Kevin Patrick Granata
GRANATA Kevin P., Ph.D. 1961 - 2007 Kevin Patrick Granata died on April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, VA during the Virginia Tech massacre while attempting to save others. Kevin was born on December 29, 1961 in Toledo to Joseph P. and Mildred (Callaghan) Granata. He attended Christ the King grade school and was a 1980 graduate of St Francis DeSales High School. He began his bachelor's studies at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio and then transferred to The Ohio State University where he received degrees in electrical engineering and physics. He later earned a master's degree in physics from Purdue University and was employed by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Maryland where he did classified research. He returned to Ohio State University and completed his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering in 1993. He subsequently worked as a research scientist in the Ohio State Biodynamics Laboratory. In 1997, Kevin joined the University of Virginia where he was director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory and an associate professor in the Medical College. At the time of his death, Kevin was a tenured professor at Virginia Tech and an adjunct professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. Kevin was regarded as one of the top five biomechanics researchers in the country. His work included movement dynamics in cerebral palsy, biometric robotics and biomechanics. He recently invented an exoskeleton walking device to aid people with sarcopenia and helped develop the MARC robotic walker, a mobility aid for the elderly. Kevin had more than 67 scientific publications and numerous research grants. He lectured and presented his research nationally and internationally. Kevin's greatest passion and pride was his family, especially his wife and three children. He loved to spend time with his children. He was involved in their education, scouting and sporting activities. Kevin is survived by his wife, Linda, and their three children, Alex, Eric, and Ellen. He is also survived by his parents; sisters, Eileen Granata and Anne (Steven) Macy; brother, Paul (Karen); numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles; as well as many friends. Kevin believed in being a well rounded person and successfully used his talents to the utmost, academically, physically, and spiritually. Kevin died as he lived, to help others. He will be greatly missed. Kevin was buried in Blacksburg, Virginia on April 21. A Memorial Mass and celebration of his life will be held at Christ the King Catholic Church on Saturday April 28, 2007 at 10 a.m. Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider the Kevin Granata Memorial Fund at St. Francis DeSales High School, Toledo, Ohio.
Published by The Blade from Apr. 26 to Apr. 27, 2007.
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- A Canadian
February 4, 2020
It has been 6.5 years since that horrible day. My daughter was one of the 20 students in a class across the hall from your office, one of those terrified kids you shepherded into your office, locking them in, trying to keep them safe, while you yourself left to try to help the other students and teachers under attack on the floor below you. It was from your office that my daughter called me that morning, saying, "Mom, there's shooting on the floor below...we're locked in an office...I love you, Mom, and I'll try to call you later." My daughter is unable to talk to me about that day, so it's taken all of these years to try to figure out the details concerning her class, the 3rd floor students. Who was the professor who locked her class in his office, then left to try to help? Who was her professor? I still don't know that one. But today I learned that it was you who herded her and her classmates into your office, locking them in, trying to protect them from a madman. My daughter came home to me that day, safe and physically unharmed. I want to say "thank you" to you, your wife, your children, but that doesn't come close to being enough or to expressing what's in my heart. Thank you isn't enough...this is why we live for the 32, why we never forget, ever. Thank you from my grateful, overwhelmed heart. I will never, never, ever forget your courage and your sacrifice.
Karen Fuller
December 18, 2013
I am not a friend of the family but i too have experiened the death of a lovd one. Through my studies of the Bible i have learned that there will be a time when we will see our dead loved ones again. There will also be "no more death, sickness, or pain anymore". I hope that this information will comfort you like it has comforted me an dmy family.
April 22, 2011
I barely knew Kevin but I knew his daughter Ellen and his wife Linda from an organization. God Bless.
Emi Lafon
April 16, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family in your time of grief. May your loving memories bring you comfort. God bless...
Giuliano Granata
May 30, 2008
near river
April 17, 2008
Your name was mentioned today on Channel 13 news/Toledo. How you were a researcher at VT and a graduate of St Francis but your name was also mentioned because you were one of the "fallen" 1 year ago today. I hope your wife and children can feel your presence every day and know that you are looking over them from Heaven!
The Burns Family
April 16, 2008
Dear Granata Family,
I am sorry for your loss. God bless him and his family.
Vasili Glimidakis
August 27, 2007
I am deeply sorry for your loss. I would like to share with you scriptures that gives me hope about loved ones who have died. I encourage you to look up Revelation 21:3,4, John 5:28,29, Psalm 22:24, 1Peter 5:7. I hope you find comfort in these scriptures as I have.
Danielle Martin
July 11, 2007
Family of Dr. Granata,

