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Kevin Cline

Kevin Cline of Kissimmee, Fl. formerly of Baisden, WV departed this world and went to be home with Jesus on December 12, 2020. Kevin enjoyed playing his guitars, mechanics, hot rods, and being with his family, especially his grandsons. Kevin was an avid gun collector, loved metal detecting, pawn shops, and beautiful sunsets in Florida. Mr. Cline was preceded in death by his mother Ethel(Lane) Cline and his father Joda Cline. His sisters Lucille (Sonny) Phelps, Shirley (Harry) Cline, Brenda (Jim) Cline, his brothers Claude Cline, Douglas Cline, and Colin Cline. Surviving family members are Barry Cline, Robert Cline, Wendall Cline, and Glenda Jo Cline. Left to cherish his memory is the mother of his children, Beverly Cline, his two daughters, Sheila Gay Cline (Dave Nesbit), Andrea Louise Cline, two grandsons who he adored Quenton (Woody) Cline and Davie Nesbit. Also a very special mother in law Janet Cline, and a special father in law Harold Cline. Kevin Cline will be cremated by Richard Funeral Services in Haines City, Fl. A memorial service will be held later at Lake Hatchineha, the place he loved watching the sunsets with his grandsons. Kevin's ashes will remain with his family in Florida and some will be spread in Alaska, which was the place he always wanted to go. If anyone would like to send flowers, kind words, or flowers please contact Mr. Cline's family. Also pray for the Cline family during this difficult time because the loss they feel is tremendous. Richard Funeral Services Send flowers to the service of Kevin Cline

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I love you Daddy, I will for all my days and for eternity even after my days. I'm so glad I had the time that I had with you. You are truly missed and I will never be the same without you.

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

My sweet husband. I will miss you the rest of my life. I will never let your memory go. So happy you were here with us. Our daughters & grandsons are really hurting. We all love you. We grew up together. You taught me so much. I can work on cars, I can fix almost anything. That's some of the things you taught me. I rode my first motorcycle with you. I drove my first car with you. I rode with you in your dodge at 100 mph when I was 11. I'm so glad to have memories. Play your music for Jesus now.

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

I was a good friends with Kevin we grew up close together he taught me to play guitar we run around together in a band together. I was blessed to be able to talk by video chat the last one right before he passed he is sadly missed I had prayer with him and we said we would 9catch up later and I know one day we will in heaven.

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

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Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM