Kevin Nicoli Obituary –Kevin Patrick Nicoli, 31, of Attleboro, spent away on Sunday, August 16, 2020. Kevin was conceived in Newton, MA on June 22, 1989. He was an alum of Walpole High School and Quincy College, Criminal Justice degree. Kevin gladly served his nation in the United States Army National Guard as an Infantry Sergeant in the 1-182nd Infantry Regiment out of Braintree.
He was an enhanced battle veteran, having served in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan from 2011-2012. Kevin was an alum of the 316th enlist instructional course for the division of amendments for the province of Massachusetts. Filling in as a prison guard at MCI-Cedar intersection Walpole since 2015.
Kevin is made due by little girl: Clare Olivia Nicoli (5), girl of Micaella Hynes, child: Wyatt Steven Nicoli (1), child of Katherine Lennox, sibling: Michael Downing of Easton, sister: Jessica Nicoli of New Bedford, and sister: Alexis O’Sullivan of Attleboro. Just as, nieces Callie and Ripley.
Kevin adored viewing the Office and being irrefutably the silliest dad and uncle that he could be. As there isn’t one soul on this planet that could make those children snicker the manner in which he did. He invested his energy requesting Viking stylistic layout, Celtic crosses, and any other insane superfluous things online whatsoever hours of the night. Kevin was the bubbling energy source everyone crowds around, the first to tell a wisecrack, yet in addition the most mindful individual you could meet.
In lieu of roses, gifts can be sent to Out of The Darkness Overnight Walks or Mission22 in respect Kevin P. Nicoli.
Visiting Hours Thursday, August twentieth from 4pm – 7pm at the William J. Gormley Funeral Home, 2055 Center St. West Roxbury, MA. For the Procession to the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne please meet at the Gormley Funeral Home on Friday, August 21st at 10am. The graveside administration will be at 11:30am.