In Memory

Kevin Masters

Kevin Masters

St. Petersburg Times (FL) - May 29, 1998
Deceased Name: MASTERS , KEVIN R.
MASTERS, KEVIN R., 45, of Tavares, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (May 24, 1998). Born in Mineola, N.Y., he was a 1971 graduate of Northeast High School. He moved to Tavares in 1990. He was a surveyor and Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Melissa; a son, Bryan, and a daughter, Lauren Masters, both of Tavares; his parents, Jane and Roy Masters, Brevard, N.C.; and his paternal grandmother, Vi Baiton, St. Petersburg. Severson Funeral Home, Tavares.



 
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07/31/11 08:13 PM #1    

Cindy Barnes (McDougal)

I first saw Kevin when he joined the Gondaliers.  He had a beautiful tenor voice.  I immediately fell in love with his good looks, great smile, charm and sense of humor.  The fact that he was in the drama club was not lost on me because he always had "some good lines" to charm all the girls with.  I considered Kevin one of my best friends.  We could talk about anything.  Many a night after school, we'd go to McDonald's on 4th Street, grab a burger and ride around St. Pete talking and laughing.  We remained friends when he went to FSU and after he left there, but then we lost touch.  Ran into him again at the Gondalier reunion and learned he had moved to Tavares and was a surveyor.  He was happy with his job, his family and he liked living in Tavares.  We talked a few times after that and then I never heard from him again.  He was a great guy who was taken to heaven much too early.  Rest in peace my dear friend.  Rest in peace.


08/01/11 08:09 PM #2    

Bev Parker (Fowler)

Sweet, sensitive guy hiding behind a tough exterior. It was worth digging a little deeper to get to know him.  My memories of school are better for having known him.  Wonderful mom and dad: I hope he grew to know just how much you loved him.


08/13/11 05:18 PM #3    

Donna Odell (Beckert)

Met Kevin during my Senior year.  We used to walk around the block during our free time and talk. He was such a nice guy and had a beautiful voice. He was always polite and very charming. Bless you Kevin!


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