Kevin Christopher Gee

Apr 17, 1971 - Mar 12, 2018


Kevin Christopher Gee born on April 17, 1971 in Sacramento, Ca., passed this life to be with the Lord on March 12, 2018. He will be remembered for his love of fishing, cooking, soccer, spending time with family and friends, his million dollar smile, and his amazing ability to make people laugh. He will be forever missed by parents King and Gloria Gee, sister Kasie Gee, and nephew Miles Gee-Kwong, numerous aunts and uncles, cousins, extended family and friends. A celebration of life will be held on March 17, 2018 at 10am at East Lawn Memorial Park, 4300 Folsom Blvd. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Asian Community Center, 7334 Park City Dr, Sacto, Ca. 95831 or to your favorite charity.


  • Cory & Sioux Enos says:

    Dearest Gee Family –
    Our sincere condolences for the loss of Kevin. We’ve known him a long time and over the past few years got to know him better and the “real” Kevin. He was funny, smart, friendly, easy to get along with. But most of all he was a true, unique, genuine, loving person. He was truly one of a kind. He loved his Mom & Dad very much and always had good things to say about his family. You were his cherished kin. Our lives are richer to have had him as a friend and he will be truly missed.

    Peace be with you –
    Cory & Sioux Enos

  • Michael Shibata says:

    Over the years, no matter where I was in life, whenever I ran into Kevin he was so genuinely excited to see me. We rarely had time to hang out together, the most recent being when we saw Hateful Eight at the Tower Theater. During intermission we ran over to the restaurant across the street to have sushi and drinks. Of course, all the employees knew Kevin. In fact, wherever I took Kevin, all the employees knew him. That pretty much sums it up: Kevin was a genuine soul, loved by all. Miss you, buddy.

  • Che Perez says:

    This saddens me deeply. “Gee,” was the man. Aloha, Mahalo, and RIP.

  • Todd Y. Imura says:

    When I needed some cash Kevin was there. If I needed a ride he’d pick me up. When I needed a positive turn on life he could make that happen. All in the name of a good friend, KG. You will be missed but never forgotten or taken for granted. Wherever you are, Torrence, Hawaii or Sactown I know you’re still having a good time. RIP my homie.

  • Tom Lee says:

    Kevin and I had some great times throughout the years. Whether it was hanging out at Lizard Hill with our dirt bikes in elementary school, in SoCal during his college years, in Maui during his wedding, or simply hanging out in his garage, it was always good times. You will be missed KG. Rest in peace bud.

  • Aaron Imura says:

    My older brother would let me hang out with him and his friends once and a while. Kevin always made me feel like “one of the guys.” Now and then I’d see him around S. Sac or EG, usually running into him around a food joint. He was always good for a handshake and a hug. He would always ask how I was doing, proceed to crack a joke about me and/or my brother, then offer a bite to eat or a drink. That was Kevin. Always welcoming. RIP KG! It’s good to know when my time comes and if there is a place we all go, that you will be there to welcome me again. My condolences to the Gee family during this difficult time.

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