Kevin Michael O'Connor
July 11, 1958 – April 10, 2020
Kevin M. O’Connor, 61, of Milliken, passed away Friday, April 10, 2020. Born in Bismarck, N.D., he was a son of Delbert and Geneva O’Connor. Kevin was employed by the Bureau of Reclamation in Loveland and National Business Center in Lakewood. He was a member of the Johnstown’s Methodist Church and the Loveland Mountain Club. Kevin was an environmentalist and supported many animal organizations. He enjoyed hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park, loved sports (especially baseball) and loved his dogs. Surviving is his wife, Susan O’Connor and 3 siblings: Sean O'Connor Stacey O'Connor and Kelly Carlson. Services will be held at a later date when the community will be able to gather without restrictions. Please share your memories and condolences by visiting www.AllnuttLoveland.com
Saturday, September 19, 2020
Kevin Michael O'Connor
Susanne Walker Harp
September 20, 2020
I met Kevin in 1st grade and we went all the way through elementary and high school together. We reconnected a few years ago through Classmates.com. I enjoyed hearing about his journey to a full and joyful life in Colorado.
He was always very kind to me growing up and always had a bright smile for me.
My heart goes out to all of his family during this time of loss. God bless you all.
Susanne (Walker) Harp
September 19, 2020
What a beautiful memorial. Hugs Sue
September 17, 2020
Kevin, I’ll miss you and your phone calls especially on my birthday! May you be at peace with a God in Heaven. Love U Cuz,
September 16, 2020
My brother Kevin was the oldest boy of 5 siblings.There were 3 brothers.I have many fond memories with him.We hung out togather all the time as kids, and we all loved playing sports,(Baseball,Basketball, and mostly Football)and were all very competitive.We also loved watching sports;and Kevin and I would talk sports quite often.We lived next to a orange grove growing up,so we always had oranges at our disposal too eat,but better yet was having orange fights togather, which at times got very competitive also .We loved going to the beach,and we went to Mexico every year where we rented a house on the beach.While there we had fun body surfing,collecting sand dollars.and once again playing sports.We also collected sports cards at a early age,and were competitive in that also;as Kevin unknowingly let me borrow his cards so i could complete my sets first.Well so long,and Farewell my sibling brother;but most importantly my brother in Christ.For you are now in heaven where theres no pain or suffering.You are at peace.I love you, and the times and memories we had togather will forever be etched in my heart.Will see you soon
June 20, 2020
Kevin was such a joy to be around. He had such a wonderful sense of humor and he took life in stride.
I think he lived the idea: "don't sweat the small stuff... and btw, it's all small stuff."
The world needs more like him.
Rest in peace and keep laughing Kevin! ;)
April 19, 2020
Kevin was such a gentle man. I worked with him at the Bureau for many years. I was at his wedding and he was at mine. He prepared all my music. I know he loved his dogs, especially Jake. When he and Sue went on vacation I had to promise to take care of Jake if something happened. Kevin was also a Big Brother and was very close to one of the young man that he helped navigate life. He loved the Lord, loved music, his sports memorabilia. He was so happy when he met and fell in love with Sue. They loved garage selling. He loved hiking, wolves and playing games with KC and family. He always did the right thing. We hadn't seen each other for a long while which I regret. I loved working with him, he was my friend,
The Picha Family
April 16, 2020
We were going to list all the things we'll miss doing with Kevin, but the list got too long. Mostly, just playing games, hiking, going to events, talking music/politics/pop culture/history/sports. Kevin was very active, widely read, musical, positive, and a blast to be around.
We know your spirit has moved on to the next journey, but you will continue to live on with us in our memories.