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Bill Merritt Funeral Service

6201 Northwest 39Th Expressway, Bethany, OK

OBITUARY

Kevin Carl Hardy

October 26, 1973November 8, 2019
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Kevin was known for his toothy grin, contagious laugh, good-natured sarcasm and his deep love for his co-workers and family. Kevin would never pass up a new adventure or a perfect relaxing nap. Kevin took pride in his casual dad shirt fashion sense that matched his corny dad jokes. Kevin would take pleasure in serenading with his guitars, crooning, sing ad-lib lyrics or showing off his one dance move. He often enjoyed winding down with a great audiobook or an old mystery movie. If you met Kevin for ten minutes, he made you feel like you had known each other for a lifetime. He genuinely cared about the people in his life, sometimes deeper than his heart could handle. Kevin was a devoted family man, mentor and life of the party. Kevin left behind his soul mate Shannon Cao, his beloved sons Justin Hardy and Lance Cao, his mom Judy Hardy, along with countless other friends and family members that will cherish the time spent with him. He created many fond memories for staff, co-workers, and loved ones.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, November 15, 2019

Memories

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Gary Albright

November 14, 2019

My wife who works at store 458 where Kevin was transferred to introduced me to Kevin and I loved him the minute I met him. He was very sincere and caring. He took the time to sit down with me while I ate and we spent almost an hour talking about each other and our likes and dislikes. He was truly a caring man. He would go out of his way to shake my hand every time I saw him. There are very few people in this world I can call friend and he was going to be one of my favorites. To his wife god bless you during this time, and may he always be there for you and the boys. Lord take good care of him I’ll see him soon.

Jazmin Flores

November 14, 2019

I only knew Kevin for the amount of time that he spent as the GM at 458. I knew instantly that he was a great guy. In the short amount of time he was there he showed empathy and kindness to the other employees and cared about us as people. As a boss he was very hands on and engaging and he never let a shift get sloppy if he could help it. I havent had many bosses like him in the past, and I have seen just how easy it is for someone to be a bad one and i really appreciate all the effort he put in. As a person, I've met pretty much no one like him and i wish i couldve known him better. I cant even begin to imagine what it must be like to lose a father, a husband, or a friend who was just that amazing. I am praying for his wife and kids, hoping that you receive whatever it is that you need to get you through this difficult time (and let me know if there is anything I can do). I am always going to remember him and his wife as Harry Potter characters handing out candy to the eager children at the mall a couple of weeks ago. As much as I wish that he was still here for everyone that loved him I hope that wherever he is now, that hes feeling better.

Steve and Laurie Turner

November 14, 2019

Kevin and Shannon entered our lives thru facebook and our love for Neapolitan mastiffs. So excited to realize we lived in Yukon as well, a friendship blossomed. Kevin is everything and more of the person Shannon has written about him, he became an instant friend and will be missed dearly. Our prayers, thoughts and heartfelt sadness goes out to Shannon, the boys and the family. Kevin you will be missedπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’”πŸ’•πŸ’•

Diana Woods

November 13, 2019

I worked with this wonderful man for quite awhile. We shared many stories and laughs together during that time. He was a warm loving man and he will be deeply missed.

Jonathan Allen

November 12, 2019

"Time, Blessings, Memories...may we have them always"
Shannon, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Sharon Maier

November 11, 2019

We love and think of both Kevin and Brian a lot. I pray God, in his infinite wisdom, has some plan for him. I pray his mother, brother and the rest of his family and friends will eventually find the peace they need and deserve. We all will see him again.

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