Kevin Mathew Conger, 58, was born in Conoga Park, California, to parents, Duane and Arlene Conger, on Sept. 8, 1964. He passed away suddenly on Sunday, Oct. 31, 2022.
Kevin will be remembered for his humor, kindness and generosity. He was someone who always made a strong impression with anyone he met and memories of him will be strongly held in our hearts. He was often a voice of reassurance and quick to lend a helping hand.
Kevin served in the U.S. Navy and was a skilled aircraft mechanic, highly respected in his field. He was talented and creative in designing heavy industrial artwork and had dreams yet waiting to come to life. Kevin was steadfast in his faith, seeking solace in many churches along his path. Kevin's life journey had him residing in numerous cities in Washington, Indiana, Idaho, Morocco, California, Montana and lastly, Tennessee — where he had moved to be closer to his son.
Kevin is survived by his daughter, Alysa; and son, Jared; mother, Arlene; brothers, Duane (Cate), Mark, Gary, Brian (Tami); and nieces, a nephew, extended family, friends; and his special pal and grand-dog, Leon.
Prior to Kevin's untimely and unexpected death in Cleveland, he had met a woman online. Within less than two months of knowing each other, they married and 12 days later his life was abruptly ended. His final resting place is unknown to his family as the woman disappeared with his remains and all personal belongings. To those utilizing online Christian dating sites, be cautious and aware.
If you would like to participate in honoring and celebrating his life, please perform an act of service for another person and have a hotdog, specifically one from Costco if you can. He would love that!
Any memories to share, questions or information on his remains or details surrounding his death can be sent to this email: email@example.com.
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