Kevin M. Syrkes, was born in Washington, DC on May 30,1965 to Bertha Syrkes and Billy Ford lived in Louisa County, Virginia. He also attended school in Washington, DC at Eastern High School. He was employed at Lockheed Martin in Gaithersburg, MD. Never the less we can’t forget about his own personal business called; You Call We Haul We Do It All.
He is preceded in death by his grandmother Hannah Jane Nelson Syrkes, grandfather, Edward Syrkes; uncles, Joseph, Norman Lee, Curtis, Carl Syrkes and cousins, Charles, Raymond, James, and Wilburt Syrkes.
Kevin leaves to cherish his two sons; Darius Styles and, Kevin Syrkes Jr.; one granddaughter, Dakota Styles; mother, Bertha N. Syrkes; sister, Ronda O’Neal; two brothers, Ron O’Neal and Michael Syrkes; three aunts, Ruth Jackson (Milton Jackson), Pearl Minor and Louisa Syrkes; one uncle, Nathan Syrkes (Emma Jane Syrkes); two nephews, Lamont and Michael Waddy; one niece, Timont’e O’Neal; very special friend, Lora Henderson; best friend, James Thomas and a host of cousins, other family members and friends.
Owens Funeral Service. (Fredericksburg)
Saturday November 10th, 2018
1808 Princess Anne Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
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