I have worked with Kevin for over twenty years, on many projects. Kevin always made himself available when he was needed most. Kevin was always the first one to arrive and the last to leave. He was always happy to be doing whatever was required to do the best job possible. He was always kind and courteous to everyone he met, except possibly sub-contractors who couldn't perform to his standards, even if they weren't working for him. He always completed every job, not only correctly but beautifully. He had high standards for himself and held everyone else to those standards. He always did what he said that he was going to do. He was a consummate professional.
Kevin always spoke warmly about his family and was always concerned about our family. He would talk about his family here in Miami but also about his affection and concerns about his extended family in Georgia and New Hampshire. We were always comparing notes on our son's accomplishments. He would talk forever about Kodys BMX exploits. It was great when both of our sons were playing Lacrosse, we could trade notes. We were talking just before he left for the Daytona trip and he was telling me how much he looked forward to riding that weekend with Kody.
Every day was a beautiful day to Kevin. He will be sorely missed. He is irreplaceable. I considered Kevin a friend and more, he was my left hand.