Kevin Andrew Cerasuolo

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KEVIN ANDREW CERASUOLO Kevin Andrew Cerasuolo, 39 of Wilmington NC passed away on Monday July 15th , 2013. A memorial service will be held at 3pm on Sunday July 28th, 2013 at the USS North Carolina Battleship auditorium to remember and celebrate his life. Kevin is survived by his parents, Donald & Linda Cerasuolo of Wilmington, two brothers, Matthew (Charlotte) Cerasuolo of Mooresville NC & Robert Cerasuolo of Wilmington, his maternal grandmother Louise Virtue of Lawrenceville PA, his aunt Ellen Cerasuolo of Manomet, MA, his Aunt Patricia Cerasuolo of Canton MA, his uncle Wayne Virtue of Lawrenceville PA, & his niece Isabella Cerasuolo of Mooresville NC. He also leaves his cousins David Cerasuolo of Canton and Amy Lindstrom of Manchester CT. Kevin was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Robert Lee Virtue, his paternal grandmother Mrs. Samuel Cerasuolo and his Uncle Paul Cerasuolo. Born November 16, 1973 in Charleston SC, Kevin attended his freshman year of high school at Hoggard in Wilmington NC where he played soccer for the Vikings. He completed his final three years at Roswell (GA) High School, graduating in 1993. While there, he won batboy of the year three times. Since returning to Wilmington in 2001, Kevin had volunteered his time and service expecting nothing in return. Kevin had a true deep passion for baseball and was the volunteer equipment manager for "The Sharks" for 11 years. He also loved all things Naval which was inspired by his Dad's Navy experience aboard the USS Grant during the Vietnam War era. . Kevin was a member of the Tin Can Sailors Association and a volunteer with the USS North Carolina battleship's Living History Crew in Wilmington NC. Employed with the "Slice of Life" pizzeria in downtown Wilmington, Kevin never learned to drive but was fiercely independent, always on the move and on time. He loved to ride the Wilmington buses which helped him maintain his independence and his interests. He knew the bus routes and schedule by heart. He made great contributions of service and kindness from his heart during his brief time with us and will be missed dearly by those who were honored to know him. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to a memorial fund, in Kevin's honor in care of his brother, Matthew Cerasoulo, 148-C Silverspring Place, Mooresville, NC 28117. Please share memories and condolences with the family at Wilmington Funeral & Cremation, 1535 S. 41st Street, Wilmington, NC 28403 910.791.9099
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Wilmington Funeral & Cremation
1535 S. 41st Street
Wilmington, NC 28403
Published in the Wilmington Star-News from July 17 to July 20, 2013
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