- Nearly 30,000 posts on the imutual forum
- Organising multiple competitions on a monthly basis
- Funding prizes out of his own pocket
But it wasn't just the quantity of his contributions; he had a delightful (and sometimes mischievous!) sense of humour and provided constant entertainment. Although we only knew him in a "virtual" sense, I think we got an idea of what a wonderful character he would have been in "real life".
A family member has provided me with the following words:
If you wish to donate to Simon on the Streets, the link is https://justgiving.com/fundraising/reme ... evinharrisHe was a deeply thoughtful man, with a wicked sense of humour. He valued everyone equally, regardless of their background or past. He was a keen chess player and prolific borrower of books from our local library. Perhaps this accounts for his eclectic knowledge!
Of course he is deeply missed by his family and a wide circle of friends, both in real life and in the virtual communities he contributed to.
Kevin would love any donation to be made to Simon on the Streets or other charity helping homeless people.
It's possible that friends and family will view this thread, so perhaps some of you could use it to share your memories of Kevin
A huge Thank you from me, Kevin, for all the help and fun you provided. You will be sorely missed