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June 15, 1962 ~ November 16, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Kevin Oldham was called home to be with the Lord November 16 th 2023 after an extended battle with cancer. He was born in Wichita Falls on June 15 th 1962 to Richard and Shirley Oldham.
Kevin graduated from Hirschi high school in 1980 and worked for United Supermarkets for 42 years until he retired in 2021.
He was best known for his sense of humor, anything for a good laugh. Kevin was a very giving and generous person. He was always coming up with fun and exciting ways to surprise his family and friends. He was especially fond of scaring others you never knew when he was going to jump out from behind a door or around some piece of furniture to scare you. He had a passion for adventure and loved traveling with his family. Whether it was scuba diving in Cozumel or Belize, parasailing, Disney world or Universal Studios in Florida or river rafting down the Guadalupe River. He was always planning the next big adventure. Even when he could no longer travel, due to his health he encouraged his family to continue. He was happy just to see all the pictures, especially if they were of his granddaughter Abigail. To Kevin she hung the moon, she was his little sunshine, no matter how bad he felt he always had time for her. Papa is what she called him and they spent a lot of time together in his room, coloring, playing games or just watching tv.
The day Kevin was rushed to the E.R. he was in severe pain and could hardly speak he managed to get the strength to tell everyone “I love my girls and my granddaughter” 18 days later he was called home.
Kevin was proceeded in death by his mother Shirley and his younger brother David. He is survived by his wife Lisa, two daughters Marisa, Carol Ann and granddaughter Abigail. His sister Debbie as well as nieces and nephews.