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Sherrill J. Howard posted a condolence
Wednesday, February 20, 2019Please accept my deepest sympathy for your family’s loss. Since death is an enemy that robs us of the joy of being with our loved ones and hurts us so deeply, we need encouragement to cope with such difficult times. The Bible has proven to be the best source for such encouragement. The Bible at Revelation 21:1-4 helps us to appreciate that Almighty God has the power to do away with sickness and death. Also, Isaiah 33:24 states: “No resident will say: ‘I am sick.’ The blessing of God will eventually include the elimination of all suffering due to poor health. Soon cancer, heart trouble and all other diseases that cause humans pain and unhappiness will simply not exist. I sincerely hope that these scriptures from the Bible will bring your family much comfort and hope.
Joe Smith posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019To Kevin,s Family Sunset will really miss Kevin. He was always cheerful and a friend to everyone. He often had a joke to tell me. I became aquainted with Kevin when my neighbor Frank Krizwinski went to Sunset and was Kevin,s roommate. Later Leo from Old Forge was his roommate. I continued to visit after Frank left and we had a lot of great conversations. Three years ago my mother went to live at Sunset. So i saw him a lot more often. He was always nice to my mother. She passed away in June. My sincere sympathy to all Kevin,s family and friends. I will always remember him Joe
Martha Pocchiari posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019Dear Jane and Family, Last time we were at Sunset to visit the residents there, we sought out Kevin to show him our rabbits. He was so happy to see us. He loved petting the rabbits and he commented how much he liked them and then one rabbit let loose on him and urinated all over him.. He started to laugh and we felt so bad, but he said, "I needed my bed changed anyway" He had such a good attitude ever time we saw him. He will be greatly missed. What a wonderful man! I am so sorry for your deep sorrow. Love, Martha Pocchiari
Julie Chrysler posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019My dearest Jane and family, I am so sorry to hear of Kevin's passing. I didn't know him personally but my Dad always thought a lot of him and you Jane. XOXO Julie
ted tabolt posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019one of the most decent people i ve ever known a loss to all who knew him
Laurie & Vince carey posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019Ken & family, Our thoughts & prayers are with you & family during this difficult time. Our deepest, heartfelt sympathy to you all. May you find comfort in knowing others care & share your loss. God bless you all.
Nadine Szewczyk posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019The world has lost another friendly and beaming person. Kevin was always glad to see you. I got to know him this past year. We always had conversations about the Yankees. May God rest his soul in peace.
Sue K. posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019I will really miss Kevin. He always had a joke to share and loved to make you laugh. He was a whiz at pitch and really enjoyed his Monday pitch games that he organized at Sunset. Again, he will be missed and it will be difficult to go to Sunset again without buzzing over to visit him.
Rose McIntyre posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019So sorry to hear about Kevin he was such an inspiration to every one I will miss him coming in an asking Rose any chocolate chip cookies today? I worked with him on the residents council meetings the last three months such a wonderful person he sure will be missed by everyone RIP Kevin So loved his happy hour on tues and thurs so friendly and was always ready to tell you a joke cant say enough about the wonderful person
Larry Welt posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019I was a classmate and a basketball team member of Kevin's, at Powelson, in Syracuse. Kevin had a great personality and always took time to discuss fishing and hunting. I remember pushing Kevin's tan impala out of the flow of traffic in Syracuse, so he wouldn't get clobbered, from behind... We laughed about that one, over a beer. We shared many classes together as well; Kevin spoke with a great deal of Knowledge and articulation when explaining his point of view... In closing, Kevin was a great person, who took time to be nice to others and make a difference in this world. I am so sorry for your loss; may our Lord shed His Grace, on all of you during this difficult time.
Jim Beyel posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019So glad members of the class of 1968 were able to spend time with Kevin in June while we were in town for our 50th high school reunion. I know he enjoyed seeing us as we enjoyed seeing him.
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Monday, February 4, 2019