Farewell for now, our friend

It’s with the heaviest of hearts that I share the news of the passing of our beloved brother, Kevin Fichter. Kevin faithfully served on every ONE FAMILY ONE PURPOSE job-site from 2012 to our most recent project in Iowa in late 2019. He was instrumental in the growth and success of OFOP from the very early stages of the organization. His passion for the young ministry helped pave the way for years of successful builds that followed.

Kevin was a servant in the truest sense of the word. He understood the value of silent wisdom, and the capability of actions rooted in Christ’s love. For Kevin, life was more about “doing” than “saying.” He was quiet, but when he spoke, he spoke with conviction and the authority of the Spirit that filled him.

Over the years Kevin recruited dozens of volunteers to serve on the job-sites, including many family members and friends. Kevin’s circle of friends grew every year as those around him on our projects grew to love and appreciate his strong character and love for Christ. He was a pillar of strength and consistency for all of us, and he will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

While we grieve his passing, Kevin smiles in the presence of his Savior. No one deserves the welcome he is currently receiving in paradise more than him. We love you Kevin, and we all look forward to the day we see you again.

Please keep his family in your prayers, as I know he would do for us.

7 comments on “Farewell for now, our friend

  1. WARBONNET1@COX.NET says:

    SO SORRY TO HEAR THIS SAD NEWS !!! GEORGE AND GLORIA

  2. Andy Borucki says:

    It was truly a blessing getting to know, and working along with him… He had such a loving and spiritual heart…. He will be missed by all who knew him.

  3. Brenda Pierce Almquist says:

    What an awesome tribute to Kevin!

  4. Bambi says:

    A true servant. He will be missed.

  5. Ashley says:

    Such a kind and loving, patient, strong and peaceful soul. My thoughts are with the Fichter family during this time, our deepest condolences and sympathies.

  6. Lois Aistrope says:

    So sorry to see this and
    So surprised. Prayers for the family🙏

  7. Christine says:

    Prayers for all. He was a big part of a wonderful Christian organization. Blessings. Christine DeWeese Kabler

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