Obituary: Davin Gregory Kerr

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3/16/2005 – 3/6/2024

A Visitation for Davin Kerr, 18 of Lawrence, will be from 6-8 pm, on March 19, 2024, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. Graveside Inurnment will be 1 pm, Wednesday, March 20, 2024, at Oak Hill Cemetery.

Davin passed away Wednesday March 6th at Overland Park Regional Medical Center.

He was born March 16th, 2005, in Lawrence Kansas, the son of Brandy Kerr. He attended Lawrence High School.

Davin liked music, skateboarding, anime, and gaming with people all over the world. Davin enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Davin loved his emotional support dog Luna very much. Davin was a very intelligent young man and loved God.

He is survived by his sister Nevaeh Brimer, his father Scott Brimer, his “NaNa” Pam Henderson, and his three cousins Carter, Alec and Raelynn and his two Aunts Krystal Kerr and Jamie Henderson and great grandma Judy Gragg.

Memorial contributions may be made to Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1260 Lawrence, Kansas 66044.

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