- 25 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 24, 1986
- Date of passing: Jan 22, 2012
|Let the memory of Kevin be with us forever|
Kevin was born and rasied in south Florida. He retired due to severe injuries received in Samarra, Iraq on 9/30/2007. His military awards that he received during service were the Purple Heart, Combat Medic Badge, Good Conduct Medal, Operation Iraqi Freedom and the Army Achievement Medal. Kevin had a smile that would brighten up any room, and a personality to go with it. Kevin's sense of humor would make anyone laugh. Kevin was always there to help his army buddies any way he could. Kevin felt such a bond to his army buddies that even though he was medically retired from the army, he wanted to make Ft. Hood his forever home to be there close to them. He had a passion for fast cars, especially his Mustang. He had a tender heart, sweet spirit, and love for his family fiends, especialy his wife Lillian. He will live forever in our hearts. Kevin is survived by his wife Lillian Hardin of Copperas Cove. Parents; Charles & Terry Hardin of Eddystone, Pa. Brothers; Kenneth Hardin of Copperas Cove, Kyle Hardin & Keith Hardin both of Eddystone, Pa. Maternal grandmother Cindy Steward of West Berlin, NJ. He is also survived by his loving mother-in-law; Peggy May of DeLand, Florida and his pets that he thought the world of; Aleigha, Dia, Sable & Angel. He also has a host of aunts, uncles & in-laws.
"I saw your story today on Say Yes to the Dress. And truly sorry to hear of Kevin's passing. Thank you Kevin! I will always keep him in my thoughts and prayers! God bless ya'll!"
"I was watching Say Yes to the Dress today and saw Kevin and Lillian. I had seen the episode before, but I was still so happy for you both. I didn't remember that he had passed the last time I watched the show. My son, too, has very severe injuries from deployment. Just wanted to send a hug and prayers to you and your family."
"How appropriate to see Kevin on "Say Yes to the Dress" today, Veterans Day. A simple thank you for your service just doesn't seem to be enough. Praying for your lovely bride and family that they will be forever comforted until you are reunited."
"Sending love and peace your way. Watching "say yes to the dress" your story touched me deeply. Wishing for you and all your family that sweet memories of him and the joy he brought during his lifetime will ease your pain in some way in the days ahead."
"I'm so sorry for your loss. Just saw your story on Say Yes to the Dress and I was so touched by your love for each other."
"So sorry x"
"I Was Forever Touched By Watching Your Story On "Say Yes To The Dres." It Touched My Heart In So Many Ways. I Had Recently Lost My Cousin He Was Serving In Iraq And His Convoy Became Under Attack. I Cried When Lillian Found Her Dress. She Looked So Beautiful And Was So Happy. Thank You So Much For Serving Our Country."
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