Meriden - Kevin Thomas Mulcahy, 28, of Carey Street died Saturday May 6, 2006. He was born May 13, 1977 in Chicago, IL, a son of Thomas Mulcahy and the late Susan Inns Mulcahy. He had been the manager of the As You Like It Cleaners. He had a passion for motorcycles. Besides his father he is survived by a sister and her husband, Tracey and Raymond Tate of New Britain and a niece, Treana Bellamy of New Britain. A funeral will be held Thursday, May 11 at 9:15 a.m. at the Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden and at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Church in Meriden where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home Wed. May 10, from 5 to 8 p.m. Burial will be at the convenience of the family.

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  1. Although we didn’t have much time with Kevin,all of us at Lowe’s in Bloomfield are deeply saddened by his passing.What a sweetheart! Our thoughts and prayers are with his Family and Friends. You are now in the loving arms of Jesus, rest friend. Laurie Harmon

  2. I have not seen Kevin in many years… I remember him as a fun loving spirit that from what I have read hadn’t changed a bit. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this trying time… Kevin.. may you look over all of us as you join those whom have passed on before you… & ride through the sky with your heart and soul… you will be greatly missed my friend…

  3. I knew Kevin for many years, as a close friend and riding partner. Everyone who knew Kevin knew that he had a unique personality. When I would introduce new people to him I would tell them that he was in his own little world. Kevin was funny, open, smart, and straight to the point. Kevin had a passion for motorcycles. All he loved to do was ride. Kevin was a true rider – as he always proclaimed to be. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. Kevin, I miss you very much and I love you. I know that you will continue to look down on us as we as we keep riding in your memory.

  4. I knew Kevin only a short time,however he made an everlasting impression. He always went above and beyond for everyone. He had a heart of gold and he will be missed dearly. He will never be forgotton. May he rest in peace.God bless you.

  5. Kev was king of ballbreaking and that’s what we loved about him. He always said something to make you forget that you were having a bad day. He will be greatly missed. Sorry for your loss and ours as well. Good friends are hard to come by.

  6. Kevin Thomas Mulcahy was kind, caring and loving person and a good friend. He would take the shirt of his his back for you if it was the only one he had. May you rest in peace. Were gonna miss you and all love you..Jon and the rest of the All Starz Stunterz…see you in the next life.

  7. kevin was like a pusher to me. he used to try and push me when i left school because im only 16. everytime i used to go to his house he used to bother me to get a job and to do something with my life. when my mom had told him i was going to job corps school, he was thrilled and happy. now that hes gona, it makes me sad inside because hes not here to push me or tell me whats important. kevin was like a third rolemodel to me. knowing hes not here, is making a very big whole in my heart. but him knowing that im going to school, i know and promise i will make him proud of me, and i know he will. love you and miss you kevin!!!

  8. Kevin was my best friend. He was a great man who was always there for those who needed him. He was always trying to make everyone laugh. One of my favorite memories of Kevin was when he agree with something, his favorite word was Amen. Now he is with our angles singing his praises.

  9. Kevin was someone very special to me even though our paths have not crossed for some time now. We shared many special relationships in our lifetime – working at As U Like It together for the longest of times, the best of friends, the loving relationship we tried for a while and so many other times I just can’t even begin to remember. Our birthdays only about a week apart; he was so special to me and has always been in my heart even though we lost contact for the longest of time. My thoughts are with you all at this time – he was someone very special and he will be in my heart forever!

  10. Kevin was the most loving and caring person I had met in such a young man. He was always there to help my daughter and her family. I may have moved away but I often thought of him and his funny laugh and good sense of humor. He’s now riding his motorcycle with the angels. I know he will be missed by all that knew him. Our prayers and love are with him and his family. Thank you Kevin for being the person you were. It’s now time for you to make the angels as happy as you made us on earth. Peace be with you.

  11. Mr. Mulcahy & Tracy, I am so sorry for the loss of Kevin. He was loved by so many people… Even thought he wasn’t serious all the time, I could see right through him… I will always love him and I will always miss him. He was such a special person in my life for the last 13 years. I will never forget him. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers…… Lisa Perez

  12. Mr. Mulcahy, Tracy & family, Sorry for your loss. Kevin was loved and will be missed by many. As a parent, you must be proud to know that he was so kind,loving and helpful to all that he knew. To us, he will always be remembered as the friend who helped us in may ways, from a shoulder to cry on to dropping everything to help us move. The things we’ll miss the most about Kevin: his long winded,animated,funny stories and the ability to make us see the brighter side of things. Until we meet again, We love you and miss you Kevin!!! May you rest in peace. Nella & Jr Quiles

  13. My friendship with Kevin is and always will be special. I will always have the best memories of him. He may be gone, but he is not forgotten.

