Kevin Sebunia Obituary- Final Goodbye to Plum, Pennsylvania Resident

Kevin Sebunia Obituary
Kevin Sebunia Obituary

Kevin Sebunia, 55, was a resident of Plum, Pennsylvania. On August 12, 2023, he was one of six people killed in a house explosion.

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He was recalled as a kind and generous family man, a loving father and husband, and a kind neighbour.  Learn about Kevin Sebunia’s tragic death and the details of his obituary as her community mourns her loss and remembers her contributions…

Kevin Sebunia Obituary

Kevin A. Sebunia died abruptly on August 12, 2023, during the tragic events of Rustic Ridge. His sudden death is hardly surprising, given he killed while assisting a buddy. He is survived by many nieces and nephews, Erica (Chris Smith), Adam, Brandon, Alex (Jared Berry), Ryan, Jacob, Natalie, Molly, John, Brian, Conor, and Fin; and loving in-laws, Louis (Jane) Sebunia and David (Theresa) Sebunia.

Kevin lived his life to the fullest, not squandering a single moment. He was sincerely committed to his wife, immensely loving to his daughters and son-in-law, a delightful Papa to his grandson, unconditionally committed to his siblings and sisters, proudly boasted about all his nieces and nephews, and fiercely faithful to his numerous friends.

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Kevin was born in Erie on September 19, 1967, to the late Richard and Joanne (Bell) Sebunia. Kevin was a 1986 alumnus of Cathedral Preparatory School and a 1990 graduate of Clarion University. Kevin worked for CT Corp/Wolters Kluwer for nearly 25 years, retiring as the director of partnerships and alliances. His most recent job was as a sales consultant for Trueteam/American Building Products.

Kevin would do everything for anyone, whether he knew them or not. His buddies jokingly dubbed him “Mr Home Depot” due to his vast tool collection and understanding of utilising them. If someone required assistance, Kevin would frequently respond, “I’ve got a tool for that!” or “I know a guy.” The kids in the area affectionately referred to him as Mr Kevin. Take a look at the below tweet about The daughter of Kevin Sebunia, one of the victims of the Pennsylvania home explosion, who says her father had a “heart of gold.”

He was always willing to teach his children, nieces and nephews, and neighbourhood children anything he could. He freely gave his insights and worked hard to be the ultimate role model, instilling in people he dealt with the virtues of honesty, responsibility, and accountability.

He was well-known in his family and community for continuously engaging in games and practical jokes and providing a limitless supply of ice cream and candies. Everyone admired Kevin, with his unforgettable smile and contagious laugh. Above all, his family was everything to him, and he adored his wife and two daughters. He particularly enjoyed spending time with Emily and Abigail in the YMCA Indian Princess program and coaching them in soccer for the local in-house and travel teams.

Kevin Sebunia Obituary
Kevin Sebunia Obituary

His three daughters and “his” dog, Harper, were the shining lights in his life. Kevin and Kelly were married for over 32 years after meeting at Clarion University. He was a proud Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity member, where he met many lifetime “brothers.” Kevin loved the outdoors and enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking, kayaking, gardening, visiting local and national parks, and relaxing at his camp.

His most recent experience was trekking through the Grand Canyon with his wife, Kelly, and completing a rim-to-rim hike. Kevin loved cooking, local brews, great wine, and cheese and made the tastiest charcuterie boards! He was happiest when everyone was gathered and he was cooking. He was a “lifelong” member of Plum Area soccer, helping the program long after his daughters had grown and left.

The world has lost a magnificent guy who touched and influenced the lives of countless people. His death has left a gaping hole in everyone’s hearts that will never be filled. All who knew and loved him will miss him greatly. Until our next meeting, Kevin’s life will be remembered at Larry Mills Park, 199 Fontana Road, Plum, PA 15239, from 1 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 20.

We invite everyone to share their photos, experiences, and notes. Donations can be given to the family directly through S&T Bank. In Kevin’s memory, Kelly Sebunia’s personal relief account or Plum Area Youth Soccer.

Soxman Funeral Homes Ltd is in charge of the arrangements. While the family appreciates the outpouring of love from so many people far and wide, they would like to limit the Celebration of Life to those impacted by Kevin’s life and respectfully request that all media outlets respect the privacy of the family and friends attending this event. Our deep condolences are with her family and friends. You can also share your tributes towards her in the comments section below.

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