With a heavy heart…

cairdea_kevin_cardWe all share a sincere sense of loss of our long-time friend and colleague – Kevin Euler. Kevin passed away unexpectedly on September 24th, at the age of 48, and we are all devastated by his sudden death.
He was a tremendous source of humor and cheer, love and respect – every day he was with us.  No one will ever be able to replace him as a performer, co-worker or true friend.
Feel free to share your kind thoughts and memories of Kevin below. 

You can also show support for his family at Kevin Euler Memorial Fund

Kevin’s memorial will be Oct. 22nd at 3 pm at the Douglas Morrison Theater in Hayward. Please RSVP to me if you will be attending. Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers in this difficult time.

4 thoughts on “With a heavy heart…”

  1. I’m deeply saddened to hear of Kevin’s passing. I’m fortunate to have had the chance to work with him on a few projects. He had such an amazing upbeat personality. I’ll always appreciate his honesty as well. Condolences to his family and friends.

  2. Oh my gosh, I am so shocked. I was expecting to see Kevin this Thursday at the Cairdea Promo event. I went onto the site to look up pens and stumbled upon this devastating news. I’m fortunate to have known him. My deepest sympathies to Kevin’s friends, family and loved ones.

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