Kevin Sillick

Born in Cedar Rapids, IA
Born on Jan 19, 1955
Departed on Jun 20, 2022

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Kevin was a good friend and fellow motorcyclist that enjoyed off road riding, adventure riding and some street riding. A very unique friend that will be greatly missed. Adventure riding and camping with him are memories that will be cherished. To his family, my heart goes out to you for the sadness you have had to endure in the last year is almost unbearable. Our hearts have a hole in them from the loss. Hopefully the good memories will get us through. J

Kevin was such a motorcycle enthusiast. When I was working at CR Honda he would stop in and look for parts or just talk about his latest project. Alway trying to resurrect some old motorcycle relic and retrofit with custom Kevin Made parts. Alway remember the story of him building a brake disc from stainless steel at work and when a supervisor asked about it he told them it was a replacement drain cover for one the fork trucks damaged. Ride on Kevin…

I haven't seen Kevin for a while but on the rare occasion our paths would cross it was like I had spoke to him just the day before. His knowledge with anything he was interested in was great. Back in the days of the 1st Ave Dairy Queen is when being around Kevin was at it's best. He will be missed

Sharing our teenage years with Kevin was the greatest. Even though I moved away, anytime I was back in CR Kevin would pick up where we left off. Kevin was a fountain of information on so many topics. He will be missed.

Life long friends are rare. I already miss you Kevin.

In the early 2000s i was gassing up my old motorcycle when Kevin pulled up and started a conversation ended up at his house hanging out in his garage talking motorcycles for several hours,that started our friendship.He would stop by my shop 2-4 times a week to talk and hang out,did many rides and would go to motorcycle events together.Kevin was a good man. I miss him.

Kevin and my husband Bob Westercamp were motorcycle friends. Kevin helped Bob build a Dick Mann replica motorcycle out of an old Honda. It took a prize at the Anamosa Museum bike show. It now resides in the museum. They spent hours with all the intricacies and detailed information that only true-blue intellectual motorcycle gugrus possess. After my husband passed away, Kevin, being the loyal friend that he was; helped me clean out my garage, find buyers for some of Bob's bike collection, and sort out books and magazines. He continued to keep in touch with me occasionally. He was such a good person!!

Kevin was a close friend I could laugh with about the stupid stuff we did in eighth grade or a guy I could complain about the weather with. It was the best when he’d get on a roll and have a group of us laughing so hard we couldn’t breathe. He was an important part of my life and I’m going to really miss him.

I met Kevin at the Dairy Queen in 1989 and we always had something to talk about! Jeeps, airplanes, and the airplane he was building himself! There was always something to talk about and I’m going to miss Kevin and our chats terribly. Godspeed Kevin

I'm very sorry for your loss. I pray for comfort for your family.

5th grade! He was the new kid in school. We bonded immediately! We loved military history, model airplanes and tanks. Playing army - when kids could do those things.He was a great artist and could have done wonders with it. Maybe he did…. I wish we would have kept in touch. Life happens. Joe Miska