Kevin Earl Wood  2018

Kevin Earl Wood 2018

Kevin Earl Wood died on May 17, 2018. He was born on July 11, 1954, in Suffern, New York, to Albert and Elizabeth (Lovelace) Wood. Kevin attended North Rockland High School in Thiells, New York, graduating in 1972. He immediately enlisted in the Air Force, where he was accepted to the ROTC program, attending the University of New Hampshire and earning a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1977. He proudly served his country till 1989, ending his service at the… Read More » rank of Captain. He spent the rest of his life as a political activist, dedicated to fighting for the rights of others. Kevin grew up with a love and immense talent for music, and often fondly recalled playing the accordion in his mother’s restaurant as a teenager. Later in life he received great joy by playing the piano in church. He is survived by two daughters, Angelina Parker and Brandi Fincher; and four grandchildren; Brandon, Sergio, Jocalyn, and Alex. Kevin will always be remembered for standing up for those who were enduring the most difficult times. However, this time, the pain of mental illness and PTSD was too difficult for Kevin to endure himself and he took his life. We invite anyone whose life was touched by Kevin to donate to the National Veterans Foundation in his memory. Memorialization will be by cremation.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Kevin Earl Wood 2018. Heritage Funeral Home

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