Kevin R. Bergeron
October 16, 1962 – October 14, 2020
Kevin Ralph Bergeron, age 57, of Beaumont, California passed away on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. Kevin was born October 16, 1962 to Grace Bergeron and Ralph Bergeron. Kevin worked as a RV Technician at Wippert's RV for 15 years. He enjoyed traveling, BBQing, spending time with family, playing darts and watching football.
Kevin is survived by his wife, Cynthia Bergeron of Beaumont; son William Calderon of Columbia, South Carolina; daughter Brittney Bergeron of Nevada; 3 grandchildren and 5 sisters and many other loving family members.
Kevin was preceded in death by father Ralph Bergeron and mother Grace Bergeron; brother Ron Bergeron and sister Sharon Bergeron.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.weaver-mortuary.com for the Bergeron family.
- Cynthia Bergeron, wife
- William Calderon, Son
- Brittney Bergeron, Daughter
- Ralph Bergeron, Father (deceased)
- Grace Bergeron, Mother (deceased)
- Ron Bergeron, Brother (deceased)
- Sharon Bergeron, Sister (deceased)
- Mr. Bergeron also leaves behind 3 grandchildren, 5 sisters and many other family members.
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Kevin R. Bergeron
October 20, 2020
Kevin worked for Wipperts RV for 15 years. In those 15 years he was always loyal, trustworthy, kind and supportive. I can't remember a time where he was ever disrespectful or flippant.
He was always kind and courteous.
Kevin left so expectantly. That I don't think we ever really told him just how much he meant to us and how much we cared for him and considered him a part of our family. We will never have another one like him and I can say with a 100 percent certainty that we will miss him every day. Rest in Peace Kevin. Thoughts and Prayers for your family. We love you
October 19, 2020
Kevin I worked with you for a long time and you were the best person I’ve ever worked with.We’re all gonna miss you immensely and not talking with you while we knock out some tires or an awning fabric is especially gonna be tough.I wish I could’ve told you how great of a person you were and how much I appreciated you.My prayers go out to all your family and I take comfort in you with a new body in heaven resting.We love you Kevin.
October 19, 2020
I worked with Kevin at Wipperts the last three years. For some reason, God gave me a heart for him since meeting him during my first day on the job. Lately we were supposed to go to a casino together; in fact, he’s a big reason why I started going to them initially haha. He would talk about the casinos a lot whether he won or lost, and it was always a good, funny story. Overall it was all about the memories made with friends and family; it was beyond apparent he loved spending time with his loved ones the most. No doubt he would do anything for any them. Such a kind, intelligent, funny, innocent soul Kevin was. I am sad I didn’t get the chance to say goodbye to him on the day before when I went home from work (like we did every other day) but I think that’s okay. It’s okay because he would always say “alrighty Gerald I’ll see you tomorrow”. I’m glad I didn’t hear that come from him this time. That would’ve hurt I think. Plus, it’s not a goodbye, it’s a “see you soon, friend.” Thoughts and prayers to all of the Bergeron family. Kev will be very missed. Hold it down for us up there bud, we got you down here. 🙌🏼