Kevin James Witt


Kevin James Witt


Kevin Witt

Kevin James Witt unexpectedly passed away in Pocatello, Idaho, on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, due to bronchitis complications, at the age of 49.

Anyone who knew Kevin knew he loved his wife, daughters and family unconditionally. Kevin was known as everyone’s handyman; he would bend over backwards to help anyone and everyone whenever they needed anything. Kevin touched so many people’s hearts and made friends everywhere he went. He will always be loved, and the holes in his loved ones hearts will never be filled. He worshiped his team, the Steelers. Looking at the colors black and yellow will never be the same.

Kevin Witt is survived by his parents, Kenny and Debbie Witt; wife, Renee Witt; brother, Kyle Witt; sister, Rene Lindeen; his four daughters Emily, Meghan, Mollie and Kelsie; grandsons Kane and Kash; and granddogs Hank and Dally.

Visitation will be held 4-6pm Wednesday at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary. Memorial service and reception will be held 1pm, Friday, Feb. 28, at the Pavilion at the MetraPark.

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  1. Kyle,
    I didn’t know your brother but knowing you I am sure he was kind and wonderful – even though, like you, he was a Steeler Fan. That is humor, of course, intending to make you smile at this very sad time. I know how devastating it is to lose a brother especially at such a young age.
    Please know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers and if there is anything at all you need do not hesitate to ask.

  2. Jim and Joyce Laughery

    We were blessed to have had a good neighbor and friend in Kevin and his family.
    He was always ready to talk Steelers (and Packers) on a moments notice.
    This was so unexpected at such a young age.
    Our hearts go out to Renee and the girls.
    Rest in peace our friend.
    Jim & Joyce

  3. We have found memories of our neighbor, Kevin and family. We shared a night of flooding from rain, out in the street at 0200 swapping stories and trying to save our homes. Kevin was so helpful in replacing our driveway and was always a good guy.
    We are so sorry he left this earth so young and grieve with you all.
    Ken and Cheri Brown

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