Kyle Logan Gardner

Kyle Logan Gardner

Kyle Logan Gardner Salisbury Carolina Cremation Salisbury

On September 11, 2017, my son, Kyle Logan Gardner, passed away due to a drug overdose at the age of 29. His battle with this horrid disease had consumed his life. Finally he is at peace. Kyle proudly served his country in the United States Army.

Kyle is survived by his mother, Penelope (Penny) Gardner; his loving daughter, Tenley Lauren Gardner; his former wife, Jennifer Gardner; an aunt, Betty Fortune; and a number of cousins, and close friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday September 23, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (1601 Raeford Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28305) conducted by Rev., Jeffrey Thornberg.

Carolina Cremation of Salisbury is serving the Gardner family. Online condolences may be made at

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  1. Linda Bryant says:

    Ms. Gardner, I want to commend you for the obituary you wrote about your son. More people need to come forth as you did and let people know what a scourge drugs have on our society. My son died four weeks ago of a Heroin Fentynal overdose and I was criticized for putting it in his obituary that he died because of an overdose, but that is the life he chose and lived, even though he was loved very much and we pleaded, begged, and prayed for him to no avail. Our love to you for having the courage to let everyone know his disease killed him. We know your pain for we are still dealing with ours. God bless you and Kyle who is at peace now.

  2. Sally McDonald says:

    Penny, Jen, and Tenley, I am praying God surrounds you with comfort and peace during this difficult time and in the future. I am so sorry for the loss of Kyle, he is not struggling anymore. I pray those suffering with addiction see this and hope it may help them to get help. Love The McDonald Family, Allen, Sally and Luke

  3. Janice Keisler says:

    Penny, I am so very sorry to learn about the loss of your son, Kyle. You may not remember me but I was a patient at VFD. You always were the best and wanted the best for your patients. I remember talking with you several times about Kyle while he served in the military and it was obvious how much you both loved each other. Please know my thoughts and prayers are for you and your family during this most difficult time.

  4. Jeanne Overstreet says:

    Penny, Jennifer and Tenley, my condolences. Kyle was always a bright light when he came to my home all those years ago. I remember him and Tyler spending time together. I always referred to him as “Good Kyle”. What a pleasure to have been at you wedding all those years ago and to be there today to share in the celebration of Kyle’s life. May God bless you all.