Olin Kennedy

Obituary of Olin Stephenson Kennedy

Olin Stephenson Kennedy, born September 28, 1953, to parents Jack Kennedy and Jean Goodwin Kennedy, passed away at home on Sunday, October 24, 2021, at 9:29 AM surrounded by his son, daughter-in-law, wife and stepdaughters following a very brave and difficult battle with cancer. Olin was a resident of Hudson, Florida, and was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He loved his job, the ocean, and fishing. He was a quiet, thoughtful man with a heart of gold, always treating others with respect and thankfulness, always joking, and making people smile even throughout his ordeal with cancer. He truly loved his children and was proud of them all. He and his wife, Sandy, shared a very special love. Olin recently retired from a long career as a cable repairman for AT&T (previously BellSouth and before that Southern Bell). He is survived by his loving wife, Sandy Kennedy, his five children - Korin (Matthew) Lane, Bridget (Dan) Rich, Lori (Tom) Montes, Alicia (Courtney) Kennedy, Olin Jr. (Sarah Rose) Kennedy, grandchildren - Sophia Rich and Stella Rich, siblings - Carolyn (Jim) Rhodes, Cathy (Harold) Seaman, Linda (Mark) Hartwig, Michael (Debbie) Brown, Larry (Hope) Brown, Laura (Jason) Bonander, and loving stepmother, Jean Kennedy. Olin touched many lives with his calm demeanor and humor. He will be greatly missed. A luncheon to celebrate Olin Kennedy's life will be held at his home in Hudson, Florida on Saturday, November 20th from 11AM to 3PM. All friends and family are welcome. Afterwards, according to Olin's wishes, the family will take his ashes to be scattered at sunset into the Gulf of Mexico. Please call Olin or Sandy's cell phone for address, directions, hotel options, or other information.
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