April 23, 2014


Kevin R. Harmon

Kevin R. Harmon, 49, of Medina, passed away unexpectedly Fridayl, September 20, 2013. He was born April 20, 1964, in Medina, to Alfred L. and Janice H. (Auble) Harmon.

Kevin was employed in sales at New Channel Direct in Hinckley for over 20 years. He was a serious golfer, an avid music fan, and a tortured Cleveland sports fan.

Kevin is survived by his beloved wife of 23 years, Kristin L. (Hazelwood) Harmon; loving mother, Janice of Chippewa Lake; dear brother, Michael L. (Susan) Harmon of Coatesville, Indiana; grandmother, Beulah Auble Breyley; mother and father-in-law, Rebecca and Tom Hazelwood; brother and sister-in-law, Scott (Brenda) Hazelwood of Medina and Kerri Hazelwood of Columbus; nieces, Sydney Harmon and Sydney Hazelwood; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred L. Harmon.

A Celebration of Kevin’s Life will be held 8 P.M., Wednesday, September 25, 2013, at the Clubhouse at Weymouth Country Club, 3946 Weymouth Rd., Medina, OH 44256. The family will receive friends from 4 until 8 P.M., Wednesday, at the clubhouse, prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions, in Kevin’s memory, be made to First Tee of Cleveland, 3841 Washington Park Blvd, Newburgh Heights, OH 44105 or firstteecleveland.org.

Online condolences may be left at waitefuneralhome.com

  • Jonathon Holko

    Kevin, I enjoyed being your personal caddy and attending RUSH concerts with you. More importantly, I enjoyed your friendship. You made me feel like a part of the Saturday morning group. Simply, I miss you, I will continue to miss you, and I will never forget you.nAll family members and friends are in my prayers. May God comfort every single one of you.n”Ghost Rider”: Let the healing begin!

  • Tim King

    Kevin was a good guy to hang out with. Although I haven’t seen him in several years, his unexpected death hit me pretty hard. He always passed hellos back and forth through mutual friends and he was someone I always looked forward to seeing when back in the Medina area. I always enjoyed playing golf with Kevin as well as hanging out with him when the round was over. I don’t think I ever saw Kevin in a bad mood. I never had anyone I would rather golf with, it was always a lot of fun and laughter. Kevin will be missed and the world just a bit darker without his smile and sense of humor. My prayers go out to the family.