Kevin Stevens (21 Jan 1959 - 4 Apr 2020)

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In loving memory of Kevin Stevens who sadly passed away on 4th April 2020, aged 61 years. A much loved Father to Lydia and Connor.

Sue Lambert & Nina Goodale Sue Lambert & Nina Goodale donated £20 in memory of Kevin

In memory of Kevin. Love Auntie Nina and cousin Sue xxx

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Holly Stevens donated £25 in memory of Kevin

My uncle is a man who had smiles tobrighten your days,
who always made you feel good with his warm words of praise.
And what’s more he knew
what to do to make wishes come true.
He was my uncle.
My uncle is someone who always had good stories to tell,
but just as importantly he knew how to be a good listener as well.
He is patient and kind
and the very best friend you could ever hope to find.
He was no ordinary man.
And I’m proud to tell the world that Kevin Stevens is my darling uncle.

I love you more than anything! so I am going to say I will see you soon. You taught me a lot from when I was a young girl, and that has helped me be the woman I am today, and I cannot thank you enough. I know you will be there with us all on my wedding day so I will save your seat for you my darling ❤️. I love you more than words can say, you will always be in my heart xxxxxx love you

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Carla Bushrod donated £30 in memory of Kevin

Rest in peace Kevin, love Carla, Harry & Binnie ❤️Xxx

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Ben Stevens donated £20 in memory of Kevin

In memory of uncle Kev and to help others

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adam smitherman donated £10 in memory of Kevin
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Carmen Scott donated £20 in memory of Kevin

Forever loved and missed

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Billy Batchelor wrote

Rest in peace Grandad Kev

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Kath Davies donated £20 in memory of Kevin
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Carole & Gary Scarfe donated in memory of Kevin

We both knew you Kev at Westlands ‘Blocker’ & me more so you lived next door to my best friend in Dean Road. Our daughters became via Sarah Honey xx great friends & you shine on through Lydia & your son Connor & your beautiful grandchildren RIP Blocker goodnight & god bless XX heartfelt condolences to you all xx

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Clint Cockell donated £20 in memory of Kevin

Rest peacefully Kev, much love to the family! We will be thinking of you all tomorrow, Clint and Nina Xxxx

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Maria Eastwood wrote

When you met my mum,
Little did I know
that you would grow in my heart
and I would learn to love you so

You made the choice to love me
Which you didn't have to do
Then you gave me a sister and a brother
To love me just as true

I am so very grateful that my children got to have a grandad like you
There is no one else that could have filled your shoes.

We will all miss you so much xxx Love Maria

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Stephanie Bootes donated £10 in memory of Kevin

My thoughts are with you all at this tough time big hugs xx

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Lilly Coward wrote

My Grandad, the first person to hold me, the person I first set eyes on and cuddled with.
You was always there for me through my education, athletics and growing up along side my big uncle Connor (what a team we are).
Summer days in the big garden playing and watching football, having BBQs and watch you sing and dance round the garden.
You always told me to believe in myself and you always told me how proud of me you was. I will continue to make you proud through each journey I take.
These are the memories that will stick by me forever xoxo
Thank you for everything Grandad x

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Gemma McSweeney donated £10 in memory of Kevin

Sending love to you and your family skippy. X

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Erin Caulfield wrote

Rest in perfect peace to an amazing Grandad, an amazing man with a beautiful heart, you would always make time for us all no matter what, will not be the same without your smile and laughter filling the room, you have a party up there with our Davo and watch down on us we will all do you proud just like you always said we will❤️

Miss you untold amounts... ❤️

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Anna Daly donated £15 in memory of Kevin

Condolences on the loss of a wonderful man.
May he rest in peace.
We are all thinking of you.
Lots of love Anna, Harry & Lottie x

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Claire Yates donated £20 in memory of Kevin
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Gemma Scarfe donated £30 in memory of Kevin
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Emma Roberts donated £5 in memory of Kevin

Thinking of you Lydia and your family lots of love

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Emma Emin donated £25 in memory of Kevin

We love you girl. Here every step of the way. Respect to your Dad & all the family. Ems, Tye, Belle, Josh & Jazz xxxxx

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Jackie Nolan donated in memory of Kevin
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Gaynor Whiffin donated in memory of Kevin

Rest in peace Kev, your daughter and son will always make you proud ❤️

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Paul Stevens wrote

This is from Paul, titled
My Brother.
Long days playing together in the Brick Field , now Trading Estate. Catching slow worms & posting them through next door neighbour's letter box.
I remember he had a car accident on the way back from Leysdown, I went to see the car which was upside down in a ditch.Thankfully all ok.
We got much closer when he met Jackie, Sue , me & Kev, when they had the shop at Grovehurst.
Kevin worked with me at Faversham Brewery, I remember one day at work we were on the booze, & locked Lol William's in the site box, he was a big lump. Ha ha !!.
I remember going to Butlins & Pontins with all the kids , family & friends, great memories.
We both liked fishing days on the Admiral Pier, at Dover. Fishing for mackerel, then bringing the fish home & giving it to the old people in the bungalows. Where we lived at Dean Road. Great memories at this address, Digging grandad pushing his wheelbarrow over Bobbing Hill to his allotment ( bless him ).
Throwing water out the bathroom window soaking Dad, him shouting you Buggers.
Kevin didn't get over when Jackie died, at a young age.
They had a great daughter, Lydia, she has looked after him through his bad times. (Lydia thank you ) xxx
Kev met Jackie (2) who done him a world of good, she sorted him out.
( Jackie Thank you ) xx
They had many good years together, & had a son Conner.
Connor was a good footballer, he's dad was proud of him, for not only playing football, but the job he currently does in the Army.
I wont go into any more details about my brother in the last 2 years .
I want to remember him, the way he was, loved his football & his families, as we all loved him.
Rest in Peace Brother !!
Love Paul Xxxx

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natalie Crosswell donated £10 in memory of Kevin

Thinking of you xx

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Kerry Clark donated £10 in memory of Kevin

Sleep well Kev ❤️
Thinking of you all xxx

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Maria Humphrey lit a candle
Maria Humphrey donated £10 in memory of Kevin

Rip kev

Great bloke who will be sadly missed

Some great memories growing up thst will always be with us.

❤️

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