Kevin Douglas Howell

Kevin Douglas Howell

December 10, 1975 – May 2, 2017

It is with great sadness that the family of Kevin Douglas Howell announce his passing on May 2, 2017, at the age of 41. He is survived by his parents, David and Mary Lou Howell; his wife, Jennifer Howell; his children, Dylan and Madison Howell; his brother, Greg Howell (Kelly); his sister, Carrie Nimmo (Garrett); his niece and nephew, Greer and Gavin Nimmo; and his grandmother, Virginia Howell; as well as his extended family (Henry and Kelly members); and by all his friends he made along the way.

Kevin was a long time resident of Chesterfield, Michigan and worked in the auto repair industry for many years. He enjoyed spending time up north with his family. He loved the summer months and looked forward to BBQ dinners, boating, jet skiing and fishing. The family will remember all of the fond memories. His legacy lives on in his beautiful children and the hearts of his loved ones.

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  1. Carol Ebendick

    My deepest sympathy. Kevin enjoyed spending time with family. I recall many holidays at the Yolton house and the Henry house, Kevin enjoyed a good BBQ, and watching the kids play. He had a quiet, easy way about him. He’s in Heaven, and we will see him again. Until then…

    Much love to Jenny, Maddie and Dylan, and to Kevin’s family.

  2. So grateful God gave us the chance to know and love you Kevin, we will cherish the memories and hold them close in our hearts. More than a son-in-law, a friend, and father to our two amazing grandchildren. We’ll see you again in heaven. Love Nancy and Ken

  3. Susan Millioto

    My deepest sympathy to the whole family. I wish I could hug all of you but I have said a prayer for God to do that for me. He meant a great deal to me and my family. In his field of business, he was knowledgeable, yet kind, friendly, trusted, compassionate to others. Many times he would tell of customers that could not make ends meet and he would still work with them. For me being a woman, there were very few people in his business that I would feel comfortable dealing with. Right away he was upfront and honest. Then through the years, we came to trust each other. He introduced his family to me and we came to all feel as family. I, too, as Nancy and Ken have said am very grateful God blessed me with putting Kevin and his beautiful family in my life. God had put his family through an experience, and little did I know it was to prepare me for a similar experience and they were able to guide as well as comfort me through it. You will be truly missed Kevin, by myself, as well as my husband, Vince and my son, Dominic Millioto.

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