March 15, 1977 – August 17, 2021
Edgerton, WI – Kevin Charles Pope, son of Charles “Chico” and Dawn Pope, entered this environment on March 15, 1977 and departed August 17, 2021, to the arms of our Lord.
Kevin attended his initial 4 yrs of elementary college in Milwaukee, then attended university in Edgerton. He graduated from Edgerton Large Faculty in 1995. Kevin excelled in all sporting activities. He qualified for several regional and countrywide junior wrestling tournaments, and gained numerous of them. He lettered in soccer, basketball, and baseball at Edgerton. He played football at UW Whitewater for 2 several years, just before joining his relatives working at the Buckhorn Supper Club in 1997.
Kevin relished quite a few experiences in his shortened lifetime. Kevin, together with his spouse and children, traveled to Peru to visit his Peruvian sister, Elena. Though there, he visited Machu Picchu, and used 3 days checking out the Amazon Jungle. Kevin seriously loved quite a few visits to our nation’s Funds, from the Smithsonian Museums, to peering out around the National Mall from the balcony in the Speaker of the House’s office, and to Arlington National Cemetery witnessing the shifting of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Kevin also designed excursions to Las Vegas, New Orleans, Napa Valley, and to Florida and the Gulf Coastline.
Another a person of Kevin’s finest loves was music. He performed guitar and saxophone. He attended numerous Phish concert events, as well as attending Moody Blues, Robert Plant, Metallica, the Allman Brothers, and quite a few music events at Alpine Valley, Summerfest, and the Wisconsin Point out Good. He performed bass guitar in the Optimus band in his early years.
Kevin was up to date on all current information about the earth. His Television set was usually tuned to the information channels, 24/7.
Kevin savored attending Badger, Packer, Brewer, and Bucks game titles. He has golfed at some of the best golfing classes in Wisconsin. Fishing on Lake Michigan was an annual function, not to mention a lot of Lake Koshkonong fishing adventures.
However, Kevin’s proudest accomplishment was doing work at the Buckhorn Supper Club for around 22 several years. Kevin was known as just one of the most effective broiler cooks in Southern Wisconsin.
Kevin struggled the last couple yrs with melancholy and alcoholism. In 2019, he was on observe to restoration when COVID 19 locked anything down, and left Kevin sensation by yourself and depressed. All who knew Kevin agreed he was a enjoyable-loving man or woman, sort, and a excellent good friend with a beautiful smile.
Kevin is survived by his parents, sister Shelley (Matt) Huhnke, distinctive AFS sister, Elena Leigh from Peru, aunts and uncles: Judy (Bob) Tomczyk of Clintonville, Dick Pope of Walkerton, IN, Dale Pope of Edgerton, Jane (Ron) Bauer of Janesville, Peggy (Tim) Rusch of Stoughton, Kathy Pope of Wilton, and numerous cousins, close friends, and his beloved cat, Bucky. Kevin was preceded in dying by grandparents: Charles and Alvina Hudson, Edward and Joanne Pope uncle: David Pope, and aunt: Wendy Pope.
Funeral providers will be held at 11 AM on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at the Albrecht Funeral Homes & Cremation Products and services, Edgerton with Pastor Erik Jelinek officiating. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 from 4 PM to 7 PM at the funeral residence and from 10 AM until the get started of the expert services on Thursday. Masks are extremely recommended. Building is happening on S. Major St. We would suggest coming to the funeral household from Hain Rd. The funeral services will be are living streamed on Albrecht Funeral Residences & Cremation Services Facebook site. Both find us specifically as a result of Facebook or the connection will be on Kevin’s obituary page at www.albrechtfuneralhomes.com. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund will be set up in Kevin’s title at a later on date.
“You are now soreness-no cost, and you will usually be in our hearts. Our only desire is that there were checking out hrs in Heaven.”