please know that people continue to pray for Dr. Granata and your family. He sounded like an outstanding person, both personally and professionally. May God grant you peace and comfort.
Elena Jones
May 26, 2007
You will never be forgotten!
The Burns Family
May 25, 2007
God Bless You
alma renner
May 18, 2007
Please accept our most sincere condolences.
Kevin's academic legacy will endure and his generosity of spirt will long be remembered.
G & J Goss
May 16, 2007
Linda: I am praying for you and your children every day that God will hold your heart close and provide you with some moments of serenity. You are very much loved. I am full of respect and humility for your journey ahead. We are all in tears for your pain and loss.
Carol Hommel
May 7, 2007
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this tragic time of loss.
May 7, 2007
To the family of Kevin Granata:
I offer my condolences in the loss of Kevin. We are assured in the Bible that "God {Jehovah} is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves." (Psalm 34:18) During this difficult time, God can help you to cope with the death of your loved one. Prayer has a tremendous value in calming our hearts and remember the memories of Kevin are forever etched in your hearts.
Psalm 55:22
Phyllis James
May 1, 2007
Do not stand at my grave and weep.
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am the sparkle in the snow.
I am the shredded leaves that blow.
I am the sunlight on growing grain.
I am the gentle summer rain.
I am the quiet bird at night.
Circling about; Taking flight.
So do not stand at my grave and weep.
I am not there, I do not sleep.
May 1, 2007

Rise up, slowly, Angel.
I cannot let you go.
Just drift softly midst the faces,
In sorrow now bent low.

Ease the searing anger,
Born in harsh unyielding truth
That Death could steal my loved one
From the glowing blush of youth.

Rise up slowly, Angel.
Do not leave me here alone,
Where the warmth of mortal essence
Lies replaced by cold, hard stone.

Speak to me in breezes
Whispered through the drying leaves,
And caress my brow with raindrops
Filtered by the sheltering trees.

Rise up slowly, Angel,
For I cannot hear the song
Which calls you through the shadows
Into the light beyond.

Wrap me in your downy cape
Of sunshine, warm with love,
And kiss a tear-stained mother's face
With moonlight from above.

Then wait for me at sunset,
Beside the lily pond,
And guide me safely homeward
To your world,which lies beyond.

