Kevin Scott Wass

February 22, 1965November 17, 2020

Kevin Scott Wass Ann Arbor, Michigan

Age 55, passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2020. Kevin was born February 22, 1965, in Dearborn, Michigan to Bernadette Wass and Richard A. Wass. He received his degree in Chemistry from the University of Michigan and soon after worked a fulfilling career with Pfizer Pharmaceutical Company in his hometown of Ann Arbor. Kevin is fondly remembered as a Notre Dame & University of Michigan super fan and was well known for his passion for sports. He loved his dachshund Flash who passed shortly after him. He is survived by siblings; Jon Wass, Melissa Wass, and Jeffery Wass. Kevin was preceded in death his parents, Richard A. and Bernadette Wass. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Wass family.


  • Jon Wass, Brother
  • Melissa Wass, Sister
  • Jeffery Wass, Brother
  • Richard A.Wass, Father (deceased)
  • Bernadette Wass, Mother (deceased)
  • and his beloved Doxin Flash

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Martha Germain

December 2, 2020

I was shocked to hear that Kevin had passed away. Kevin was one of the first neighbors to greet me in 2003 when my husband and I moved in to the Arbors. When my husband passed in 2016, Kevin often helped me deal with home repair issues that my husband had previously handled. Kevin was also good company. I will miss him stopping to chat with sweet little Flash during their walks. Marty Germain

Carol Coppersmith

December 1, 2020

Dear Kevin:
I will always remember our conversations about UM sports and our beloved fur babies. I know you and Flash are happily walking around heaven together. You will be missed.
Your former neighbor,
Carol Coppersmith

Pablo Delgado

November 28, 2020

Dear Kevin,

I will always remember you with very good memories. Thank you for your kindness, relentless great sense of humor and contributing to and sharing many great memories during our youth. I hope you are comfortable and in a good place in heaven and I look forward to seeing you again.

Your friend,

Pablo Delgado

Nancy Wintermeyer

November 25, 2020

Kevin was a great friend and like a son to me for many years here at the Arbors. We sat and visited many days as Kevin and Flash would stop during their walk around the complex and many times had dinner together. Flash loved laying in the sun as it streamed in from my deck. My family loved having Kevin stop to talk with them whenever they were visiting me. Kevin helped me with so many things around my condo with his wonderful fix-all skills. I’ll never forget his loving care for me, as every room in my home has reminders of something he did for me. After everything stopped in March after our country was devastated with the COVID virus, we just kept up to date with texts.

As Kevin became very ill, another Arbors friend, Sharon Harrington, and I spent the last days and weeks of his life taking him his needs and texting to check on him.

After Kevin passed, the Sheriff placed Flash in the care of the Humane Society. When this was learned, suddenly at least 4 families came forward and asked about adopting him. Sadly, we weren’t aware that Flash was also severely ill. Despite the efforts of the staff at the Humane Society to stabilize him, he died shortly after his arrival there.

I will miss Kevin and Flash very much as will all of the Arbors family, as he was a friend to us all.

Larry and Sue Schweinhart

November 21, 2020

As others have remarked, Kevin was the first person to welcome us to The Arbors. Over the years we have had more frequent conversations with him than any one else . He is a an example for all of us what a good neighbor should be. We truly miss him.

Larry and Sue Schweinhart

Henry and Pat Miarka

November 21, 2020

Henry and Pat Miarka wish to extend our sympathy to the family of Kevin Scott Wass. Kevin was a wonderful neighbor of ours for many years, and he will be missed by all. He will be remembered for his friendliness and helpfulness to all in our condo community.

Gail Haynes

November 20, 2020

I was saddened to hear of Kevin’s death. He was welcoming to me when I moved to the Arbors and was helpful when I needed advice on condo upkeep. He gave lots of hours over the years serving on the board. He was a familiar sight walking the grounds with Flash. I will miss them both.

Anura Hewagama

November 20, 2020

We had the opportunity to get to know Kevin since he joined Arbors Condominium Community. He had been very serious about enforcing condominium rules. We had some disagreements as well. However he does not forget to smile and start a conversation while walking around the complex. No words can describe how sorry we are for his sudden loss. May he rest in peace.

Cindy Mark

November 20, 2020

Kevin and Flash were a memorable duo walking around the complex. Flash always acting way younger than his age and Kevin's knowledge of the history of The Arbors. I hope they both find peace. Very sad to think of them both gone now and know they won't be meeting me outside to greet Cognac or share a bit of news.

John Svinicki

November 19, 2020

Kevin was the first person to introduce himself when I moved into The Arbors condominiums. He was really helpful in explaining how everything worked and it was always pleasant visiting with him when he was walking his dog Flash.


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