Dear Carol, Colleen, Steve and Family, Kevin was a great First Sgt. in the NJANG. He always had a way to make you laugh. Someone spoke of his "smirk" that I shall never forget. May God Bless You and give you strength during this difficult time.
Dear Carol and family. I am so sorry for your lost. I had the privilege of serving with Kevin in the 170th Clinic. We shared many laughs and good times together while serving our country. He was a kind and considerate man and a great leader. Prayers out to you and the family.
We wore the same uniform oh so many years ago. We shared laughs and criticisms of the military yet we loved to serve and respected each other for serving. Another sergeant on a flight to heaven his mission complete. His memory is his gift to those he left behind to honor him, as I will, for sharing is time here with us.
Dear Carol & Family; It is with heavy heart that I say good-bye to this loveable, funny guy! Kevin bowled every Tuesday morning at The Lanes in Sea Girt, and I was privedged to have his decaf coffee ready for him. Always one large, and in about an hour or so, a decaf small. He always joked about his bowling skills, or lack there-of. Always a friendly greeting and a laugh or two about something,or someone. He will be so deeply missed by all. Prayers to you all for your loss. Most sincerely, Linda Taylor, Sea Girt Lanes.
Dear Carol and family our sincere condolences for your loss.
Dan and Diane Menchini