YORK Kevin J. Mundy passed away unexpectedly at home the last weekend of April. Kevin was the son of Karen L. Kline and Ronald J. Mundy and grandson of Mary Kline and the late Joseph Kline and Clarke and Ella Rae Mundy. He was the devoted brother of siblings, Paige, Courtney, Britton, and Alexis Mundy; loyal brother-in-law of Eric Sweitzer and Tommaso Nicoletti; and adoring uncle of Liam Nicoletti. He is also survived by numerous loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Upon graduation from Central York High School, Kevin graduated from the University of Notre Dame
. At Notre Dame, Kevin obtained an undergraduate degree in history. He was an active member of the band and an enthusiastic supporter of Irish athletics. Kevin spent the majority of his life in Philadelphia, where he worked for many years as a history teacher within the New Jersey school system. He was a dedicated basketball coach. During his time in Philadelphia and in South Bend, Kevin's life was enriched by his relationship with steadfast companions, friends, and colleagues. Throughout his life, Kevin had a great affinity for books and learning. He was known among friends and family for his sharp wit, passionate interests, encyclopedic mind, and bountiful generosity. A voracious reader, Kevin satiated his interest in history and politics with books. He had a fondness for vocabulary and enjoyed completing The New York Times crossword puzzles. Kevin applied his analytical mind to his keen interest in sports. A fan of all Philadelphia athletic teams, Kevin loyally supported local, collegiate, and national sports programs. He was an advocate for social causes including Habitat for Humanity and Amnesty International. Upon the recent birth of his nephew, Kevin initiated a children's book collection to inspire a new generation of readers. He sent hundreds of books to his nephew in Italy. To honor Kevin's passion for reading, please consider making contributions of time, books, or monetary donations to a local book drive or community or school library. A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 8, at 11 a.m. at the York College Chapel. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. at the chapel.