- March 26, 2015
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
of Kevin's Passing
- In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to the
Simmons Center for Interestitial Lung Disease
3459 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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Arrangements made by
William Slater II Funeral Service
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“My deepest condolences. Kevin and I were college roommates at Robert Morris and I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing. We were real close...Read More »
1 of 50 | Posted by: David E Krupa - Stafford, VA
“My thoughts and prayers for everyone. I had the pleasure working with him while in the banking industry and he always left everyone in the office...Read More »
2 of 50 | Posted by: A friend
“Kevin made me laugh harder than anyone I have ever met. I will never forget his pirate voice and his love of laugh, a good man all around.Don...Read More »
3 of 50 | Posted by: Don Brenneman - Kennesaw, GA
“Kevin was such great neighbor! I will always remember him in the mornings reading the paper and always had a friendly thing to say..He loved looking...Read More »
4 of 50 | Posted by: armando camillo - PITTSBURGH, PA
“I had the pleasure of working with Kevin for many years and certainly saw that "something special" about him. He ran our Tampa office and put his own...Read More »
5 of 50 | Posted by: Robert Gloer - Atlanta, GA
“So sorry to hear of Kevin's passing....I wish I had the words to express how my heart aches for all of you. I saw him not to long ago and can say the...Read More »
6 of 50 | Posted by: Jackie Welch Burdick - Smethport, PA
“I had the pleasure of knowing Kevin for the last 10 years. Some of my best years were spent working for KD and I feel so honored and blessed. His...Read More »
7 of 50 | Posted by: Angie Evans - St. Petersburg, FL
“As the crossing guard near the Ormsby Cafe , Kevin's new Restaurant. I only knew Kevin for a short time. I would see him in passing as he and Kristen...Read More »
8 of 50 | Posted by: Karol - Pittsburgh, PA
“Dear Aunt Ruth, Uncle Dick, Keith, Kara, and Family,
I was saddened to hear of Kevin passing. The whole family sends wishes for peace and love...Read More »
9 of 50 | Posted by: Don Simmons Jr. - Carlisle, PA
“I worked with Kevin in the mid nineties and then again for several years in the early 2000's when he was a branch manager in Tampa and I was a branch...Read More »
10 of 50 | Posted by: Jeff Turner - Charlotte, NC
“We didn't know Kevin for very long. As patrons to he and Kristens great place we also enjoyed seeing him and feeling his warmth and kindness every...Read More »
11 of 50 | Posted by: Jason Hudson - Pittsburgh, PA
“I am one of Kevin's many first cousins and I fondly remember him. As you must be well aware he was a member of a huge family dispursed throughout the...Read More »
12 of 50 | Posted by: Sheri DeComo - Manorville, PA
“Dear Kristen and Stella -We are so sorry for your loss. We will miss seeing Kevin's always smiling face passing by. You are in our thoughts.Love...Read More »
13 of 50 | Posted by: Elaine and Alan Morgenstern
“PS Any RMC guys out there I've not spoken to in a few decades? Hope to see you today. If not, find me on facebook, linked in or email me at...Read More »
14 of 50 | Posted by: Clark Suckling - Mt Airy, MD
“Heading up from Maryland for the viewing.....I reconnected with Del after 30 years and my prayer is to spend some quality time in my next life. Love...Read More »
15 of 50 | Posted by: Clark Suckling - Mt Airy, MD
“You will never be forgotten Kevin. Many years ago you came into my life thru your parents. No one would ever know when or where you would show up...Read More »
16 of 50 | Posted by: Bette Wellman - Port Allegany, PA
“GREGARIOUS, WARM, WELCOMING, ENTHUSIASTIC, POSITIVE AND SINCERE....Kevin was truly one of a kind. He felt like a friend from the minute our family...Read More »
17 of 50 | Posted by: Tom Dougherty - Mt. Lebanon, PA
“Ruth, Dick, Keith, Kara, and family,
On behalf of the entire Simmons Family, we send our prayers and love. Sorry we couldn't be there to see you.
...Read More »
18 of 50 | Posted by: Rick Simmons - Chads Ford, PA
“I got to know Kevin in Colllege. His love of life was second only to his love of family and friends! Rest in peace!
19 of 50 | Posted by: Dave Brendza - Augusta, GA
“Leave a condolence or a memory.so very sorry fir the liss of your don, husband,brother and uncle. We never know how much time we gave on this earth...Read More »
20 of 50 | Posted by: Becky Seefeldt - Port allegany, PA
“I was so terribly saddened to hear of Kevin's passing. He always brought such light and joy to the office, in spite of his difficulties. He always...Read More »
21 of 50 | Posted by: Betty Jo Hirschfield Louik - PA
“Sorry to hear of your loss! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. God Bless your family.
22 of 50 | Posted by: Tony & Suzanne Shall & family. - FL
“the only man that could keep me up until 4 a.m. wanting cordell stewart to sign with the bills. will miss you, heavy, jbird
23 of 50 | Posted by: Jay Osani - CCDTM, PA - Friend
“Kevin will always be in our thoughts and prayers. He is a shining example of living life to the fullest. Rest in Peace.
