Kevin Thibodeau, II Obituary
February 3, 1981 - April 10, 2017
Born in Greece
Resided in Anchorage, AK
Kevin was born February 3, 1981 in Greece. He attended high school at Central High School in San Angelo, Texas and went on to graduate from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations and a minor in Journalism.
Kevin joined the United States Army in 2005 and was stationed at Fort Richardson, Alaska in 2006. He served his Country faithfully and honorably, completing two combat tours, Iraq and Afghanistan; and one tour in Germany. He loved his Country and proudly served for 12 years. Kevin attained the rank of Captain in the United States Army. He transitioned to the United States Army Reserves in December 2016.
Kevin married the love of his life in 2010. He was always traveling with his family and taking them on adventures. He liked to hike, fish, and hunt and enjoyed cooking for the ones he loved. Most of all he was a devoted Green Bay Packers fan!
Kevin's family paid this tribute to him, "Kevin was the kindest most loving man, he was the light in the room. His smile was always welcoming. Kevin had a place in so many hearts around the world. Everyone was lucky to know him. He will be forever missed. And his memory will live on."
Kevin is Survived by his Wife and two children. His two sisters and his parents.
"Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me.
My Father's house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?
And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am."
The family of Kevin Thibodeau would like to extend their sincere thanks and gratitude to everyone who has supported us during this time of loss. Military Memorial Arrangements entrusted to Cremation Society of Alaska.
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