Celebration of the Life of Reverend Kevin Scott Fleming

Thank you for joining us as we celebrate the life and ministry of Reverend Kevin Scott Fleming. Officiant: Reverend Doctor Sara Dingman Music Director: Robert Nicholls The Choir of First Presbyterian Church Rverend Kevin Scott Fleming died unexpectedly on Saturday,…

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Thank you for joining us as we celebrate the life and ministry of Reverend Kevin Scott Fleming.

Officiant: Reverend Doctor Sara Dingman
Music Director: Robert Nicholls
The Choir of First Presbyterian Church

Rverend Kevin Scott Fleming died unexpectedly on Saturday, February 12 in Evansville. He was 64.

Kevin was born December 10, 1957 in Pittsburgh to the late John Bernard and Lillian (Fredley) Fleming and was baptized as an infant.

He was blessed to live his whole life in the heart of the church, knowing he was claimed by the love of God. He lived his life in response to that love.

Kevin graduated from Mars High School and Westminster College in Pennsylvania; and from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He was ordained a Minister of the Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church USA in 1986. He served as Associate Pastor of The Hill Church in Butler, Pennsylvania, Pastor of Oakland Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Ohio, and from 1997 until his death as Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Evansville.

Kevin had a quick wit, a passion for music, and he loved to cook. He was a close friend of Santa Claus whom he enjoyed helping for many seasons.

Kevin is survived by his wife, Rev. Wendy McCormick of Evansville; his children, Lydia McCormick Fleming of Evansville, Joanna McCormick Fleming of Bloomington, and Abigail McCormick Fleming of Columbus, Ohio; his sister, Melody Schell of Traverse City, Michigan; his brother, Keith Fleming of Gibsonia, Pennsylvania; his mother-in-law, Judy McCormick of Dayton, Ohio: and the people of First Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Doctor Sara Dingman is the officiant for this Service of Witness to the Resurrection. The family will receive friends after the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family welcomes gifts in Kevin’s memory to First Presbyterian Church, 609 SE 2nd St., Evansville, IN 47713, (firstpresevansville.com), Tri-State Food Bank, 2504 Lynch Rd., Evansville, IN 47711 (tristatefoodbank.org), or the Crested Butte Land Trust, 308 3rd St., Crested Butte, CO 81224 (cblandtrust.org).
Condolences may be made online at www.ziemerfuneralhome.com.

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