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Kevin Ashley Grant

September 4, 1973 ~ September 14, 2018 (age 45)

Kevin Ashley Grant, son of Dr. Warren H. and Mrs. Theresa E. Grant, was born on September 4, 1973 in Rockville, MD.  After graduating from Rockville High School, he received an academic scholarship to study Mechanical Engineering at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD.  After successfully completing that program, Kevin continued his studies in Environmental Health and Safety Management at the University of Maryland where he received the Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering.

Kevin enjoyed a successful career as a safety manager, safety coordinator and certified safety trainer.  He will be missed by his colleagues and friends at Concrete Protection and Restoration, Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland.

Blessed with an outgoing spirit, effortless wit and endless charm, Kevin loved to spend time with his family and friends.  He will be remembered for his kindness, effervescent laugh and boundless generosity.

Welcomed into the arm of the Lord on Friday, September 14, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland, Kevin was preceded in death by his brother, Warren H. Grant, III in 2007.  Those left to cherish fond memories include Kevin’s loving parents, Dr. Warren and Theresa Grant, sister, Jennifer Grant; devoted aunts, Gloria Myrick (Upper Marlboro, MD), Estina Barnes (Mobile, AL), Patricia Goode(Mobile, AL)and host of cousins, colleagues and friends.        


                                                       A Poem Loved by Kevin

                                           When I must leave you for a little while,

                                           Please do not grieve or shed wild tears

                                          And hug your sorrow thorough the years,

                  But start out bravely with a gallant smile and for my sake and in God’s name,

                                            Live on and do all things the same.

                                       Feed not your loneliness on empty days,

                                        But fill each waking hour In useful ways.

                                      Reach out your hand in comfort and in cheer

                                   and I in turn will comfort you and hold you near;

                                              and never, never be afraid to die,

                                              for I am waiting for you in the sky.

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