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In Memory

Kevin McKervey

Kevin McKervey

Clayton & McKervey, Detroit-area CPA and advisory firm, is mourning the loss of its president, Kevin McKervey, who died Sunday at the age of 61.

He is survived by his wife Patty and his children Jennifer and Michael.

Kevin was born on February 22, 1955 and passed away on Sunday, March 13, 2016. Kevin was a resident of Northville, Michigan at the time of his passing. He was married to Patty. Visitation Wednesday 4-8 and Thursday 1-8 pm at OâBrienSullivan Funeral Home 41555 Grand River Novi 248 348 1800. Funeral Liturgy Friday 11 am with visitation at 10:30 am at St. Gerald Catholic Church 21300 Farmington Rd. Farmington 48336. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to Boys Girls Clubs of Oakland Macomb Counties 1545 East Lincoln Royal Oak MI 48067 or Methodist Childrenâs Home Society 26645 W. Six Mile Rd. Redford MI 48240 or Benefit 4 Kids 21660 23 Mile Rd. Macomb MI 48044. 

 

 
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03/17/16 09:02 AM #1    

Cynthia Williams (Truman)

I am so sorry to hear of Kevin's passing.  My thoughts and prayers are being sent to Patty and his family.  I will always remember that he was such a great guy in school and he had such a big warm smile.  I am happy that he had a successful and good life.  May Kevin rest in peace ~


03/17/16 06:23 PM #2    

Michele Meischeid

My condolences to Kevin's family and friends. I, too, remember Kevin with a smile on his face and always very friendly and helpful to others when we attended high school together. You could always count on Kevin to bring a smile to your face. Rest in peace.


03/18/16 10:17 AM #3    

Garron Deel

So sorry to hear


03/18/16 02:23 PM #4    

Barbara Buzzy Kelly (Smith)

Many, many fond memories of Kevin from childhood through high school.  His funny, warm personality, always ready with a smile.  I remember hpw he would blush around all of us girls during those "few" times we'd be acting silly.  I also will never forget that he led a basketball player "protest" (with signage) when I was kicked off cheerleading for smoking and a male athlete, caught that same week was allowed to play his sport.  You don't forget things like that!  :)  Rest in peace, dear Kevin.  There's a special place in heaven for you!  Sincere sympathy and prayers for comfort to Kevins family and friends.


03/18/16 07:01 PM #5    

Tom Wimble

so sorry to hear this.Kevin was a great bball teammate and classmate.

 


03/19/16 07:10 AM #6    

Don Shreve

Always had time for anybody who wanted to say hi. Very personable guy. Too young. Prayers to the family.

03/19/16 10:25 AM #7    

John Fratt

My condolences to Kevin's family and friends. I, too, remember Kevin with a smile on his face and  I can still hear that nice voice he had.

All the times we share all through the years in school he was a wonderful and pleasant person to be around  still remember him on the ball field

 Kevin you will be miss take care and Rest in peace my friend

John Fratt

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