Kerry, my brother, my friend.

I am Kerry’s oldest sister, Peggy.

I was very touched by the comments posted.

When I look in the sky and see the big white puffy clouds I think of Kerry. He loved to look at the cloud formations and often pointed them out. He saw beauty in everything. He loved the ocean, when I asked him what words he would use to describe it, the thing that comes to mind is “forever changing” like our lives are forever changing.

He loved to laugh, the laugh you have with friends when you are laughing so hard that tears come to your eyes, your stomach hurts, you try to talk and you squeak but yet you still laugh and it hurts so good. The best medicine in the whole world. I will really miss those laughs. We had many.

I felt warmth in his presense, joy in his smile, he touched the hearts of many and he touched my heart deeply.

He was loved and he will be forever missed.

Thank you keep the site going.

Kerry’s flair

What I miss the most…

I miss coming to work every day to see Kerry, with his characteristic style, flair, and charm, already there working. Kerry always greeted me with a warm hello and flashed a sometimes-boyish smile. I remember Kerry as the tall, thin, handsome man dressed stylishly, moving gracefully from one part of the office to another. Kerry was a vibrant person who added a sense of sophistication to wherever he visited. Our workplace somehow seemed warmer and simply more fun when Kerry was around.