Kevin Super was born 10/27/59 to Harry and Carol (Hanis) Super, and passed away June 3, 2020 surrounded by his loving family.
Kevin attended Saint Agnes Elementary School, Bishop Miege High School (class of 1978) and JCCC on a soccer scholarship. Kevin’s outgoing personality and happy go-lucky approach made many lifetime friendships.
In the early years Kevin had a paper route, worked at Fairway DX (favorite of everyone of that era), then worked at Swensen’s ice cream as well as Harry Starkers where he experienced the great 1977 plaza flood. He also played many sports including baseball, football, soccer, golf, and Frisbee golf and was quite good at all of them. As an adult Kevin enjoyed cooking, canoeing, gambling, skiing, working in his yard and gardens, and numerous other outdoor activities. A particular hobby that Kevin and his wife Deb enjoyed together was going to Nascar races with their “Nascar buddies”. From the 50th Nascar anniversary at Daytona Beach to Alabama, Pheonix, the Brickyard, Texas, and Las Vegas, Kevin and Deb enjoyed them all.
Kevin’s profession was focused in the commercial construction industry where he had numerous roles throughout his career. He excelled at various positions providing a very quality service for his projects. Kevin was also very proud that he was an organ donor knowing his gift would be beneficial research for others.
Kevin enjoyed life as evidenced by he and Deb’s numerous backyard barbeques with friends and family. Kevin created a loving environment for his children instilling in them they can do anything and for them to have a fun and fulfilled life. Kevin was always up-to-date on current events, loved to read was always socially aware of what was going on in the world and loved to share with others. Kevin’s favorite vacation destination was the beach where he enjoyed many sunrises and sunsets. Kevin and Deb were married on the beach at Gulf Shores, Alabama in 2005.
Kevin is survived by his wife Deborah Super and children; Kenny Super, Karlie Super, Kelsie Super, and Bryce Sulzberger; siblings, Jeffrey Super (Mary), Jennifer Super (Patrick) and Timothy Super (Jim), niece (Ali Super) and many cousins and other extended family. Kevin was preceded in death by his parents, brother, Gregory Super, and nephew, Daniel Super.
The family wishes to express their extreme gratitude to Dr. John Goldberg and all of the Menorah medical staff for Kevin’s lasting care throughout his life. They were able to give Kevin the quality of life he so deserved.
A private family service was held at St Agnes Church on June 11, 2020. A celebration of Life for Kevin is scheduled for Sunday, September 13, 2020 at the City of Fairway Pool Pavilion located at 6136 Mission Road, Fairway, Kansas, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. This celebration will occur under the Johnson County Kansas Covid-19 regulations. Masks are required for indoors as well as appropriate social distancing – no exceptions. There is also outdoor seating as well. Please dress comfortable / casual as most of this celebration is outside.
Memorial contributions in memory of Kevin can be made to American Diabetes Association, 7285 west 132nd Street, Overland Park, Kansas 66213 this