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KEVIN JOHN PALMER

Born: Feb 08, 1956

Date of Passing: Jun 23, 2020

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KEVIN JOHN PALMER

Kevin John Palmer passed away on June 23, 2020, at the age of 64, due to serious health issues. Kevin was predeceased by his mother Joan and father Bill Palmer.
Kevin is lovingly remembered by his sister Darlene (John) of Surrey BC, his brother Darren (Elda) of Winnipeg, his brother Derrick (Pam) of Kalmar, AB, his sister Valeria of Windsor, ON, and his many nieces and nephews.
Kevin was born in Winnipeg on February 8, 1956. He attended Grant Park High School where he played football and rugby. Since 2001 he worked at Buhler Versatile where he was a very loyal employee and was considered a good friend and an excellent baker by those he worked with. As his favourite hobby was baking he regularly shared his cookies, cakes and pies with his co-workers.
Kevin was a sports fan and enjoyed attending football, baseball and hockey games. He enjoyed travelling and had the opportunity to see a lot of the world. Between sports and travelling Kevin collected hats and had an extensive collection of team caps and caps from other countries.
In this last year Kevin joined My Church Winnipeg where he connected with many kind and caring people. The pastors of the church were helping Kevin through a very difficult time in his life and he was very grateful that they were with him on his journey.
A special thanks to those who stayed in touch with Kevin during his illness. Memorial donations may be made to the Cancer Foundation. Condolences from the family may be offered online through Korban Funeral Home.
Due to the COVID environment, and Kevin's wish, we will not be having a service at this time.

Korban Funeral Chapel
(204) 956-2193
www.korbanchapel.com

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 27, 2020

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Kevin you were such a blessing to me. I will never forget how every Sunday morning you would bring me carrot cakes which were so good. You will forever be cherished and loved and your spirit lives on in my heart ❤❤ May God bless your soul - Posted by: Elijah Jonas (Dear friend) on: Sep 14, 2021

  • Our deepest condolences to Kevin's family. I had the pleasure of working with Kevin when he was a booth seller for the Winnipeg Jets 1.0. Kevin was almost always the last booth to cash in as he could never pass up a sale or be out even 1 penny. I was fortunate to meet up with Kevin again when he started with Buhler Versatile and this time working for my husband. We always had a good chat at the company Christmas parties and I will miss those chats. RIP Kevin. You will be missed. - Posted by: Carla McIntyre (friend) on: Jun 29, 2020

  • Dear Kevin’s family, Our family is sending you all hugs and our deepest condolences. Kevin is a remarkable, kind, friendly, and generous man. He loved Jesus very much. Kevin was always so good to us. He would bake us amazing loaves and treats. He had a strong, friendly presence and always gave the best hugs. We are thankful he is no longer suffering, and he is in heaven, overjoyed. Even though our time with him was short, we are so grateful to have known him and that his kind-heartedness will always be remembered. We will miss him very much. God comfort and surround you with His presence and love for you. With our thoughts and prayers, Joel, Maribel, Aevan and Isaiah - Posted by: Maribel Caples (Friend from My Church Winnipeg ) on: Jun 27, 2020

  • So sorry to hear the news about Kevin, he was my childhood friend who I played football and Had all kind of wonderful times with ...Kevin Rest In Peace my friend. Kathy Wood - Posted by: Kathy wood (Friend) on: Jun 27, 2020

  • We are very sorry to hear of the passing of our cousin Kevin. He will be loving remembered by the Daulby family, Cousins, Gary (Shannon), Danny (Heather), Shannon (Kurt), Rory, Todd and his Auntie Peggy. Condolences to the whole Palmer family, rest in peace Kevin, you will be missed! - Posted by: Gary Daulby (Cousin) on: Jun 27, 2020

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