For Kevin Lee (May 19, 1961, to March 4, 2013): Here is my eulogy. You left us way too soon—now I suppose you are teeing off on the moon. You were born in the month of May—must have been a beautiful day! You worked so hard, we could see, for fun you loved to fish, hunt and ski. A man of few words, but when wanted could always be heard. So very proud, but never said it out loud. Neat and tidy, small and mighty! Loved to cook, but really never read a book. A fantastic caregiver, always one to deliver. Wood River Valley was your front yard and in it you played very hard. We called you Kev, Sterling or Karve—it didn’t matter, you were always our silent star. When it came down to it, you felt you had no choice, and those who loved you had no voice. I like to think things are all in perfect order, a plan for every man.
So for you, Kevin, maybe it was time to move to a new place with those beautiful blue eyes and that handsome face. So now you are free, just to be Kevin in Heaven.
A memorial celebration will be announced at a later date.