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November 5, 1962 ~ September 4, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Passed away after a brief illness surrounded by family at home in Milford on Monday, September 4, 2023 at the age of 60. Kevin will be forever missed by his wife Lorraine (nee Trumble) of 18 years. Cherished father of Cory McKee (Nicole) of Picton, Jim Bob McKee of Belleville and Ryan McKee (Christy) of Napanee and step father of Justin Dafoe and Nathan Dafoe both of Belleville. He will be lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Trista, Taylor, Carter, Carson, Liam, Jackson and Levi. Beloved brother of Debbie Skinner (Stan) of Alberta. Predeceased by his parents Rexford and Arlie McKee (nee Pounder) as well as his siblings Bill McKee, Marvin McKee (Sue) and Diane Lawtry (Doug).
Kevin's life was a testament to hard work, love of family, and cherishing moments of joy. Kevin's journey began in beautiful Prince Edward County where he attended school, forging friendships that lasted a life time.
He was a very skilled trades person as the founder of a prosperous masonry business. He dedicated himself to building and beautifying his beloved County. He always took care of his employees (whom he called the boys) with many trips to Tim's for coffee.
Kevin's passions extended beyond his work. He loved tinkering in the garage, surfing the Internet and buying and selling vehicles. He enjoyed attending music jamborees, camping adventures and gatherings with friends. In his man cave were cherished moments where he found solace and happiness.
Kevin's skill in masonry was renowned. He wasn't just a builder of houses he was skilled in many trades. He was a creator of homes both for himself, family and countless others through his business.
Throughout his life Kevin remained a true County boy rooted in the values of his community. For 18 years he was the loving husband of Lorraine. Together they hosted countless family gatherings and entertained with lavish dinners, creating memories that will be forever cherished.
Kevin will be remembered as a hard working, talented craftsman, a true friend to many, kind and generous to all and a devoted family man. His legacy will endure in the many homes he built and the hearts he touched.
Rest in peace Kev your memory will live on in the bricks and bonds you have left behind and the love that Continues to surround you.
A Private Graveside Service will be held in Cherry Valley Cemetery at a later date. Memorial donations made in Kevin’s memory to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences, photos and memories can be shared at www.milestonecremation.ca.