Kevin will be so missed by family, friends and the industry in which he worked for so many years. He left a mark that will long be remembered with respect for his personal and business ethics, his products' quality of workmanship and his upstanding place in the marina construction community.
We sense his loss deeply and so regret his passing. Our profound sympathy to his wife Irene and their children, to Wes and Ken, and to Pam who was his right hand gal for so many years.
Bless you, Kevin. And thanks for what you brought to so many.
I shall miss Kevin. His big heart and the smile that would warm up the room. Generosity, caring about the people he employed, willing to give someone a second chance when others would not. I shall never forget. I grieve for the loved ones that he has touched in his special way.
Through my good friend Ken, I knew of Kevin as a loved and trusted brother. I'm so sad for all who knew and loved him and I pray for Kevin to rest in peace.
Kevin was a wonderful son-in-law for 10 years. We shared many saunas together in their home on King Mountain talking everything from country music and sports to politics and his business. Although we lost touch over the years, we did meet in the grocery store about a year ago. He proudly talked about his family, grinning from ear to ear. Mr. Sluys was a hard working man with a great sense of humor. My thoughts are with the folks he left behind.
We are all so sorry for your loss. May God wrap your family in his unending love, peace and healing as you travel through this difficult time. Philippians 4:7
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss, Irene. My condolences. Joe
Greg and Cindy,
Thinking of you at this sad time. Condolences to you and your entire family.
Rob and Sharen Neale