Kevin Daniel Hallett

November 14th, 2020

It is with great sadness that the friends and family of Kevin Daniel Hallett announce his passing on November 14, 2020. Kevin was known for his big caring heart to those around him and his love for the outdoors. Kevin passed away peacefully in his sleep, with his loved ones by his side.

Kevin is survived by his three children and grandson, Brittany, Colton (Shekayla), Zane (Melissa) Aaron, his parents Murray and Rhonda, and sister Amy (Westley) Maren and Hudson.

Kevin is also survived by many friends who supported him throughout the years. Warren, Rick, Kelsey and many more. Thank you for taking care of Kevin.  

We love you Kevin, Dad, Son, Brother and Friend.

May you rest easy and watch over all of us.

You are welcome to leave a personal message of condolence for the family.

Messages:

Kevin, I cant believe you are gone....I am grateful for the times I got to share with you and Pauline. The two of you always opened your home to us, and were there for me when I needed you both. The nickname you gave me (C.B) will forever stick. Please watch over Pauline, she is lost without you in her life.....give her strength to remember all the good times the two of you shared. Goodbye for now, my friend...RIP Kevin

Murray and Rhonda, Amy and family, and grandchildren, we think of you daily. We love you.

Rhonda, Murray, Amy and family. We were so sorry to hear of Kevin’s passing. My heart goes out to you all. I was talking to my brother Cameron about it and he had a funny story about Kevin one time when mom was keeping him. Cam said he was probably 3 or 4 years old. Pat said she told you the story. I hope you find comfort in your memories.

Dear Mom and Dad....The news of Kevin's loss is heartbreaking. Please know that Rolland and I are thinking of you, and that there is boundless love and prayer being offered for your family from this side of the country, Green Mountain. We both hurt greatly for your loss. Love and Peace to you both.

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