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Patrick Kyte

Patrick Noel Kyte

Sunday, December 25th, 1927 - Wednesday, July 8th, 2020
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Patrick Noel Kyte

It is with great sadness that the family of Patrick Kyte announce his passing on July 8th. He died peacefully at his home in Tansley Woods Retirement Community, Burlington, Ontario. He was 92 years old.
Patrick was predeceased by his wife Beverly in 2004, and his daughter Laurie in 2019. Patrick will be deeply missed by his sons Paul (Jane) and Gary, son-in-law Jim Pelletier, grandchildren Scott (Vanessa) and Drew (Michelle), as well as his great-grandchildren Joshua, Orlando and Miles. He will also be remembered by many nieces and nephews.
Patrick was born on Christmas Day in 1927 in Trinidad. After graduating from St. F. X. University, and then Technical University of Nova Scotia (P. Eng.), he worked all of his adult life for Bell Canada in Montreal and Ottawa. Patrick was an avid sportsman throughout his life, enjoying skiing, tennis and golf with his family and friends.
The Kyte family sincerely thanks the staff at Tansley Woods for their tremendous care and support over the years. It was truly appreciated. A private family interment will occur at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Patrick’s name to the Canadian Cancer Society.
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Marilyn Scott

Posted at 11:00pm
It is with great sadness to learn of Pat’s passing. I was his secretary in Montreal for many years and it was a true joy to work for him. His encouragement and support had a major impact on my career. He asked me one day to write up my job description and when Human Resources evaluated the job as a management position I didn’t want it because I enjoyed working for Mr. Kyte. He then promoted me to management reporting directly to him until he was transferred to Ottawa. I was happy for him being transferred as he wanted to retire in Ottawa but deeply saddened as I was losing the best boss anyone could work for. He ensured that I got another promotion before his transfer and he mentored me from Ottawa.
He talked often about his family which was his priority and it saddens me that he had to endure the loss of his wife and daughter. We both would talk about our love of skiing and tennis. He truly had an impact on my life and I often talk about the best boss I ever had. He taught what wad important in life and I left Bell when I started my family and we loss contact but I will forever remember him. I send my deepest condolences to his family.
Marilyn Scott
 
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Jan Casselman Posted at 02:29pm

Marilyn. When I was Pat's secretary in Ottawa/Hull he often spoke fondly of you and was always interested in how and what you were doing. I can see from your post that we share the same sentiment that Pat was beyond doubt the best boss that we ever had. I will always have the utmost respect for him as a boss and as a genuinely good person. He will be forever missed. Jan Casselman
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Jan Casselman

Posted at 07:13pm
I’m saddened to learn of Pat’s death. Also do sorry to learn of his daughter laurie’s passing last year. That must have been very difficult for Pat and the whole family. I was Pat’s secretary for several years when he was with Bell Corporate Performance in Hull Quebec in the early 80’s. Pat was a joy to work for and it was he encouraged and supported my promotion to management. We had many chats and the subject of these chats was usually family and skiing. He spoke of Bev and his children with such love. You were all the most important things in is life. And when I was expecting my first child in the following years (I no longer worked for Pat) he was thrilled for me as well. I always regret not contacting him after he retired and meeting for lunch. At his retirement party his one wish was that his past coworkers not be strangers and keep in touch.
My sincere condolences to all of you. I will remember Pat fondly. He made a profound difference in my career with Bell and he had a profound impact on me personally. His intelligence, easy manner and dedication to his family are foremost in my vivid memory of him. He was a thoroughly beautiful and wonderful man.
Jan Casselman
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Preyana Ramratan

Posted at 12:08pm
Our deepest condolences to the Kyte family. Patrick was one of the most humble person. Always had a smile that was contagious, pleasant and the most easy going. Your Tansley family miss you. RIP
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