Kevin Anthony Williams

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Kevin Williams

September 25, 1968 to May 11, 2015


Kevin was born at Lutheran Hospital in Wheat Ridge and lived all of his life in the metro Denver area.

Kevin really took to his career in hospitality starting out @ No Frills Grill (on Hampden Ave) doing door duty and moving up and out from there into other roles.  He worked on the opening the Rock Rest Lodge in Golden before going to work for Aramark.  Most of his time with Aramark was spend supporting the Colorado Rockies at both Coors Field in the Clubhouse and Mountain Ranch Club and Hi Corbett Field in Tucson.  He hosted both his dad and sisters for a long weekend at spring training in Tucson for a couple of years which provided a wonderful experience and memory.  He also worked for Aramark at the Pepsi Center and had a couple of stops at Red Rocks, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and Brooklyn’s.  Most recently he worked at Shorty’s in Glendale.  He liked to experiment with food whether it was in the preparation and presentation of it to the pure enjoyment of it.  He would not ask people to do something that he was not really, willing or hopefully able to do himself and there were probably times when he appeared to be a bit controlling in what he wanted to have done.  He had a vision of what would be good and right and a strong drive for others to see it and get there as well.

Thanks to his many friends.  Please share your stories and photo's of Kevin with the family (click appropriate tab above).

Services will be held on Saturday, May 23, 2015 at Christ Lutheran Church at 1:00 p.m..


In lieu of flowers, friends who wish may make

memorial donations in Kevin's name to:

Lutheran High School @CLHSA

(Music and Drama Department)

11249 Newlin Gulch Blvd., Parker, Colorado 80134

or to:

Christ Lutheran Church

2695 South Franklin Street

Denver, Colorado  80210



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  1. Hey Kevin May you fly as high as our beautiful Angels my friend & rest your soul you will be missed Kev I will always remember your laughter R.I.P Friend and I also want to send my condolences to Kevin's Family <3

  2. My dear Freind and Buddy Kevin just a few weeks ago was thinking about getting together with you and Randy to play some darts over at the pub but it just never happen,sorry we just never know when it going to be the last time we see each other. Also remembering this last Superbowel when you guys came over and we had some great chow and drink and buddy time. Oh and as we always did finish off the night and even into the early morning of PS3 fresbe golf projected on the wall. So many things from camping, BBq, fish frys it goes on and on of the great memories. We will all miss you bud miss you crazy!

    Till the next time Kev, love ya bro, Jimmy

  3. My deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to Kevin's family during this rough time. Heaven will be an even better place now that he is there. God Speed Kevin…

  4. My deepest condolences go to Kevin's family and friends for your loss. Kevvy was a good friend and person. I will always remember his gentle and kind nature fondly. Kevin was a loyal man and one of the hardest workers I've ever known. He was a good leader. His friends will miss him. I will always honor his memory and remember of the difference he made in this world with his lovable spirit.

  5. I am so sorry about Kevin. He was a great person and a great friend. I always looked for him in the store but he always saw me first. I remember the time he taught me how to play Maneater on the the Bass guitar. He will be missed tremendously.

  6. My condolences go out to the family. I recently lost a loved one and the following words helped me. Hopefully, they will help you as well.

    "Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow; I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain; I am the gentle autumn's rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush, I am the swift uplifting rush. Of quiet birds in circled flight; I am the soft star that shines at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there, I did not die."

    Kevin, you were a good friend. You will be missed.

  7. Kevin

    You will be missed. I enjoyed working the events with you at Coors Field. No matter

    how messed up the event may have been, you worked it out. You were a very hard worker.



  8. I am so sorry hear of Kevin. I will always remember Kevin as a happy go lucky person. He will be missed.8

  9. I want to send my sincerest condolences to Kevin's family.  I met Kevin at St John's School, and he was always a great guy to me.   We were basketball teammates for several years, and unfortunately I lost touch with him as we grew older.  I still think about interactions I had with him when we were young; as well as wonderful times I had while working in the lunch room with his Mother.  Your family is in our prayers.

  10. I just happened to Google my old Metro State buddy, Kevin and am so, so sad to see this. I'd like to communicate with the family, or someone, to find out what happened.

    I'll always remember Kevin as a highly intelligent person, with a great love of life. A good man — in every sense a stand up guy and I was proud to call him my friend.

    Thanks for everything Kevin, rest in peace.

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