Kevin Charles Stark
Date of birth: October 3 1961
Date of death: January 5 2019
KEVIN CHARLES STARK
Kevin Charles Stark of Milwaukie, Oregon passed away at his home on January 5, 2019 at the age of 57 after a valiant fight against cancer.
He was born October 3, 1961 in Grand Forks, North Dakota to Paul and Doris Stark.
After graduating from Fargo North High School in 1980, Kevin attended Trade School before moving to Portland, Oregon in 1984. Kevin spent his career in drywall/construction and was a member of Oregon Washington Carpenters Union Local #146.
Kevin was a gentle soul, kind hearted with a great personality and laid back demeanor and deeply loved by family and friends. His hobbies included crabbing, fishing, hunting and camping.
Kevin was preceded in death by his Mother, Doris Stark (Flaten)
Kevin is survived by his wife Barbara Hatfield, and his beloved dog Lucy Luu of Milwaukie, Oregon.
Step-children: Misty Martin and Donald Martin of Portland, Oregon.
Six Grandchildren: Brayden Martin, Kailea Martin, Seth McBane, Bryson Martin, Shilynn Martin, Tailee Martin.
Dad: Paul Stark of Fargo North Dakota
Siblings: Dave Stark (Sue) of Beavercreek, Oregon; Roxanne Hungerford (Rob) of Gladstone, Oregon; Eric Stark (Ellen) of Wolverton, Minnesota.
Nieces: Lesley Hungerford of Gladstone,Oregon, Erin Hungerford of Milwaukie, Oregon; Heather Gatto (Matt) of Portland Oregon; Carly Stark of Fargo, North Dakota.
At Kevin's request, there will be no funeral or memorial service.
Internment of Kevin's ashes will be at Oak Cemetery in Fort Smith Arkansas and Memorial Park Cemetery in Park River, North Dakota.
13 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Roxanne Stark Hungerford Kevin was my youngest brother and you will be sorely missed. I will miss your kind gentle spirit, your repetitious ramblings, your infectious smile, your wonderful hugs. I am reminded of the last time we flew back to Fargo together...we had the seats in the very back row and you said “ the next time you fly you are going to book the bathroom because you had more leg room.” I am reminded of the hymn “How Great Thou Art” as I think of you and Mom sitting at the feet of Jesus. What a wonderful reunion the two of you must be having. I will miss you sweet brother of mine, til we meet again.
Candle lit by Misty dawn martin I love you kevin and i know somewhere deep down inside u wanted to just let me eat all your nutter butters lmfao you were a very good man and i was blessed to have you as a father figure even tho you watched dances with wolves like a 2 year old until it wouldnt play anymore. My mom was lucky to have u in her life for the long but very short time she did u were good to her and i appreciate that the fight is over and i truly believe only the good die young i will miss you kevin stark and i will never forget you thanks for being a part of my story RIP I love you
Candle lit by Kailea martin I lived with my paka for 4 years and its so hard to believe hes gone he was so strong through his battle with cancer i wish i had a chance to tell him bye... I miss him sitting on the couch eating is peanuts or nutter butters i miss his loud beat up truck. I even miss hearing him every time i open the freezer " are you eating my ice cream?" He was the best person to talk about star trek, star wars. I love you paka rest easy. You are so missed
Candle lit by sandy spoon ya George [ Kevin] you should of known that I would pick the rainbow candle for rainbow trout. ill never forget the first time we meet, and Barbara said this George, Im thinking what did she do with Kevin. you and her had a good laugh, you will always be ready for our fishing trip when you get home and I give u one that she cant have I love you and miss you. im glad my sis will have her garden Angle always looking out for her. your favorite sister in law sandy
Candle lit by robert spoon KEVIN YOU WILL BE MISS
Candle lit by Joann and Pat Larson Wishing you both peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
Candle lit by Avis & Bob Youngren Kevin we had a lot of fun times crabbing, fishing , celebration New Years with you You have no more pain and you will be always deep in our hearts!!! With Our Love Bob & Avis
Candle lit by Shilynn Martin Kevin, I still remember your laugh and your glorious smile. The way you pissed off grandma by watching your television and later apologizing and eating her delicious food. Your laughter and spirit will always be in my heart. I wasn’t with you during your battle I know you were doing better than it progressed again, I prayed for your well being and your confidence through this. Until I see you again Paka, thanks for the great times and memories. I love you.❤️
Candle lit by Paul Stark Kevin is my beloved son and brother to his siblings. He was always there for his family he was highly thought of by friends and school mates. He will be missed and loved
Candle lit by Bob and Marcie Hatfield What a wonderful man heaven has gained! Kevin spent time with us in AR in between jobs and was absolutely delightful as he did some work in our kitchen. He was a terrific son-in-law and always had his family's welfare in mind. We shall miss his quiet steadfast manner and unique sense of humor. Fly high, Kevin, and know that we love you.
Candle lit by Kelly Pavlish I went to grade school, junior high and high school with Kevin. We also played baseball together as youngsters. We lived right next door to each other in Fargo. ND. I have not seen Kevin in decades but what comes to mind when I think about him are: how much he liked to drive his truck, he could punt the heck out of a football, his enjoyment from watching television and his laid back demeanor. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family. GOD BLESS
Candle lit by Larry and Stacey Thompson We will never forget our long, rainy weekend, playing cards, eating, and hiking to the Lighthouse. We love you!