Photo courtesy of Lewis E. Wint and Son Funeral Home - Clarkston

Kevin Entrekin

Aug 7, 1959 - May 19, 2020

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You will be missed. Loved getting to know you. You were a great coworker and friend

I just learned of this.....iam sorry....I worked with him when he worked in Fenton.....I so so sorry.... prayers to the family

The Markell family sending heartfelt love and sympathy to Angela, Melanie and Philip. So many fun memories of your dad ❤

Steven and I were talking about times spent with Kevin and this one adjective kept popping up -FUN! Kevin was just the life of the party, the ambassador of the good times, and a pure ray of sunshine. Im not sure I ever saw Kevin when he wasnt making a joke, telling a funny story and smiling from ear-to-ear. He welcomed me into the family with open arms, and showed Holland and Asa so much Uncle fun. He was always tossing them around or messing with them in some Uncle-y fashion. I will always...

I remember Kevin as a sweet little boy living across the lake from us. I have a lot of wonderful memories of our families time together. I know how hard it is to loose a sibling and I will be thinking of you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you!

Oh Kevin so sorry to hear this about you. Your family was the first one I met in 1969, and funny how you had the same amount of kids in your family as we did ours. You were such a funny teaser but once you put those skies on you flew...God love to you and your family....Sue Curle

Go Bucs buddy!
I will always think of you fondly and remember what a good, honest person you were.
We went through some difficult times during the Vestas start up but were very successful in the end. What a great team we built.
Thanks for having my back, for being fair, for looking out for everyone, and for talking Bucs football with me.
You were a good man that made the world a better place.
R.I.P. my friend.

What a gift Kevin will always remain with me. Always good conversation and company he was. He was a good brother and a genuine person. He always spoke of his family in such pride. He will be terribly missed and my memories of him will always remain with me and give me joy. This was a very humbling loss for me.

Kevin, I love you and miss you. Kelly I am so sorry Kevin departed at such a young age and you lost your friend and husband. I hope you feel love and peace.


Kevin's Obituary

Kevin John Entrekin. Age 60 of Clarkston, Michigan.

Kevin passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 in his home, surrounded by his loved ones. He was born on August 7, 1959 in Livonia, Michigan. He served in the United States Navy for 10 years, of which he was very proud, and talked of those times often. Kevin was a hardworking man, whose work ethic and loyalty never went unrecognized. His work colleagues and those he mentored were like family to him. An engineer at heart, Kevin always had some project he was working on. Kevin enjoyed the water. During the summer you could find him surfing, skiing, pulling his grandchildren tubing behind his Malibu boat or on his pontoon with his family and his two dogs. Memories made at Torch Lake were some of his fondest and a part of him will be returned there to rest. He loved holidays and his Fourth of July firework display will be remembered for years to come. Kevin was a diehard Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan and could be found every Sunday dressed head to toe in Buc’s gear watching the game with his family in hopes that this year would be their Super Bowl year.

Kevin was preceded in death by his father David Entrekin and his brother Steven Entrekin.

Kevin is survived by his wife Kelly of 17 years. Together they have 10 children. Angela Boan, Jennifer (Troy) Tillson, Melanie Entrekin, Phil Entrekin, Shaun Chiodo, Ryan Chiodo, Ashley (Paul) Mazanka, Amanda Hudson, Alyssa Hudson and Justin Hudson.

Kevin is the son of Doreen Corless of Sun City, AZ and brother of David (Patti) Entrekin of Traverse City, MI, Wendy (Roger) Christiansen of Rogers, AR, Pat (Rick) Davidson of Flint, MI and Andy (Jinger) Entrekin of Rainbow City, AL

Kevin is the proud papa to his grandchildren; Julia, Alec, Samantha, Bella, Chloe, Scarlett, Dylan, Madelyn, Carson, Gracie, Nellie, and Cameron and his beloved dogs, Sasha and Sophie.

Kevin will be missed by his family, the memories they shared over the years will last a lifetime. Rest In Peace, eat lots of donuts and cake in Heaven and GO BUC’S!

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