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Kevin R. Kite

July 22, 1964 - December 20, 2017

Kevin R. Kite, age 53, of Bear, Delaware, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 surrounded by his loving family.

Kevin was born in Wilmington, DE on July 22, 1964, and was the son of the late Quinn Kite and Shirley (McGowan) Kite.  After serving in the U.S. Army in the 82

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  • Kevin will always hold a special place in Corrine’s and my heart. Kevin was one of the St Georges boys who grew up with our two boys.We never knew who would be in the house at any given time, but we never had to worry especially when Kev was there. We watched Kev grow into a fine young man. He was the one I trusted when we purchased our vehicles. Rest in PEACE Kev. You will be missed.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with the Kite family. May you rest in peace Kevin.

  • My deepest condolences to Kevin’s family. I remember him very well from my high school days. A truly lovely human being.

  • Elaine and family…So sorry for the loss of Kevin. May he Soar high with the angels and keep an eye on you all. . RIP.

  • I had a chance to hang out with Kevin a couple times in the past few years and I’m glad I did. He loved life and other people and he was good company. I’ll miss him and I’m sure many other people will too. My condolences to his family.

  • I knew kevin through my ex husband who grew up with him. Always thought Kevin was a great person. My prayers to his family. The Lord took a good man home

  • Sorry to hear about your loss.
    We will keep you and your Family in our prayers..

  • Fondly remember Kevin from our Gunning Bedford days and running the two streets of St George’s . Prayers that you have found your eternal home with God and that your family is at peace during this difficult time.

  • Hard to believe that someone so young , with so much more to give has been taken away. I will truley miss you and your friendship for over the last 30 yrs we have spent together in the car business. Kevin you will be missed by many..
    Rest In Peace
    Joe Triboletti

  • Rest In Peace old friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the Kite family.

  • Very sad to read about the passing of such a sweet person….Kevin Kite. My deepest sympathies to you, Elaine, and your entire family and his friends. May his soul Rest In Peace.

  • Kevin was such a great guy, always nice and fun to talk to. We are so very sorry for your loss Elaine and family. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. RIP Kevin.

  • My deepest sympathy and condolences to Elaine, and the Kite family for your loss.

  • So sorry for your loss.

  • I had the privilege and honor of being Kevin’s company commander during his service as a U.S. Army paratrooper in COHORT I both at Ft Bragg and Vicenza, Italy.
    He made our job easy as his professionalism, devotion, dedication, motivation and loyalty were an inspiration to all. He loved his M60 machinegun and his brothers in arms.
    His success followed him throughout his life and I will miss seeing him at our reunions.
    Taken from us too soon he has left a permanent mark on us forever.
    Be at peace Kevin
    March or Die!
    Airborne All the Way

  • Elaine I am so sorry for your loss. I know this will be a very difficult Christmas for you and your kids. I will keep you in my prayers.

  • Rest in Peace! Keep my spot warm at the Veterans Cemetery! I’ll be joining you soon.

  • Kevin was like family to us for the past 15 years. He fought a very tough battle for a very long time. He will be missed greatly. RIP Kevin. From: Wendy & Family

  • Rest In Peace my Airborne Brother. We will meet again.

  • Remembering visits to Delaware with Kevin & Elaine. Crabs, crabs yummy crabs.
    My heart ❤️ goes out to my beautiful sister-friend Elaine and her children for their loss.
    Kevin, you fought a tough fight and you are now resting peacefully and looking down on your loved ones. You will be missed.
    Rest In Peace, friend❣️Love, Laura & David

  • Rest in peace my brother, from the time we we’re in highschool together and every day since, I’ve had nothing but respect for you and your character. God speed on your journey Home. I’ll see you when I get there.

  • Elaine and Delanie I am so sorry and sad for you. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Thinking of you and your family during this most difficult time. Sending prayers your way. Cherish your memories to help ease your pain. May Kevin finally be at peace!

  • Our sympathies to your family. We only knew Kevin through Pony Club as he helped teach us the ropes on PC events and traveling to Nationals! He was a fun loving family man and we are sure your hearts are broken. Keep your memories close! Sherrie, John and Jessica

  • I remember Kevin and his sister and Quinn and his wife. I was in high school and he was a young guy. The family used to come over to aunt Judy’s and since that was my second home, I got the chance to watch him in early adolescence. Always an athletic and Young boy full of laughter and tricks against his sister. I see your life was short, but God our father knows every second we are allotted. May this knowledge be some comfort to you all.

  • Elaine and family we are very sorry to hear about your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time

  • Our prayers go out to the Kite family. Kevin was always larger than life and added energy to every situation. I’m proud to say we worked together off and on since 1994. Kevin left us at such a young age and with so much talent, he will be greatly missed.
    Rest in Peace.

  • Dear Elaine & family,

    I can’t begin to express my feelings for all of you. You have such a devastating loss. Kevin put up a great battle with the help of all of you. Please know my heart and prayers are with you all! Please call if you need anything! Much Love, Linda

  • Elaine & family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. It was a tough battle, may he rest in peace.

    Susan Worton

  • We can’t even begin to express our sincere sadness over this devastating disease & suffering that comes with it . Since living with Cancer & death of a child , Our heart aches for the Kite family having to experience this. We have had you in our prayers. Our sincere sympathy goes out to all the Kite Family