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Obituary
Kevin Ladyman

Kevin
Ladyman


November 11, 1967
to
August 30, 2020

 

Kevin Earl Ladyman, 52, of Kell passed away Sunday, August 30, 2020 at his home. He was born on November 11, 1967 the son of Earl and Anne (Owens) Ladyman in Rockford. He married the love of his life, Denise Parker on January 17, 1987 in Mountain Home, AR and she survives him in Kell.

Along with his devoted wife of 33 years, Denise Ladyman, Kevin is survived by his caring parents, Earl and Anne Ladyman of Corning, AR; loving children, Nichole Hixson, (Jonathon) of Centralia, and Mandy Ladyman of Mt. Vernon; precious grandchildren, Hunter “Little Buddy” Hixson, Hadley “George” Hixson, and Wyatt “Kermit” Roberg; kind brothers, Philip Ladyman, (Jennifer) of Searcy, AR, and Paul Ladyman of Jacksonville, FL; brother-in-law, Kevin Parker (Willa) of Conway, AR; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Frank and Connie Parker of Mountain Home, AR; several special nieces, and nephews.

Kevin was preceded in death by his brother, Steve Ladyman.

Kevin worked hard to always provide for his family as a loyal employee of Union Pacific Railroad for 17 years. He had the love of sports running through his veins, making sure to coach his girls traveling and rec league softball teams. When he wasn’t their official coach he would be their biggest and loudest cheerleader from the stands. Kevin was over the moon when his favorite team, The Chiefs won the SuperBowl, making all his dedicated years of being their fan well worth it. Kevin never met a stranger and loved to share his contagious zest for life with everyone he met. He would make it his duty to make those around him happy at any cost. Kevin’s family will remember the many jokes and pranks he would play just to get a good laugh and make fun, lasting memories. He was an outdoorsman, spending time working in the yard, fishing, deer hunting, and trying his hand at growing plants and flowers. He liked to put on his chef’s hat and fire up the grill while entertaining family and friends and filling their bellies with his excellent food. Kevin’s grandchildren were his life, and his passion was taking his 3 grandchildren on adventures and showering them with love. Kevin’s was a life lived to the fullest and those that knew him will carry on his compassion for others, and his need to make the world a brighter place.

Irvin Macz Funeral Home in Centralia is privileged to be assisting the family of Kevin Ladyman with arrangements. A private celebration of life service will be held with his loving father, Minister Earl Ladyman officiating. Interment will follow at Zion Grove Cemetery in Kell. Memorials may be made in Kevin’s honor to the Donor’s Choice and will be accepted for the family at the funeral home. Online condolences and memories of Kevin may be shared with the family by visiting www.maczfuneralhomes.com and/or on the funeral home’s Facebook page.