Kyle James Casto
January 3, 1992 - October 5, 2022

Kyle James Casto, 30, of Tampa passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 5, 2022.
Although he was only 30, Kyle affected many people in his life with his larger than life
personality & generous nature. There wasn’t a single stray he wouldn’t try to rescue..anywhere.
Kyle was born on January 3, 1992 in Medina Ohio. He attended both Barberton and Wadsworth
City schools before relocating to Myrtle Beach SC, where he attended Carolina Forest schools. In 2020,
Kyle moved the family to Tampa so they could be closer to his family.
Kyle had a life long passion for football and he passed his love for the sport on to his children.
Kyle was his son Cayden’s biggest fan when it came to watching him play. He also found pleasure in
cooking and spent his life pursuing this career and doing what he enjoyed. Kyle also couldn’t pass up a
family game night with his infectious energy.
Kyle was a loving husband, father, son, brother, and grandson. The love he had for his extremely
large family was immeasurable.
Kyle was a force of nature determined to give his family the life he felt they deserved. Kyle
married his childhood sweetheart, Suzy, and was very involved in raising the 3 children they shared
together, along with his two children in Ohio. His blended family meant more to him than anything else
in the world, something he often mentioned. He faced every challenge in life with admirable strength
and courage. Kyle was a devoted, strong, loving, and supportive father, who dedicated almost all of his
time to the care of his children and family. His knowledge and guidance was the foundation of his family.

Kyle was preceded in death by his grandfather Gerald Casto; his father Robert J. Berry, Jr.; step-
father Carl DelRossi; mother-in-law Michelle Church; grandmother Kathy Leatherman; and his uncle

Keith Tucker.
He is survived by his wife Suzanne Casto; his 5 beautiful children: Cayden, Tristen, Lily, Gemma,
and Jaxon; his mother Jerri DelRossi-Morlock and step-father Michael Morlock; grandparents, Mark and
Paula Landrum; Robert and Deborah Berry; James Morlock and Brenda Lee; his siblings, Tyler Casto,
Brianna DelRossi (Brandon Flowers), Dustin DelRossi, Brandon Berry, Annica Brook, and Carmen
DelRossi; sister-in-laws Shannon Lungaro and Katlyn Church; his uncle Marshall Casto (Lena Smith); his
aunts Rebecca Berry, Desiree Michael (Wesley Michael) and Angelique Tucker; nephews Shane and
Ryan; special cousins Chelsea Casto and Zac Woodrum; a host of cousins, extended family and friends,
who will all miss him dearly and cherish the time that they had with Kyle.
Friends and family will be received at Coastal Cremation Funeral Care located at Michels-Lundquest Funeral Home 5228 Trouble Creek Road New Port Richey , FL 34652 starting at 1:00 pm with services immediately following at 2:00 pm and lead by
Pastor Jason Henrichson of South Carolina.
The family will be holding a celebration of life dinner afterwards at 9601 Clubhouse Dr, Tampa,
FL 33635, beginning at 5:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family in c/o his mother, Jerri DelRossi-Morlock
or you may donate to your local animal rescue in Kyle’s memory.
“If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever “


2 Comments

  • Della Dunn Posted October 14, 2022 10:23 am

    Tyler, you and your family are in my prayers during this time of sorrow. May Kyle rest in peace and your hearts mend with time.

  • Jerri DelRossi Posted October 28, 2022 12:13 pm

    My son, Kyle, was definitely known for his larger than life personality. He was a momma’s boy and my best friend. He struggled with addiction but that didn’t make him any less of a person, any less loved or any less of a father. He loved his family with his whole heart. He was a protector, always watching over his kids, his siblings and me, his mom. I miss him so much it hurts. He was usually at my house before I even opened my eyes. We had coffee together every morning, talked several times a day on the phone, did activities together…my life will NEVER be the same without the big guy. I just want my son back and I can’t have him. I have never thought of a future without him in it…it’s not supposed to be like this. We love you Kyle…soooo much. I wish you hadn’t left us like this and I wish you would’ve asked us for help. We would’ve done ANYTHING to save you.


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