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July 19, 2018

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March 16, 2017
Kebo will definitely be missed. What a sweet teddy bear of a man. With just a little orneriness thrown in for fun. That's how I will remember him and why I choose not to go to visitation. I will remember him in life not in death. Deepest sympathy to all Kebo's family and friends
March 16, 2017
Our Kebo!!!! My sweet nephew. Your laugh was contagious, your smile infectious, but your heart was Big enough to hold love for the whole world and then some. I only wish I could love you up one last time, but that's ok, because what a joyous reunion there is now because now I'm imagining hearing, "Hey Shug, what took you so long. We've missed you"
March 16, 2017
I've never known anyone to have as many friends as Kebo. You only had to meet him once to fall in love with his kind and fun loving nature. After meeting him in college, I was blessed to have stayed in touch with him over the years going to Razorback football games. He would travel down from Springfield to Rogers on a Friday and we would get up the next morning early to go cheer on our Hogs - wherever they may be playing. If it was an out of town game, he would either be singing, telling jokes, or calling everyone he knew (usually his mom first) to let them know he was on his way. He always ended his calls with "Ok Shug". My wife and kids absolutely adored Kebo as well. He was just like another member of our family and I know there are many people who feel the same way. He was truly a great friend that will be dearly missed. Rest in peace big brother, I love ya, and Woo Pig!