February 18, 1960 ~ April 11, 2020

Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Kevin A. Dunson of Indianapolis, passed away on April 11, 2020 at the age of 60. Kevin was born on February 18, 1960 to the parents of Marion and Mary Dunson. He was baptized at St. Rita’s Catholic Church as a youth and attended school there. Kevin was a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church.

One of the highlights of his childhood was spending time in Mississippi with his grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. He called it his second home.

While attending high school at Scecina, he played basketball, ran track and was on the National Honor Society. Kevin graduated from Cathedral High School; he then went onto Indiana University to receive his BS degree in Criminal Justice. Kevin worked for the Internal Revenue Service, Hoosier Lottery and was the business owner of his Tax Service.

He loved being the big brother to Karla (Cee Cee) and Adrian (AD). Kevin was very devoted to his niece Kayla (Ms. K) and his nephews Zechariah and Zech Jr. (G-Dog and Little G).

While Kevin enjoyed sports, music, movies, camping, fishing, photography, reading, traveling and animals, he was most passionate about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He attended the race for the past 27 years. If the opportunity had been there, he would have been a race car driver. Kevin never met a stranger; he had a gift of talking and such an infectious smile. Kevin truly loved the Lord and all of his friends.

Kevin was proceeded in death by his grandparents, Joe and Grace Gibson, Marion Sr and Elnora Dunson, his Aunts, Mary Ann Poindexter, Eleanor Herring and Anna Green and his uncle Philip Dunson.

Kevin leaves to cherish his memory to his parents, Marion and Mary Dunson, sister Karla Dunson, brother Adrian Dunson (Kimberly), niece Kayla Dunson, Nephews Zechariah McGill Sr. and Zechariah Jr. his aunts Betty Dykes (Curtis) Annette Lowe (Lydall), his uncle George Gibson (Brenda), Godparents Richard and Jackie Mack and Archie and Norma Park, and a host of family and friends

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  1. To the Dunson family:

    Kevin will be missed. He was my best friend since 1st grade at St. Andrew’s. We have been through the good times, the bad times, and everything in between. He always had a smile and was kind to everyone and he never met a stranger. Kevin will live forever in our memories. Love ya Bro!! K.D. didn’t pass away, he just took the checkered flag!! God Speed K.D.

  2. I have know Kevin my entire life. He was my dad’s best friend and treated my like his nephew. He always had a smile to give and a story to tell. A gentle soul.
    My Main Man.
    I love you.
    R.I.P. KD

  3. I knew Kevin my entire life.
    He was my dad’s best friend and treated my like his nephew. He always has a smile to give and a story to tell. A kind and gentle soul.
    My Main Man
    I love you
    R.I.P. KD

  4. I met Kevin and his Dad in grade school, St Andrew played a lot of games at Little Flower Later we were classmates at Scecina. Rest in peace. My prayers for his family.

  5. Rest in peace Kevin. Prayers for the family. Classmates from Scecina H.S. You were truly a gentleman. Pray for us Kevin.

  6. Kevin you will be missed by everyone that knew you. After 12 years of school together. RIP Prayers to the family and Steve

  7. Rest in peace Kevin. You were truly a gentleman at Scecina H.S. My prayers for your family and now you pray for us from Heaven.

  8. Kevin, Thank you for your friendship and support throughout the years. My prayers are with the family and friends.

  9. Rest in Peace cousin! You will be truly missed. You were genuine and a friend to all. You have run your race and will now enjoy front row at every sports event! You’re leading that heavenly soulful choir! Gonna miss you cuz, but I got you in my heart forever! Love you, Anitra

  10. My classmate at St. Andrew, Kevin will always be remembered as a friend to everyone with his soft voice and infectious smile. RIP Kevin and peace to your family and friends.

  11. Your bright smile, infectious laugh, and warm presence will be missed Kevin. We love you and will continue to keep you in our hearts.

    Love Shanna

  12. Thank you my classmate , Friend , Brother for you were all those to me ….. It has been
    a honor to have known you

  13. Dear Kevin, my friend of 55 years. I will miss that infectious smile and truly kind soul. May God wrap his arms around you and welcome you into Eternal Life. May he also be with your family at this most difficult time. RIP my friend.
    God Speed

  14. To my brother in law Tootsie, his wife Mary, Karla, Adrian the entire Dunson family. God blessed me to be a part of this family. You know that my prayer is for God to comfort you at this time. Losing family is not easy, but trust God to get you thru. I will miss Kevin, he always made me laugh, and helped me when his Auntie (my wife) needed transportation to dialysis. I carry them both in my heart and memory. My prayers in Jesus name for the whole family.

  15. My prayers are for the entire family. I remember Kevin by knowing his Aunt Anna Green. He always had a smile. God Bless The Family
    Sis. Jingles

  16. My Prayers are for the entire Family. I met Kevin thru his Aunt Anna Green. He always had a smile. God Bless The Family
    Sis. Jingles

  17. My Prayers are for the entire Family. I met Kevin thru his Aunt Anna Green. He always had a smile. God Bless U.
    Sis. Jingles

  18. So sorry family we all will not be able to be with you on Thursday, April 23, to say goodbye to our cousin who meant so much to so many.

    Kevin was an icon, and he touched us all in so many different ways as a Son, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, Friend, and Tax Man!

    Always the life of our gatherings, none of our Dinner Parties and Family Reunions will be the same without him, as we will miss his presence so much along with our other family members who are no longer with us.

    To the immediate family of our departed cousin, we love you, and we loved Kevin.

    To our remaining family and friends, as Kevin would want, let us not let time or distance keep us from loving one another, ever!

    In memory of my cousin, Kevin Dunson,
    Romans 8:14
    For as many as are led by the Spirit of God,
    these are sons of God.
    In the name of Jesus, Amen!!!πŸ™πŸΎπŸ’πŸ™πŸΎ

  19. R.I.H. Kevin. Dunson Family my prayers are with you during this difficult time. I’m praying for your strength.

  20. Dear Dunson Family, we are so sad to hear of Kevin’s passing. We always enjoyed his company, his humor, and warm demeanor. Praying you grieve with hope, love on one another, and rest in the Lord as you adjust to a new normal. We love each of you and are covering you in prayer.

  21. I met Kevin in 1969 along with Gregory Pipkin introduced us…2 of the best friends in my life have now reunited in heaven. We shared a lot of good times and have maintained contact through the years I dropped in on Kevin the day before his 60th birthday and I am glad that I had a chance to spend a few moments with K.D one more time. I am saddened by His passing and send prayers and Love from the Venable family to the Dunson family. Kevin will be missed by all.

  22. We met Kevin at CTB/McGraw-Hill and we were more than friends, we were family. Although we only knew each other for about 5 years, we feel we shared a lifetime of experiences, embracing us with his deep compassion and kind support throughout the day. He made us laugh and we enjoyed his wit and charm. He truly lit up the room for everyone and will be sorely missed. Our joy was making him laugh. Kevin was the joy of our lives and we are sure that joy was apparent to all his family! With sincere condolences

  23. RIH KD. You wi.ll be missed at the 500 race this year. It won’t be the same. Love you bro. You were so kind and funny

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