Kenneth M. Devine

Charleston, South Carolina


May 17, 2020
Charleston, South Carolina


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Kenneth M. Devine CHARLESTON - Our beloved Reverend Kenneth M. Devine, Sr. ("Rev"), 74, of Charleston, S.C. entered into eternal rest in the early morning of May 17, 2020 at his Veterans Home in Charlotte Hall, MD. He is preceded in death by: parents, St. Julian F. Devine and Priscilla T. Devine; brother, St. Julian W. Devine; and sisters, Juliette D. Reid and Francena D. Pinckney. He is survived by daughters, Kimberly M. De Vine, Chrisshone Franklin-Kamma, Alexis D. Cavins; sons, Kenneth M. Devine, Jr., Justin W. Devine; brother, Rev. Willis B. Devine; sisters, Claudell Baxter, Sara Devine, Paulette Collier, Cassandra D. Floyd, Jacquetta E. Devine. He also leaves to mourn, a host of grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren. Special mention is made of nephew, Luther Dawkins, and close friends, Sen. Robert Mitchell, Benjamin Randall, Reginald Russell, and Clyde Hines. Viewing: May 25th, 10 AM - 1 PM at Fielding Home for Funerals, 122 Logan St., Chas., SC 29401, 843-722-3348. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in honor of Rev. Kenneth M. Devine, Sr. to Edgewood Baptist Church, 3408 C St. SE, Washington, DC 20019, 202-582-1410. Visit our guestbook at charleston

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Hey Justin, may God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Often times I asked Naadyra about you and your father. You make my heart smile knowing you unselfishly took care of your father, for this I say thank you. Naadyra and I always will be your extended family. We love you and may your journey in life greet you with peace and love! Mom D

Well, Revie Rev. I miss you already! Your presence in the VA Home was so special to me because of the spiritual calling you fulfilled in life. We had something in common. Jesus!! I only met 2 of your children who loved you dearly. I was always glad to see them when we were at the home at the same time. You lit up with a smile and your eyes would be focused on them. Such love and attention they would give you as you would sit there and rest in it...smiling. Although we could not...

Rest in Paradise...

The Deas family is thinking of you with deepest sympathy. Often think
of the Devine family and their whereabouts. Our heartfelt thoughts go out to you today with more concern and sympathy than we can say.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Praying that God will comfort your heart, uplift your spirit, and carry you through this time of sadness to a place of peace.

the Otis Williams from 106 Cooper st send our sincere condolences to the the entire De vine family and may God keep all of you

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Devine Family during this time of Bereavement. May the Grace of God comfort and bring you closer to Himself and each other. God Bless you.