The Constantine family is deeply saddened to announce the unexpected passing of our beloved Kyle Constantine, 33, on August 9, 2022 of Glastonbury, CT. His hardworking, compassionate, and reserved nature will forever be remembered.
His journey began May 30, 1989 and from the very early years his bright smile and animated personality was always present. From a young age, he developed his passion for sports; not only participating in them but also collecting memorabilia as an avid fan of the Hartford Whalers, New England Patriots, Nascar, Boston Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins. His days at GHS included playing varsity soccer and lacrosse. Kyle created many memories with his friends during weekends on the ski slopes, trips to Block Island, going to a variety of concerts and riding his dirt bike. His brothers and friends can also attest to his, what they endearingly call, obsession for fantasy football. In high school he spent time participating in charitable work which he carried with him throughout his life. He always found time to lend a helping hand, mostly with house projects. Any excuse he could find to break out his impressive tool collection. Kyle found joy working with his hands as he was always eager to learn new carpentry skills.
Graduating Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2011, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Construction Management and started his construction career locally. He was presented with an opportunity which took him to the west coast and it is there, in San Diego, where he discovered his love of surfing and enjoying the beautiful sunsets that he captured through photography. After three years, he returned home to join the family business bringing his knowledge, dedication and strong work ethic.
Above all Kyle’s love for his family and longtime girlfriend was undeniable. Katie and Kyle enjoyed traveling together and spending time outdoors with their rescue pup Baxter. Kyle especially embraced his role as an uncle. Never missing an opportunity to spend time with his niece and nephew.
He will be deeply missed by his loving parents, William (Bill) and Donna, and brothers William (Billy) and wife Angela, Trevor and fiance Celena, and Brendan. He leaves behind his longtime girlfriend, Katie Lengsavath. He will be very much missed by his grandmothers, Doris Constantine and Concettina Lombardo, as well as his niece, Cora, and nephew, Cole. Kyle leaves behind many uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends who will always remember him with love. He joins his grandfathers, William Constantine and Sebastian “Nootsie” Lombardo in heaven.
A celebration of Kyle’s life will be held on Friday, August 19, 2022 between the hours of 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Glastonbury Boathouse, 252 Welles St. The family will take comfort connecting with guests to share special memories of Kyle and perhaps a sunset. For online condolences, please visit www.mulryanfh.com