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May 17, 2012
I 1st met Kevin when i stayed at my Grandmother's house on 47th and Kedzie.He came into Lucy's restaurant for breakfast one day and he signed my glove.My father was a policeman on 35th and he used to sneak me into games.He always signed my autographs and was a complete class act all around.A wonderful man who took time out for me,i'll never forget it.
May 17, 2012
The Wilk family of Sarasota and Chicago offers its deepest sympathy and condolences to Kevin's family and friends. We lived 2 doors away from his Auntie Jean on Merrimac in Chicago before moving down to Florida. When Kevin was with the White Sox he played pitcher and catcher with the kids on the street on our front lawns. He always had time and something for the kids. In later years, he always found away to get me a ball at a ballgame no matter what stadium I was at in the USA and I been at a lot of them regardless of coaching or playing. One of the best moments with Kevin was in Houston Game 4 of the World Series. He had Houston police and Ushers stop me from going to the washroom and dinner since he wanted to give a ball and take a picture with me. We flew in from Chicago. He thought the occasion was significant and thought the White Sox would win that day and they did.

Again, get ready to pitch in Heaven. You are the best!!!!!!!!!!!

Rich and Sandy Wilk
Sunny Sarasota Florida formerly from 51 st and Merrimac Ave. in Chicago.
May 17, 2012
To The Hickey Family (Jimmy, Bucky, Karen, Sam & Mom)
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your brother Kevin. I know you are a close knit family and I can't imagine the pain you are feeling right now from your loss. I want to send flowers but I am stuck in the middle of the Caribbean working a cruise ship. Please accept my deepest condolences. You are all in my prayers. Rest in Peace Kevin. Love,
John Caponera
May 17, 2012
Rest in Peace. Kevin Hickey went about his job the right way and was an inspiration to anyone who watched him pitch.
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