Condolence: It has been many years since our days together at Penn State, I look back fondly on our time together. He was a great friend and he always knew how to keep things in proper perspective. I will remember his easy going personality and his love of the outdoors. Thanks to him I learned that a walk in the woods was a cure for almost anything..something I have shared with my own boys. Thank you Kevin.
Condolence: Kevin had the kind of laugh you’d hear from across the room. It was a characteristic rivaled only by the size of his heart. Though the years have separated us, I’ll alway cherish his friendship, like so many others. I’m going to miss you, buddy, and the hope we’d catch up. My deepest condolences to his friends and family. It’s a somber, saddening reality you’re robbed from grieving together. Please know that I, and many others, grief with you. He was a helluva guy with an enormous spirit and that unforgettable laugh. His time came far too soon.
Condolence: I went to Penn State with Kevin and he was a great friend. Even though I haven’t seen him in many years, I can still clearly see his big smile. I’m sending thoughts and prayers for him and his family in this difficult time.
Condolence: Kevin Krebs: a great friend
who offered help & conversation to all. And a great patriot who served our country well. He enjoyed his faith in Christ often sharing it with others. RIP Kevin,
The Walker Brothers
Condolence: I have fond memories of past hunting seasons with Kevin. I was always happy when I saw smoke coming out of the wash house chimney because I knew I was going to get to warm up after a cold morning in the woods. Kevin will be greatly missed from our group of hunting friends.
Condolence: We are so devastated at Kevin’s sudden passing! No words can really say enough how he touched our lives. His smile and laugh will always be remembered! And we know Aunt Beck and Bobby are with him now!