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Kevin is survived by his parents, his sister Rachel Colandreo, a nephew Trent Colandreo, and a fiancée named Angie Long.He also leaves behind two grandmothers Janeva Pate and Frankie Davis, two grandfathers Lanford Pate and Tommy Davis, as well as many cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends.
To honor John’s life, donations can be made in his name to Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery, and to the KWVA VETS 9511 SW 56th Place Gainesville, FL 32608. She is also survived by two special aunts Annette Charlton and Diane Hinton.We cling to a series of lasts…last time he said, “I love you,” the last meal shared, the last time we hugged him tight–all hard, wiry muscles and bristly beard, smelling like trees and leather and sawdust. We will miss him every day for the rest of our lives. A celebration of life will be held privately with family and friends at a later date.In lieu of flowers, please help someone in need, adopt a pet, thank a veteran, hug your loved ones.He loved plants and graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors in Agriculture.John Sherman Simpson is preceded in death by his parents, and is survived by his children Loretta Mary Simpson Brandao and Joseph Peter Simpson. on May 26, 2018 at Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery, 204 SE County Road 234, Gainesville, FL 32641, with military honors being provided by Korean War Veterans.Kevin was in duel enrollment as an A student in school.
He loved kids, gathering with friends, music and swimming.
Disconcertingly, when he died, the world did not stop.
As our hearts broke open, the mailman delivered mail, phones rang, planes flew overhead. We who loved him go on, too, even though it really hurts. Loved and missed by his wife, Donna, mother, Arbutus, son, Brandon, sisters, Peg (Paul) Coffman, Pat (Allen) Floro, and Pam (Bryn) Jones, brother, Bryan (Linda) Turner, numerous nieces and nephews, especially his hunting buddy, Zac.
Main Street, Gainesville on Friday, February 23 at 2 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance in his name at
He served many years in the Gainesville Jaycees and was President 1969-1970 and became a JCI Senator.