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Kevin Flood DDS

Grand Rapids, Michigan

May 15, 1955 – Aug 10, 2019

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Flood DDS, Kevin Kevin Patrick Flood, a man with a personality almost as big as his heart, gave his final Irish goodbye on August 10th, 2019. Eldest son to the late John and Betty Flood, and big brother to the late Megan Flood, he is survived by his dear siblings Brigid, Patrick, and Sean Flood,...

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Always fun to see Kevin around town and I looked forward to visiting the dentist (who does that?) knowing we would always have some laughs about Chicago stories and the challenges of every day life.
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Steve Trent

Dr. Flood was a wonderful client of ours. We always enjoyed seeing him at our conference. We will miss seeing his great smile. Our deepest sympathy from all his friends at BioResearch.

Such a great guy, a client of mine and so much fun to spend time with. Godspeed, Kevin! You were one of the good ones!

Words can not express how sad I am for the family! Morgan, Connor, and Patrick, your dad was an amazing guy, and I know you knew that! I feel truly blessed to have known your dad, and will miss him dearly. It has been a few years since I had seen him, but I will forever be thankful for all of the wonderful advice he gave me in my life. You will always be in my heart.

I only knew Keven from working out with him. He was a friendly face...oh how I wished I had reached out to him, shared some conversation. What a special and wonderful man.
MaryAne Olsen

Dr. Flood has been my dentist since he began his practice in 1986. He was my daughter's only dentist until she changed this year. Kevin was one of the kindest people I've ever met. He had a genuine interest in the lives of his patients. I will miss that great smile and laugh.

I will miss seeing you Dr.Flood! When I read that you had passed I was shocked and truly did not want to believe it. You had a wonderful caring and thoughtful way of treating all people. I will miss sharing stories of my professional work with you . I will miss your stories of your growing up years. Go rest and know you will live on and on in all who have known you

We are so sad to hear of Kevin's death. He was our dentist over 20 years, and always so kind and caring and helpful in any emergency.. He will be missed very much.

All of us that worked at Forest Hills Foods , will truly miss Kevin. We saw him once , twice , and sometimes three times a day. We were ALWAYS glad to see him with his infectious smile. He seemed just as glad to see all of us , which really brightened our day. He was a welcome sight in his blue scrubs or his Hawaiian shirts. Our thoughts go to his family and friends. Laura Morrell