Kevin died Feb. 15, 2021, of complications of a cardiac event.
Born in Rockledge, Fla., Kevin grew up fishing, playing basketball and golf, and fulfilling the role of big brother to his three younger sisters. He graduated from the Bolles School before earning a Princeton degree in computer science. Kevin was a member of Quadrangle Club and played varsity basketball for Coach Pete Carril on the team that beat UCLA in the 1996 NCAA tournament.
After college Kevin moved to California to work as an engineer, holding positions at Oracle, Amazon, Google, and Facebook, where he last served as engineering director. Technical-minded yet eloquent, passionate, and curious, he is remembered as a valued team member and mentor.
Kevin met his wife, Erin, on a blind date arranged by friends. A walk on the beach led to 21 wonderful years together, sharing passions that included basketball, the ocean, summers boating at Lake Tahoe and golfing at Pebble Beach (where they married in 2002) and their two children, Paedrin and Kingsley.
Kevin is survived by his wife and children, his parents, and three sisters. Memorial contributions may be made to: Princeton Men’s Basketball Program; Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton, Calif.; or at Oceana.org.