  14. My Kevin, I remember Kevin as my bestfriend and as my dad. Kevin was always and will be there for me and my mom and I can’t forget Diva. I can only remember the fun and crazy things we did as a family and as would a father and son would do. I remembered the times he picked me up from camp on knightrider and then took me out on bike nite, the boat rides, the bb gun drive by, the goonie dance, trips to Cape Cod, trips to the Poconos and the tattoo experience he did with my mom, tubing, horseback riding and especially our last vacation together the infamous ski trip in the Poconos. That was so much fun he broke his tail bone trying to catch up with me. Then watching him fall down the bunny slope while teaching my mom how to ski and how he fell on top of my mom. But I remember all the times he was there for me at my baseball, basketball, football, skatingboard, karate, and watching bike movies together as a family. I can’t forget the advices that he gave me and how he will kick my butt if I don’t listen. I absolutely miss being with and around Kevin. Our family dinners and vacations will never be the same because our family is missing the best dad. I also remember the last thursday he spent with me and my mom that night was great and special that I will keep in my memories. And lastly all the phone messages that he left for me and my mommy, how he loves us and that he will be with us always.I love you Kevin and mommy and Diva loves and misses you.

  15. To Kevin’s Family: I am so saddened. I met Kevin at the cleaners several years ago and had the opportunity to discuss a myriad of issues with him. He was not only smart, but he had an uplifting spirit that was enjoyed by everyone who met him. Yes, he may be gone…but he will never be forgotten. With Warmest Regards, Paul

  16. To the Mulcahy Family: I am so sorry for your loss. Kevin was an exceptinonally loving and funny person. His ability to touch people’s lives with a simple smile will never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. God Bless

  17. To the Mulcahy family: I am very sorry for your loss. Overall, Kevin was a great person and I great friend of my family and I. He will be sincerly missed.

  18. To the Mulcahy Family: Our condolences to you, we knew Kevin for short time. Miss his carisma and his boldness. He was a very funny guy. He had a heart of gold.May god bless you our sincere Condolences.

  19. Tracey and Tom, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. There are no words anyone can say to make the pain of losing someone you love any better. I remember Kevin fondly from our few meetings and will remember him in my prayers. My heart and thoughts are with your family.I’m here if you need anything.

  20. We have known Kevin for several years. He could put a smile on anyones face. We mourn the loss of a wonderful person. His memory will be instilled in our hearts forever. God bless.

  21. WOW, words can not express for the lost of my bestfriend,my love and my companion. Kevin and I shared a wonderful life together wether it is apart or together. We always seem to find each other. For the 15 years I have known Kevin and for the 12 years we dated he was always been special to me as my heart and soul.We loved each other to death and promised that we would always be together. Just sitting here thinking about our ski trip together, the late night talks, the crying, our plans to get married and have kids when we both turn 30 and all our sleepless nights. From his first bike to his last bike, he made sure I was there. Kevin and I made promises that we will be here for each other and for Naj and Diva. Kevin is up there now protecting and sheltering his mom and what we losted.Kevin was and always will be the love of our life. I love you and miss you with all my body, heart and soul. Soon come we will be together in our new world.

  22. WOW..I never thought this would happened to a wonderful person. I’ve known Kevin for the last few years. I met Kevin threw Tia and her son. They were the new found family that was there for each other. I remember having dinner with them and how Kevin kept talking about how much he loves tia and her son and that he loved to start a family with tia again. He just couldn’t stop talking about tia. The way he was talking about her I thought they were married already. We laughed, we cried and we had memorable times together. I also remembered how he use to tell me how tia can’t cook for nothing and that when they go grocery shopping they buy 2 of everything because tia always burn the first batch..Which was true and hilariously funny. But they did it and they stuck by each other wether they were together or apart. He loves her, Naj and Diva to death and he told me that if any thing he will always be there for them.

  23. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time . Although it has been many years since I spoke to Kevin I still have fond memories of growing up in the neighborhood with Kevin, It saddens me that someone with so much potential is gone at such a young age . Kevin will be remebered. Condolences Kirk Ceballos

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