to live a life with great values. He brightened the day of all those who saw him. He makes us all proud to be part of the Mount Family. Kyle we all miss you. You will remain in all our hearts. RIP Kyle Rembert #45. Keep smiling! =) Stanley Delacruz
I guess it's true God takes the good ones early. You were really one of a kind. Your presence will not only be missed on the field but also as a person. Smile down on us even when we can't. I am going to miss you. Anonymous
Dear Remberts My name is Narada Smith. I knew Kyle since freshman year. He was always a fun person to be around and to have around. On this day November 9th the two days after Kyle's passing the tears shed by his fellow classmate show a sincere love we had for Kyle. It is very sad and tragic that someone so young and full of life had to go. Even though Kyle's passing is very sad, there is a message behind it. The message is that people just take the time to live, laugh, show love to one another and enjoy life as now I see that for myself. Kyle will forever be missed and loved but NEVER FORGOTTEN. Sincerely yours, Narada A. Smith
We never planned to say good bye. You were like the purest out of all of us. They say the good die young. I guess that's why you had to go but your not really gone your only a prayer away. We all have a new guardian angle and you’re watching over us now. You will always live on through the memories and love that we have for you. Every time we pick up a ball or listen to Coombs voice we either think of a super athlete or a funny lovable young man. I hope your family is well. I will be praying for them also for Jahi, Alonzo and Corey because they knew you the best. We all love you #45 Kyle Rembert AKA Rem. Your # 45 will never be touched again out of respect for you. We are all going to meet up again one day. I'm not a part of the team anymore but when we win the championship you’re going to be there because we are winning it for you. We used to play in the hallway everyday just for the fun of it and you used to make fun of me but it never hurt because it was too funny to me. I love you man remember you had your first varsity touchdown. The look on your face because you were a man of your word. You told me messing up your shoulder was just a minor setback, "I'm only going to play and work harder than before. I'll be starting before you know it.", a couple games later you were starting and our best running back. I admire you, you never been a quitter unlike me. The only thing I ever did for you was tuck your jersey into your pads. I made you look like a star but you made yourself into one. However, without even trying you made me want to fight every tinge I thought of quitting. I just thought of how much harder you would be working. The crazy part is I have never seen you mad. You were always smiling the heart of the team and that is why we love you.
Sincerely Andre TrussBetter safe than sorry. I love you man now and forever!
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