Condolence & Memory Journal

Rest in peace Kevin. Sending deepest sympathies to his family and peace towards your healing of your loss. Prayers said.

Posted by Jeni Maier - Sussex, WI - Friend   June 17, 2020


My deepest condolences for the loss of Kevin. May he rest in peace.

Posted by Lori McHale - Aurora, CO - Family Friend   June 16, 2020

We don't know what to say. Love this guy.My special memory of Kevin was whenever we would see Kevin and Cindy at the PLAV he always knew my name and who I was. That maybe doesn't seem so significant to some people, but as his health declined he did have trouble remembering names and who you were. We would joke about the fact that he could always know my name and I was so honored to know him and lucky to have spent many Friday nights talking and hearing his open and honest and sharing about his illness. He was such a brave man and an inspiration to anyone going through this horrific disease. He was so open and accepting of his fate. He must have had such a faith in a better place. God Bless this man for the courage he had to live life and to face death with such dignity. John and I were so blessed to have know Kevin. When we meet again---Kevin--- we will know your name!!!

Posted by John and Melanie Deardon - McHenry, IL - Friend   June 16, 2020

I didn't know you Kevin. But I did know ur wife. I'm so sorry u lost ur battle. U are now in peace without pain. Your wife is strong and as days go by she will heal. Prayers for u both. Again so sorry for u loss Cindy

Posted by Claudia Carr - Holiday, FL   June 16, 2020

Fair winds and following seas, little brother. You are already missed.

Posted by John Jacob - Bell Buckle, TN - Brother   June 16, 2020

So sorry for your loss. Kevin fought a long and difficult battle. May he rest in peace..

Posted by Pam Gish - mchenry, IL - Friend   June 16, 2020