Kevin Lamon Pigram Jr.


Kevin Lamon Pigram Jr. left us on June 3, 2022, to be with the Lord, with his family by his side.  Kevin Lamon Pigram Jr. was born on December 21, 1976, in Memphis Tennessee to Brenda F. Long and Kevin L. Pigram Sr.  Kevin was raised and well-loved by his dad Willie L. Long.  He graduated from Lincoln High School.  Kevin was a member of Eastside Baptist Church where he was baptized by Rev. Arthur C. Banks.  He attended Sunday School and was a member of the youth choir.  Kevin was married to the love of his life Leor.  From this union God blessed them with two daughters, Marissa, and Charrie.

(Preceded him in Death)  Kevin enjoyed collecting trading cards, matchbox cars, Star Wars, and Memorabilia.  He enjoyed going to the movies.  If you wanted to know anything about movies, ask Kevin.  His favorite thing to do was color with his daughter, Marissa.  He cherishes the time with his daughters because he knew that  eventually his sickle cell anemia would win.  He leaves to cherish his memories his wife (Leor), his daughter (Marissa), his parents Brenda F. Long of Fairbanks, Alaska and Willie L. Long, (Shannon ) of Tacoma, Washington.  He also leaves his siblings: Charita Strange (Alan, Sr), of Fort Wainwright, Alaska, Willie D. Long (Donna), Angela Long, (John), Anthony Long, (Andrea) and Derrick Long all of Tacoma, Washington.  He also leaves his mother-in-law, Cheryl Bell sister-in law Courtney Bell of Spokane, Washington, his favorite uncle Al J. Lambert of Carrollton, Missouri, and a host of relatives and friends.  If you could take one thing from Kevin, it would be don’t take life for granted.  You Live life to its fullest.

  1. Sue Burchill says:

    Paradise welcomes Kevin who was a favorite patient, a kind and loving soul who was a devoted family man, a favorite patient and an inspiration to all of us who had the privilege of taking any small part in his care . God Bless you Kevin and may you forever enjoy your heavenly reward.
    Until we all meet again one day,
    With love,
    Sue Burchill,ARNP , CCNW

  2. Tina M Toner says:

    I’m glad Kevin is at peace. He fought a tough battle! He is missed truly. I enjoyed getting to know him, and his visits to our clinic. He was a very special man. I hope he is happy and in no more pain. Heaven has gained a angel!! God Bless!!

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