Kevin T. McEvoy, 25, of Carlisle, passed away after a long illness on Monday,
October 18, 2010, in his home. He was born on Tuesday, May 21, 1985, in Carlisle, a son of Patricia L. (Fleming) McEvoy of
Carlisle and the late Joseph E. McEvoy.
Kevin was a 2004 graduate of Carlisle High School and received an associate
of arts degree from Mitchell College in New London, CT. Kevin was a gifted musician and graphic artist. He wrote and produced
music for himself and local area musicians. During high school, Kevin was a member and a captain of the Carlisle High School
Swim Team. He volunteered for many years with Project Share and formerly attended St. Patrick Catholic Church both of Carlisle.
In addition to his mother, he is survived a brother, T. J. McEvoy of Long
Island City, NY, a sister, Kelly B. McEvoy of New York City, his maternal grandmother, Dorothy Fleming of Manchester, CT and
several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday,
October 23, 2010, in St. Patrick Catholic Church, 87 Marsh Dr., Carlisle, with Rev. William C. Forrey officiating. Private
burial will be in St. Patrick Catholic Cemetery, North Middleton Twp. Viewing will be held on Friday, from 6 - 8:00 p.m. in
St. Patrick Catholic Church, Marsh Dr., Carlisle, where a prayer service will be held at 8:00 p.m. Ewing Brothers Funeral
Home, Carlisle is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to Project SHARE Food Bank, 5 N. Orange St., Carlisle,
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Dear Pat and family,
You are in our
hearts & prayers.
Wish we could be with you, but know
that you are thought of
with much love.
Pat, TJ & Kelly:
So sorry to hear about Kevin. He
had been through a lot in life; but take solace knowing that he is in a better place, and now walks with his dad.
Gormley (married a Mador)
Kevin was an exceptional human being in
so many ways. I knew him as a deep thinker who was not afraid to speak his mind or express himself.
He was a courageous individual and
I feel blessed to have known him.
I want you to know that Kevin has
left an impact on me,
and that I will not forget him.
I am so sorry for your loss.
Pat, T.J. and Kelly,
am so sorry to hear of Kevin's death. He has battled for so long and has been an inspiration. My thoughts and
prayers are with you.
Pat and Family,
I am so sorry to hear
about the loss of Kevin. I only had the pleasure of meeting Kevin a handful of times but feel like I have known him
a lifetime. From what I have know of Kevin thru you Pat, I know that he was a courageous, strong willed person who would
give the shirt off his back for anyone who needed it. He would put himself last and everyone else first. I know
that he was very loved and will be deeply missed by a lot of people.
Pat, please know that you and your family are in my
thoughts and prayers and that I am hear for you.
Amanda Barnett & Family
My dear friend Pat, I love you.
I love your family. You have been in my prayers steadfastly. Some things we will not know until we go to the Church
Triumphant. Why you have had to endure so much hardship is one of the questions I want answered. I cannot imagine
how you do what you have done. You can ask anything of me at anytime and I will help.
I adored Kevin.
"Stunned and shocked" to hear of Kevin's
death. Barbara and I send you and the family our deepest and heartfelt condlences which words alone cannot convey. Sometime
in the future I would appreciate hearing from you regading his very untimely and premature passing.God bless you and your
Raymond and Barbara Wiss
Our deepest sympathies on the loss of
Kevin. It's a loss we all will feel and the McEvoy family is in our prayers. We wish you all Peace in your hearts.
Mador & Kelly Ostergren
I was heart-broken when I
learned of Kevin's passing. I can't imagine the gravity of your loss. Kevin was a special and wonderful young
man, and I know brought all of you many years of joy, love, and pride. My thoughts and prayers are with you, T.J., and
Kelly. I can only offer you my deepest sympathy.
I am so very sorry to hear
I'm sorry I heard about
this a bit late but I thought I would try and send my condolences anyway. Kevin and I graduated from high school together.
We swam on the swim team together and were friends. We lost touch after high school, as my family is military and we kept
moving around. I am simply devastated to hear this tragic news. I wish there was something I could do. Please know that Kevin
was a dear friend when we were in school and I know that wherever he is now, he's smiling and joking around,
just as he always did when I knew him.
My prayers are with you as we say goodbye to an amazing young man.
I am so sory to hear
about Kevin. My deepest sympathy goes out to you. Please know you are in my heart and prayers.
Dear Pat, Kelly, and TJ,
Bob and I were so sorry
to hear your sad news about Kevin. I will always remember him as that fantastic little boy who loved to wear his cape.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance.
Lara Diefenderfer Wulff
Pat and family,
Please accept our deepest condolences
on the passing of Kevin.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
and Alyce Mehring
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