Kevin D. Siegel

August 11, 1964 ‒ March 02, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Kevin D. Siegel, age 53, of Mount Vernon, Ohio, passed away on Friday, March 2, 2018 at Knox Community Hospital. The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Kevin D. Siegel.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss . I was a friend of Kevin’s . I’ve known Kevin for the last five years . I will remember Kevin for his smile and conversations we shared . And no matter what Kevin always had a smile on his face . . He was a very caring Compassionate Person . May God be with you all and you seek comfort threw him ( Kim Callahan )

    • I’m so glad Kevin had a friend that saw his wonderful qualities. His smile was infectious. His kindness, compassion and ability to care so deeply for others made him the wonderful person he was. Thank you for being his friend. We will all miss him terribly.
      Debbie Darr
      (Kevin’s twin sister)

  • The Circulation staff at the MT VERNON PUBLIC LIBRARY, would like to send our deepest condolences to Kevin’s family and friends. Kevin was a special person. He was a joy to see once or twice a week at the library, (when he came in to get his movies for the week). He was always pleasant and kind. Our staff is going to miss him! Rest In Peace Kevin!

    Your Friends

    Public Library of Mt Vernon

    • I am Kevin’s twin sister. Kevin always mentioned his trips to the library. I was always glad it was within his distance to be able to go.
      Thank you so much for your kind words. We will miss him as well.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. My grandmother and your grandfather were brother and sister. I remember Kevin & you (Debbie) when you were little and we would visit. May your memories help you in the days ahead. God Bless!

    Kraig & Tami (Moore) Bucklew-Larry & Marlene’s Oldest daughter

    • Thank you Tami, for your thoughts and prayers.
      We do have a lot of memories to choose from to help us cope with his passing.
      Although I wouldn’t know you if you stood in from of me today, I do remember nice visits when we were little. Always enjoyed Dad and Grandpa’s side of the family coming to visit, or going fishing at Aunt Mary’s pond.
      Again, thank you for your kind words. We will miss him.

  • So sorry for your loss Debbie and family. I first meet Kevin 37 yrs ago in school at the Coshocton county jvs . I remember his smile and laugh most of all. He belong to the small click of guys that I ran around with,Rick Reddick.( Deseased) ,myself ,Kevin, and Marty Dobson. He was our brother. Haven’t seen him in 37 yrs as we’ve all went our separate ways. But he will always be missed.. as is our brother Rick. RIP my brother and may God keep you in his arms.

    • Thank you Russ, for our kind words.
      I remember your little “Welders Click”.
      Kevin was a good man, and will be missed greatly, by everone!

  • Hey Kevin it’s me your friend always sure do miss you everytime I go outside I look around that apartment to see if you’re going to come down that Hill to come down and visit us or just hang around for a little bit with me and the baby Sunny misses you if anybody she loved us paying attention to her you got to be one of the most people that she adored and loved I wish you could be around to see her grow up but at least now you can be with your mother I know you talked a lot about her cure a big hug maybe up and having you can do the things that you wanted always do that you could never do thank you for helping put Christmas presents and stuff together for the baby you didn’t even care what you didn’t get from people only cared about what you could do for them and I love you for that always your best friend Wendy

    • Kevin never really worried about himself. He was the type of person that would do, whatever he could, for someone else.
      He always cared for others more than himself.
      Thank you for being his friend, and caring about him.