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March 28, 2020

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March 27, 2020
I don't usually read the obituary page, but was looking for news of someone else when I stumbled on this very sad news. I knew Kerry from early A-2 days --ahh, the 80's!--and crossed paths with him often over the decades. He always shared his beautiful smile and a kind word. Very sorry for your loss.
March 24, 2020
Condolences to Kerry's family.
I had the opportunity to work with Kerry at the Portland Office of Emergency Management, now Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, in my capacity as the Neighborhood Emergency Team Coordinator.
Kerry and I also connected during this time with the City's Office of Neighborhood Involvement.
He was a splendid professional and a very gentle man.
Kerry is missed.
William Warren
March 24, 2020
This is hard..and I'm not ashamed to admit as a male, that I literally break down and cry with genuine sorrow..grief..sense of loss, and compassion for all of Kerry's loved ones and friends. In my 61 years, I've never met a nicer, kinder, more caring, more authentic, nor a better human being than Kerry. I wish I had known about how serious this was. I didn't realize he had brain cancer, and that it was terminal. I regret not just reaching out in general to talk with Kerry and to keep in touch as a friend. I met Kerry in the men's group at Southlake when I was going through an extremely challenging (self inflicted) time in my life. There are a lot of truly great men in that group, but for me, Kerry stood out as one who always talked with and about others..with love. He helped me put things in perspective. He helped me to rebuild my self-esteem and self-confidence. He was so encouraging and supportive. If there was one guy I've met in my life who I could pattern, and try to be like, so that I would always feel good about myself, it would be Kerry. He truly had and was, the best soul I've ever known. The thing is, he would be so humbled and embarrassed to hear those words, but they're all true. He was THAT special, and I will greatly miss him. Peace n Blessings. ~ Chuck Heath
March 22, 2020
I am sorry for your loss, for our loss in Kerry. Kerry and I met when he boarded Shazam at our barn and rode with me for a few years. Even after moving Shazam back home to Sherwood, Kerry would stop by the farm to say hi and catch up on life with me. There were times we would run into each other out of the blue different places and his smile, sparkle and upbeat positive attitude was ever present. I am sorry to hear this news but know and share his faith in God. Because of His promise, I know and believe Kerry is in the best place ever and we will catch up again one day. Prayers and blessings to everyone in this time of loss and also uncertainty around the world. I look forward to celebrating Kerry's incredible life when the country is out of quarantine.
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