Kevin M. Vaughan

1960 ∼ 2019

Brian of West Bridgewater wrote:

Rest in peace my friend

Jeana michels of Raynham,ma wrote:

My heart aches using this time I will miss you it’s been a pleasure to have had you as a co worker and friend may you RIP Kevin

Marissa yeary of WEST BRIDGEWATER wrote:

Rest In Peace my friend...

Edward Slamin of East Sandwich, Mass wrote:

Kevin was a great friend and I feel very fortunate to have spent time with him both at work and at the pond where we would spend hours just talking and enjoying the serenity of Nature... maybe even catch a trout or two for supper. He was a very dedicated and caring Respiratory Therapist and always put patient care first. A mentor to the new therapists in our department and always taught them the right way to get the job done. I’ll miss you Buddy, come stop bye for a visit once in a while and I’ll see you at the pond this Spring!!

Sarah Furtado wrote:

What a kind soul...Kevin was a gentle giant and acted as a work dad to me. I will miss his chuckle, his fatherly advice, his knowledge under pressure...wishing his family sincere condolences ❤️

Maria Plomondon wrote:

Kevin was a co worker of mine for the 5 and half years I was at BWH. He always spoke fondly about his family, especially his granddaughter. He mentored all of us newbies to cardiac surgery and I’ll be forever great-full. He always had some words of wisdom and delivered it with a sense humor. He was a great coworker, RT and friend and will be missed. RIP Kevin.

Gaby Andrade of Quincy, MA wrote:

Kevin was not only an amazing co worker, but an unbelievable friend that I’m forever grateful for. He was kind hearted, thoughtful, and always brought out the best in those he interacted with at work. He not only looked out for his coworkers, but was always so compassionate and genuinely cared for his patients. I’ll forever cherish our memories, his jokes, and that twinkle in his eyes when he laughed. He was one of a kind, and I’ll miss him always.

Lori Hoover of Henrico, VA wrote:

I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I pray for strength for you during this difficult time. I know he will be truly missed.

peter gravelle of greenville maine wrote:

when Kevin bought that new jeep he drove to maine & stayed at my house a few nites. he was very heart broken when he heard my wife had passed away due to leukemia. he was a great man. l'll miss him

Tony Clifford of Cork, Iteland wrote:

I girst met Kevin when I passed through Boston airport. He took the time to come and meet for an hour. We remained in touch because of his love of Ireland. Years later I came to visit Boston and he took time to show me around. His love of family and his gentleness are my abiding memories of him. May he rest in the peace he so richly deserves.!

Mary and David Frazier of rockland wrote:

Becky and Mike So sorry to hear about your Dad. When ever we saw him he always had a smile and bragged about his kids and Erica. Love you aunt Mary and Uncle Dave

Red & Michelle Barry of N.Attleboro, MA wrote:

I have only know Kevin for a few short years, we’ve gone off roading, tinkered on our Jeeps a handful of times.... this news was an absolute shock to hear. I am sooo very sorry to hear this new from one his coworker and dear friend of his, Chris Shinnamon. Chris informed me just the other night as we were in the garage tinkering on his buggy, we took a moment to remembered Kevin and all the fun times we had. Again so sorry for your loss, he was a good man and I am at a loss for words.....!

Ann Cochran of Middleboro, MA wrote:

Kevin loved anything to do with astrology! He always knew When planets and constellations could be seen We would stare at the sky looking for things even when it was 10 degrees outside.

Lisa Masiello of Bridgewater, Ma wrote:

I have had the pleasure of working with Kevin his entire time at the Brigham. He was a great co-worker and friend. He was a great resource and patient advocate. He would lend a hand to help nurses beyond his job description. I loved hearing about his place in Maine. We would talk about my camoer.He drove my dream car. I will really miss him

Trisha Smith wrote:

Miss you Kevin. I am forever grateful that I was able to work beside you and in that time foster a lifelong friendship. I miss our soup and crackers together and seeing you light up when you talk about America. You always looked out for me as a father would for their daughter, sending me reminders about a home Patriots game so that I would have a less hectic commute. My heart aches that you are gone but I treasure the memories we have shared. Until we meet again my friend.

Jennifer Farrell of Boston MA wrote:

Kevin was the best! The Shapiro nurses and everyone at BWH will miss his kindness, dedication and professionalism. I am so sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences, Jen