Just spread your wings and take me
In reunion’s sweet embrace,
And we shall soar, together,
To a different time and place.
April 30, 2007
From my family to yours, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Angelia Sturgeon
April 30, 2007
To Kevin's family and friends,
Our heavenly father promises at Isaiah 41:10-"Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not gaze about, for I am your God. I will fortify you. I will really help you. I will really keep fast hold of you with my right hand of righteousness". May you grasp hold of his hand and allow him to guide you through the coming days, months and years.
May you gain comfort from these additional scriptures:
Isaiah 25:8-"He will actually swallow up death forever."
Revelation 21:4-"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."
My husband was lost on 9/11 and these scriptural promises comfort me greatly.
Linda Favuzza ([email protected])
April 30, 2007
What a great uncle. Lossing Uncle Kevin has been one of the hardest deaths I have had to deal with. Through this trajedy I know our family will grow stronger. He was loved and loved all of us. I always loved to see him play with his kids. I know he will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. Thank you Uncle Kevin for all you have done here on this earth. A true hero.
Allison Ankenman
April 30, 2007
To The Family of Kevin Granata-My deepest sympathy goes out to your family. Please know that you can gain comfort from the scriptures. Almighty God Jehovah has the power to resurrect our loved ones, for John 5:28,29 tells us: "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." Know that Jehovah God does care about you & take comfort from His word during this difficult time.
Wanda Officer
April 29, 2007
I am so sorry for your loss. May Jesus comfort your family in this tragic loss.
Marie Stanley
April 28, 2007
May God be with you each day.
Beth Milling Graham
April 28, 2007
Linda, my heart goes out to you, your family and Kevin's family. There are no words to express how sad I am for all of you, and no words to take away the pain you're feeling. Just know that you are in my thoughts and prayers daily, and I'm here if you need me. With love, Deb
Debbie Young
April 28, 2007
Linda Granata, My heart goes out to you and your children, Alex, Eric and Ellen, during this time of deep sadness. There are no words just heartfelt sympathy. It is my sincere hope that the memories you made together will keep him alive in the hearts of you and your children. The Bible certainly helps in dealing with loss. The Bible reveals that God supplies comfort in various ways to those in need. For example, he gives strength to those who turn to him in prayer, asking for his help. May Our Loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah, be with you and your family.
Tyise Gray
April 27, 2007
Father we entrust our brother Kevin to your mercy. You loved him greatly in this life: now that he is freed from all its cares, give him happiness and peace forever. Welcome him now into paradise where there will be no more sorrow, no more weeping or pain, but only peace and joy with Jesus your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever and ever.
May God hold Kevin in the palm of His hand. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My deepest sympathy.
Michael Iezzi
April 27, 2007
April 27, 2007
To Millie,Joe and Children
Our prayers are with you all.May God hold you in the palm of His Hand and grant you the strenght and courage you need in this time of sorrow. neighbors from Stannard Drive
Shirley and Bill Like
April 27, 2007
To Joe, Millie and family:
I can't even begin to tell you how sorry I am for this horrible tragedy. I am praying for you and sending you my love.
Monica W.
April 27, 2007
Dear Eileen,

I am so very sorry for the loss you and your family has suffered. May your love and strenghth as a family and Gods' love help you to peace and preserve the happy memories for all of you. Please accept my familys' most sincere sympathy.
Cynthia Raitz Boomer (McAuley Class of 1976)
April 27, 2007
What a terrible loss this was, as well as the others.The family is a great family and I know their strength and faith will get them through this.May you be comforted in knowing that Kevin will always be with you, no matter what. God Bless you all.
Ray Hunt
April 27, 2007
Accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of Kevin. He was a true hero. I will keep your family in my prayers. Ginny
Virginia Cress
April 26, 2007
To The Entire Granata Family,
I worked with Kevin's father Joe years ago at Val Curtis. He was a deeply devoted husband & father. Joe's family meant everyting to him. I just know how much he must enjoy his grandchildren. I wish I could be there to express my sympathy in person. Please know that you are all in my heart & prayers.
Kay Scofield Couture
Katy, Texas
Kay Couture
April 26, 2007
Please accept our deepest sympathies.
April 26, 2007
April 26, 2007
To Joe Granata, and Chuck and Arlene,

This is a voice from your past, the early 1950's to be exact. I was then Joyce Dusseau.

I have been following the story of Kevin on the web and in the Toledo Blade. What an impressive young man he was. It would have been a pleasure to know him. His death is a loss to all of us.

You and your family are all in our daily prayers. We will be with you in thought on Saturday morning. May God's blessings bring you strength in the days ahead.

