Kyle Pavone’s cause of death revealed; foundation launched in his memory; public celebration of life in the works

It has been confirmed that We Came As Romans singer Kyle Pavone passed away on Saturday, August 25th as a result of accidental overdose. It has been reported that Pavone was admitted to a Michigan area hospital on Sunday, August 19th and remained there until his death that weekend.

The family of the singer has launched The Kyle Pavone Foundation. In a statement, the family said of it:

The Kyle Pavone Foundation is created out of love for Kyle by his caring family as a means for friends, colleagues and fans to remember Kyle.

By donating, you become part of Kyle’s extended family.

Our Sincerest Thanks,

The Pavone Family”

The charity’s mission statement reads as follows:

The Kyle Pavone Foundation is a promise to serve and advocate for the musician community in their time of greatest need, providing hope and a means to carry on.”

In addition to the organization’s founding, a public celebration of Pavone’s life is currently in the works. The event will take place sometime in October at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI; additional details are pending. The band said the following of it:

“On Saturday August 25th, we lost our son, our brother, our best friend and our band mate to an accidental overdose.

The opposite of addiction is connection. If you are feeling disconnected or lost, there is help. Please take action, whether that is talking to your families and friends, meeting with a counselor or joining a support group.

If you are a friend or family member of someone who is struggling, do not be silent! It you are an artist in need of support through your struggle, we have created The Kyle Pavone Foundation in Kyle’s honor to help.

Kyle PavoneFoundation.org

We look forward to celebrating Kyle’s life again at a public event in early October at the Fillmore in Detroit. Please join us to continue to support KylePavoneFoundation.org

Thank you”

I will love you forever and I miss you already, brother.

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