Kevin Rector Obituary, Death – Kevin Rector, age 51, of Eastampton, Massachusetts, went to his ultimate resting place on the Saturday, December 31, 2022, in the coziness of his own home. Kevin Rector was a resident of Eastampton. That location served as the final resting place for him. He was 63. Kevin was an ardent fan of both the Philadelphia 76ers and the Philadelphia Eagles. He never missed a game of either team. He was unable to get enough of either of the two teams. It has been agreed that the memorial service for him will take place at the J Henry Stuhr, Inc., Mount Pleasant Chapel on November 4, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.
The address of this chapel is 1494 Mathis Ferry Rd. A viewing that will run for one hour and begin one hour before the time that the funeral ceremony is set to begin will be held in the chapel. The family will welcome guests into the chapel for the visiting. Even though Kevin Rector was born in Baltimore, Maryland, neither of his parents, Leroy and Myrl (née Viehmeyer), were able to be there when he made his debut into the world. Leroy was in the military, and Myrl was a nurse. Before Kevin was born, both Leroy and Myrl had already passed away.
Both of Kevin’s parents had already passed away before he was even conceived of as a child. His dearly loved fiancee, Julia Penninger of Awendaw, South Carolina; his son, Franklin Marley Rector of Awendaw, South Carolina; his father, Warren Lance Rector of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; his sister, Renee Rector Suggs (Terry) of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; his brother, Lance Rector of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; and his nephews Kevin Suggs, Joshua Rector, and Christian Rector; and his niece, Annabell.
He was a shrimper and a carpenter by profession, and he put in a lot of effort at both jobs because he liked living in the lowcountry and because he was skilled at them. He was also quite good at both vocations. The deep love that he had for both his family and his friends will be the thing that people will remember him for the most. This is the thing that will come to be remembered most about him.