Obituary of Kevin Patrick Treibt
Newtown – Mr. Kevin Patrick Treibt, age 62, of Newtown died Thursday, August 19, 2021.
Kevin Treibt was born March 10,1959 in Brooklyn, New York; son of the late Fred and Gladys (Kostin) Treibt. He was retired after working for many years in Hospitality Management.
“Big Kev” was a gentle giant. If you met him, you didn’t forget him. If you knew him, you loved him. Kevin was born in Green Point, Brooklyn, NY. He moved to Oceanside, Long Island, NY in 1972 where his family spent their cherished summers in a Bungalow on Point Lookout Beach. He loved the ocean and fishing and this is where he learned to love and cherish family.
Kevin kept busy gardening and grilling outdoors and he enjoyed watching sports. He was a considerable athlete and shared his gift and passion with his 5 sons. Kevin was physically strong and loved even stronger. He wanted nothing more than time with his boys. Kevin was happiest simply sharing a day with them. From the time they were little until forever, their dad is their biggest fan. He prepped them for games with speeches, practice and making sure their uniforms were meticulously ready. He prepped them for life with stories and testing their patience daily! Kevin packed a lot of living in the short 62 years he shared with us. Legends never die. His legacy will live on forever.
Kevin Treibt is survived by his children: Cole F. Treibt and his wife Christa, Kade B. Treibt and his wife Alicia, Chase D. Treibt, Travis M. Treibt and Trevor K. Treibt, his grandchildren: Jetty Marie Treibt and Baby Boy Treibt, his brother: Fred Treibt and his sister Denise Treibt and his former wife Janine B. Treibt.
Private funeral services and burial will be held at the convenience of the family. There are no calling hours. The Brookfield Funeral Home 786 Federal Road Brookfield is in charge of arrangements.
To place online condolences or light a memorial candle, please visit www.brookfieldfuneralhome.com
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