Joyce and Joe Kreuz
Stow, Ohio
Joyce Kreuz
April 26, 2007
As a former Toledoan, I am deeply saddened by the loss of this high quality individual. He was a true hero in life and a positive force even in death. Sincere sympathy to his family and friends and may they cherish the time they had with such a role model. God gives us free will but He also has a plan for each of His children. It is not for us to question these events, but, rather, learn from them.
Carol Durand
April 26, 2007
our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of great sadness, i know that will never change what happened but through the words of others i hope that will help you heal. rememberance really is the best medicine in times like these.
L Morris
April 26, 2007
April 26, 2007
As with the rest of the world our sincerest sympathies are with you and your family. May all the happy memories help you through these sorrowful times.
The Aldrich's
April 26, 2007
To the Family of Kevin Granata:
Please except my deepest sympathy for your loss.
April 26, 2007
Kevin Granata calls the kids in
Including his son and some of their friends
He pats them on the back and tells them the plan
Then out to the field they take their positions, they stand
They are ready to play for fun and to win
Through good sportsmanship, no rules they’ll bend
Kevin cheers them on with love and respect
He goes over the list making sure it’s all correct
The research is important can’t make a mistake
He would not spend too many late nights with his family at stake
Do it right for the progress of knowledge, truth and humanity
He conversates on many things for he has lots to say
A loving father, a caring husband and a professor who gave all he could give
Kevin’s life is a life that he as a good man did live.
April 26, 2007
To the GRANATA family, may the Lord bless you and keep you at this sorrowful time.I did not know Kevin but will keep everyone in my prayers, a former Toledoen
Janet Crow
April 26, 2007
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Joanna Reedy
April 25, 2007
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
Melanie Daniel
April 25, 2007
to the family, you are in my prayers
April 25, 2007
On behalf of the Members of First Christian Church, in Burlington Iowa, we want to express our utmost condolences at this most difficult time in your lives. May it be a comfort to you and your family and friends to know that you are being remembered right now and in the months to come in the thoughts and prayers of so many. It is our prayer that you will feel God’s everlasting love and presence in this time of sorrow and that you turn to Him for His strength to guide your way through these troubled times. We sincerely hope and pray that your tremendous grief at this time will gradually diminish while the precious memories of your loved ones will last forever. May you find peace in God’s never failing love and care and may God's blessing be with you and your family at this time. It is our fervent prayer that you find strength in the Lord!
Jesus told his disciples, "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted." Matthew 5:4.
First Christian Church
April 25, 2007
My heart and prayers are with you. Proverbs 3:5-6 says: Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

May God bless this family.
Tina W.
April 25, 2007
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and emotional time. Always remember that God is there to help you and your family through this.
Thomas and Cynthia Frye
April 25, 2007
May the Memories that you hold closest to your Heart bring you Comfort and Peace.
Perhaps they are not Stars in the Sky, but rather Openings where Our Loved Ones Smile down upon Us.
God Bless Your Dear Family
Pat & Steve Goode
April 25, 2007
We are heart struck over the senseless actions of one individual. Our thoughts are with you. After the tears stop flowing and the pain softens try to remember the time you shared with your loved one and the memories you made, Memories are eternal and forever and know one can take that away from you.
April 25, 2007
I am very sorry for your loss. I have experienced losses both anticipated and unexpected. When I was fifteen years old in my first year in high school, my mother died of melanoma at age 54 in December 2004; we were anticipating the loss. As with me, I am sure your loss is emotionally stressful for you and your family.

Your grief may ebb and flow. It has been said that each of us has this well deep inside of us that can be filled to the brim with grief. Every time we cry, we empty out some of the well. But the well fills again. The level of sorrow in your well may lessen as time passes, but it will never run dry. There will always be birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and those days when the well seems to fill to its brim again. Allow yourself time to remember and mourn. It is part of your healing. Grief is a continuing journey.
Brian Andrew Wong
April 25, 2007
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N Nonpareil
April 24, 2007
You don't know me, and I doubt we will ever meet. My Aunt and Uncle (George & Carol Feustel)e-mail us and asked us to pray. I can't imagine going through your loss, but I know someone you can rest on. Trust God to bring you through this time and He will not let you down. Also know that even though we are a long distance apart, we are praying for you and for the others who have been afected by this aweful event. God Bless!
Jason Vanosdol
April 24, 2007
It is so shocking what happened on that sorrowful day
In my prayers you will forever stay
Although we never met and I did not know you
This is a poem for you to say my adieu
It is a shame you can not be with us today
Due to everything that happened I am still in dismay
Now you are up in a better place
We will never forget your honor and grace
Please look over us, protect us from dangers
You are missed by your family and countless strangers
I wanted to let you know you are in the thoughts of many
Condolences and commiserations are aplenty
I bless your family hope they stay strong
In my thoughts they will always belong
I say to you and the other decease
I wish that you all rest in peace
K Sullivan
April 24, 2007
Strangers but yet family - we draw together upon a crisis and we all belong to the family of God. We hope you know how many thousands upon thousands of people are lifting you and your family up in prayer. We hope you know that will continue - not just this week but in weeks and months to come. Your loss is felt by so many. We never had the privilege of meeting him but yet in everything we read we know what kind of person he was, how much he was loved and admired. Hold on to the precious memories. Keep looking to God to take care of your every needs and always know, we're praying.
The Beale Family
April 24, 2007
This tragedy has touched everyone in one way or another. I am from Prof. Granata's home town of Toledo and lived most of my adult life in Va. I cannot say how sorry I am for your loss to lose a husband, father, brother and son. We pray for all of you and keep your memories close to your heart and remember he is always there with you.
Lisa Burns
April 24, 2007
Be Still

