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Kevin M. Harrigan

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dec 10, 1953 – Jan 12, 2021 (Age 67)


December 10, 1953
January 12, 2021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


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Burns Funeral Home-Frankford Ave. Obituary

On January 12,2021. Beloved husband of 43 years to Betty  “Elizabeth" (nee Clarhaut).  Devoted Father of Brian Harrigan - Gershman (Heather), Michael Harrigan (Karen) and the late Michelle Harrigan. Loving Pop Pop to Christina, Brooklyn, Dylan, Kaitlyn and Connor. Dear Brother of Daniel (Rose) and Joseph, lifelong best friend and cousin to Joe Harrigan. Kevin was an employee of Merakey. He worked as a Direct Support Professional at their Woodhaven campus for 43 years providing care and friendship to adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Kevin was a lover of music. He was most in his element when having a conversation with someone about his favorite groups, discussing the seemingly countless concerts he has gone to over the years or just sharing his vast knowledge with someone. Kevin truly fit the description of a family man. Times spent with his family were the times he cherished most. Relatives and Friends are invited to gather Tuesday eve 5-8pm Burns Funeral Home 9708 Frankford Ave. Phila. Pa. 19114 and also Wednesday Jan. 20, 2021 St. Jerome Church 8100 Colfax St. 19136 10am to 10:45am followed by his funeral mass 11am Int. PRIVATE. In lieu of flowers family prefers donations to in his memory.   

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Brian, Mike, Betty and family. My heart and prayers go out to you and all whom are close to Kevin. May you be able to remember Kevin’s warm smile, loving nature and find joy in his memory. Please accept my condolences and know that your entire family is in my thoughts and prayers.


May God, Comfort and Carry you Betty and your family in this time of sorrow.

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I am sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my condolences. May the love of God, friends and family comfort you through your grief. 2nd Thessalonians 2: 16,17

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. Our Deepest Sympathy...Barbara and Paul Golden.