24 of 50 | Posted by: Susan Flint - Port Allegany, PA
“I am at a loss of words and wish I knew what to say to you and your children to help you understand. Kevin was a great person and will be missed by...Read More »
25 of 50 | Posted by: Kathy I. Roth - Upper St. Clair, PA
“My sincerest condolences to Kevin's family. He was truly a special person who had a positive impact on many lives, myself included. I feel privileged...Read More »
26 of 50 | Posted by: Greg Budalich - Tarpon Springs, FL
“We are so sorry to hear about your loss of Kevin. We share your sorrow. Many prayers.
27 of 50 | Posted by: Gwen Miller and Hedy Hopewell - ID
“My Dearest Ex-Neighbors -Against all hope and prayer, this awful day has come to pass. Kevin was a wonderful man, always happy, always smiling,...Read More »
28 of 50 | Posted by: A friend
“Just like Kevin, I too have always been a giant Pittsburgh sports fan. Kevin took me to my first Pittsburgh Steelers and PITT Panther football game...Read More »
29 of 50 | Posted by: Troy Skillen - Miami, FL - Cousin
“I have only known Kevin through Kara who has kindly and happily shared many tales of his joy, strength and a few escapades. What an awesome brother...Read More »
30 of 50 | Posted by: Sue Teleoglou - Raleigh, NC
“My deepest sympathy to Kevin's family. I have fondest memories of Port Allegany Class of '79. Rest peacefully my friend.
31 of 50 | Posted by: Terri Walters Koehler - MD
“May God comfort you at this most difficult time. He will most certainly be holding Kevin in the palm of His hands.
32 of 50 | Posted by: Jim & Cathy Gocella - Mercersburg, PA
“We are so saddened to learn of Kevin's passing. Our most sincere sympathy to all.
33 of 50 | Posted by: Ronni & John Plummer - Concord, NC
“It is always sad when a dang good man leaves early! Kevin would walk into the room and immediately his smile would light up the room and everyone in...Read More »
34 of 50 | Posted by: John & Terry Kriner - Smethport, PA
“With a heavy heart we say goodbye to Kevin, a classmate,a friend, a good person that will leave a huge hole in so many lives.
Go with God Kevin
Rest...Read More »
35 of 50 | Posted by: Jeff Patton - State College, PA
“I can't remember a time that Kevin wasn't smiling.
36 of 50 | Posted by: Theresa (Niles) Harris - PA
“Nothing but great times! Lots of laughs and wonderful company...never a dual moment. Love you.
37 of 50 | Posted by: Kelsey, Drew, & Harlan - CA
“I will always remember Kevin for his love for laughter and having a good time. Always seeing the best in everyone and loving life
38 of 50 | Posted by: Steve Howard - Port Allegany
“Leave a condolence or a memory.
39 of 50 | Posted by: An eternal TKE now. RIP brother! - RI
“So sorry to read of Kevin's passing. Thoughts and prayers to his family.
40 of 50 | Posted by: Susan Tarbox Reese - PA
“We are so sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family
41 of 50 | Posted by: Gloria & Squeak McDowell - PA
“My deepest sympathies to Kevin's family. Many fond memories of Port Allegany class of 79.
42 of 50 | Posted by: Terri Walters Koehler - MD
“So sorry to hear the passing of our neighbor Kevin-cute young lad with those big brown eyes and contagious smile. Sending prayers to all the family....Read More »
43 of 50 | Posted by: Georgia Howard Edgreen - NY
“So sorry to hear of Kevins passing. HE will be missed. His wittiness, his sense of adventure, his sincereity, but most of all his love for his...Read More »
44 of 50 | Posted by: Bonnie Davis - REYNOLDSVILLE, PA
“Keith, Becky and I were saddened to hear of passing of your brother, our thoughts are with you and your family during this sorrow time!!!
45 of 50 | Posted by: Robert Funk - Smethport, PA
“Just look at that smile. It says it all. My life is better for having KD in it. My prayers are with Kristen and family. RIP my friend.
46 of 50 | Posted by: Bob Patterson
“My friend I will never forget grilling in the back yard .my you RIP...
47 of 50 | Posted by: Michael mullen - Sarasota, FL
“My condolences. Kevin was and always will be my friend.
48 of 50 | Posted by: Barry Bova - Bellevue, OH
“We were so sad to learn of Kevin's passing. We have so many wonderful memories of our visits to Port to hang out with him and Keith and, of course,...Read More »
49 of 50 | Posted by: Marilyn Weaver - N. Canton, OH
“Kevin never knew a stranger...they were all friends in the making...I have numerous memories of many golf games and Steeler weekends while we were
in...Read More »
50 of 50 | Posted by: Carl Rosko & Jocelyn - CO
Age 53, of Mt. Lebanon on Thursday, March 26, 2015. Loving son of Richard W. and Ruth (Simmons) Delacour; beloved husband of Kristen (Zimmer) Delacour; dear father of Mackenzie and Stella Delacour; stepfather of Bret Nickley; brother of Keith (Barbara) Delacour and Kara Delacour; uncle of Lauren, Lindsay and Lynae Delacour; nephew of Rennay Simmons and Dr. George Carrick; also many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Kevin grew up in Port Allegheny, PA where he continued to hunt, fish, and spend time with his family and friends. He held various positions in the financial and mortgage industry. He most recently owned a restaurant in Pittsburgh. In addition to his love of family, he was also a very passionate Pittsburgh sports fan notably the Steelers and the Pitt Panthers. Kevin lived life to the fullest. He did more in his 53 years than most people do in 100.