Be still like the grass on a melancholy summer day
Be still like desert shrub.

Be calm and you will hear your loved one speak, in the stillness, in the calm, their love resounds.

If you are still this promise I make, you will hear the voice of your loved one helping you along your way.

Linda Wallace
April 24, 2007
I didnt know any of the people that passed, but this whole thing has gotten to me, alot. I am 15 years old and I'm a freshman at Crawford County High School in Roberta, GA. This tragedy has most definatley opened up the eyes of many people, even in other states far from Virginia. Even my school in this little town we know as Roberta are buckling down and making sure that our schools are safer. It has opened up my eyes to all the possiblities at schools, here in Georgia, Virginia, and all over the world also. My condolences go out to all the friends and family of the victims. I can't possibly begin to imagine what they must be going through. Stay strong, VT will pull through!
April Evans
April 24, 2007
Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Martha Basinger
April 24, 2007
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Jack Diersing Family
April 24, 2007
I had the privilege of working with and getting to know Dr. Kevin Granata and his family. I was very upset when he left us for VA Tech. Our loss was their gain.

Linda - Wow, you know how I feel.

Alex, Eric & Ellen - I am so grateful that you are old enough to have known your dad. You will treasure that always.

To his parents, sisters & brother - It was a pleasure to meet you at the memorial service. He will be in our hearts forever.
Barbara Leech
April 24, 2007
It was good to see your family a few weeks ago. Your family is in our hearts and prayers.
George Diersing ( Sr and Jr)
April 24, 2007
Charlene and I will remember Kevin and his family for the love, kindness, and concern they have expressed for all. Kevin's loss is our loss and we know his reward for all his generous contributions has just begun. We will miss you but know we will eventually be together.
George Flick
April 24, 2007
Linda, Alex, Ellen and Eric my heart is saddened by your loss, but lightened knowing that Kevin is with the Lord and watching over you all.
Barb Lind
April 24, 2007
God bless you
April 23, 2007
The memories of Kevin will always live in your hearts. May God give you comfort and peace during these tragic times.
Lois Hein
April 23, 2007
The Granata family is in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry to hear about his passing. What a terrific person he was to be such a great teacher and family man. God Bless you.
Jason W
April 23, 2007
In our thoughts and prayers,the McCormack family, Jason,Kaye,Daniel
Jason and Kaye McCormack
April 23, 2007
Our hearts are broken for you all.
Valeria Darlin
April 23, 2007
Words can't express the sorrow I've felt at the loss of your loved one. May God's Grace and Mercy give you comfort and peace.
R Toole
April 23, 2007
I am truly so very sorry for your loss. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
April 23, 2007
Your life has taken a drastic turn. A turn that should have never been. I know that Kevin is with God and Jesus. (Maybe he was asked to shave!) We all loved him! We all love you and like I said before I went home on Sunday; if there is anything I can do, ANYTHING, even if you are not sure that I can help... ASK and I will do my best. As you know I love you, Alex, Eric and Ellen and I also loved Kevin.

