Dr. Kon passed away October 21, 2018

April 29, 1987 – October 21, 2018

Kevyn Jayson Davenport ’14 was sent to us from Heaven on April 29, 1987. He returned to Heaven into the arms of Jesus on July 30, 2017. Although his life on earth was suddenly cut short, the impact he had on so many in his 30 years is incalculable. He was born and raised in Los Osos, Calif. He attended Monarch Grove Elementary School and Los Osos Middle School. Kevyn graduated with honors from Morro Bay High School in 2005 where he played sports and was in the band. He went on to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Chemistry from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2009. 

Kevyn received his Medical Degree in Anesthesiology in 2014 from Loma Linda University and was in his last year of residency at LLU Hospital when God called him Home. Kevyn was a talented musician and had an insatiable thirst for knowledge. He was an avid adventurer, “never prepared but always willing” to take on any challenge put before him, be it rock climbing (his passion), kayaking, hiking, fishing, or scuba diving. “Even Nature knew life was more interesting around him.” “His passionate love for life was boundless.” “He lived every day with eyes wide open.” His compassionate love of family and friends was immeasurable. His Love for God is what gave him his JOY, humbleness, depthless heart and electrifying smile that would fill any room to overflowing. He was “silly courageousness at its best.” He was a peacemaker. He was a prankster. He was a kindhearted, caring and interested friend. “He exemplified unconditional love to all.” “He was a light in a dark place.” He will be missed in this life by so many until he welcomes us home into heaven with him. Kevyn is survived by his parents, Jay and Cathie “Katy” Davenport; sister, Emily Davenport; brother, Jesse Davenport; nephew, Kadan Davenport; God parents, Judi and Casey Appell; uncles: Dave Wallace, Greg Davenport, Steve Davenport and Mark Davenport; and numerous cousins, friends, classmates and colleagues. 

(Source: San Luis Obispo County Tribune via www.legacy.com)