Hello! I'm Kyle Wagley and this is my WEBSITE!

I'm a freshman at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. I was born on October 7th, 1992 which now makes me 19 years old. My hometown is Northbrook, Illinois a northern suburb of Chicago. I grew up the youngest of three, my older brother Andrew is 25 years old and graduated from Michigan State University in 2007 with a bachelors in Communications. He now lives in Royal Oak, Michigan working for T.E.A.M. Detroit an advertising agency. My sister Jayme is 29 years old and is due with her first child in December! She works as a social worker for Lutheran Services in downtown Chicago. My father is a golf professional back in Chicago at Indian Hill Club in Winnetka, Illinois. It's a member only course and has plenty of history and tradition behind it. I've been working there in the summers since freshman year of High School. My dad played golf at Northern Illinois University in the 1970's and played there all 4 years until attempting his dream to play on the tour, which was cut short by my sister Jayme being born.

I have many hobbies but my favorites are fishing, golfing, working out, watching sports, playing videogames. When I say watching sports it means college football and basketball as well as NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB. I will watch baseball but strictly until the World Series or if the White Sox look like they are playoff material (which is rare but always believing!)


My nickname since childhood has been Wags, it was kind of just sent down from generation to generation starting with my dad's father. From their my dad took it and then my older brother got called it and it eventually caught on with my friends and now everyone back home calls me Wags. It's kind of weird being called Kyle by my friends in college because nobody ever called me Kyle except for a couple teachers and coaches.

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The city of Chicago has so much history behind it and I think it could be one of the greatest cities in the world with all it has to offer. I love living there, and being able to watch Derrick Rose play every game is truly a treat, because you never know what that guy will do next. My favorite part about living so close to such a big city is that there is always something fun going on even during the week, and on the weekends their is almost to much going on.


My Favorite Spots to Eat at in Chicago

Restaurant Location
100 W. Ontario
Chicago IL 
Sarkis Cafe
2632 Gross Point Rd
Evanston, IL
Buffalo Joe's 1841 W. Howard St. Chicago, IL
Al's Beef 169 W. Ontario
Chicago, IL
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria

1120 North State Street
Chicago, IL

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