Kevin-Reed-Obituary

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Kevin Lewis Reed

Fairview, Oregon

Feb 17, 1971 – Nov 30, 2017

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Kevin Lewis Reed was born in Portland, Ore. on Feb. 17, 1971, to Allen and Kay Reed. He grew up in Portland with his two siblings, Kelly, brother, and Karen, sister.In 2001, Kevin exchanged wedding vows with Fairouz Farah. The couple was blessed with three beautiful daughters, Abigail, Ashley...

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I love my daddy and miss him so much. All my memories of him will always be remembered by us. Especially going to the beach and going on lots of vacations.

I love daddy so much. I want him back so much. I miss him so much everyday. Every time he plays with me games he cheats. He was my pal watching American Ninja Warriors. Love your baby girl,

Cousin Kevin was such a kind and funny soul who loved his family, and I know he is watching over my cousins and cousin Fairouz as well as his parents, siblings, and extended family. He may not be here physically but his presence will be felt and I hope that will bring comfort to the family. I love you guys, stay strong

We lost one of the most true, loyal, and hilarious people I have ever had the blessing to meet. Kevin Reed, you were my best friend. You taught me so much in the short time we had together on his earth. I will never forget all the great times we had from tubing on Mt. Hood with our families in the winter to golfing in the summer. You made getting up in the morning and going to work something I really looked forward to. You touched so many people in your short time with us. You are loved by so...

RIP Kevin Reed......My heart breaks at your loss....

Thank you for your friendship. Thank you for the laughs. Thank you for the smiles. Thank you for your hospitality. Thank you for your loyalty. Thank you for your love to my dear friend Fairouz and your precious girls. Thank you for all you are. You were one of the good ones......Gone far too soon......

My favorite memory of my Uncle Kevin was a couple years ago during the 4th of July. It was dark outside, and he bent over to pick up some fireworks so we could light them. Across the street, our neighbors were backing into their driveway, and their headlights were shining on Uncle Kevin's behind. With Uncle Kevin knowing that, he starting shaking it saying, Ha Ha look at by behind! I will really miss my Uncle Kevin's humor. He knew how to make us laugh.

Gabriel Teeny

I still can't believe that you have passed, I will cherish all of our memories that we made together, Ducks games, birthdays, get togethers, snowboarding at Ski-bowl after work, and just being able to talk with you. I will miss the way you light up a room, your laugh, smile, and your personality. You are one of my Best friends, one of a kind and I will cherish our friendship and will never forget the memories that we made over the past 16 years. When I first met you I was getting out of the...

Kevin was a great husband, father, son, and friend. I don't know how to say bye to a friend who I have known for over 40 years since we were just children. But for those who didn't know him, Kevin was a guy who always had your back and never left your side. Whether we were playing ATARI in the 70s with the neighborhood kids before gaming became popular, skateboarding in Southeast Portland in the early 80s before it was fashionable, living in a Venice Bungalow playing basketball by the ocean...

The last memory of my Uncle Kevin was 2 days before Halloween , we went over to their house for him and the girls to teach us how to carve pumpkins, because we have never carved pumpkins. We brought our pumpkins to the house and they had everything ready for us to carve, Uncle Kevin was going on and off helping us carve the pumpkins because the World Series game was on and he liked watching sport games. Once we were done scooping all the guts out of the pumpkin he told us the best way to...