Kevin Dale Buchanan

Born in Nashville, TN on December 2, 1975

Departed on January 8, 2006 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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BUCHANAN, Kevin Dale Age 30 years, passed from this life January 8, 2006. Kevin loved the outdoors and camping, and was an avid Tennessee Titans fan. He was affiliated with the 49th Avenue Church of Christ. He is survived by his son, Creighton Andrew Buchanan, of Hendersonville; parents, John H. & Barbara Buchanan Jr, of Lebanon, TN; brother, John H. Buchanan III, of Hendersonville, sisters, Debbie Hernandez, of Nashville; and Robbie Lewis, of Bellevue; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Funeral services are scheduled for Wednesday January 11, 2006, at 1pm from the West Harpeth Funeral Home with Bro. John Lockman and Bro. Donald Northcutt officiating. Interment to follow in Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Pallbearers: Greg Lamberson, Taylor Buchanan, Reid Buchanan, Don Brown, Daniel Young, Jonathan Young, Chris and Bobby Buchanan. Visitation with the family will be Tuesday from 12noon until 8pm and Wednesday from 11am until service time

5 Comments to Kevin Dale Buchanan

  1. Nicole
    January 10, 2006 12:00 am

    We all set in a circle one night in the middle of Cato’s driveway having an old fashioned sig-along with Kevin playing the guitar, of course. The only thing we were missing was a camp fire, but the only thing that matters now is that
    were missing Kevin.

  2. Cato
    January 10, 2006 12:00 am

    I have way to many to even start to tell one. he was my best friend. My pal. Some I loved and love til the end of time. We rode together we worked together. We sang together.We played and yes we partied together. I spent just about everyday of his life with him either on the phone or in person. I am gonna miss you my thoughts are good and my memories are better. I love you Kevin. Your pal, Cato

  3. Michelle Lamberson
    January 16, 2006 12:00 am

    Jan 8, 2006 this world lost a Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, Muscian, a FRIEND!!! Kebin…as I liked to tease and call ya …I know you are at peace now..the only thing you truly wanted was to be free of this life and the pain. I know this World was cruel, unkind and unfair to you at times, but Please know you touched so many lifes. Hvegas has now lost it’s spunk and it just won’t be the same without you. Who will sing to us when we’re sitting around the fire or the pool….Who will spontaneously pull out a guitar and serenade us at a moments notice…who will hang my kids upside down over the toilet and threaten to flush ’em….Who will make us laugh? You told me that if something ever happened not to cry for you; all I needed to do was simply take care of Greg and the boys. Oh my sweet Kebin….My life will forever be dedicated to them. To be in the family and your friend was an absolute blessing. Thank You for teaching me more about friends, love, life & the Bible than anyone ever will or could have. Little pieces of you sing alive in all of us. Your music will never fade from our hearts. Now it is time to Rest & Be Free my Angel. Miss more you than you could ever know. Love Always, Your ShellyBear

  4. Shannon Stanley
    January 19, 2006 12:00 am

    I remember a lot of things that I have relived during this past week. I remember the Edge of the Cumberland concert, band practices at Rhett’s, and the all famous Vast live in concert at the drum shop. These memories are part of my growing up in the town we all love to hate, H’vegas. Time passed and new, more recent memories were made. Weddings, receptions, pool gatherings, and my favorite, the wee hour conversations just between us. You were, are, and forever will be loved by many people that are blessed to say you were our friend. You are where you want to be, where you are happy, and away from the falsehoods that we must still face. I miss you Kevin!

  5. Brandy Johnson
    January 19, 2006 12:00 am

    Gone So Soon
    You took chances
    Once too many times.
    As a child you thought –
    “Oh no, never me.”
    Life is a gift,
    Given and taken at some
    Unknown time.
    Your time came too soon –
    Your life was over in a flash.
    The fun you shared,
    The joy you brought,
    All just a memory –
    Behind us.

    Kevin, you May be gone but you will never be forgotten! You brought smiles to so many people’s faces, laughter when needed and joy to everybody’s life that you touched. I know you are in a better place watching down on everyone. Don’t worry, everyone will be fine until the day we meet you again. We miss you Kevin! Rest In Peace Kevin!