Kevin’s In Heaven!

This is my son Kev who recently passed away just before the age of him turning 23! He died two days before I became an Ordained Pastor. He was my only child whom I miss deeply! And now because of his death, due to an accidental drug overdose, Christ has now placed it on my heart to help counsel others like him who need help. Anyone with a drug or alcohol addiction, Christ through me, we can help you change your life for the better! I will spend the rest of my life helping as many individuals as I can. I won’t give up on you! So you, don’t give up on me! I’m ready to help you, when you’re ready to be helped! Just keep in mind, they never know if tomorrow will truly come. And last, I don’t want to see you end up like my son! For I know my son as he sits in heaven now, would want his dad, to help be the light in the dark, to all those who are lost, and just ready to give up on life.


12 thoughts on “Kevin’s In Heaven!

  1. I miss you Kevin. I know we lost touch the last few months before your passing but you was still an amazing guy!! I made so many memories with you! You will never be forgotten!

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  2. I’m so glad that Kevin is in Heaven!!! I’m sure by now he has met my son, Jared, and they realize that Kevin’s dad and Jared’s mom have been friends for some time. Steve, it is great what you are doing here and I support you 100%. Jared didn’t always make the best choices in his life, but then neither do I or anyone else. It is so important that we know that even though we are a Christian it doesn’t mean we will have perfect lives and that we won’t sin anymore. I tell people all the time….”I just sin differently than you”. I never had the pleasure of meeting Kevin, but remember with fondness all the times you spoke so lovingly of him and his basketball accomplishments. I bet he’s shooting hoops with Jesus! All the best to you, Steve! Keep me in mind if you ever need anything; I’ll do my best to help!
    ~an old math teacher 🙂
    Joan

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  3. I miss you severely Kevin Michael. You are in such a better place, and I couldn’t be more thankful for that. Although I wish you were here with us physically, I know you’re here in our hearts. I will never forget you. Always in my heart and always on my mind.

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  4. Thank you so much for being such a great friend to me. During school you were such a great person. You always cheered me up when I was having a bad day. You always made me smile when I didn’t want to. Just thank you for always brightening my day with your million dollar smile. You are greatly missed by many. It’s not goodbye. It’s ill see you again. 💚

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    1. He sure did have a smile that could lite up a room didn’t he.. And you said it.. This is not a goodbye.. It’s an until we see you again.. Thank you Kayla for sharing those words from your heart..

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  5. I remember when Kevin and I where little. We had a basketball shootout at school; to see who is going to compete against the other school. Kevin gave me a tip on how to shoot better. And it worked. We both went to Tawas for the shootout. Its the little things in life that mean the most. I wont ever forget that.

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  6. Thanks so much Pastor Steve for being a godly example! Thanks for being encouragement to me and to so many others! Grateful that God uses the weak, the humble and the “foolish” things of this world to confound the wise 🙂 Through each trial of life we can bring glory to the only one worthy…The Lord Jesus! Thanks again for that example! Looking forward to meeting your son and seeing mine. My son Troy had a smile that lit up a room as well! He had three dimples which helped 🙂 God abundantly bless you Pastor Steve as you pursue Him and His will for your life. This journey is so short and eternity is forever!

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  7. I am just finding this site and relate to the deepest of sorrows as my 20 year old son Jon died in the same manner as Kevin on 9-19-15.
    When is the next summit meeting scheduled? I am suffering so much despair right now but would like to talk to others who have gone through this to ask how they have survived. Take good care, Claire.

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  8. I am sorry I didn’t know Kevin, but he sounds a lot like my son Jon. I understand and feel the pain of his father. I know because my son died the same way. 😭 This happened last September when he was 20.
    It deeply saddens me to to receive this phone call . I’m trying to keep going like I know he would want me to. But there are many incredibly painful days trying to cope with this. Many blessings and peace to his father.

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