Kevin Spears

Kevin Spears, 60, of Tickfaw, died Oct. 11, 2021; funeral 11 a.m. on Saturday at Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church Ponchatoula; interment Holly Gardens Cemetery; arrangements with N. A. James Funeral Home.


Published by The Daily Star on Oct. 14, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Oct
16
Funeral
11:00a.m.
Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church
Ponchatoula, LA
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My dearest friend from beginning to end. The moments we've shared, the years of memories we have, our endless conversations, leaningon each other's shoulder. We have definitely shared a life together. Kevin has been my most consistent and beloved friend. We were silly friends especially to each other. One of the best things about our friendship was how we grew together unknowingly and always having a verse or wisdom to share with one another. As we each grew in our different ways and directions we always kept in touch and in tune. We shared our growth or new experiences, we kept close and in touch. These last months 1st time we lost touch, I had no phone, I was moving I was going through things..I kept saying I need to call my friend Kevin, I need to check on him. .We spoke often like clock work.. as I've just gotten settled, and had some good news to share with him,, I just found out the one constant friend and love I've had in my life has lost his life.. I am shattered.. I miss him dearly.. but how blessed I am that I can actually hear the sound of his voice. We we're a pair of knuckles a lot of times...but when we both grew to love the lord and our often time insinc rationalizations, and our sometimes debates anx we'd give each other homework on whatever was our topic for tge daily or evening get in that book and find those answers. I tell ya, sometimes we would do this all day long til late at night into the next day and we'd laugh we'd be so tired. We would talk about our pets. We always reminisced about the past. He had a great memory...he would tell me my memory ducked, and then tell me what I should or should not do to keep my mind active. Yada Yada yadda...lol. I had no friend like Kevin but Kevin and not knowing that I lost my friend a month ago was so extremely shocking, and it hurt like a knife in my side. Even though there is nothing that we haven't talked about even this moment, you know. I feel I need to talk to him some more, but I can hear him saying to me its alright its OK do what I need to do to keep my life right to ready to be prepared. And of course he's calm, chuckling at me saying come her MSN, pits his arm around my shoulder abx says seriously this is why we talked abt this stuff so we would be selfish, so we could be understanding, so we would trust and not doubt and we would be happy fir one another cause neither of us felt much was going I here anyway. We always took the time to appreciate life, nature, air, sun, moon etc...we would get at a window abd tell each other what we saw or heard anx always being thankful and grateful. We were those things to each other as well. Hewas my friend, who I have loved very much . I am missing him and will always miss him. My Sincerest Condolences to the family. We made a pact to be a better person today than we were yesterday, And God willing, a better person tomorrow than today, and if one of us is not here to carry on for the other so we can meet again. I love you all. God Bless
Roberta Peters, Clinton, IA
Friend
November 20, 2021
Wishing you strength for today and hope for tomorrow. We love you all. God Bless
Rose and Vernon Haney
October 15, 2021
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