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June 26, 2013
Kevin-Until reading your mom and dad's post, I still couldn't believe you're gone. You were the most amazing person that ever walked the face of the Earth. You had the most patient, kind and sincere heart ever. I've been studying with the lds-I know you're up there watching shocked, and according to the beliefs, your family will be with you someday...even Harlow. Harlow's the one I think about often, you were hilarious right before you died-Kody's dog was friendly, and you tried to make me think Harlow liked me by putting roast beef in my pillow to make him sit by me:) Always so sweet. I was told if I find a feather, it means you're looking over me like an angel-I've found so many and carried three vintage, 1860's costume jewelry feathers I've found since you died. Needless to say I was a wreck last time I saw you, I've since worked my way from nothing to a six figure income, new car, home, life...my son has a tattoo of the tree you and he talked about, the one you loved, in honor of you. As much as I hate to, almost can't, I guess I have to accept that you're really gone, and you'll never be able to see the life you saved. It hurts that out of all of the terrible people in the world, the most amazing one on earth was taken. I can't fathom it. Knowing that you lived more than people 100 years old in your 25 years makes me smile. You've shown me how to have peace alone, you promised me you were going to show me how..and you did. My son quit drinking, and has found a career in landscaping, building beautiful walls, one in your name.
I love you Kevin, as I hurt saying it, I mean it R.I.P.
anonymous
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