A Celebration of Life service for Kevin Charles Brock, 64, Lawrence, will be 5-7 pm Friday May 16, 2014, at Johnny’s Tavern in North Lawrence.
Kevin died Saturday, May 10, 2014, at his home.
He was born November 8, 1949, in Des Moines, IA, the son of Charles J. and Georgetta M. Wiley Brock. He attended high school in West Des Moines.
Kevin was a hard working man. He worked most of his life in construction. He was self employed, building houses and was a Bridge Carpenter. He retired from the City of Lawrence Street Department, as a Supervisor after 26 years of work.
Kevin was an organized, self motivated, independent man. These traits helped him do very well as a supervisor. He also had a very strong love for animals. In his retirement, Kevin enjoyed gardening, watching old TV shows and playing computer games. After retirement Kevin enjoyed spending time in his condo in Florida.
He married Linda L. Kerns on January 6, 1975, in Adel, IA. She survives of the home.
Other survivors include a son, two brothers Kim and Kent Brock, both of Boynton Beach FL., three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions made to VNA Hospice or Lawrence Humane Society, sent in care of the funeral home, 601 Indiana St., Lawrence, KS, 66044.
Messages & Condolences
Linda you are in my prayers. Kevin and you made a great team. Now you need to take care of yourself and enjoy your retirement. I can not belive you are doing after all those years. Love you lady. Diane
I want to offer my condolences for your loss of Kevin. Reading about him, makes me think about the traits, my Dad, Uncle Gene had, which seem so similar.
He’s resting in peace now & reunited with his loved ones in heaven.
Each day will be a different day for you, there is no time frame on the loss of someone you dearly loved, cherish your fond memories with him & that will help your heart.
Kevin and I worked many years together at the City. He was always one of my favorite people, always had a smile on his face and would always greet me with a, Hi Fergie when our paths would cross. My thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to you Linda, and your family.
Kevin was a wonderful nephew and touched so many lives in ways we will never forget. I cherished and appreciated his help and friendship over the many years. May your precious memories of Kevin be a comfort to you now. I hope these words of sympathy will ease the sorrow that you bear, and may it help knowing how many thoughts are with you from others that care. I will always remember and treasure the visits with Kevin and his father.
We are so sorry for your loss and our prayers are with you and your family. We will miss Kevin. We are wishing you strength and healing at this difficult time.
Sending you love and light!
Shirley and Bob Ellis
A good and caring man and a fine friend who enjoyed life and enjoyed learning new things.
For the family, prayers for peace and good memories.
Kevin was a good and hard working man. It was good that he a good and hard working caring woman that stood behind him in all he did. The two of them made a hell of a team…take care of you now…that’s what He would want…cause Kevin’s in good hands now.
Blessed be my friend
To Kevin’s family i send all my sympathy
God have his soul, he will be missed.
Kevin Brock was a wonderful man! He enjoyed helping his friends and was a true gentleman. He loved his wife Linda with all his heart!
Kevin was a respected member of our Village Royale Greenwood Community in Boynton Beach Florida.
His friends and neighbors will miss his kind words and willingness to assist those in need without ever expecting anything in return.
My wife Gina and I would like to express our deepest sympathy to Linda and the entire family.
We are sure that Kevin is up in Heaven this very moment asking God what he can do to help him.
Stan and Gina Vitale Jr.
Linda, I pray that god will bring you peace and comfort in this time of sorrow, God bless you, Dale
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