Condolence From: Suzie & Michael Bower, Lewis Center, OH
Condolence: We are so very sorry for your loss. Michael , myself , Blake and Mikey send you our deepest condolences. We have nothing but fond memories of Kevin and his smile was contagious. We pray for you and the boys to find peace and healing thru the days ahead. Many hugs Kathy!!
Condolence From: Claudia and Ken Richards, Hampstead, NH
Condolence: Our deepest condolences and sympathies to Kathy, Alex, Ian and Kevin's entire family. We will remember Kevin as a joy to be around. His stories of growing up on the farm and naming the cows so they could enjoy "Dog" burgers throughout the winter still brings a smile to our faces.
Out thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Condolence From: Drew Washburn, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of Kevin's passing. I worked with Kevin while we were both with Sogeti. We shared an assignment for over a year. I sat across a desk from him and since we shared a similar sense of humor, we often share a good laugh. His entire family is in my thoughts and prayers; he will be missed!
Condolence From: Rick Meador, Liberty Hill, TX
Condolence: Kevin was an inspiration to all of us in the Testing and Quality organization at Sogeti. He fought hard for getting the job done right even when the customer didn't want to hear it. We had many conversations about how to best serve our customer and he always believed in doing something to make a difference in the world around him. In fact, that's the reason he joined Sogeti, because he felt he could make a difference. Well Kevin I believe you did. You held us to the highest standards and you were willing to pay the cost for it. We all have an important lesson to learn from that and I want to thank you for holding that line. I'll always remember you for that passion and beliefs. We all miss you and will remember that about you. Your friend, Rick.
Condolence From: David and Mary Alice Beeghly, Richmond, Virginia
Condolence: Dear Kathy, Alex, and Ian, We are so very saddened to hear of the sudden loss of your husband (father). May God give you strength to bear your loss. Although Kevin left way before his time, he left a big impact on so many lives and hearts. He was kind, honest, fun-loving, and a great teammate. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of great grief.
Condolence From: Glenn McCaslin, Prospect, KY
Condolence: Kevin, you were one of the kindest people I've ever known. I have so many fond memories including; our daily XC runs to & from the Delaware Golf Course, visiting your family farm (prior to graduation), and various OWU events including last years XC/Track Reunion event.
Your OWU XC teammates will continue the tradition you started this year. We will pay for current OWU XC/Track athletes to attend OWU Reunion gatherings in your honor. Kevin, your kind spirit & warm smile will be sorely missed. Your XC brother & friend, Glenn
Condolence From: Brian Gould, New Albany, OH
Condolence: You were awesome, Kevin. You brought life and character to our group and it was always good to have you around. We are all going to miss you tremendously. May God give your family His Peace that surpasses all our earthly understanding. Amen.
Condolence From: Lisa Knapp, Orange Township, OH
Condolence: Kathy, Alex & Ian, I am so, so sorry for your loss. Sending you all love, hugs and prayers. Please let me know if there is anything we can do for you <3
Condolence From: Lucy Shows, Hattiesburg, Ms
Condolence: So saddened to hear the news of your passing. But so glad we had a chance to renew old friendships and share memories together at the OWU Track and Cross Country reunion last month! Prayers for your family and friends during this unexpected and difficult time.
Condolence From: Doug Singer, COLUMBUS, Ohio
Condolence: My sincere condolences to Kathy, Alex, Ian and the rest of Kevin's family. Kevin left us way too soon. Seemed to be always smiling, always happy, always running - a great guy to be around. I will really miss playing lacrosse with him, reffing with him, sitting around having a beer with him. We lost a good one, but I am pretty sure every time I step on a lacrosse field I will think of K-Dog. He will be remembered.
Condolence From: Cora Einterz, Indianapolis, IN
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear your sad news. I never had the pleasure of meeting Kevin, but since he married you, Kathy, he must have been a great guy. I will keep your family in my prayers.