Kyle's aunt, Elizabeth Lowrey, loved Kyle deeply. For months after his death she worked tirelessly to produce a film that would stand as an enduring tribute to her nephew. Her loving video consists of the following four parts:
Part 1 features a eulogy by his mother, Sherry Broom, accompanied by the songs "Dante's Prayer" by Loreena McKennitt and "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri.
Part 2 features eulogies by his grandmother, Betty Broom, and cousins Garett Griffin and Katie Sparr.
Part 3 features eulogies by his father, Gerald Lowrey, and brother, David Lowrey, along with music by two of Kyle’s favorite musicians, Elton John ("The Greatest Discovery") and Frederic Chopin (Etude in E Major, Op. 10, No. 3 “Tristesse").
Part 4 features a musical tribute performed by his great aunt, Geraldine “Gerrie” Collins, of Johan Sabastian Bach’s Sarabande in D minor from French Suite No. 1; the recitation by his aunt, Melanie Lowrey Sparr, of a poem Kyle wrote for his Aunt Gerrie titled “She Will Always Stay”; and a eulogy by his aunt, Elizabeth Lowrey, followed by the song "Skyline Pigeon" by Elton John.