Kevin  Maynard
Kevin  Maynard
Kevin  Maynard
Kevin  Maynard
Kevin  Maynard

Obituary of Kevin Ray Maynard

Kevin Maynard passed from this world into eternity on September 5, 2023, due to a sudden cardiac event at the age of 51.  Kevin courageously fought mental illness for 3 decades and had wonderful care with the mental health services in Denver.     

Kevin was born in Norman Oklahoma on February 7, 1972.  He is survived by his mother, Alice Clark, his stepdad, Mark Clark, and his father, Bobby Maynard.  He is also survived by his sisters, Mellanie, Tifiny and Christy and brother, Jimmy, and brothers-in-law and numerous nephews and nieces.  He is survived by his uncles, Jim and John and their wives and many cousins.  Kevin was dearly loved by his maternal and paternal grandparents, and he is now with them in heaven. 

Kevin grew up in the Walnut Hills neighborhood in Englewood Colorado and attended Cherry Creek schools throughout his schooling.  His schooling instilled a love of reading.  He graduated from Cherry Creek High School in 1990.  He loved sports and his favorite was football.  He was a starter on the varsity team and played Offensive Lineman, protecting his team mates very well.   

Kevin completed three years of college at the University of Northern Colorado studying Psychology. 

Kevin was kind and compassionate.  Kevin always had a happy and sweet spirit, and especially when he could sing with his beautiful tenor voice.  Since he could read music, he could sing the newer Praise music right along with the old hymns.  He loved football season, and he was a big Bronco fan going all the way back to John Elway’s quarterback days.   

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Whetstone Boys Ranch in Mountain View Missouri. 

6850 Co Rd 2660     Mountain View MO  65548 

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