In Memory of

Kevin Matthew Curdy

September 2, 1994 - March 17, 2020

Obituary

Kevin Matthew Curdy, 25, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, passed away on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 in Bellevue, Washington. A visitation is scheduled from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM on Monday, July 13, 2020 at Langsford Funeral Home in Lee’s Summit. A Rosary will follow at 2:00 PM. A Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at Our Lady Of Presentation Catholic Church in Lee’s Summit. The family will have a Celebration of Life after Mass at Centerview, 227 Municipal Circle, Raymore, Missouri, from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Memorials and contributions are suggested to the Wounded Warrior Project or The Boy Scouts Of America Troop 391.

Kevin was born on September 2, 1994 in Kansas City, Missouri to Wayne and Karen (Wood) Curdy. He attended Our Lady of Presentation Catholic School from Kindergarten through 6th grade, Summit Lakes Middle School, and graduated from Ray-Pec High School in 2013. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America Troop 391 and attained his Eagle Scout in 2011.He was a Project Manager with Systems Pavers in Bellevue, Washington.

Kevin was a young Marine and was selected the Honor Graduate of his Recruit Training Class. He had the utmost respect, loyalty, and love for the military. He was especially prideful of those serving and those who had previously served.

Kevin had a love of life that was contagious. He was compassionate, kind, and his generous smile could light up a room! He enjoyed all aspects of outdoor activities, hiking, fishing, and hunting from the sea to the mountains.

Kevin is preceded in death by his paternal grandfathers, Keith Curdy and Jon Cook; maternal grandparents, Jack and Mary Wood; uncles, Brian Curdy and Jonnie Cook; and aunt, Donna Davis.

He is survived by his father, Wayne Curdy and his wife Mo of Raymore, MO; his mother, Karen Spitznagle and her husband Philip of Lone Jack, MO; his grandmother, Nickie Cook of Medford, OR; his sisters, Kristie Condon and her husband Darrell of Lee’s Summit, MO, Kelly Rimel of Raymore, MO, and Kari Jorgenson and her husband Justin of Cameron, MO; his brother, Kiel Curdy and his wife Jennifer of Kansas City, MO; step-brothers, Ben Stevens of Oak Grove, MO and Craig Spitznagle of Kansas City, MO; step-sisters, Jami Stevens of Belton, MO and Ashley Spitznagle of Kansas City, MO;  six aunts; three uncles; numerous nieces and nephews; and one great niece.

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Kevin was the most caring and thoughtful beautiful being!!! He always wanted to look nice no matter where he was going!!! Kevin loved helping people if he could, give you the shirt off his back!!! That beautiful smile when he entered a room would make you smile back!!! To this day it is hard for us to realize Kevin is in heaven now!!! We miss the hugs and him asking us if he looked ok when going out with his friends!!! Kevin loved his mom so much and he loved his sisters to the moon and back!! One day we will meet again our sweet angel and you will be even more handsome!!! As we used to say to each other Semper FI !!! Always faithful!!! We love you!!!😇😇😘😘

My dear grandson. May you rest in the hands of God thru all eternity.we will someday have a joyous reunion. In the meantime I hold you in my heart. I love you. Grandma Nickie

Kevin was a good guy! I know kyland loved him like a brother. He will be truly missed and we are so sorry. ☹

I only got to know him for two years, but Kevin was such a bright light and I’m so sorry it faded before his time here was truly complete. In those two years we had gotten very very close and it pains me he’s gone but he’s off to a better place. My deepest condolences to his huge family he loved so much.

Kevin was a light for me during a very dark time in my life. I don’t know where I would be today if I never met him. He was a friend, mentor, brother & I’ll never forget him. Rest in paradise my friend.

I will forever miss my cousin Kevin. I remember babysitting him when he was younger and how excited he was that I would watch Batman with him, and how he wouldn’t go to sleep unless I would sing all the songs our Nanny would sing to us. I will keep singing for you Kevin. I love you and I miss you!

Thank you for showing me the beauty in life. Your kindness and compassion were contagious and I will try to carry on your spirit through acts of kindness. I miss your smile, Rest easy my beautiful friend ❤️

Wayne I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences to the family during this time. Stay strong. God be with you all.

Wayne, so sorry for your loss. It’s a tragedy to lose them so young. Praying for you and your entire family.

i don’t even know where to start… this is going to be one of the toughest funerals i’m going to attend. when you first moved to indiana, and we met your first day of school… the stories began . have some great memories and relationships you built while in Indiana . i love you , and i’m going to see you soon. protect and watch over us ❤️🖤

Kevin… where do I start? When I met you I started at the dealership in 2014. We would joke around but little did I know we would become good friends over the years. You’d come to my house and give my mom a hug as if she was your own. You were always there for me and one of the only people I could trust with some of the deepest, darkest issues of life. I will forever miss your smile that lights up the room. I will forever miss your big hugs. I remember when you came back to work at Rob Sight, and I saw you down the hallway, and we ran and gave each other the biggest hug. I’ll miss our talks about everything and anything. Thank you for FaceTiming me on my birthday this year, it meant the world to me. Thank you for showing me Seattle when I was there to visit last year. I love you Kevin Curdy. You will always be one of my best friends.

Visitation

Monday, July 13, 2020
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Services

Tuesday, July 14, 2020