Kevin John ‘Kev’ Duncan

Kevin John ‘Kev’ Duncan

of Kiama

Passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his loving family on Saturday 17th February 2024.  Beloved husband of Denise.  Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Michelle, Kellie and Nick, Scott and Bec.  Devoted ‘Da’ of Abbey, Will, Zali, Kyra, Grace and Blake.  Much loved son of the late Tommy and Janet Duncan, and brother of Tom (dec).  Kev will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 68 Years
Glory Glory
Forever in our Hearts

 Relatives and friends are invited to attend Kev’s funeral service to be held at The Pavilion, Kiama Showground, Bong Bong Street, Kiama on Thursday 22nd February 2024 at 10.30am.

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10:30 am, Thu 22 February 2024


The Pavilion, Kiama Showground, Bong Bong St, Kiama, New South Wales 2533, AU
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  1. Kevvie will be greatly missed by all of the Luff, Tweed and Holland families.

    He has left a mark on Ron’s ( dad’s ) life as one of his greatest friends and work mates.

    We will remember him through all of the hard work he put in to our houses, all the times he pushed babies to sleep on the touch sidelines during grand final days and his wonderful smile and laugh.

    Thinking of all of the family xx

  2. To Denise and family,

    My sincere sympathies to you and your family xx

  3. To Denise and Family

    So sorry for your loss, he will be missed by many, thinking of you all at this very sad time xx
    Michelle, Emma, Sophie

  4. To Denise and family

    So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and sending all our love at this time xxx
    Kerryn and Joe Mura

  5. To Denise and Family,

    I’m thinking of you guys during this testing time. Ingrid and I were totally shocked to learn about Kev’s illness but we are determined to remember the South Sydney supporting Kev, the meat tray winning Kev and the Kev who was the ‘brains trust’ of your table at the Bowlo trivia night. A gentleman and top bloke.

  6. To Denise and family
    My sincerest condolences on the loss of one of life’s truly great blokes. Proud to have known Kev, and he will be truly missed by all that knew him.
    RIP mate…
    Mark, Jane, Ethan and Eliza

  7. We loved Kev. He was a great fella a great builder, a south Sydney supporter like us and he was happy every time you saw him.
    Sending Love to Denise and family.
    Rest in Peace Kev.

  8. To Denise and family,
    I feel so blessed to have known Kev and all of you for almost 30;years. My heart goes out to all of you. Kev’s smile will live on x

  9. Thinking of you Denise and family Kev will be very missed by us his little giggle and support to Garry whenever asked for lifetime friends can’t be replaced. RIP Kev you live on in our memories of a good egg.

  10. We’ve lost an absolute legend of a man.
    Someone who has given us some real clear lessons in what’s important in life and how to carry yourself with dignity and pride.
    Humour, humility and strength.
    Knowing who he was and being comfortable with that.
    Family and friends were everything and he served them well.
    Rest in Peace Kev.

  11. Sending love to Denise and family.
    A truly lovely, humble bloke.
    so very sad for your loss

  12. To Denise and her family.
    I am sending my deepest sympathy, which doesn’t seem to be enough, because I know your burden of grief at this time must be unbearable.
    Regards Lynda x

  13. To Denise, Kellie and family,
    Sending lots of love and our deepest sympathy. Kevin had a great sense of humour and was a lovely man
    Owen, Maria, Kirstyn and Samatha Luke

  14. Dear Denise and fam. Struggling to write this, why do all the good ones go early? Kev’s wicked sense of humour, and cheery nature made him more than “one of the old rugby blokes” or “Scotty’s dad”. He had a knack for making everyone feel welcome. And man he could cook a mean snag on the Rugby barbie. I can’t be there but my thoughts are with you all. I’m glad you were with him at home. Kettle’s always on if you want to chat, and bug squeezey hugs to the lot of you.

  15. Really sorry to hear this news. Our family knew Kevin since my parents moved to Kiama in the 90’s. Kevin built their deck which has been a favourite for family gatherings and continues to be. Kevin had a tangible warmth and always greeted with a big smile. Thoughts are with you all. The Lamberts.

  16. Sending all our love and deepest sympathy to you all for tomorrow as you farewell a much loved husband , father and Da. So sad we can’t be there. If love could have saved him, he would never have died. Love from the Pacific Ocean. Westie and Bob. XX

  17. To Denise and family
    Wishing you all peace courage and comfort and lots of love at this time of sorrow. A gentle soul.

  18. To Denise and family, our most sincere condolences. We were very fond of Kev, and he was very good to us always. A lovely man and a fine friend, we were lucky to know him. We will think of him often and miss him always.

  19. To Denise and family. Our sincere condolences. So blessed to work alongside Kev. A true gentleman.

  20. A beautiful soul. He will be missed by more than he ever realised.

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