OBITUARY

Kevin Joseph Flaherty

15 October, 196920 December, 2020

Kevin Joseph Flaherty passed away on Sunday, December 20,2020 at the age of 51.

Kevin was born in Boynton Beach, Florida and is survived by his wife Asta, daughter Emily, mother Dianne Murray and sister Corinne Baldwin.

Kevin was born on October 15, 1969 to Dianne and David Flaherty and raised in Boca Raton. After graduation he served in the U.S. Army as part of a Military Police Division based in Europe. He was a proud veteran and patriot.

Kevin met Asta, his loving wife of 17 years in Key West, FL. They fell in love, married and soon followed with the birth of their daughter Emily, now 16. Kevin’s family meant the most to him, with Asta and Emily being the true light of his life. Kevin was a dedicated father and husband, but also loved his role as Uncle Kevin to his nephews David, Alex and Ryan and great nephew River.

Kevin worked in Restaurant/Hotel Management for many years and was a Regional Sales manager for FTD Florist company, receiving honors for his success and making a long list of friends. He was a die-hard University of Florida fan and enjoyed football and the outdoors. He was someone who made you smile.

A memorial service is planned for December 29th at 11:00 am at Ascension Catholic Church. A celebration of life will follow.

Services

  • Memorial Mass

    Tuesday, 29 December , 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, 27 January , 2021

Memories

Kevin Joseph Flaherty

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Frances Virgilio

23 December 2020

Kevin, I will never forget you. You were a sweet soul. I loved training you at FTD. I loved the way you always knew a saying from a movie that matched every ridiculous moment we encountered on the road. The love for your daughter was overflowing always, she is and was the apple of your eye. I will miss you my friend. I will see you in Heaven. God, please take care of my good friend.

Bryan Whitehouse

23 December 2020

So many great stories that I can share about Kevin from over the years. Hopefully one day we can talk as they are great memories

However just know that Kevin loved his family and his friends

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family

God speed

Bryan Whitehouse

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY