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Kevin McCoy

December 14, 1965 – December 27, 2018

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Condolence: Dear Michelle and family, we are so very sorry to hear of Kevin’s passing. He was such a great person and neighbor. He was always so welcoming to us, as were you, to all your fun parties in the yard. We pray you will heal from this tragedy and please know we are thinking of you all and sending many loving prayers. May Kevin rest easy. 🙏🙏❤️❤️ Love, Matt, Deana, Kaitlyn, Matthew, Ava & Devin Cumiskey
Wednesday January 02, 2019
Condolence From: KIM MALY
Condolence: Stacy and Family - I am so sorry for your loss. May memories comfort you as you move through this process. Kim Maly
Wednesday January 02, 2019
Condolence From: Elana Elaine Hellerman Berlinger
Condolence: I never got to meet Kevin, but I am sure he was a good father. For many years he got my son Howard to play Santa Claus for the kids.
I am so sorry for this terrible lost. I hope the memories will be a comfort to the family.
Elana Berlinger
Monday December 31, 2018
Condolence From: Frank Minutillo
Condolence: Michelle:
So sorry about your loss.
R.I.P. Kevin!
Sunday December 30, 2018
Condolence From: Debbie Foley
Condolence: Kevin, you loved and you were loved by so many. Your life was your family and I will never forget your smile and your great sense of humor. You were loyal and you would do anything for anyone. You were kind, gentle and strong just like your mom. You were so proud of your beautiful wife and your amazing children. You were taken too soon; however, I’m glad that you were a part of my life for the time you were here. Heaven gained an angel and I know you are with Chris watching over all of us. You were so giving and you made this world a better place. I know you are now surrounded by love and peace. Love and miss you so much.
Sunday December 30, 2018
Condolence From: Regina Ralph
Condolence: Corrected version: I mistakenly said that Kevin was a junior in high school and he was actually a senior. I just couldn’t think clearly. Also I left out “see” when I wrote about him coming to see Atticus.

My dearest brother Kevin,

I have been so fortunate to be blessed with four extraordinary brothers; Dan, you, Rich and Stacy, but now with a heavy heart, I have to let you go. I will draw on the strength of my remaining brothers so that we can all get through this together.

I have so many beautiful memories that I have shared with you. It would be very difficult to mention all of them without this turning into a manuscript. I remember when were children and you were always looking out for me to make sure that I was safe no matter where I was or what I was doing, you kept your eye on me. You always have. We were so close that people often mistakenly thought that we were twins. You were my hero, my protector and my best friend.

I remember being at Uncle Bob’s house and riding horses and the time that we helped him by pitching stones out of his pasture and you somehow managed to make it into a fun game instead of work. I remember you chiding me and Rich after we got caught cussing outside of Mom and Dad’s bedroom window in Laurel. You mockingly told us that we ought to have more sense than to get caught and we deserved it! I remember when I used babysit Stacy and you used tell me that I was so serious that I was the “Little mama”. All of these memories are just flooding through my mind that it is hard to try and catch one and hold onto it and savor it just like it was yesterday. I remember going to your football games and the thrill of watching my big brother score touchdowns and reading about it in the newspaper. I remember you showing me the ropes when I started high school and you were a senior and the most popular boy in school. Some of the girls that had crushes on you, saw you walking with your arm around me and told me to stay away from you or else! I remember feeling bewildered when I told them that it would be kind of hard since I lived with you! They didn’t know what to say! I found you at lunch and told you that they had threatened me. You hugged me, laughed and told me it was okay and proceeded to take me directly to the pack of girls, introduce me as your sister and firmly informed them that you expected them to look out for me and they did. That’s what big brothers do. I remember when Atticus was born and you traveled all the way up to NYC in a Nor’easter to see him and how much that meant to me.