Whatever you need;
April 23, 2007
It's so terrible that something like this can still happen in the year 2007...
You will forever be in the world their prayers, their thoughts, their heart!
April 23, 2007
I am at a loss of words to express how sorry I am at this senseless loss. I would like to comfort you in some small way and the only way I can think of doing so is in keeping Kevin and his loved ones in my heart and prayers.
As we say at these times of sorrow, "may Kevin rest in peace and may you know no other sorrow."
Telly Nesher Tel Aiv
April 23, 2007
I did not know you or your family. But I don’t believe there is a person in the world whose heart has not been touched by this tragedy. There is nothing in this life that brings us more sorrow than to lose loved ones in death. Even harder to bear is when the lives of loved ones are lost due to an unexpected tragedy. The shock can be overwhelming.
Be assured that God promises that he…”is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” (Psalms 34:18) Nothing can bring us more peace of mind than the inspired words of… the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulations. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) Take comfort and solace in the Bible's message as we all await the time when GOD…” will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” (Revelation 21:3,4)
April 23, 2007
I want to express my condolences to the Granata family. May God help your entire family deal with this ordeal.
Jenny Awad
April 23, 2007
I trust that God be your strength and comforter in your time of sorrow. Be encouraged and be blessed.
Paula Bryant
April 23, 2007
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sadness. May the Lord's strength and comfort help you in the days ahead.
Stephanie Penn
April 23, 2007
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Tony & Patricia Watts
April 23, 2007
While I don't know your family, my heart breaks over your terrible loss. May God be a source of great comfort and strength in the days to come.
Joy Wharton
April 23, 2007
God will be with you to help you through this tragic time. Turn to him for strength. God Bless your family during this time of sadness.

The Rodriguez Family~
shelley rodriguez
April 23, 2007
Emmanuel Church in Geneva, Switzerland held a service in honor and remembrance of the V Tech victims yesterday. Our thoughts and prayers are with victims’ families and friends.
Denise Nickerson
April 23, 2007
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
The Tillmans
April 23, 2007
Dearest Granata Family,
I am so sorry for your incredible loss. I haven't talked to Kevin in about 20 years, but have wonderful memories of him as a true and trusted friend throughout high school (NDA grad)and also in our time at OSU ('86 grad). I regret having lost touch with him. He truely became a great man and pray God will help you through this very difficult time.
God bless you all, but especially Linda and their children.
Sharon Garvin-Boehme
April 23, 2007
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Leigh Ann Allred
April 22, 2007
To the family and friends of Kevin Granata,
What a horrible loss for you and your children and a loss for all his friends and co workers. My heart aches for all of you as you grieve for your son, husband, daddy and friend. May The God of all comfort surround you with songs of deliverance during these dark days. Bless you all.
Kristin Smith
April 22, 2007
Although we don't know you we would like to extend our deepest Condolences to everyone in your family. We are so very sorry for your loss. Our heart breaks for you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God give you strength and comfort through this very hard time. God Bless You All!
Lisa & Travis Miracle & Family
April 22, 2007
Prof. Granata's family and friends,
Our prayers and love are with you in this tragic time. We know you have a big hole in your hearts right now, but hopefully with the outpouring of love from around the world, it will fill a small part of those holes for you.
God Bless
The Burd Family
April 22, 2007
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. We send our deepest condolences and will remember you in our prayers.
Sherry Helton
April 22, 2007
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Michelle Watkins
April 22, 2007

April 22, 2007
The world will always remember Kevin
Sunny Di Lando
April 22, 2007
I am deeply saddened by the lost of your loved one. At times like these it is comforting to know that the Bible tells us at Acts 24 verse 15 that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous. So with that knowledge, know that there is a hope that you will see your loved one again.
M Alleyne
April 22, 2007
My prayers are with all of Kevin's family and friends at this sorrowful time. I know Kevin touched many lives while teaching at VT and he will live on through his students.
Karen Miller
April 22, 2007
God bless your family during this time of sorrow in the lost of your love one that was taken from your family. Our prays go out to your family, Virginia Tech staff, students, alumin & friends of your family member that was taken from you.
Alicia, Donald, Lennie & Kristina Hessenflow
April 22, 2007
You're in my thoughts and prayers.
Angie Walker
April 22, 2007
Words seem futile when the world has lost a good man like Kevin. May his warm memory comfort you as he lives on in your hearts.Please accept our love and deepest sympathy at this very tragic time.
Carruthers Family
April 22, 2007
My family and I are mourning because your family mourns; we find comfort in knowing that you all have many wonderful memories of your loved one. God bless you.
Bernell and Janice Williams
April 22, 2007
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