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October 13, 2013
Many fond memories of Kevin from the Philadelphia Zoo days. My sincere sympathy to Marlene and family.

Antoinette
October 10, 2013
Dr Wright came into my life at the perfect time. When a toxin induced cancer was ravaging my sugar gliders. He preformed 13 major surgeries on my gliders. I never trusted anyones judgment and competentcy so completely....unquestioningly. I knew when my gliders were under his care they would get the best care around. The kind of care I had spent several years looking for. Knowing him made my life and the lives of my gliders easier. I don't think I have ever appeciated anyone so much. I pray he knew that. I had one particular glider who just adored him. Every time she went she saw him she would perk up and get all bright eyed and would stay that way for several days. She had a problem with depression. Sometimes I would bring her in with another glider having a problem, and I would tell Dr. Wright, "Oh she just needs a dose of you". Just a week after his passing I lost her due to an emergency vets complete ignorance. She would not have died had he not. God, I miss this man. Not just because he was the most increadible vet, but..... I think I adored him as much as my glider did.
October 9, 2013
Thank you Kevin for everything. You did so much for herpetology. We miss you a lot....
Eva from Calgary, Canada
www.dewintonvet.com
October 9, 2013
I'd like to extend my deepest condolences to Kevin's family and friends. I had the utmost respect for Kevin, both professionally and personally. When I heard of his passing, one of the first things that came to mind was that old saying: "they sure don't make them like they used to." I certainly have never met anyone else as unique, gifted, or as entertaining. Kevin's antics, at their most extreme, could sometimes make you cringe, but always in the most enjoyable and appreciative way - a very rare gift!

As the proud father of two young boys, I'm privileged to witness them fearlessly attack each new day with a wide-eyed sense of wonder. That attitude reminds me so much of Kevin. In view of his early passing, it may sound contradictory, but I believe that Kevin discovered the fountain of youth. And his reward was his priceless ability to never grow up - to live every day with the uninhibited passion of a child. In that respect, I hope my boys turn out to be exactly like him. I can think of no greater compliment.

Like everyone else whose lives you've touched, I will miss you Kevin. You were a very rare gift indeed!
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