Rest in Peace Uncle Kevin..
thank-you for choosing Doctors Without Borders, a wonderful organization. We'll miss you..
Dear Terry and Linda, We are sorry to hear about your loss. We have met most of the family and know how close you all are. You have taken good care of him and hope you get comfort form your loving family. Sincerly Ginny and Ed Cicolini
Terry and Linda and all your family,
We just heard that your brother passed away. Please accept our sincere sympathy. We know what a loving, close family you are and how well you cared for your brother Paul. Our thoughts are with you all.
Love, Marge and Jim Pillion
To my favorite Uncle Kevin , ok so you are my only Uncle Kevin ! I loved how you busted all of us throughout our lives, how you taught us to drive in the parking lots before being of age, how you welcomed my friends to stop in for a drink before hitting Boston from CT, how you taught us blackjack and then you paid the younger cousins to clean up after the family parties, how you would lose your hat and glasses in the pool and always loved the bathing suit , how you met Bart and I at a Red Sox game and then tested his endurance at the Erie Pub and how you wrote a beautiful letter to my kids when my Dad died . Every family needs an Uncle Kevin, we were so lucky to have you in our family all my love Donna
We are very sorry for the families loss..We know it is a great loss for everyone. Prayers are with you at this time
Skeeter always told me he would marry me... He said I was too young then but when I caught up to him we'd get married:-) so lucky to have had Skeeter in my life... Lots of fun memories!
To The Daley Family,
Our condolences go out to all. Skeeter (always Skeeter to us) was a kind and caring man and we were so lucky to have known him. He was like and uncle to us and we had good times with him. My Dad was so lucky to have him as "his best friend." Thank you again Skeeter and may you rest in peace.
Kevin, We will miss you. You were a good sport and a good friend.
With sorrow, John & Nancy