Kevin John Noorlander
1967 - 2021

July 5, 1967 ˜ May 4, 2021

In loving memory of our beloved son, brother, uncle, friend, went to heaven, to be with the Lord May 4, 2021.
He is survived by his parents, Brigitte and John Noorlander of Brush Prairie (Hockinson), WA; his brother, Steve Noorlander; sister, Karin Fahey; nephews, Ryan Fahey, Thomas Noorlander, James Fahey and Phillip Noorlander.
Kevin was an animal lover, but most of all he loved all the big cats; including tigers, lions and cheetahs. He also loved Godzilla and collected them.
His favorite football team was the Steelers. He had a huge collection of memorabilia and a room full of his beloved Steelers.
He was an active 4-H member since high school (Duck, Geese, Chickens) and went on to be a leader and Superindentent many years at the Clark County Fair. He was a PNPA member and breeder and Master exhibitor. Many wonderful people loved Kevin and helped guide him along the way. Louise and Dave Owen were like second parents to him guiding him in 4-H and went to many shows. He was loved by many friends in 4-H.
No one who met him ever forgot his infectious passion for life. Kevin was a huge hugger and you knew you were loved when you got a “Kevin” hug!
His last couple months he spent at Cedar Country home with Chelsea and was lovingly taken excellent care of.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Prairie Hatchers club, 18913 NE 174th St. Brush Prairie, WA 98606
Celebration of life reception, Friday, May 21, @ 11:30 a.m. at American Legion, 4607 NE St. James Rd. Vancouver, WA 98663
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Published by The Columbian on May 18, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
American Legion
4607 NE St. James Rd. , Vancouver, WA
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My husband, Don and I have been neighbors of John and Brigitte and their family for over 35 years. We have had the pleasure of watching Kevin care for his many ducks, geese and chickens over the years. Every summer, we attended the Clark County Fair and one of the highlights was searching out Kevin's entries in the poultry barn. We even had the pleasure of seeing him there several years as he was supervising his 4-H kids:). I will always remember Kevin for how polite and friendly he always was and will miss seeing him out in his backyard tending to his birds. I am sure Kevin is looking down from Heaven on his family and friends with love. We are keeping all in our prayers as I know Kevin will be missed so much.
Donna R Anglin
May 22, 2021
All 3 generations of my family really liked Kevin. We liked his enthusiasm and knowledge of poultry. His willingness to help whenever anything needed to be done and most of all his kindness. Kevin was a special person.
Mary Shearer
May 20, 2021
My late husband, David, and I were so privileged to have Kevin as a part of our lives. He meant so much to us. What a blessing for us. Thank you, Kevin.
Louise Owen
May 19, 2021
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