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January 23, 2013
We were all Nomads then. Wanderers.

Restless, moving, twitchy, searching.

Failing, surpassing. Frightened, fearless.

Green and foolish.

Sometimes the quest was without ourselves, sometimes within.

But we all listened to a beat in our heads.

Sometimes the beat was bright, sometimes Blue.

Most marched to the same time. Others to a thrum only they could hear.

But a few, the rare, banged the drum, making their own music.

We marchers followed, but the drummers led.

Lifting lives all around them.

Now the drummer stands on a low, glowing, grassy hill.

We're blind to the vista that catches his eye.

He turns and waves. And smiles his wide, shining smile.

We're deaf, but he hears a pure riff.

A flock of Ravens soars overhead, screeching.

One, magnificent and burning black, leaves the flock and leads him over the rise.

Then flies back to the fold.

The Raven speaks to we Nomads, Nomads still, in a voice that beats in our brains.

“Evermore”.
January 23, 2013
Kevin, I'm so sad to find out of your passing.You were always a great friend to me and judging from the other entries many,many others. You made all our lives better. Peace, Jack McDermott
January 23, 2013
My brother Kev,I hope you knew how much your were loved and by so many. I know you would be touched by the many condolences here (but that teacher in you would want to get your red pen out and "bleed" all over with corrections in our punctuation and grammar :P )
Being the little sister and nine years younger,you were my hero. I know I was the source of much frustration like the time I released all your award winning bullfrogs that were featured in the newspaper or when in my excitement as a spectator stepped on your fastest and unbeatable model car that you raced against the neighborhood kids over at Bernie's . Being a nuisance as I often tried to hang out with you and your many friends when you were in your teens and I was that pesky little sister.
As we got older that all changed. Not seeing each other so often since I moved to Texas we spent many hours on the phone and through emails ,offering each other advice, sharing our hearts and the happenings in our lives. The times that we were able to visit were packed full of sharing stories, and fun but passed by way too fast! My children remember you for the many adventures they had with you in the short periods of time they were able to spend with you.
You will never be forgotten and always be loved ...
January 22, 2013
To my long time friend Kevin,
Many years have past since we first met. I believe I was two and a half and you were just born. Our families spent many times together, from Middle River Rd. to Well Ave. It always felt good to be around your family, especially at your home. What a cook your Father was. After high school we didn't see alot of each other, but our wonderful times together growing up stayed with me. When my Father past 4 years ago, you came to his funeral and said we should get together one day. You said come to my house. I said that would be nice. Well, that day never came. It's one of my biggest regrets life, but having known you is one of my greatest JOYS. The memory of you will last me to my dying days.
To Betty, Bonnie, JoAnn and the entire Javillonar family my deepest sympathies. My the good Lord bless each of you today, tomorrow and always.

David Lizotte, Bethel, Ct.
January 22, 2013
I lost my father a few years after Kevin lost his. I'll never forget his telling me to expect to wait two years until I felt whole again. His words helped me to grieve without feeling the need "to move on" before I was ready. I'll never forget his sage advice.
Roberta Sol, fellow teacher in NF
January 22, 2013
Always a gentleman, rest in peace.
January 22, 2013
I will never forget you or your smile. I will toast to you my dear friend.
January 22, 2013
Kevin,
I can't believe you are gone. I always looked forward to you coming into the shop for a haircut. It has been over 30 years and yet every time you came in we would laugh and you would always say "Now make sure I don't look like an Italian". We would laugh knowing quite well that I was all Italian. I am going to miss you and all of your stories and most of all the big hug you would give me every time you left. Sweet dreams Kev, really going to miss you!
January 22, 2013
It was always a joy when Kevin walked into my room at the Ridgefield H.S. library. You never knew what topic he was going to bring up: Has Success Spoiled Andy Roddick?; his favorite passage from Anna Karenina (same as my husband's); the joy of sports cars; books that have moved him. There, I've used "joy" twice in this paragraph. As an English teacher, Kevin probably would have frowned on that. But you can't help thinking about Kevin without feeling joy. He was a delightful, intelligent, sensitive man, and a wonderful work colleague. What a gift it must have been to have had Kevin for a teacher. A gift and...a joy.

Blessings to you, old friend.
January 22, 2013
My deepest sympathies to the family. I enjoyed Kevin's sense of humor, compassion and passion for all that life offered. I am saddened to learn of his passing and will miss running into him around town. RIP Kevin.

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