One of the very earliest memories I have was when we lived in our farmhouse in Culpepper, Virginia and you managed to swing from the barn loft directly through the side of the barn without even a scratch much to the surprise of Dan and me! Naturally Mom found out about it, she always knew what you were up to! I remember Mom telling you to stay put and she would turn her head for a second and you would be gone like the wind! I also remember you and Dan catching field mice and many other creatures and bringing them upstairs and hiding them under your beds, much to the chagrin of Mom! I remember running and playing in the fields with you and Dan and the two of you putting me in the little row boat and taking me across the pond. We have always agreed that some of the very best memories of our childhood were all at that place and little pieces of each of us will always be a part of those rolling hills and pastures where we carelessly and happily played together. Whenever my travels take me back to Virginia, I usually stop there and now when I go to gaze upon it from the road, I will see you there again, running free and I will forever hear your laughter and your loving voice floating on the soft wind that blows off the Blue Ridge, the sunlight catching your beautiful sparkling blue eyes, with your mouth twisted in a playful smile in greeting to me that will melt away all of the sorrow that I now feel in your going home. I believe that those fields must be what heaven looks like for you as you told me time and time again that you always wanted to go back there. You will always be with me, looking out for me and I will know your loving presence now and when we meet again. I love you.

Always your loving sister,
Regina
Sunday December 30, 2018
Condolence From: Regina Ralph
Condolence: My dearest brother Kevin,

I have been so fortunate to be blessed with four extraordinary brothers; Dan, you, Rich and Stacy, but now with a heavy heart, I have to let you go. I will draw on the strength of my remaining brothers so that we can all get through this together.

I have so many beautiful memories that I have shared with you. It would be very difficult to mention all of them without this turning into a manuscript. I remember when were children and you were always looking out for me to make sure that I was safe no matter where I was or what I was doing, you kept your eye on me. You always have. We were so close that people often mistakenly thought that we were twins. You were my hero, my protector and my best friend.

I remember being at Uncle Bob’s house and riding horses and the time that we helped him by pitching stones out of his pasture and you somehow managed to make it into a fun game instead of work. I remember you chiding me and Rich after we got caught cussing outside of Mom and Dad’s bedroom window in Laurel. You mockingly told us that we ought to have more sense than to get caught so we deserved it! I remember when I used babysit Stacy and you used tell me that I was so serious that I was the “Little mama”. All of these memories are just flooding through my mind that it is hard to try and catch one and hold onto it and savor it just like it was yesterday. I remember going to your football games and the thrill of watching my big brother score touchdowns and reading about it in the newspaper. I remember you showing me the ropes when I started high school and you were a junior and the most popular boy in school. Some of the girls that had crushes on you, saw you walking with your arm around me and told me to stay away from you or else! I remember feeling bewildered when I told them that it would be kind of hard since I lived with you! They didn’t know what to say! I found you at lunch and told you that they had threatened me. You hugged me, laughed and told me it was okay and proceeded to take me directly to the pack of girls, introduce me as your sister and firmly informed them that you expected them to look out for me and they did. That’s what big brothers do. I remember when Atticus was born and you traveled all the way up to NYC in a Nor’easter to him and how much that meant to me.

One of the very earliest memories I have was when we lived in our farmhouse in Culpepper, Virginia and you managed to swing from the barn loft directly through the side of the barn without even a scratch much to the surprise of Dan and me! Naturally Mom found out about it, she always knew what you were up to! I remember Mom telling you to stay put and she would turn her head for a second and you would be gone like the wind! I also remember you and Dan catching field mice and many other creatures and bringing them upstairs and hiding them under your beds, much to the chagrin of Mom! I remember running and playing in the fields with you and Dan and the two of you putting me in the little row boat and taking me across the pond. We have always agreed that some of the very best memories of our childhood were all at that place and little pieces of each of us will always be a part of those rolling hills and pastures where we carelessly and happily played together. Whenever my travels take me back to Virginia, I usually stop there and now when I go to gaze upon it from the road, I will see you there again, running free and I will forever hear your laughter and your loving voice floating on the soft wind that blows off the Blue Ridge, the sunlight catching your beautiful sparkling blue eyes, with your mouth twisted in a playful smile in greeting to me that will melt away all of the sorrow that I now feel in your going home. I believe that those fields must be what heaven looks like for you as you told me time and time again that you always wanted to go back there. You will always be with me, looking out for me and I will know your loving presence now and when we meet again. I love you.

Always your loving sister,
Regina
Saturday December 29, 2018

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