Kevin Edward Sheehan, 68, of New Smyrna Beach, died April 16, 2014, at Bert Fish Hospital in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. He was born June 17, 1945, in Greenfield, Massachusetts to Walter and Lillian Fontaine Sheehan. He was raised in New Milford, Connecticut at Canterbury School where his father was the headmaster. After attending Canterbury School he went to Williams College and received a Master's Degree from Harvard Business School. He then moved to Nashville, Indiana and joined Cummins Engine Company in Columbus, Indiana in the labor relations. It was there that he met his wife Barbara Ann Frank. After more than twenty years at Cummins he moved to Indianapolis, Indiana and joined CID Venture Capital as a partner. He spent twelve years with CID before joining Cambridge Capital also in Indianapolis. He served on the board of numerous companies including Flowserve Corporation, Contour Hardening, The Board of Trustees for Canterbury School and most recently Civic Science. Two years ago he and his wife Barbara moved permanently to New Smyrna Beach, Florida to begin his retirement. He is survived by his wife Barbara Ann, sons Timothy (Alexa) of Culver City, California and James of Indianapolis. His sister Monica (Michael) Bennett resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His granddaughter Isla Stuart Sheehan lives with her parents in Culver City, California. He is also survived by a niece and three nephews. He was pre-deceased by a brother Peter (Medora). Kevin's dedication to his family, friends, community and church was an integral commitment throughout his lifetime. His hobbies included golf, reading, bridge and crossword puzzles. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. The family asks that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Kevin Sheehan Memorial Fund at The Hub on Canal Street in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. His kind smile, gentle demeanor and heartfelt support will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. Rest in peace dear Kevin. Share a memory with the family at www.BaldwinCremation.com.
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Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on May 4, 2014