Kevin Ware

Obituary of Kevin Reed Ware

Kevin Reed Ware passed away on February 24th, 2021. Kevin was born on July 8th, 1958 in Dragerton, Utah. Kevin went to elementary and middle school in Boulder City, Nevada. He completed his education in St. Augustine, Florida. Kevin was a veteran of the United States Navy. Kevin and the love of his life, BB (Irvina), loved each other with all their hearts. There was never any doubt that this was true. They genuinely enjoyed each other in all that they did together, whether it was riding their Harley Davidson's, or just talking and relaxing at home. They had found a little slice of happiness in Camp Verde with the friends they made there. Kevin was a jack of all trades. There wasn’t much that he could not fix. He genuinely enjoyed working with his hands and taking something from a broken state to renewed. Kevin was a true friend. He would travel miles at the request of a friend who was in need without question. He would give you the shirt off his back. Kevin was a storyteller in life. The stories told and shared by him have always been the topic of conversation at any family gathering. Kevin will always be remembered for these stories. He will continue to live on through those stories as we continue to gather and share them in his memory. Kevin’s wit and depth of compassion will certainly be missed. Kevin is survived by his sisters and brothers: Debbie and Jim Jesus, Scott and Chris Ware, and Todd and Kimberly Ware. He is survived by his nieces and nephews: Darren and Maria Ware, Jason Hurt, Russell and Gina Hurt, Shilo Christiansen, Payton Jesus, Jim and Brittany Ware, Christina Ware, Lee Ware, and Sara and Catlon Martinek and many great nieces and nephews. Kevin was preceded in death by his parents: Bud and Betty Lou Bandy, and Russell J. Ware and is survived by his stepmother Ruth Ware. Kevin is also survived by his Aunt Pat Evans, and his Uncle John Nordin and many cousins who will not soon forget him. Kevin was loved very much by his family and friends and will be deeply missed.
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