Kevin promised to shave off his beard should Princeton vanquish Yale in the fall of 1981, and when victory came, he kept his promise to his gridiron teammates, who remember a “strong and silent” athlete, friend, and scholar.
Kevin’s engineering degree led to more than 25 years at Lockheed Martin in a variety of programs. He was proudest of his work as chief systems architect on programs for helicopters for critical search and rescue and for unmanned resupply. He was recognized as a Lockheed Martin Fellow, a distinction awarded to less than 1 percent of the technical staff.
Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Linda; their children, Scott, Chelsea, and Michael; granddaughter Chloe; and his parents Ronald and Marilyn. They are joined in sadness by the Class of 1982, who are proud to have had Kevin in our midst.