Kevin Clair Sawyer

05/12/1971 - 07/15/2019

Obituary for Kevin Clair Sawyer

Kevin Clair Sawyer, 48, of Batavia, OH passed away on July 15, 2019. He was the son of Douglas C. and Gail (Schlemmer) Sawyer. He was a 1989 Sycamore High School graduate. He worked as a prep cook for Mt. Carmel Brewing Company. Kevin was loved by so many and had the best smile. He loved music and attending concerts with his wife and friends. Kevin was preceded in death by his Aunts; Betsy Schutter and Carol Williams. In addition to his parents Douglas C. (Ruth) Sawyer and Gail Sawyer, he is survived by his wife and best friend, Lindsey Trapp-Sawyer. Brothers; Phillip Keith Sawyer, Craig (Amy) Sawyer and Kyle (Sarah) Sawyer. Nieces and Nephews; Bella, Liam, Landon, Emmy, Eli and Quinn. Maternal Uncle; Eddie Schlemmer. Maternal Aunt; Terry Hanns. Paternal Uncle; Paul (Joan) Sawyer. Paternal Aunt; Marcia Sawyer. Along with his dogs; Cutter and Scout. Visitation will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at Cooper Funeral Home, 10759 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, KY 41001 from 1pm-4pm. Service will be held at 4pm. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Cooper Funeral Home is serving the family.

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I've known Kevin for years as a neighbor. He was a helpful and kind person who always had a smile and wanted to make everyone around him feel better. This was unexpected and I wanted to offer condolences and prayers to the family and friends. Kevin was a great guy to hang out with and will be missed.
- Merrell Thompson
I knew Kevin through our mutual friend Andy Weitlauf. Many times we would get together at music festivals or tailgating for a concert. Kevin was always warm and easy to like. Whenever I saw him, he greeted me as if we had always known one another, full of joy and good cheer. It's too soon to be saying goodbye, you will be missed. Peace & Godspeed
- John Thomas
I worked with Kevin for several months at one of his previous jobs. We were prep cooks together. Everyday I woke up looking forward to going to work and one of the main reasons was because I got to cook and talk to Kevin! We'd just talk about our favorite music and concerts we'd ever seen and even about a few restaurants that we both worked at during different periods. So hurt to hear that he's gone. Best wishes to his family and friends.
- Erik Morgan

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