Remembering Kyle: Sculpture donated by Boundy family installed in Civic Center Park

Mariah Thomas

A sculpture over two years in the making now stands in Civic Center Park for all to enjoy.

The sculpture was donated to the city by Bret and Renee Boundy in honor of their son Kyle, who died in a 2017 car crash when he was 26. 

“There is a new sculpture just east of the Civic Center because there was once a young man whose life dream was to bring art and music to the world,” said Bret Boundy. “He gave almost all of his own artwork away, sometimes to complete strangers, because he felt that gifted art was the most valuable. When he died much too young, we felt that the momentum of his life would be best used to create a gift of art to the city. Our intent was not to create a memorial to him.”

Kyle was “very interesting,” Bret said. He said Kyle rebooted his life when the Boundys moved from Wyoming to Montana, choosing not to let anxiety take over. He worked multiple jobs from farming to pizza delivery, and traveled all over on his bike, riding on mountain trails and dirt roads across Montana to the Pacific Ocean and in the

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