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Kevin Patrick Donnelly

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Kevin Patrick Donnelly Obituary
DOVER - Kevin Patrick Donnelly, 29, of Dover, N.H., died unexpectedly on Thursday, May 12, 2016. Kevin was born May 11, 1987, in Portsmouth, N.H., and was noted to be the most handsome baby born that year.

He grew up in Dover, N.H., and graduated from Dover High after forgoing numerous international modeling contracts that would have launched him to stardom. He was humble and felt that he belonged with the common man who built this country. He attended school in Southern California and returned to N.H., for the year-round access to fireworks, which he believed was the hallmark of a free society. He recently worked for Pc Connection in Portsmouth where the field of IT allowed his incredible personality to shine without being overshadowed by his intimidating good looks. His skills in negotiation and knowledge of IT were so advanced that many suspected he may have received secret training through the NSA. He was a true patriot and never breathed a word of the secrets he swore to protect (maybe).

Kevin has always loved animals especially Boxers. He had the incredible ability to know the thoughts and wishes of animals and was once seen making peace between a cobra and a mongoose. He was recruited to host several television animal shows but felt his true place was with his beloved Boxer Bebe, who has a bit of a jealous streak. He was smart and adventurous who had a great sense of humor and was known to be a bit of a prankster. He will be forever missed by his parents Timothy and Marilyn Donnelly his sister Meg Donnelly Hydock, brothers Jason and Timothy Donnelly (especially Jason), and his companion Sabre Weir and his admirer Stacy Mano who often stated in private that if she wasn't already with his brother Jason that she would have stolen Kevin from Sabre. He will be forever missed by all.

SERVICES: Visiting hours are Tuesday, May 17, 2016, at Wiggin-Purdy Funeral Home, 655 Central Ave. Dover, N.H., from 5:30-7.30 p.m., which may or may not be followed by a roman candle battle. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on May 18, 2016, at 10 a.m., at St Joseph's Church in Dover.

Published in Seacoastonline.com from May 17 to May 20, 2016
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